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   Chapter 249 Greatly Worry About Them

Trapped with the CEO By Bai Cha Characters: 7538

Updated: 2018-07-07 10:33

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ISBN: 978-1718022461

Wendy changed her bathrobe in front of Jordan. Ignoring the surprise in his face, she took her handbag, slammed the door and left.

Damn it. Since Jordan didn't know how to explain it, why did he even take her to the hotel? He just wasted her time.

"That woman didn't satisfy him, so now he prefers me?", Wendy wondered.

She was furious. Ever since they got married, she had always been trying to be gentle and virtuous.

No matter why they got married at the very beginning, she was always considerate and affectionate. They had to get along well with each other as a couple. Wendy thought she had done what she was supposed to do. She had been a very loving wife.

But what Jordan did was beyond disappointing. He didn't even bother to provide an explanation. To say the least, even if nothing happened between them, why didn't he reassure her?

Wendy angrily rushed out of the hotel and took a taxi to her mother's house.

She wouldn't return to the Li Mansion anymore. Not with what had just happened. Jordan must be the one to explain that to his parents.

At the thought of this, Wendy hesitated. After all, her parents-in-law had always been very nice to her. They had given her everything she could have asked for. As a daughter-in-law, she'd better tell them her decision by herself.

She took out her phone from her handbag and called Angie.

At that moment, Angie was busy training new recruits. She answered the call while taking a rest.

"Hello, Wendy." Angie said gently. She really treated Wendy as her daughter. Hearing her gentle voice, Wendy felt a bit guilty. She also felt very sad. Angie was her second mother.

But she soon calmed herself down. "Mother, I won't go back there until sometime. I'll live with my mother for a few days."

Wendy's voice was as gentle as usual, but Angie still knew something was wrong. "What happened? Wendy? Tell me. Please."

She asked in an anxious tone.

Wendy tried so hard to hold back her tears. "It's okay. I just want to stay with my mother for a few days. I just miss her, I guess."

Angie decided that there must be something wrong. She was not convinced by her explanation. Wendy's trembling voice suggested that there was definitely something going on. Where was

l in the orange skirt not far away, Lola felt very sad and remorseful.

She recalled the scene when Nicole began to babble and call her "mommy". Those were really happy and memorable times. Tears started rolling down her cheeks.

"Nicole." She wiped off her tears and approached the lake.

Seeing Lola, Mrs. Du took the long bamboo pole to pull Nicole's boat back to the shore.

"Mommy!" Nicole shouted happily. She hadn't seen her mommy for a long time. It was so obvious that she has missed her so much.

Harry always assured her that her mommy would soon be with them although she was just busy working so that they could have money.

Nicole walked down the steps. Lola gave her a big hug and kissed her on the cheeks.

Mrs. Du had mixed feelings when she saw how they loved each other. She quietly left, leaving Lola and Nicole alone.

"Mommy, I miss you. Where have you been?" With her head against Lola's shoulder, Nicole cuddled Lola's neck tightly, enjoying the smell of Lola.

Lola burst into tears with excitement but thought that she shouldn't cry in front of Nicole.

She wiped off the tears and said in a hoarse voice, "I also miss you. Are you happy with your daddy? Are you having a good time here?"

Nicole nodded. "Yes." Her daddy was like a super hero to her. He dined, slept and had fun with her and told stories to her every day. Moreover, he would give her whatever she wanted. Nicole was well-taken care of here. Maybe it's for the better that she stay here...

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