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Elizabeth Garner and John Wang
Elizabeth Storm Garner and John Jung Wang met in May 2014, shortly after what Ms. Garner described as being “unceremoniously dumped” by her boyfriend. After closing the door on trying to win him back, she opened another when happening upon Mr. Wang’s online dating profile, to which she attached a “liked.” She described it as “so disarmingly genuine, unpretentious, and fun to read.”
Mr. Wang wrote back instantly, and Ms. Garner enjoyed his sense of humor. Their wide-ranging online conversation continued shortly thereafter at a Manhattan bar, where each learned that the other owned a pair of cats.
A second meeting was canceled when Ms. Garner was hospitalized with a staph infection in her leg. When Mr. Wang asked what she most wanted to eat upon being discharged, she said pho, and he spent the next four days figuring out how to make the Vietnamese bone soup from scratch.
Their friendship continued to deepen, though Mr. Wang had hoped instead for them to turn a romantic corner. “She made it very clear she just wanted to be friends,” he said. “I was heartbroken.”
In February 2015, a Kickstarter video created by Ms. Garner to help promote and raise money for Mr. Wang’s Queens market got underway, and three months later the market’s gates opened to tens of thousands more visitors than expected.
But Ms. Garner was not among them.
“We had a falling out over some business stuff,” she said, “and what was probably some miscommunication about our feelings for each other.”
They would not speak for the next two and a half years, until Sept. 27, 2017, when he received a text from her. “Hi, I miss you,” she wrote. “Drinks on me?”
Three hours later, they were together again at a favorite bar in Manhattan, catching up at warp speed.
Nicole Marie Rivera and Sumit Khatod were married March 23 at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens in Miami. Naoko Miyamoto, a friend of the couple who became a Universal Life minister for the occasion, officiated. On March 22, the couple took part in a traditional Hindu ceremony led by Pandit Vinod R. Mehta at Maps Backlot Wynwood, an events space, also in Miami.
The bride and groom, both 32, met at the University of Pennsylvania, from which each received an M.B.A.
The bride is a director of global marketing at Clinique in New York. She graduated cum laude from Harvard.
She is the daughter of Terri L. Grosselin and Carlos E. Rivera of Miami. The bride’s father, who is retired, was a director of Latin America Tax and Finance at Procter & Gamble in Panama. Her mother is an executive director of Ernst & Young, the accounting firm, specializing in Mexican and Latin American tax advisory.
The groom is a principal of Veritas Capital, a private equity firm in New York. He graduated from M.I.T.
He is a son of Shubhra Khatod and Anil Khatod of Atlanta. The groom’s mother is a volunteer with Meals on Wheels in the Atlanta area. His father is a managing director of Argonaut Private Equity in Atlanta. He was formerly the chief executive of the AirDefense and the group president of Nortel Networks, also in Atlanta.
Raven Ashley Holzer and Max Alexander Frankel were married March 23 at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. Rabbi William I. Kuhn officiated.
Mrs. Frankel, 32, works in Manhattan as a director of brand marketing at PMK-BNC, a public relations and entertainment marketing agency, where she specializes in brand and experiential marketing for Samsung Electronics America. She graduated from George Washington University.
She is a daughter of the late Nancy A. Holzer, who lived in Boca Raton, Fla.
Mr. Frankel, 33, is a principal of Frankel Enterprises, a real estate development company based in Philadelphia and Jupiter, Fla. He graduated from the University of Miami.
He is a son of Jane R. Frankel and Dr. Matthew C. Frankel of Philadelphia.
The couple met in Manhattan in July 2013.
Rebecca Louise Friedman and Zachary Thomas Philip Blume were married March 23 at Korakia Pensione, a resort in Palm Springs, Calif. Rabbi Dov Gartenberg officiated.
Ms. Friedman, 32, is a lawyer at Dropbox in San Francisco. She graduated summa cum laude from Whitman College and received a law degree from the University of California, Berkeley.
