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   Chapter 83 Why Don't You Believe Me

My Wife is an Aloof Beauty By Di Sheng You Yang Characters: 5803

Updated: 2018-09-06 16:10

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ISBN: 978-1724050021


Edward intentionally neglected her. He didn't give her a chance to speak either. During the drive home, he always looked tough and cold, like a messenger from Hell.

"So... Can you pull over?" Daisy said weakly. She needed time to gather her strength. The oppressive atmosphere was keeping her from the normally stoic composure that fitted her rank as a colonel.

Edward finally turned to look at her, but his cold eyes only made her squirm even more. All of a sudden, her nose felt stuffy. She bit her lip and tore at the corner of her mouth. If she weren't worried about her reputation in the military, she wouldn't be in his car right now.

"Something's up." While Daisy already gave up hope on getting his attention, she heard a few words quietly drift past her ears. The car slowly pulled over.

"Give me some money." Daisy reached out her fair hand in front of Edward as if he was supposed to offer something. In fact, she felt terribly embarrassed that she brought Justin to the store without even taking her wallet along. Now things were awkward.

Edward pulled out his wallet in confusion and passed it to her. Why did she suddenly start asking him for money? 'Quite unusual, ' Edward thought. 'She's not trying to calm me down, she's asking for cash.' It was a good way to change the topic, he admitted to himself.

Daisy opened the wallet. 'This guy has so many cards, but there are no bills.' It seemed that he always paid with cards. Things like cash were inconsequential to him.

"Um... You don't have any money!" Daisy said reluctantly. She furrowed her brows, hoping that the shops would take the cards.

"Woman -- are you speaking to me? When have I ever been broke? Any one of the cards here can buy you an entire department store." Edward's heartless voice grew closer. He immediately grabbed her and pulled her into an embrace. Her tender lips found his as well.

This kiss was not smooth. It was more like biting with anger.

"Hm..."

Daisy opened her eyes wide, trying her hardest to get away, but in return he just held her more forcefully.

Edward channeled his anger into this deep kiss. It was for all her distrust in the past, for her dinner date with some other man when he was the one who concerned about her. He bit on her lips hard. His tongued pushed past her teeth as she groaned in pain. A ferocious wave of heat violently robbed her weakened breath.

"Hm... Hurts..." When he harshly bit on the tip of her tongue again, Daisy chastised his savagery with her eyes wide open.

"Now you know it hurts! Tell me, why did you leave without a word? Why didn't you trust me?" Edward began breathing even more rapidly. He tried to suppress the feelings that she brought out of him.

"I..." Daisy looked up at him. Her pink lips were swollen because of his bites. Her tender face was blushing red.

Seeing her like this, Edward moved to kiss her

again, but this time without the earlier violence. Instead he was gently suckling her sweet scent.

The dazed Daisy was feeling a warmth building in her body. It was not until his hand suddenly reached into her underwear and onto her breast that she abruptly realized her situation.

"Don't..." She grabbed his hand in a panic and looked outside the car. She was relieved when she found out that no one noticed them.

Edward helped her smooth out the clothes he rustled, feeling slightly amused. He then swiped her hair behind her back and held her face in his hands. Her eyes could not escape his.

"In your opinion, am I really such a bastard who's not worth your trust? Huh?" After the intense kissing, Edward was not angry anymore, but it didn't mean that he calmed down entirely.

Daisy was forced to look Edward in the eye. She did not understand what he meant. Could she be wrong? Could it be that there was nothing going on between Edward and the girl? But she saw it with her own eyes.

"She is a pretty girl, and a suitable match for you." Daisy felt as if her heart were bleeding with pain.

"Daisy, are you trying to piss me off? Cause if you are, then you've done it. I need teach you a lesson." Edward tightened his grasp on Daisy, holding her chin gently, his deep eyes gleamed with a dangerous light.

"I..." Looking at Edward's fierce expression, Daisy was scared. Her tongue was knotted and she could not utter a single word.

"Say it! Huh? Who is a suitable match for me?" Edward's handsome face turned very angry. 'Daisy, I don't care if you love me or not, but you shouldn't have pushed me away. Did my promises seem so ridiculous to you? Didn't they arouse any passion in your heart?'

"Edward, let go of me. You were the one who broke our rules. I told you to stay away from other women in the first place, but you held her in your arms for such a long time." Daisy shook off his hands, looking exasperated. 'He's not the only one with a temper! I have a temper, too!'

Edward was taken aback, but instead of feeling angry, he was somehow amused. He stroked her lips, pursed in anger.

"So you were jealous? Edward smiled temptingly, casting amorous glances at Daisy.

"Humph! I wasn't jealous at all. I just didn't want to interrupt you -- you were so intimate with each other." 'Yes, she was jealous. But she would never reveal it to him.'

"Oh dear! You're so cute. She's only my friend's sister. Not even worth your jealousy." Edward teasingly patted her on the head. Her jealousy only proved that she still cared about him.

"Um..." Daisy was quite speechless. Why did he always embarrass her?

"Cat got your tongue? Why aren't you saying anything?" His anger gone, he began tapping the steering wheel rhythmically with his slim fingers.

Daisy rolled her eyes: Yes, the cat has my tongue. 'A big, amorous cat in a rut, ' she thought.

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