Chapter 1 Queen’s Rebirth
“Who would have thought that the killer who had been buried in the flames would be reborn in the body of a girl who died suddenly from a heart attack in a small village in the USA?”
On the second floor of a rural farmhouse, Hedy Ellis scrutinized herself in the mirror.
The girl in the mirror was eighteen years old, with long golden hair cascading down to her waist. Her features were delicate, her complexion flawless and fair, making her a rare beauty.
“And, it’s not just me who can be reborn…”
Hedy closed her eyes, and when she opened them again, there were a few more lines in front of her.
“Goal: Complete 30 trial missions.”
“Reward: Revive ‘Cooper Ellis’.”
“Note: Previous combat skills retained; the host’s heart disease removed.”
“…Mission customization in progress…”
“It’s like receiving a quest from a video game system.”
Hedy thought, her eyes filled with a hint of confusion. But soon, she was overwhelmed by pain and regret.
Cooper was her younger brother.
She had planned to escape the organization with him, but halfway through, he drugged her and, ignoring her objections, returned to the organization to buy her more time.
By the time she regained consciousness, she found herself on the other side of the ocean, successfully breaking free from the organization’s control.
But her brother had been tortured and mercilessly killed by those people!
Hedy clenched her fist, her fingernails digging into her flesh.
“As long as I can save Cooper, whether it’s 30 missions or 300 missions, I will do my best!”
“Hedy, come downstairs for dinner,” a loving voice called from below.
Hedy turned and descended the stairs, finding her mother, Malina Ellis, preparing dinner in the kitchen, with her father, Buddy Ellis, assisting beside her.
Malina, a middle-aged woman of around fifty, bore the marks of years of labor on her face. Buddy, two years her senior, was a weathered-skinned farmer.
He asked Hedy, “Tell me, is someone bullying you at school?”
Ever since she started high school, Hedy seemed like a different person, but no matter how they asked, she always denied it.
“No,” Hedy lied.
host had indeed been
asked again, “And what about Mr. Johnson? How is he treating you? Have the Johnson Family mentioned
Hedy’s eyes flickered.
son of the Johnson Group in San Francisco, and also
Johnson Family had something to do with the grandfathers
grandfathers had been villagers in Geary Village, and their bond was as close as
certain circumstances, the arranged marriage had been postponed until Hedy and
from a humble village household to a prominent family
plot twists in dramas, the Johnson Family should have
grandfather held a deep respect for the principle of honesty in
he not neglect the Ellis Family, but he also frequently
grandfather arranged for Hedy to
also studied at Lowell High School,
Mr. Johnson did not inherit his
host had endured three years of bullying at school
earlier this year, making it impossible to
no rush.” Buddy looked at his
of our daughter. Our daughter doesn’t have to marry into the Johnson Family if she
the Johnson Family offers us a billion dollars, we won’t accept
kept her head down, eating her meal
of love from her parents
Hedy’s bedroom, meticulously checking the items her daughter
lights and left after Hedy couldn’t resist
left, Hedy opened her eyes, her pupils
a smell of blood and gunpowder in the
with bullets and blades all the time, and sharp vigilance was
the mountains behind her
USA, people don’t easily pull the trigger unless
versus mobs? Or a
in danger. They are too close to this
skills as an international assassin from her previous life. Soon, she found an elderly man behind a bush, with a tree branch piercing through
cold sweat, trying hard not to make a
in military green attire, and the badge on his shoulder made Hedy’s pupils
prestigious Medal of Honor
had led three hundred soldiers and miraculously defeated an invading army of over one hundred thousand on the frontier,
Now the question arose.