She is a daughter of Dr. Carol B. Sheckter and Dr. Jaime B. Friedman of Seattle. Her parents are both physicians with the private practice Hawthorne Hills Internal Medicine in Seattle.
Mr. Blume, 34, works in San Francisco as a founder and managing partner of Portal A, a digital content studio with offices in San Francisco and Los Angeles, where he leads operations, growth and strategy. He graduated with honors from the University of Oregon.
He is the son of Kathryn W. Frank and James B. Blume of Berkeley, Calif. His mother, who is retired, was a clinical psychologist in private practice in Berkeley. His father is the founder and chief executive of Blume Capital Management, an investment management firm in Berkeley.
The couple met in 2017 at a speakeasy bar in San Francisco and made their relationship official two weeks later.
Kiana Melrose Scott and Alexander Wolf Adams were married March 23 in a private ceremony at the West Point Light House at Discovery Park in Seattle. Hathaway Burden, a Universal Life minister and friend of the couple, officiated.
The bride, 33, and groom, 35, met at the University of Washington, from which she received a master of public administration degree, and both a master’s degree and Ph.D. in political communication, and he received a master’s degree in marine and environmental affairs.
The bride is a program director of the Tides Center, a nonprofit incubator in Seattle. She graduated from Williams College in Williamstown, Mass.
She is a daughter of Martha Scott of San Juan Island, Wash.
The groom is a senior environmental program manager for the Port of Seattle. He graduated from Wheaton College in Wheaton, Mass.
He is a son of Lindsay Palermo and Kurt Adams of Leverett, Mass. The groom’s great-uncle, who raised his father, was the author Kurt Vonnegut.
Christopher Michael Ray Slye and Jeremy Scott Woolf were married March 22 at Casa De Monte Vista, a private estate in Palm Springs, Calif. Louis J. Woolf, the uncle of Mr. Woolf who became ordained by the American Marriage Ministries for the event, officiated.
Until August 2018, Mr. Slye (left), 42, was the retail marketing and events manager for Tishman Speyer, a real estate company in New York.
He is a son of Joyce A. Slye of Lakeridge, Va., and H. Ray Slye of Leesburg, Va. Mr. Slye’s mother, who is retired, was a supervising manager of the service department at Canon in Arlington, Va. His father is the president of the All Seasons Corporation, a commercial real estate cleaning company in Leesburg.
Mr. Woolf, 37, is the director of marketing and communications for First, an events agency in New York.
He is a son of Beth M. Woolf of Chappaqua, N.Y., and the late Dr. Paul K. Woolf. Mr. Woolf’s mother is the residency program coordinator for the Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla, N.Y. His father was a pediatric cardiologist for the Westchester Medical Center.
The couple met in June 2009 through a mutual friend in Washington.
Juli Nicole Weiner and Michael Mendel Grynbaum were married March 23 at the National Arts Club in New York. Steven Chaiken, a friend of the couple who became a Universal Life minister for the event, officiated, with Simon Vozick-Levinson taking part in the ceremony.
The bride, 30, is a writer for HBO’s “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver,” for which she has won Emmy awards in the Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series category and Peabody Awards in the Entertainment Programming category. She graduated from Barnard College.
She is the daughter of Nansi Weiner and Dr. Bruce Weiner of Maple Glen, Pa. The bride’s father, a surgeon specializing in breast cancer, is the director of the Breast Health Center at Phoenixville Hospital in Phoenixville, Pa.
The groom, 34, is a media correspondent for The New York Times. He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard.
He is the son of Patricia Grynbaum and Joseph Grynbaum of West Hartford, Conn. The groom’s father is the owner of Mediation Resolution International, an engineering consulting and mediation firm in West Hartford. His mother retired as a special education paraprofessional in the West Hartford Public Schools.
The couple met in December 2009 after the groom, who admired the bride’s writing online, reached out to tell her as much.
