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Book Transmigration: I Wanted to Keep a Low Profile, but Everyone Noticed Me!

Audrey woke up and found that she had transmigrated into a book. As a mediocre actress, Audrey was satisfied with her income. Even though her parents favored boys over girls, at least she could support herself. Just when she had finally saved up some money and hadn't had a chance to enjoy it, she ended up in a different world?! She didn't know if it was God's mercy or compensation, but Audrey's role in the book was a wealthy heiress. In the book, her birth mother arranged for Audrey to be married into a wealthy family, and she had to compete with her other siblings for the family inheritance. The tragic outcome was predictable. Confused by the original character's actions, Audrey decided to lay low and become a wealthy but useless person. One day, Audrey's family members noticed that she had changed. Strangely enough, they could read her thoughts on her face. Even her second brother, who had always treated her like air, could see her sarcastic comments about him. [What's with that outfit today? Does he really think he looks good?] And when he was about to give up his directing career and return to the company, he could see the words on Audrey's face. [Why fight for power? Isn't it better to do what you love and still make money? You're so foolish.] Second brother: '...That makes sense.' The eldest sister, who had always ignored the subtitles on Audrey's face, finally noticed them one day. [Is she being foolish? Is it worth marrying for power? Doesn't she have enough money of her own?] After looking at her own wealth, the eldest sister quietly rejected the arranged marriage. Later on, Audrey noticed that her pocket money was increasing. As she gazed at the jewelry her second brother and eldest sister gave her, she fell into deep thought.

Mountain Springs · Urban
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452 Chs

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Translator: Atlas Studios Editor: Atlas Studios

Hence, Audrey continued chatting with Eric about school.

Charlotte felt that Sandra's thoughts were getting stranger and stranger.

Charlotte: Dear, I'm not interested in your boyfriend, okay? Answer my question!

Sandra could only put away her indecent look and reply to Charlotte seriously.

Sandra: Dear, let me be honest. If you really stole my man without my consent, and we break off our friendship because of that, I think the chances of us reconciling in the future are zero.

Charlotte: That's right! The chances of the two of them reconciling are zero! If I told you today that I saw two guys who should have been enemies standing under a tree and chatting happily, how would you explain it?

Sandra: "!!!"

Charlotte: It's exactly what you think.