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   Chapter 306 Are You Jealous

My Wife is an Aloof Beauty By Di Sheng You Yang Characters: 8380

Updated: 2018-10-21 00:38

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ISBN: 978-1729235140

Daisy placed her hands around his neck and enjoyed the kiss. She felt lucky that she was loved by such an extraordinary man, that her love for Edward had a happy ending and that her dream came true. She asked for no fame and fortune. All she wanted was to spend the rest of her life with him.

"Now, tell me what happened?" asked Edward. He let go of Daisy and fixed his gaze on her. He wanted to know the answer.

"Nothing, I was just feeling a little depressed," replied Daisy. Daisy tried to avoid eye contact with him, in case he saw something in her eyes.

"Honey, I don't buy it! I love you, so I can sense the subtle change in your behavior. You can't fool me," said Edward. He frowned and started to fix her rumpled hair. She couldn't tell what he was thinking.

"Honey, I don't want to talk about it right now. Give me some time, Okay?" said Daisy in a gooey voice. Every time she spoke in this voice, she got what she wanted. In this regard, Edward was like every other man, proud and childish.

"Alright! But you look ugly now." said Edward. He gently caressed her cheek, then held her tightly and kissed her repeatedly. She was very dear to him.

"Edward, you promised not to make fun of me," complained Daisy. She left his hug and looked at him sadly. She knew she looked ugly but she didn't want to hear it from Edward.

"Yes, I promised. But that was a moment ago. The promise is invalid now," teased Edward. He did it on purpose, to make her argue with him. He wanted her to be lively instead of being depressed. He blamed himself for her sadness.

"Humph! I know I'm not as pretty and charming as your ex-girlfriends. That's why you don't like me," said Daisy. Knowing his intentions, she joked with him. She pretended to be offended, ran straight to the sofa and sat down.

"Honey, are you jealous?" asked Edward. He casually walked up to her and gazed down at her with a meaningful look on his face. She could make fun of him as long as she was amused.

"Fuck off, I'm not jealous at all," Daisy looked up at him. Suddenly she felt anxious.

"Daisy, you're swearing again," Edward frowned. An aloof beauty like Daisy could also swear under some circumstances. How peculiar she was.

"Phew! Don't make a fuss. I swear frequently and you know that. Luckily you're not one of my soldiers. They've heard filthier words," said Daisy casually. She rolled her eyes. What else could she do? You couldn't be too graceful if you stayed in the army for as long as she di

Instead of stepping inside the office after knocking as usual, she waited outside the office. Because she knew Mrs. Mu was in the office.

"What's he doing here?" asked Edward. He was a little worried. What if she woke up suddenly and saw Leo?

"I have no idea. I asked him to wait in the sitting room because you said you don't want to be disturbed," Anna didn't understand the strange relationship between Edward and Leo. But she wasn't curious about it. As Edward's secretary, she had to be cautious with everything she did and she knew well about the boundaries. Otherwise, she'd be in trouble.

"Okay! I will go there and meet him. If Daisy wakes up, tell her I'm in the sitting room and I'll be back soon," said Edward. Worrying about Daisy, he was reluctant to leave her alone even for a second. He was afraid she would feel lost if she didn't see him when she woke up. But he had to figure out what Leo wanted.

"Okay, Mr. Mu, I got it," smiled Anna. Mr. Mu was being considerate towards a woman. This had never happened before. It seemed that Mr. Mu really loved Mrs. Mu.

Edward looked at the office door and then walked towards the sitting room. He wanted to know why Leo was here, 'Is he here to talk about Mary? Or he just needs my answer? Anyway, I despise him, even if he is Daisy's father. If he wasn't overwhelmed by hatred, Daisy would have been in a different situation now. But in that case, would I have been able to marry Daisy?' The thought of not being married to Daisy terrified Edward. Now he felt confused. Should he hate Leo or thank him? If it hadn't been for Leo's hatred for Daisy, Edward would never have the chance to marry her.

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