Jerry Winfield Bradshaw and Gerald Joseph Golski were married March 19 at the Botanical Gardens at Asheville in North Carolina. Michael DeSerio, affiliated with the American Fellowship Church, officiated.
Mr. Bradshaw (left), 66, retired as an associate professor of nursing at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland. Until 2007, he was a pediatric intensive care nurse at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital at University Hospital in Cleveland. He graduated from Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, Ohio, and received a doctor of nursing degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.
He is the son of the late Vera J. Bradshaw and the late Charles W. Bradshaw, who lived in Avon Park, Fla. His mother was a saleswoman of sewing machines and vacuum cleaners at Sears in Sandusky, Ohio. His father was a precision grinder at the Ford Motor Company there.
Mr. Golski, 67, also known as Jerry, retired as a sales manager at the Cleveland Orchestra, where he was responsible for concert sales at Severance Hall and the Blossom Music Center. He graduated from Bowling Green State University in Ohio.
He is a son of the late Sophie M. Golski and the late Dominic A. Golski, who lived in Elyria, Ohio. His mother was a waitress at Stouffer’s restaurant in Fairview Park, Ohio. His father was the manager of the meat department at South End Eagle Market, a grocery store that was in Elyria.
The couple were introduced online at the end of 2002 after Mr. Bradshaw responded to a question Mr. Golski posed in his dating profile: “Do you want to meet someone to make your life interesting?” Once they met for Chinese food in a Cleveland suburb months later, in April, they wasted no time in starting a relationship. Within a year they became known as the Jerrys, and said these days what makes their lives more interesting are their two rescue dachshunds, Ava and Spencer.
Danielle Alise Levens and Dr. Evan Michael Bergmann were married March 23 at Beth Torah Benny Rok Campus in Miami. Rabbi Edwin P. Farber officiated, with Rabbi Paul Plotkin, participating.
Mrs. Bergmann, 30, is a speech pathologist in Miami at three elementary schools in the Miami-Dade County Public Schools district. She graduated cum laude from Florida State University and received a master’s degree in speech language pathology from the University of South Florida in Tampa.
She is the of daughter Linda K. Levens and Dr. David J. Levens of Coral Springs, Fla.
Dr. Bergmann, 29, is a third-year resident in internal medicine at Palmetto General Hospital in Hialeah, Fla. He graduated from the University of Florida and received a doctorate in osteopathic medicine from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
He is a son of Barbara Kalish Bergmann and Henry D. Bergmann of Aventura, Fla.
The couple met in fall 2012 through mutual friends in Miami.
Judy Yung-Ling Chang and Christopher Gerona Gayomali were married March 23 at 501 Union, an events space in Brooklyn. Andrew Joon Lee, a friend of the couple who became a Universal Life minister for the event, officiated.
The couple met at the University of California, Irvine, from which they graduated.
The bride, who is 33 and works in Manhattan, is the deputy chief of staff for the division of bridges at the New York City Transportation Department. She also holds a master’s degree in urban planning from Columbia. She is the daughter of Pao-Kuei Yang Chang and Chung-Kuang Chang of Rowland Heights, Calif. The bride’s parents are retired as the owners of the Driftwood Motel in South Gate, Calif.
The groom, who is 34 and also works in Manhattan, is the site editor of GQ magazine. He holds a master’s degree from N.Y.U. in publishing: digital and print media. He is a son of Rosemarie Gayomali and Emeterio Gayomali of Long Beach, Calif. The groom’s mother is a registered nurse at the Long Beach Memorial Medical Center. His father is a clinical lab scientist at Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center San Pedro in Los Angeles.
Aniva Maneka Hinduja and Dr. Tony Abraham Joseph were married March 23 at St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church in Huntington Beach, Calif. The Rev. Johnson Abraham, a Roman Catholic priest, performed the ceremony. On March 22, the couple took part in a celebration ceremony, led by Dr. Shukavak Dasa, a Hindu priest, at the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel in Newport Beach, Calif.
