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   Chapter 56 How Could Two Good Friends Ever Get Married

Trapped with Daniel By Bai Cha Characters: 8783

Updated: 2018-07-21 23:38

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ISBN: 978-1718083080

Janet, who was standing aside and looking at Bill, tittered and replied to him, "Sure I've missed you."

"Oh. Jane, I love you so much! Eh? Jane, when have you become so stiff?" asked Bill. He felt puzzled, and when he looked up he saw Brian's cold, stiff face, which almost made him throw away the bunch of roses he held in his arms.

He also heard people around him slightly laughing and mocking him.

He then felt embarrassed, and loosened Brian instantly, asking, "Brian, why are you hugging me?"

"It was you who rushed over to hug me in the first place!" replied Brian. He also gave Bill a look.

With his swarthy face a little twisted from the amount of training he was going through, Bill snorted and then gave the roses in his arms to Janet, who was standing next to him, as if he presented to her the dearest of treasures. "Jane, look. These are the pink roses I managed to order from abroad. Do they exceed your expectations? Are you surprised? Do you like them?" asked Bill.

Janet, who was now looking at the pink bouquet, released Brian's arm and took the roses.

"Hum, yes, I like them, " replied Janet. Maybe Bill was the only one in the whole world who knew that she loved pink roses. He was also the only one who had given her pink roses since her return home to C Country.

She was enjoying smelling the fresh scent of the rare, pink roses. She, indeed, loved their faint smell.

Standing opposite her, Bill was still talking about the roses, "... There are nine roses in total in the bouquet. They are sending out the faint scent now. I know you will..."

And then, Janet suddenly gave Bill a big hug, which surprised everyone around them.

With a cool expression glaring in his eyes, Brian stared at the pink roses in Janet's arms, seeming to know something.

What was really going on? Was Janet Brian's girlfriend? Why did she hug Bill just now? Or did they think of it too much? Was it really just a hug?

Bill was flabbergasted, and tried hard to utter the last two words of his phrase, "Like it."

'Who is hugging me? Is it Jane? Yes, that's true. My lovely Jane is really hugging me!" thought Bill.

But just when Bill was ecstatic and was about to hug her back, Janet left her embrace, and said, "Bill, you really are a good friend!"

On hearing her words, everyone felt relieved, while Bill, who was in ecstasy just a moment ago, began to be more and more morose.

"Come on, I have so much to tell you. Please, follow me, " said Bill. And after he finished these words, he dragged Janet towards the back gate, but was soon stopped by Brian.

"Don't go anywhere yet. Grandfather's birthday ceremony is about to start."

OK! This time, Bill pulled her in the front of the dessert table which was nearby, and Brian followed them.

The three of them got together and started chatting with each other. But, however, Brian in fact didn't utter a single word, his face growing grim by the moment.

And this was just because Bill was the only one speaking during the whole conversation; he kept on saying on and on about how much he had missed Janet.

Also, he completely ignored Brian, and repeatedly talked about his longing pain for Janet.

"Jane, I'm behaving well in the military camp. Are you still willing to wait for me?" asked Bill.

Brian picked up a glass of red wine near him from the table and clinked it with the one in Bill's hand, saying, "Wait for you? For eight years or maybe ten years or more? I'm afraid that Jane will be long be married when you finally become a military officer, " finished Brian.

When he opened his mouth to say something, Bill then thought that Brian's words actually made some sort of sense.

"If not, Jane, I can leave the military camp. Will you marry me then?" asked Bill.

"Marry you? You've got nothing now. How can you make Jane happy, or provide for her happiness?" Brian argued. He began to look at Janet, who was fondling the roses he had given her. Janet loved that bunch of roses so much that she couldn't keep her eyes off of them from the moment she first saw them.

Bill thought that Brian was, indeed, probably right, so he said to Janet, "Jane, we can get married first, and I will return to the military camp and work hard while you can stay at home and look after our home. What do you say?"

Brian also expected the life that Bill had just described.

After he married Jane he could go to the military camp to work during the daytime, and then return to the house where she waited for him in the evening...

This time, Brian kept silent, but Janet said, "I don't think so. Bill, you'd better stay in the military camp and work hard for your future. How could two good friends ever get married? Forget about it!"

... With the corners of his mouth pulled down in a grimace, Bill glared at Brian, and said, "Don't you think for a moment that I've been completely cut off from the outside world since my phone was confiscated in the military camp these last few days. Everyone on the internet is saying that you are in a relationship. Is that true?" asked Bill.

Brian didn't know how to answer the question, while Janet, who worried that this rumor would ruin their brothers feelings, said, "Bill, please don't hate Brian. I also take him as being my brother, because I already love someone else. You'd better obediently stay in the military camp and take care of yourself!"

"Have you fallen in love with someone else?" asked Bill. 'The one she loves isn't Brian, but who else could it be?' Bill looked at Janet, even more confused.

They were apart for only a few couple of months, and Janet had already fallen in love with someone else!" He believed that it was all his grandfather's fault, because Janet had never had a crush on anyone else when he had stayed with her before, abroad.

"Well, Bill, today is your grandfather's birthday ceremony, so let's talk about something else, shall we? Otherwise, I'm afraid I can't accept your roses anymore." Janet looked at the flowers in her arms, feeling a kind of pity for them. She had accepted Bill's roses in honor of their good friendship.

And if Bill was still stubborn and still didn't understand, she was afraid that she couldn't be friends with him any longer and couldn't accept the flowers.

Bill immediately shook his head, and said, "Jane, please don't shut me out. We're good friends!" 'No! I can't push Jane too hard. Otherwise, she will be scared of me, ' thought Bill.

Janet smiled and tapped him on the shoulder, saying: "That's right, Bill! Come on and let me introduce to you to these desserts right here. They were made by my master pastry chef in my shop. Please, try one."

This time, it was Janet's turn to show Bill the good desserts. She urged Bill to taste the hearty desserts, and when they stood together they looked like two cute little children.

But Bill, who had already ate a lot of desserts, had already been filled up before the birthday ceremony had even started.

When he heard his grandfather say that the cake had been made by Janet personally, Bill regretted that he was now too full to eat not even a single bite more.

It was a three-layered giant white cake, with a birthday peach on the top made out of cream. The peach was sprinkled with some edible pink powder.

And there were some words written near the peach: "We wish grandpa Han only good health and to be forever young!"

The cake's edges were coated with cheese, and decorated with a red floral border. And there was even some peach-shaped little frostings surrounding the cake's floral border.

Even though it wasn't as masterfully build as a cake made by a master pastry chef, it looked, indeed, quite appetizing.

All people sat at their places at the long tables, and then the waiters began to serve the dishes in an orderly way. And there were even a few more waiters who were in charge of exclusively serving the birthday cake.

When they walked up to Kate and Daniel, who were now talking with two retired military officers, the waiters said, "Mr. Si and Miss Song, please enjoy the cake."

Kate hesitated for a moment, but then took a piece of cake and put it in front of Daniel.

Daniel, who kept on talking with the two military officers, just briefly glanced at the cake.

Kate took a deep breath and asked the waiter to also serve her one piece.

Then Charles began saying a few words, which quickly silenced all the other people who were talking at that moment.

"Thank you for coming to my birthday anniversary. The cake in front me was baked by Janet Shao personally. Please have a taste of it. And if any of you thinks that it tastes magnificent, I welcome your support to this girl who has just started her own business."

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