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   Chapter 129 I've Wanted to Apologize to Her

Trapped with the Doctor By Bai Cha Characters: 7437

Updated: 2018-09-14 09:43


When she heard "Dr. Gu", Angela believed Daisy was referring to Hogan... So, she wiped her mouth clean, and picked up the glass in order to walk to... Arvin.

She would't follow Daisy's footstep if she knew her mother meant Arvin.

But when she made preparations to return to her seat, Daisy pulled her aside...

Daisy said to Arvin in a commendatory voice, "Mr. Gu, thank you for taking care of Angela after she came to the Yao Hospital."

Arvin snatched up the glass in front of him, and leapt up. "Gracious, of course. You're welcome. It is my pleasure. I treat Angela as if she were my very own little sister."

Little sister... Would you sleep with your little sister?

It was funny. Angela, drowning in anger, subdued the desire to toss her drink in his face at that moment. He was driving her crazy.

Daisy found that she was growing to like Arvin more. Her smile seemed much brighter. "Well, Angela is still so young and naive. If she brought any trouble to you before, I would like to apologize to you on her behalf. Please forgive her improper behaviors."

Sven looked at his mother and stroked his chin contemplatively. What was she thinking? He really wanted to ask her if she was treating Arvin as a potential son-in-law already.

Arvin glanced at Angela and smiled. "Aunt, you misunderstood Angela, " he said to Daisy. "She is well-behaved, she never brought any trouble into my life. But Angela seemed to misunderstand me either. I've wanted to apologize to her, but I couldn't find the right moment before..."

Arvin didn't lie. He called Angela and told her to come out because he wanted to apologize to her.

After hearing this, Angela couldn't help staring at Arvin. Daisy, too, was confused. She turned to Angela, "Angela, did you misunderstand Arvin in some way? How could you do that? Don't be childish. You should talk to Arvin."

Angela was devoid of speech. Was she being childish? She had no way to tell. It was Arvin who had hurt her feelings in the first place!

Seeing that Angela was on the cusp of tossing her drink and leaving, Arvin hurriedly explained, "Oh no no, you've got it backwards, aunt. She didn't. It was me, I made her unhappy. It's me who acted childish. And I should be the one apologizing to her."

Then Arvin clinked his glass to Angela's, "I'm sorry, Angela."

Everybody was stunned when observing this.

Did Arvin just apologize... to Angela? Everyone else present was flabbergasted, except for Angela, Arvin and Teresa, Not even Sven could understand Arvin. What on earth had he done to Angela that would make him so humble?

Daisy beamed with satisfaction at Arvin's politeness. She patted on Angela on the shoulder, and said, "Angela, Mr. Gu has apologized to you in front of everybody. Don't be mad at him anymore, okay?"

Angela glared at Arvin. Facing his full, passionate eyes, Angela tried to hold back, but failed. Her eyes spilled over with tears.

In an effort to hold back her falling tears, she quickly took a sip of juice and gulped it down.

Next, she pretended to choke slightly on the intake of juice, so that the tears happened to appear circumstantially rather than emotionally. She wiped her tears away with her sleeve, and then turned back to Daisy. "I'm choking mom, I need to use the restroom."

"Always so careless..." Daisy criticized her softly. But it wasn't a reprimand; Daisy just treated Angela like a little girl.

Angela didn't say another word. She put the juice on the table and headed towards the restroom.

Angela closed the door, leaned on the back of it, her eyes red and tired. She closed her eyes, and tears slid down her cheeks.

Suddenly her phone rang, she wiped away her tears

and checked the phone. It was a message from Arvin.

He told her to wait for him after the lunch.

...

Angela quickly washed up, wiped her hands, and walked out of the restroom.

During the following period, the atmosphere around the table was pretty harmonious. The younger people served tea to their elders at the seniors' order.

Since everybody had work that afternoon, no one drank alcohol. Everyone replaced the wine with tea.

One would think they were a couple, meeting each other's parents, the atmosphere was so relaxed. They worked together and they were born in families of equal social rank, so they should have been a perfect match for each other.

After lunch, Angela walked besides Daisy wherever she went. It was clear that Angela was determined to ignore Arvin's message.

Arvin took hold of Sven, who was going to get in the car, and told him, "Angela is not in a good mood."

Sven rolled his eyes to him, "I was wondering when you were going to say so."

"So, do you want to cheer her up?"

Sven wondered whether Arvin was joking. "Of course I do!" Sven would do anything to win Angela's happiness.

"Then do me a favor!"

Again, Sven was speechless.

As Angela was about to get in Chuck's car with Daisy, Sven called out. "One moment, Angela! Come here!"

Angela released Daisy's hands, "Mom, wait for me. Sven is calling me."

"Okay, hurry back."

When Angela stood in front of Sven, he gestured that she get in the car.

Get in the car? Angela saw Arvin's car parked beside Sven's. "Sven, what do you want?"

Without any explanation, Sven grabbed Angela, and stuffed her in the backseat. When they sat down, Sven saw that Arvin, who served as today's driver, was looking at him. "Angela, I have something to discuss with father. Let Arvin drive you to the hospital."

Angela didn't have time to respond as he immediately got out and slammed the door.

Sven left, and Arvin started the car. He drove out of the parking lot. This all took place within seconds.

Angela knew that she couldn't get rid of him, so she didn't spend any time struggling. She determined to keep silence, and started to enjoy the scenery outside the window.

Finally, the car stopped at the seashore. Arvin got out of the car and opened the back door, "Get out."

All right.

Feeling the sea breeze and hearing the sound of the waves, Angela walked towards the sea.

She stopped in front of the water, squatted on a rock, and played with the stones on the beach. It seemed that she was trying to find something among them.

Arvin didn't speak. Neither did she. She kept playing with stones.

Until... she found a crab. She laughed, holding the crab between her fingers, watching it carefully.

She never thought that she could find a hermit crab on this beach. It was a real surprise.

A pair of black shoes came into sight, and she turned around to avoid them. She threw the crab back into the sea, picked up a shell, and washed it.

Arvin called her name in a low voice, "Angela."

But she didn't make any response.

"If you smell like a crab, I won't let you get in my car!"

Again, Angela had no inclination to speak. Could anyone understand her suffering now?

Was it madness? A breakdown? Feel like shouting at someone?

Angela took several deep breaths. She stood up with a shell on her hand, and smirked at Arvin.

Seeing Angela approaching him with a shell, Arvin suddenly had a bad feeling. "Angela, I'm warning you..."

He took a step back, but Angela ignored his warning and stepped further.

"Angela, if you dare to... Angela!"

An exasperated shout was heard. An ivory hand entered into Arvin's pocket, along with a shell.

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