The bride, 33, is a director of business development at Credit Karma, a financial technology company in San Francisco. She graduated from Georgetown and received an M.B.A. from Harvard.
She is the daughter of Yeshma Hinduja and Manu Hinduja of Huntington Beach.
The groom, 32, is an emergency medicine physician at Kaiser Permanente in San Francisco. He graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago and received a medical degree from Northwestern.
He is the son of Tessy A. Joseph and Abraham K. Joseph of Burr Ridge, Ill.
The couple met in November 2013 in Boston while the bride was completing her M.B.A. program and the groom was completing his residency at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Abigail Lynn Colella and Daniel Cady Davidson were married March 23 at the Vero Beach Museum of Art in Vero Beach, Fla. The Rev. Dr. Casey Baggott, a United Church of Christ minister, officiated.
The couple met at Brown, from which they graduated.
The bride, 28, works as an associate in the Manhattan office of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, a law firm based in San Francisco, where she is in the Supreme Court and appellate group. She received a law degree cum laude from Harvard.
She is the daughter of Dr. Audrey L. Richards and Dr. Jay P. Colella of Vero Beach. The bride’s father is a radiologist at Vero Radiology Associates in Vero Beach. Her mother, who is retired, was a gynecologist in private practice in Vero Beach.
The groom, 30, is an assistant district attorney in the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office. He received a law degree cum laude from N.Y.U.
He is the son of Janet A. Cady and Dr. Jeffrey M. Davidson of Alexandria, Va. The groom’s mother retired as the director of the Tufts-China executive development program in Medford, Mass. His father works in Alexandria, Va., as a consultant for Clarivate Analytics, where he works in the intellectual property division of the Philadelphia-based analytics company.
Jessica Eve Nachman and Eric Michael Wasserstrum were married March 23 at the St. Regis New York. Rabbi Michael A. White officiated.
The bride, 33, is a trusts and estates lawyer at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, a law firm in New York. She graduated summa cum laude from Yale and received a law degree from Harvard.
She is a daughter of Laurel B. Nachman and David B. Nachman of Oyster Bay, N.Y. The bride’s father owns Amanda & Chelsea, a manufacturer of women’s sportswear and dresses in New York. Her mother was a stay-at-home parent.
The groom, 34, is a director for transactions in the New York office of Roivant Pharma, the biopharmaceutical business of Roivant Sciences. He graduated magna cum laude from Washington University in St. Louis and received a law degree from Columbia, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone scholar.
He is a son of Harriet S. Wasserstrum and Dr. Nathan Wasserstrum of Houston. The groom’s father is a physician and physiologist at Baylor College of Medicine. He was previously a physician at Ben Taub Hospital in Houston, where he specialized in the care of women suffering medical complications during pregnancy. The groom’s mother retired as vice chair for the Texas region of JPMorgan Chase in Houston, and was subsequently president of the Houston/Gulf Coast Chapter of the American Leadership Forum, a nonprofit organization that joins and strengthens diverse leaders to serve the common good.
The couple met in 2013 on the 43rd floor of Worldwide Plaza in New York, where they each worked as junior associates at Cravath, Swaine & Moore, the New York law firm.
Ruth Eleanor Bennett and Dr. Anthony Fox were married March 20 in Arlington, Va., in the office of Gerald Williams, a civil magistrate there.
The bride, 49, is a foreign service officer with the State Department. She is currently on assignment, with an office at Georgetown University, as the executive director of the United States-Afghan Women’s Council, a nonpartisan public-private partnership that supports Afghan women and girl’s education, health care, economic empowerment and leadership.
She graduated from Reed College in Portland, Ore., and received two master’s degrees from the University of Oregon, one in journalism and one in psychology.
