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My Wife is an Aloof Beauty By Di Sheng You Yang Characters: 6858

Updated: 2019-02-14 04:08

"Okay, I'll talk to you tonight." Leena bit her lip. Her face was pale. She thought the world of Kevin and was afraid to lose him. It was unnerving to see him swing round and just walk off. She couldn't imagine her life without him.

"Okay. Take care. I have to go." Kevin tucked the escaped tendrils of Leena's hair behind her ear, wearing an affable smile. Leena's insides warmed.

"Bye." Leena reluctantly let go of Kevin's hand and watched his tall and handsome figure get inside the military Hummer. Lee was in the driver seat. She didn't turn her gaze until she saw the car vanish in the heavy traffic.

"Miss Leng, are you all right?" Summer, who had followed them outside the coffee shop, asked in a concerned tone. He detected a trace of sadness on Leena's expression.

"Oh, yes. I'm fine. Nice of you to ask." Leena composed herself and dragged her attention back to Summer. A small smile graced her lips, making her appear even more beautiful.

"I'm sorry. I didn't know you were married." Summer felt a sense of deep loss. He had been attracted to Leena at the very first sight and wanted to pursue her passionately. But to his intense disappointment, this beauty was already married.

"I should have told you earlier. Now you know why I didn't give you a chance." Leena did not like to trifle with other men's affections. She was used to nipping their adoration in the bud before they got out of hand.

"I hate to be blunt, but I don't understand. Why did you marry a military officer? You're beautiful, vivacious and charming. You would find it hard to adapt to the lonely life," Summer couldn't resist asking, although he knew it was uncalled for.

"Sorry, but I don't think it's any of your business." Displeasure wrinkled Leena's forehead. She didn't like others prying into her private matters. This was the first time that she had met Summer. She couldn't open her heart to a man she barely knew.

"You're right. I ought not to have asked you such a thing. I'm sorry for going too far. Don't be mad at me. I think we ca

me a few minutes to rearrange these again.'

"Okay. Sorry again, Daisy. I'll talk to you later." Realizing that there was no time to lose, Kevin stood up and strode to the Commander's office.

"Senior Colonel Ouyang, let me help you." Lee, who had followed Kevin, bent down to pick up Daisy's papers.

"Thank you, Lee. What happened to Kevin? He seems a little absent-minded. It's not like how he usually is," Daisy asked him, still frowning at what happened.

"Err… I have no idea. Maybe it's because of his wife." Lee stood up and handed over the documents to Daisy. He didn't intend to tell Daisy what he had seen at the coffee shop.

"Leena? Didn't you go out on business? How is this related to her?" Daisy's expression was puzzled. Although Leena sometimes acted like a willful child, she was also intelligent and sensible. She didn't make trouble.

"Well, it's a long story. You'd better ask Major General Gu for details. I'm not privy to this matter, so I should keep quiet," Lee said in embarrassment and touched his forehead.

"Okay, I see. You can go now." Daisy turned around and walked into her office. There was no point in forcing Lee to spill the beans. As Kevin's guard, he wouldn't tell her about Kevin's personal affairs. He couldn't break his trust with his Major General. It was a strict code of practice that he had to adhere to.

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