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   Chapter 24 A Soldier Is Looking For You Downstairs

Trapped with Daniel By Bai Cha Characters: 6978

Updated: 2018-07-05 20:24

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ISBN: 978-1718083080

Janet returned to her seat and began to handle the work assigned by Spark.

"Janet Shao is too rich to care about the $1000 full attendance award.

She is the sworn daughter of our chairman and our CEO's fiancee. She works here just for fun."

"Fiancee? For a celebrity like our CEO, the press must've published by now his engagement to her! This must be another joke of our chairman's wife."

"Who knows how the rich people's world is like..."

Janet began to sort out the documents and didn't hear a thing about what other people were talking about around her.

But Spark heard everything. He looked at Janet and reluctantly shook his head.

A spoiled little princess like Janet wasn't the right match for Daniel; Kate and Daniel were made for each other.

Nobody in the company dared to provoke Janet anymore because of Lola, and Janet was glad about it. In the following days, Janet was very low-key, and dedicated herself to the work assigned by Spark.

Then, one day, Daniel and Janet both received phone calls from their own parents, who asked them to have supper with them in a restaurant.

Janet simply said yes, but Daniel asked Lola, "Mother, why do we have to eat supper out in town?"

"To discuss Jerry and Sally's wedding, and your engagement with Jane."

'Engagement?' Daniel frowned after thinking of the young harpy outside. But, then again, he might be on to something, and said yes to the invitation.

At lunch time.

Janet was collecting the documents. Daniel and Spark, who just had just finished a client meeting, went to the office, and at that moment, the internal telephone of the Secretary Department started ringing.

Spark, who was closer to the telephone, picked it up, "Hello, this is the 88th floor."

After hearing something, Spark replied with OK and then went to Janet: "Janet, a soldier is looking for you downstairs."

'Em?' Janet was confused. 'Looking for me?'

Oh! It must be the soldier whom she had met that day, the one who was supposed to deliver letters to Bill for her.

"Thank you. Spark."

Janet was pleased to meet again with the handsome soldier. She took out a letter, which was written for Bill from her bag, and cheerfully walked towards the elevator.

"Miss Shao, make a copy of this document, now." Daniel stopped Janet in her steps with a cold voice.

Janet's heart immediately sank. She took over Daniel's document, and said, "I'll make a copy of it soon." Then she put it down on her desk and again started walking towards the elevator.

"I said now!" Daniel stopped her again in her tracks with an even severer voice.

Janet held the letter tight in hand, and said, "I heard it. But I'm busy now. I'll make a copy of it later."

Someone was waiting for her downstairs; she felt sorry for keeping him waiting.

The elevator arrived and Janet walked into the elevator and pressed the button for the first floor.

Seeing the elevator doors close, Daniel walked into his office and slammed the door behind him.

Spark looked at this odd scene, lost for words. Then he took a look at the document on Janet's desk and wondered why didn't he know this document needed to be copied.

In the office.

Daniel sat down on his chair and, irritated somehow, called the company's internal telephone: "I need to see the monitoring screen of the company gates. Now."

"OK, Mr. Si."

Janet walked out of the elevator in a happy mood. An eye-catching military car was pulled over not t

hat far away from the company, in the parking lot.

In the car, Brian couldn't help smiling after she saw the little girl again. He got out of the car.

"Janet Shao!" he greeted her.

"Hello, Mr. Soldier."

Jordan was wearing his military uniform and looked handsome, attracting the attention of many of her colleagues.

"You didn't reply to Bill's last letter, so he... asked me to look for you."

Bill had simply complained to him why Janet didn't write a letter to him in reply, and Brian had promised him he would personally ask around and find her and then ask her.

Seeing his cousin driving a military car and leaving the camp, Bill was shocked.

"Sorry. I lost your phone number." Janet felt embarrassed and scolded Daniel Si in her mind.

"It doesn't matter. I'll dial your number again" spoke Brian. He took out his phone and dialed Janet's number.

But Janet forgot to bring her phone: "My phone is upstairs. I'll save your number later when I go back up."

"OK. Is there anything I can now do for you?" asked Brian. He put his phone back into the pocket and looked at the pretty little girl standing in front of him.

Janet remembered her initial thoughts and handed the letter to Brian, "Please tell Bill to practice harder. Don't come back if he is not soon promoted to company commander or at least regimental commander!"

Looking at Janet's innocent eyes, Brian had the feeling that Janet actually didn't have a crush on Bill.

He put the letter into his pocket, and asked, "Janet, are you... Bill's girlfriend?"

Em? Janet went blank for a moment. 'Why did Mr. Soldier think that she was Bill's girlfriend?'

"No, no, no. Bill is like my good friend. I'm proud of him that he could make an honorable contribution to the country, " replied Jane.

Her words sent thrills of joy to Jordan's heart. He stretched out his right hand, and introduced himself, "Hello, Janet, I'm Brian Han, Bill's cousin. Nice to meet you!"

Brian Han? Bill's cousin? This explained a lot of things. Janet held his big hand in hers, and said, "Hello, Mr. Han... What should I call you? Oh, what about Brian? Brian, nice to meet you!"

When he saw the girl's sweet smile, Brian couldn't help but laugh. Her little hand was soft and smooth and, for a moment, Brian even forgot to loosen her hand out of his.

Janet awkwardly took out her hand out of his grip: "Thank you, Brian. I'm still at work. See you next time."

Brian returned to Earth and nodded his head: "Sorry to disturb you. Go on to your work!"

On the 88th floor, when Janet and Brian were talking, Daniel asked Spark to hand him Janet's phone.

Daniel did something to it and asked Spark to put it back. Daniel told Spark: "If Janet asks you something, just reply that you saw nothing."

Spark was dumbfounded, but when Daniel took a brief cold stare at him, Spark nodded his head immediately and conformed with orders.

On her way back to the office, Janet hummed a tune, and then returned to her seat.

She unlocked her phone but was confused. 'Why isn't there a missed call showing up?

Was it because Brian failed to get through, or she didn't have any signal?' Janet searched the complete call log, but found nothing.

She looked at Spark and questioned him: "Mr. Shi, did you see someone do anything to my phone?"

Spark shook his head without turning around: "I know nothing. I saw nothing."

Janet was now even more confused. 'Maybe Brian failed to get through.'

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