She is a daughter of Elizabeth F. Bennett of Ocala, Fla., and the late Reuben J. Bennett. The bride’s mother retired as a reference librarian at Adriance Memorial Library in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. The bride’s father was a violinist and music educator in the Hyde Park public school system in Hyde Park, N.Y.
The bride’s first marriage ended in divorce.
The groom, 52, specializes in palliative medicine at St. Peter’s Hospice in Bristol, England. He graduated with honors from the University of Bristol, from which he also received a master’s degree in medical ethics and law. He received a medical degree from the University of Nottingham.
He is a son of Dorothy Ann Fox and Terence Fox of Widnes, Cheshire, England. The groom’s father is a retired transport manager in the timber industry in Widnes. He also retired as a Roman Catholic deacon. The groom’s mother was a stay-at-home parent.
The couple met online in January 2013 while the bride was working as the deputy spokeswoman at the United States Embassy in Berlin, and the groom was at the University of Bristol.
Hannah Elizabeth Grossman and Sarah Elizabeth Williams were married March 22 at the Beverly Hills Courthouse in California. Marilyn Szatmary, a deputy commissioner of civil marriage for Los Angeles County, officiated. On March 23, Beth Pickens, a friend of the couple, led them in a ceremony incorporating Jewish traditions at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena, Calif.
The couple each received a master’s degree from the University of Southern California — Ms. Grossman in curatorial practices and the public sphere, and Ms. Williams in public art studies. In 2018 they became domestic partners in California.
Ms. Grossman (left), 30, is the assistant curator at the Pomona College Museum of Art in Claremont, Calif. She graduated from California Institute of the Arts in Santa Clarita.
She is a daughter of Dena J. Rosenzweig and Richard A. Grossman of Atlanta. The bride’s father is a criminal defense lawyer in private practice in Atlanta. Her mother works in Atlanta as a senior vice president and a deputy general counsel for the lottery division at Scientific Games in Las Vegas, a provider of systems and services for casino, lottery, social and online gaming and sports betting.
