When Summer woke up back then, she was weak and lost all her memories.
No one could feel her panic.
In that case, if a person who was acknowledged to be close to her showed up, she would naturally become dependent on that person and trust him.
From this perspective, Stanley did this with good intentions.
However, if one thought about it carefully, it would seem a bit far-fetched.
Summer didn't dig into it since it wasn't a pressing issue. The most important thing now was that Stanley could recover and be discharged from the hospital.
She nodded and asked, "Do you want more soup?"
"Yes." Stanley smiled and handed the bowl to her.
Summer took the bowl and poured soup into it.
A strand of her hair fell from her ear, and she reached out her hand to put it behind. Such a simple movement brought out her demureness.
Stanley turned his gaze and looked down to hide his feelings.
In fact, he said he was Summer's fiancé just for a simple reason.
What he had just mentioned was only a part of it, and the larger part was that he wanted to know if Summer really suffered from amnesia.
Later on, the facts proved that she indeed lost her memories.
Summer handed the soup to Stanley.
Stanley took it and said gently, "Thank you."
Summer sat down beside him and said, "It's nothing. Although we're not a couple, we are Damon and Pythias, aren't we?"
Stanley was amused and laughed out loud.
He put his hand on his lips and suppressed his laughter. After a while, he seemed to be done laughing and whispered, "Yes, we are."
"It's funny? Give me the soup!" Summer reached out to snatch the bowl from Stanley.
Though Stanley suffered head injuries, he was still nimble and quickly blocked Summer's hand, "Hey, I am a patient now."
Only then did Summer withdraw her hand.
Even though she had lost her memory, it didn't mean that she was stupid.
She had so many questions for Stanley, but it wasn't a good time now.
When she was in a vegetative state, Stanley looked after her for three years, indicating that he wasn't a bad person.
After Stanley finished the soup, Summer went to wash the bowl.
When she finished washing, her phone rang.
She picked up her phone and saw that it was an unfamiliar number.
With her heart skipping a beat, she guessed that it may be Leonardo who called to tell her the result of the paternity test.
She glanced at Stanley.
Stanley had suffered a head injury, so he was easy to get tired and now was taking a nap.
Summer left the ward and answered the phone, "Hello?"
In the next moment, a man's deep voice sounded on the phone.copy right hot novel pub