With a sad and bitter smile on his face, Zac said, "Am I so bad in your heart?"
"If I can make the choice again, I will definitely choose not to know you forever." She said the sentence word by word, cruel and cold. Her eyes were as desperate as death. She seemed to have given up on him and their marriage.
His heart was torn into pieces. There was an unprecedented fear rising from the back, spreading slowly to the limbs and bones. He couldn't help shivering. He held her hand tightly for fear that she would leave once he loosened it. She didn't withdraw her hand, allowing him to hold it. Her hand was cold and her expression was even colder, as if he was invisible, and she didn't want to care anymore.
After that, there was only silence in the room.
She closed her eyes and didn't want to look at him.
He stayed at her bedside the whole night, but she didn't open her eyes again.
The next day, the sun was shining brightly, as if to sweep away the haze of the previous day.
Essie woke up very early. Lying on the edge of her bed, Zac frowned and closed his eyes, as if taking the troubles into his dream. She looked at him quietly, a drop of tear rolling down from the corner of her eyes.
He seemed to be stirred and opened his eyes. She hurriedly turned away and wiped off the tears from her eyes.
When his eyes met hers, he straightened his body and asked, "Are you awake?"
She nodded her head and pressed the button of the adjustment of the bed. Then she sat up and said, "Yesterday, I had a dream. In my dream, you were still a hobo. We live in the Legendary of Yang City. I open an Internet store and you play the computer with nothing to do. We have no worries or annoyance. That's really good."
"After you check out the hospital, let's go back to the Legendary and live the life you want, okay?" He gently stroked her pale face. She shook her head. "We can't go back. Since we came to Dragon City, we can't go back." Her eyes were dark, like a bottomless abyss where she had lost hope, making him afraid. He held her hands and placed them on her face. "When you recover, we will have a child, and I will protect him."
"It has been six months since the first time we met in the bar. It's like a dream. If it is a dream, I will wake up one day. When you lose me and I lose you, everything will be back to the starting point." She looked out of the window and said slowly.
"Don't leave me, you little fool." He stood up and held her in his arms. He was very uneasy. "It's all my fault. No matter what kind of punishment you want, please don't leave me, okay?" His tone was full of pleading.
She kept silent for a while. 'Frozen guy, I'm leaving. This time, our relationship was truly over.'
"I'm hungry. I want to eat the rice noodle of the Fifth Fragrance Restaurant. Can you buy it for me?"
"Okay." He nodded and stood up.
It was an hour drive from the nearest branch of the Fifth Fragrance Restaurant to the Dragon City hospital. She wanted to send him away because she had made an appointment with someone.
Not long after he left, Alice came.
"Essie. Are you okay?" she asked worriedly.
"I'm fine, sister." Alice was a little surprised at her sudden change of address. She took out a photo from her handbag, which was a photo of her and her sister. Alice's eyes turned red the moment she saw the photo. "I know it's you. The moment I saw you the first time, I knew you are Cathy. "
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