Ms. Williams, 34, is a founder and the executive director of Women’s Center for Creative Work, a feminist art space in Los Angeles. She graduated from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
She is a daughter of Pamela S. Williams and Walker G. Williams of Lake Arrowhead, Calif. Her father retired as a superintendent of the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District in Palos Verdes, Calif. He is on the board of Rim of the World Education Foundation, which supports programs in the local public schools in Lake Arrowhead. Her mother retired as a principal of Promenade Elementary School in Corona, Calif. She is now an adjunct instructor at the Graduate School of Education at University of California, Riverside.
After Ms. Grossman moved to Los Angeles in 2009, the couple became acquainted with each other through the Los Angeles art scene. In 2016, when they ran into each other at a gallery opening, they decided to meet at a wine bar in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles a few days later after work. They didn’t want the evening to end after drinks, so they walked over to have dinner at Taix, a French restaurant. They quickly realized they wanted to see each other again and began dating after that.B:
【世】【子】【死】【的】【那】【一】【幕】，【当】【初】【她】【做】【梦】【梦】【到】【过】，【那】【是】【真】【的】【撕】【心】【裂】【肺】，【那】【种】【心】【痛】【的】【感】【觉】，【现】【在】【都】【还】【记】【忆】【犹】【新】，【那】【是】【世】【子】【爱】【人】【悲】【痛】【欲】【绝】【的】【感】【觉】【吧】。 【见】【到】【林】【倩】【铁】【了】【心】【的】，【要】【把】【玉】【佩】【还】【给】【自】【己】，【世】【子】【有】【一】【些】【不】【高】【兴】，【难】【道】【对】【方】【这】【么】【急】【着】【和】【他】【撇】【清】【关】【系】【吗】，【玉】【佩】【是】【他】【送】【出】【去】【的】，【他】【送】【出】【去】【的】【东】【西】【哪】【有】【收】【回】【来】【的】【道】【理】。 “【我】【送】【出】【去】【的】【东】
【陈】【太】【妃】【一】【脸】【不】【知】【道】【说】【什】【么】【才】【好】【的】【表】【情】，【索】【性】【冲】【着】【余】【绾】【使】【了】【个】【眼】【色】。 【余】【绾】【迟】【疑】【片】【刻】，【小】【心】【翼】【翼】【地】【欠】【身】，【轻】【声】【道】：“【妾】【身】【家】【里】【先】【前】【颇】——【繁】【杂】，【如】【今】【家】【务】【事】【闹】【到】【太】【后】【跟】【前】，【心】【中】【十】【分】【羞】【愧】。” “【清】【官】【难】【断】【家】【务】【事】。【就】【算】【你】【们】【想】【说】，【这】【些】【事】【哀】【家】【也】【是】【不】【敢】【听】【的】。【大】【家】【都】【有】【理】，【说】【不】【清】，【说】【不】【清】！” 【沈】【太】【后】【慈】【祥】【地】【笑】
【运】【气】【或】【许】【是】【守】【恒】【的】，【在】【朝】【永】【名】【前】【进】【的】【众】【人】，【终】【于】【发】【现】【了】【一】【些】【不】【一】【样】【的】【东】【西】。 【那】【边】【是】【一】【只】【正】【在】【前】【进】【的】【陈】【朝】【后】【勤】【旅】。 【一】【箱】【又】【一】【箱】【的】【物】【资】【堆】【在】【车】【内】，【庞】【大】【的】【车】【队】【朝】【永】【名】【的】【方】【向】【驶】【去】，【加】【莱】【一】【眼】【便】【能】【够】【判】【断】，【车】【上】【都】【堆】【积】【的】【都】【是】【军】【用】【物】【资】【无】【疑】。 【那】【能】【量】【块】【的】【味】【道】，【逃】【不】【过】【加】【莱】【的】【鼻】【子】。 “【前】【方】【有】【战】【争】。”【加】【莱】【开】
