"I have never made a wrong decision," Zac said in a domineering tone as usual. Obviously, he was just telling her, not discussing with her.
In this family, she seemed to have no right to make a decision. Even if it was given birth to a baby, it was up to the big devil.
Feeling a little angry, Essie really wanted to jump up, clench her fists and sing loudly, 'get up, people who don't want to be slaves!'
But in the end, she held it back. Her big eyes rolled two times and smiled cunningly. "I've calculated it. It's the safety period now."
"Oh?" Raising his eyebrows, a glimmer of light flashed across Zac's handsome face.
She took a look and deliberately didn't say anything. She sat up from the bed and said, "I'm sleepy. I'm going back to my room to sleep."
Before she finished speaking, she was held into the arms of the man. Since it was the safety period, what else should he worry about? She wouldn't get out of bed until he was satiated.
On the second day, when she went to the airport to see off her grandfather, Laves, and grandmother, Ophelia, Essie felt sleepy. She regretted deeply. She shouldn't have flirted with the devil last night.
Not long after Laves and Ophelia returned, Lady Rose and Irene also returned to Provence. After the cooperation agreement was signed, they still had a lot of things to do. On the surface, Mary was reluctant to leave her sister, but in fact, she was greatly relieved, as if she was sending away the God of plague.
In the evening, Essie received a call from Hanson, asking her to take a walk by the river.
Since she reconciled with Zac, Hanson seldom came to Dragon City.
"How are you doing recently, Hanson?" Sitting on the riverside, Essie asked with a smile.
With a faint smile on his face and a hint of loneliness in his eyes, Hanson said, "I'm fine." There was a touch of alienation in his tone.
Noticing that, Essie smiled bitterly and said, "We haven't seen each other for only a few days. Why are you so polite? Can't we even be friends in the future?"
"How could it be?" He shook his head bitterly. She was the most profound mark in his heart and the only figure in his eyes. Unless his heart stopped beating and his life was over, how could he break up with her?
The dusk was burning in the west, emitting the last glow as much as possible. The colorful glow blended with the blue sky, painting the most beautiful moment of the day.
The setting sun was infinitely beautiful, but it was close to dusk.
Should the blazing emotion in his heart sink into the deepest horizon like this sunset?
The setting sun's fiery red light turned into tens of thousands of golden threads, flowing through the water and interwoven into a large net made of golden threads.
Her beautiful figure was reflected in the net, rippling with the sparkling waves.
He looked at it in a daze, but felt that it was just an illusory light and shadow, far away from him.
"How are you getting along with Zac Rong?" His voice came through slowly, like the echo of the wind from afar.
"Not bad." She smiled and sat beside him. The setting sun shone on her face, adding to her beauty. She was graceful and sad, like a beauty returning to the home under the sunset, like a fairy drifting in the wind. After a short silence, she said in a low voice, "Hanson, I'm sorry."
His dark eyes blinked slightly, and a faint light flashed in the dark space of his heart. "You don't need to tell me this. I missed the fate between us."
She lowered her head and stared at the rippling waves of the river, silent for a long time.
The water flowed through the golden net sprinkled by the setting sun and turned into sadness. Her heart was covered by the twilight.
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