A surprised look flashed across Trevin's face before he laughed again.
"I like you," he said, "for being smart."
"Sorry then. I don't like you for being you," said Summer without the slightest hesitation.
"Don't say no in such a hurry." Trevin squatted down in front of her and said, "Are you sure you want to live with someone like Leonardo forever? Just for your information, I've also studied psychology. Leonardo has the unhealthiest mental state."
"You should go." Summer knew Leonardo's condition better than anyone else. She didn't need Trevin to tell her about it.
Trevin put on a serious expression, "Summer, I mean what I say. Even if you can put up with him, you have to think for Rosie."
Summer answered him with the sound made by the moving wheelchair. She turned around to return to the house.
"Summer Jarrett!" Trevin tried to follow her and say something more.
Summer was out of patience, so she stopped him before he continued, "I know what you want to say, and you know what my answer is. Stop wasting your time. Again - you should leave now."
"But I have to say it! Summer, are you really going to ignore me like this? I think you should give some thought to our relationship. Although Leonardo is smarter than me, I'm not that stupid."
Trevin liked Summer for real. Summer had a lousy childhood, but she was still as sincere as an innocent girl after experiencing so many hardships. Few people could do that.
Trevin had met countless beauties before, but none of them was as charming as Summer, making it impossible for him to resist loving her.
Summer had an inferior family and educational background. She was neither Miss Summer, nor Dr. Jarrett. She was even not a person who enjoyed independence.copy right hot novel pub