【沉】【默】。 【大】【殿】【之】【上】，【天】【使】【彦】【与】【鹤】【熙】【对】【峙】【着】，【两】【股】【无】【形】【的】【气】【势】【相】【互】【交】【锋】。 “【你】【什】【么】【意】【思】?” 【冰】【冷】。 【天】【使】【彦】【的】【眼】【神】【里】【流】【露】【出】【一】【丝】【寒】【意】。 “【别】【紧】【张】【我】【只】【是】【想】【问】【问】【你】，【你】【真】【的】【有】【资】【格】【做】【到】【这】【个】【位】【置】【上】【么】？” 【鹤】【熙】【嘴】【角】【微】【微】【上】【扬】，【一】【副】【没】【有】【敌】【意】【的】【样】【子】。 【在】【她】【的】【眼】【里】，【天】【使】【彦】【只】【是】【个】【小】【孩】2016平码平肖图库“【所】【以】【说】【是】【为】【了】【备】【不】【识】【之】【需】，【而】【且】【荷】【包】【里】【放】【糖】，【已】【经】【是】【我】【多】【年】【来】【养】【成】【的】【习】【惯】【了】。”【姬】【珩】【神】【色】【淡】【淡】【的】【睁】【着】【眼】【睛】【说】【瞎】【话】。 “【是】【吗】？【是】【什】【么】【糖】？【让】【我】【也】【尝】【一】【尝】？”【辛】【瑶】【似】【乎】【对】【姬】【珩】【荷】【包】【里】【的】“【糖】”，【有】【着】【莫】【大】【的】【兴】【趣】。 “【就】【是】【最】【普】【通】【的】【冰】【糖】【罢】【了】，【除】【了】【甜】【没】【有】【其】【它】【味】【道】【的】，【公】【主】【以】【血】【为】【食】【后】，【不】【是】【再】【也】【不】【想】【吃】【人】【类】【的】【东】
【袁】【明】【王】【出】【手】【了】！ 【那】【狂】【暴】【力】【量】，【宣】【泄】【而】【来】。 【身】【后】【那】【万】【道】【龙】【影】，【更】【是】【可】【怕】【至】【极】。 【这】【一】【刻】，【无】【数】【人】【都】【感】【到】【心】【悸】，【心】【脏】【都】【呯】【呯】【呯】【地】【跳】【动】【起】【来】【了】。 【九】【大】【无】【上】【巨】【头】，【几】【乎】【同】【时】【出】【手】，【这】【威】【势】，【骇】【然】【至】【极】，【给】【人】【的】【感】【觉】，【仿】【佛】【天】【崩】【地】【裂】。 【那】【威】【压】，【更】【是】【可】【怕】【至】【极】。 【在】【他】【们】【看】【来】，【即】【便】【是】【有】【着】【真】【仙】【战】【甲】，【都】【无】【用】
【噗】！ 【一】【声】【沉】【闷】【的】【响】【声】【过】【后】，【亲】【兵】【被】【一】【枪】【戳】【死】。 【血】【液】【留】【在】【多】【铎】【的】【脸】【上】，【染】【红】【了】【他】【的】【衣】【甲】！ “【杀】，【杀】，【给】【我】【杀】【了】【他】！” 【多】【铎】【如】【同】【疯】【魔】【一】【般】，【亲】【兵】【们】【纷】【纷】【弯】【弓】【射】【箭】。 【英】【国】【公】【身】【中】【数】【十】【支】【箭】【矢】，【仍】【然】【双】【目】【圆】【睁】。 【虽】【然】【早】【已】【失】【去】，【满】【人】【士】【兵】【们】【却】【惊】【恐】【不】【已】。 【马】【参】【将】【看】【到】【英】【国】【公】【战】【死】，【简】【直】【牙】【龇】【欲】【裂】。
【柒】【瑶】【躺】【在】【床】【上】，【脸】【色】【苍】【白】，【因】【为】【疼】【痛】【整】【个】【眉】【头】【皱】【在】【一】【起】，【纱】【衣】【被】【汗】【水】【浸】【透】【贴】【在】【身】【上】，【眼】【角】【还】【挂】【着】【泪】【痕】。 【妙】【春】【上】【仙】【取】【了】【一】【枚】【上】【次】【配】【制】【的】【药】【丸】【给】【她】【和】【水】【服】【下】，【使】【疼】【痛】【稍】【稍】【减】【弱】。 【锦】【绣】【站】【在】【床】【边】【神】【情】【不】【安】，【两】【手】【交】【握】，【手】【指】【紧】【紧】【纠】【在】【一】【起】，【指】【甲】【陷】【入】【皮】【肉】【却】【丝】【毫】【感】【觉】【不】【到】【痛】【楚】。【她】【在】【担】【心】，【担】【心】【伤】【害】【栖】【梧】【的】【事】【情】【会】【败】【露】
【徐】【云】【飞】【抬】【起】【头】，【露】【出】【了】【莫】【名】【的】【笑】【容】。【前】【面】【木】【天】【三】【人】【徒】【步】【而】【行】，【相】【互】【谈】【笑】，【已】【没】【了】【刚】【才】【的】【尴】【尬】。【经】【过】【刚】【才】【之】【事】，【徐】【云】【飞】【也】【知】【道】【了】【他】【们】【身】【份】。 【徐】【云】【飞】【眼】【神】【示】【意】，【让】【小】【蝴】【蝶】【不】【要】【乱】【说】。【江】【湖】【上】【有】【很】【多】【人】【都】【是】【脾】【气】【暴】【躁】，【以】【免】【祸】【从】【口】【出】。 【小】【蝴】【蝶】【吐】【吐】【舌】【头】，【无】【声】【抗】【议】【着】【徐】【云】【飞】。 【徐】【云】【飞】【和】【小】【蝴】【蝶】【速】【度】【不】【是】【很】【快】，【距】【离】