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   Chapter 134 You Have Nothing to do with Cleverness

Trapped with Daniel By Bai Cha Characters: 8976

Updated: 2018-08-18 09:10

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ISBN: 978-1719967198

Daniel unfastened his seat belt and got out of the car.

As soon as he got off, Janet immediately stepped hard on the gas and turned her car around.

But Daniel suddenly appeared in front of her car. Startled, Janet hastily hit the brakes, bumping her forehead on the steering wheel in the process.

"It hurts!" yelled Janet. Gritting her teeth, Janet placed her palm on her forehead.

Before she knew it, Daniel opened the car door, unfastened her seatbelt, and carefully brought her out of the car.

With his left arm supporting her slim waist, their two bodies pressed tight together. Then, Daniel held up his hand and brought it on Janet's forehead, tenderly massaging it.

"Shit! If I end up having a concussion, how are you going to replace my clever brain?" protested Janet.

Clever brain? Daniel burst into laughter and teased, "You have nothing to do with cleverness." If Janet was really clever, why couldn't she understand that Daniel did all of these to protect her?

Although, no matter how silly she seemed, Daniel still thought she was cute.

"Are you sure? If I'm not clever enough, how was I able to get you?" Janet said. Meanwhile, she was thinking of a way to get rid of him.

Daniel didn't object her words. Instead, he agreed. "Okay, now that you have me, why do you want to throw me away like this?" he asked. She seemed more irresponsible!

Humph! She pushed him away and went into her car again, but Daniel dragged her out by her waist.

He took her hat off, and threw it into the backseat. "I hate seeing it!" he said.

Of all the colors, why did she have to choose that? She really meant to torture him with a green hat!

(TN: Wearing a green hat in Chinese has the metaphor meaning as being disloyal to the husband.)

Janet coldly remarked, "You bought me this dress."

"Of course, I know that!" said Daniel.

"Then you should have known that the dress and the hat came in a set." said Janet.

Daniel felt embarrassed.

He brought Janet to the passenger seat, where she reluctantly sat. Daniel took the wheel and drove her Mercedes Benz toward the Royal Mansion Neighbourhood.

At Mansion No. 9

Janet couldn't do anything as they both drove past her own mansion and into the garage of Mansion No. 9.

She then had no choice but to follow Daniel into his mansion. She changed her shoes and climbed up the stairs.

Janet set aside her frustrations and decided to go with the situation. If Daniel wanted to talk, fine. They would talk.

At the study room

Daniel casually sat on the chair behind his desk and demanded, "Come here!" He patted his lap when he noticed that Janet was about to sit on the other side of the desk.


Janet glared at him and continued to sit opposite of Daniel.

She put her handbag on his desk and looked at Daniel, who was also looking at her. For a moment, they stared into each other's eyes.

"Tomorrow, I'll ask Kate to let everyone know that she and I broke up. You just stay well by my side. I will also ask your parents' approval of our engagement. If you're willing to, I hope we can get married as soon as possible, " said Daniel. He took out a pack of cigarettes from his pocket, pulled a stick out, and placed it between his lips.

As he raised the lighter close to the cigarette's tip, he caught a glimpse of Janet frowning.

With a sigh, he put the stick back into the box and pushed the box aside. Relieved, Janet responded.

"Yes, yes, no and no."

Daniel understood the meaning of her answers, but with confusion, he asked, "Why don't you want to get engaged and then married with me as soon as possible?" Her two last words made him upset.

"I don't trust you!" said Janet. Janet didn't try to hide her true thoughts as she wanted to make everything clear.

Daniel's right index finger tapped lightly at his desk. Both of them were still staring at each other's eyes. Neither of them wanted to look away.

"Come here!" Daniel demanded once more. With his hand, he gestured for her to come closer.

Insulted, Janet felt as if he was treating her like a little dog.

"No way, unless you politely call me!" Janet shouted.

