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   Chapter 1433 A Drunken Rain (Part Two)

My Wife is an Aloof Beauty By Di Sheng You Yang Characters: 7953

Updated: 2019-04-01 00:02


"Nana, Rain, were you out together?" Kevin asked. "It's none of your concern!" Rain blurted out. He still held hostility towards Kevin.

"Rain!" Leena rebuked him, furrowing her brow. She pinched him hard on the side. She was angered by Rain's attitude.

"Hey, would you stop pinching me? What an ungrateful woman you are! I've been so nice to you, but instead, you hurt me for another," Rain said bitterly, rubbing at his bruised skin. He felt heart broken; the reason why he had always held hostility towards Kevin was that Kevin was now more important in her eyes.

Amused by Leena's move, Kevin tried his best to hold back his laughter. He felt great having such a sweet and loyal wife.

"Rain!" Leena coughed dryly, embarrassed by Rain's statement. She hadn't expected Rain to say it out loud, and Kevin must now think her a rude woman.

"Stop coughing, okay? Kevin already saw your true colors now," Rain said, walking to the elevator, and leaving them behind.

"Rain, where are you going?" Leena called in confusion. She couldn't understand why he was going to the elevator, and not back home.

"Aren't you going to invite me in? How rude? I'm so disappointed in you!" Rain said coldly, looking Leena in the eye.

"Uh...sorry. I thought that you would be going back home now." Leena apologized, rubbing at her nose in embarrassment, concerned that she had gone too far and offended Rain.

"Let's go in," Kevin said, indifferent to the sudden tension. Leena had been in low spirits recently, and he thought it was not a bad idea to have Rain for company to cheer her up.

Rain didn't want to go back home now. There would be no one waiting for him, and he would be alone and bored there. So, he decided to stay at Leena and Kevin's house instead. They entered the house. Rain walked towards the couch, and leaned casually against it, while Leena went upstairs to change her clothes.

"What would you like to drink, coffee or tea?" Kevin offered from the kitchen.

"Is there a third option?" Rain asked spitefully, intending to make things difficult for Kevin.

"Yes, there is. So, you want water?" Kevin replied seriously, as if he didn't realize Rain's intention.

"Ha ha! Kevin, can you stop being so serious? Never mind, give me coffee, please." Rain was upset that Kevin had avoided his plan, and he was unable to be difficult any further.

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beloved sworn sister, and he shouldn't do that.

"No, I want Leena to cook for me," Rain insisted. His eyes had gone a little red, like he was about to cry.

"Fine, I'll cook. But, I have to warn you first, I'm not a good cook." Entering the kitchen, Leena winked at Kevin, silently asking him not to argue with Rain.

"Hey, Kevin. Do you have any wine? Let's drink together," Rain said, rubbing his nose to cover his emotions. Rain didn't know why he missed a sense of home, when seeing Leena and Kevin together. He anguished and almost lost control.

"Yes, we have," Kevin said, but made no move to fetch any. Rain had drunk enough. Leena had told him about the story of Rain and Annie, but he hadn't met the mystery woman.

"Kevin, you know what? You are so lucky to have married Leena. But, you had better promise to never hurt her, otherwise I'll not spare you," Rain stammered, the liquor he had consumed catching up to him now.

"I know. I'll always thank god that I met her." Kevin smiled, unavoidably happy. Seeing Kevin's joy made Rain feel even more dejected.

"What a lucky dog you are! She is our little princess, but you stole her away!" Rain said darkly. Rain took a sip of his coffee. It was bitter, but he liked it, for his heart was filled with bitterness. He had met the detective this afternoon; he had said that they had tried their best to look for Annie, but had failed, finding no sign of her. They guessed that Annie might have left the world. Rain had had a tantrum upon hearing the news, and had almost thrown the detective out of the window.

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