At the thought that she was going to marry a man and that he couldn't order her as he liked he did now in the future, he felt as if one thousand daggers were cruelly stabbing and stirring, and ten thousand horses were galloping and trampling ruthlessly.
Since Janice left, his heart had been quiet and dead, and this enemy of three life time inadvertently broke into his world. His dead heart was revived like magic, and the quiet lake of the river was stirred.
He was not sure whether he could still be as calm as before, because as long as he did not see her, he would be bored.
"Heaven pepper, I wish you happiness anyway," he said in a hoarse voice.
Eva smiled, revealing a row of white teeth, "Thank you. I finally heard a kind word from you. It's rare to see that you don't curse me that I will not end up good to show off my love."
"Do you need a bottle of champagne to celebrate for you in advance?" A mocking smile appeared on Jim's face.
Eva didn't realize that what he said was a mockery. She chuckled and asked, "Do you have?"
Jim shook his head and smiled. It was normal that the trilobite's intelligence couldn't understand.
He entered the cabin and came out soon, with a bottle of nineteen ninety two La Romanee-Conti in his hand.
He opened the cork with a bang, and transparent liquid with white bubbles overflowed from the bottle.
Eva laughed happily. Her silvery laughter was like the echo of sea waves, breaking the quiet night and filling it.
Jim's heart was also shocked. In an instant, an idea flashed through his mind, trying to make her his woman.
This idea startled him. He quickly smashed it and threw it into the sea ruthlessly.
No matter how good an appetizer was, it could never be a main dish. The only person he loved was Janice, and the only person he wanted was Janice. There would be no other people, let alone this heaven pepper.
He poured two glasses of champagne and handed one to [Eva, "I wish you..." He paused. For some reason, the following words seemed to weigh thousands of pounds, pressing the tip of his tongue and making it difficult for him to spit them out. He swallowed and said in a low and hoarse voice, "I wish you and Arnold a happy marriage."
"Thank you. I also wish you to find a new love as soon as possible. Find a beautiful, smart and well built-beauty." Eva smiled happily.
"Superficial." The word of Jim's sneer shattered the harmonious atmosphere on the deck.
"Isn't this the type you like?" said Eva, pouting.
Shrugging, Jim asked, "Are you a mind reader? You know me so well?"
"No, I don't know. I was just guessing." Eva wrinkled her nose. She knew that he liked Janice, but she couldn't just say that he would find another sick beauty like her.
"A blind cat can't always bump into a dead mouse." Jim snorted.
"Well, forget it." Eva glared at him and took a sip of the wine alone. She smacked her lips and smiled again. "No wonder it's the best champagne in the world. It's really delicious."
"Don't drink as much as you eat. Champagne is also containing of alcohol. If you get drunk, I'll throw you into the sea to sober you up," Jim teased.
"Do you think I can't swim? I won the swimming champion in primary school." Eva raised her eyebrows complacently.
"Then why did you become a non-swimmer and let me save you two times?" Jim sneered.
"I have drowned in the water and had a psychological shadow," Eva said indifferently. She didn't want to recall some terrible memories in her childhood.
"It seems that you have a lot of psychological shadows." Jim sat on the lounge chair.
Eva sat opposite him and said, "In this world, there are few young masters who was born with a silver spoon in your mouth and had a smooth life from childhood to adulthood. People like me are the majority.copy right hot novel pub