Daniel felt ashamed. He stood up from his chair, offered his hand, which she took, and walked her to the sofa. He sat down first, and then he gently pulled Janet on his lap.

His hands moved up to her waist. Janet tried to struggle out of his grip, but he didn't let go. She gave up, and let him do what he wanted.

"Tell me, why don't you trust me?" asked Daniel.

Janet's arms wrapped Daniel's neck, pulling him close so she could rest her head on his shoulder.

Her initiative to get close made Daniel very happy that he lowered his head to kiss her forehead.

"Because..." Janet reasoned, "You are a bad and wicked man. You're keeping a relationship with two girls at the same time. Oh, not just two, but a few!"

The man chuckled and said, "I've told you that my relationship with Kate is to protect you. As for the other women, they were... not worth mentioning." Why would Daniel admit that the only reason he had those other women was to make Janet angry?

"During your two-month stay in America, I didn't receive a single phone call. I can't rely on you!" Janet continued her protest, feeling aggrieved.

"Wow, really? The nerve of you to bring that up. I asked you to go with me and you didn't! Why didn't you anyway?" Daniel snapped back. He felt aggrieved too.

Janet raised her head and stared at him in disbelief. "I already told you I would have nothing to do there. You're not settling down there and you went on a business trip. I have a business to run here. Have you thought about that? Did you consider my interests?" said Janet.

Her words sounded reasonable, so Daniel replied, "Fine. I'm wrong. It's my fault, okay?" He raised his eyebrows and apologized to her.

"No, it's not okay! Can you guarantee that you would keep a monogamous relationship? Sticking to only one woman?" Janet asked.

"Yes, I can!" Daniel promised her straightforward. With a serious look in his eyes, he stared intensely into her eyes.

As long as Janet behaved well, he would definitely behave well too.

"Good!" So, after a short conversation between them, Janet easily forgave Daniel, whom she had loathed for two months.

"I'm flying back to America tomorrow. Come with me, " said Daniel. He still had some work to deal with in America, and he had to stay there for about half a month.

Upon hearing this, Janet curled her lips and asked, "Why are you going to America again?"

He held her tight in his arms and explained, "My sister is coming back home, and I have transferred the acting CEO of A Country to work in America. Also, there are still a lot of things that I have to personally deal with."

He didn't tell her more about these trivial affairs.

She silently rested her head on his shoulder and pondered on whether she should go with him.

"If you want to go, but you're worried about your cake shop business, then I'll arrange for two more employees to help you manage it, " Daniel suggested. Janet's only worry here was her cake shop.

Janet slightly nodded her head and said, "Can I offer you some help when you're busy, and when you're free, we can go out to play around?"

Janet understood that Daniel was very busy with his work.

Whenever she went to his company, he was always busy working. All of his cars had piles of documents so he could always have access to them.

And if he didn't have Spark to manage his work phone, he would have endless phone calls to answer every minute of the day.

"You don't need to help me there. You can just go out and have fun, but remember to come back to me in the evening, " said Daniel. His palm gripped her pale, white hand, which was smooth and soft, as if she never had done any tough work.

He hoped that Janet's hands would stay like this forever, even when she got old, when her hair was all white and her teeth was all lost.

"Ah, yes! Shirley's major in college was business management, and she was one of the most exceptional students in college! What about giving her a position in your company, so that she can help you with your work? What do you think?" Janet suggested. Janet thought that it was a waste of Shirley's talent if she worked in her cake shop. Shirley would be better off using her college degree in SL Group.

When she mentioned Shirley, Daniel frowned, but he considered, "If you really want her to work in my company, then I'll make the arrangement."

Daniel understood Janet's worries. Shirley Zheng was her best friend, and if she could have a good and stable job, Janet would be more relieved.

"Yes, she should be a talented person, as her scores in college were so great. Let her work as a trainee. Just give it a try, " said Janet.

Janet was confident about Shirley's talent, and she believed that she would be of help to Daniel with his work.

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