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   Chapter 1652 An Accident (Part Two)

My Wife is an Aloof Beauty By Di Sheng You Yang Characters: 6419

Updated: 2019-05-02 01:43

"Hey Rain," Sanford greeted Rain in a rather hoarse voice. It was the first time that Rain had initiated to call him this early in the morning.

"I want to see Cyrus now! Otherwise there will be consequences and he should know what they are," Rain demanded. He did not sugarcoat his words anymore.

"Huh? What's the matter?" Sanford could tell that Rain was angry but he had no idea why. What did Cyrus do to get on his nerves?

"Ask him yourself. Tell him if he doesn't want to get arrested, he should see me right now!" Rain threw the phone aside. 'Damn it,' he thought. 'Why did the accident have to take place now out of all the times that it could?' His plans to get Annie back were sabotaged by the circumstances and he could not do anything about it.

Sanford hung up trembling. It was the first time he had encountered Rain's anger. Fortunately for him, he did not have to see Rain throw a fit in person. Otherwise, Rain would have channeled all his rage to Sanford.

Rain drove faster than he usually would; he drove recklessly until he arrived at the hospital where he found that the ambulances had not come back.

"Are you alright?" Tom asked, worried and concerned about the condition of his friend. However, Rain kept a straight face and Tom could not help but wonder if he was successful last night.

"I'm fine. Do all that you can to aid the injured and don't worry about quoting me the medical bills." As Rain had been treated meanly when he was little, he always told himself that all people should be treated equally regardless of their social statuses and social standing; he showed no prejudice and practiced equality as much as he could.

Tom laughed at the man. "Look how generous the cold hearted man actually is," Tom teased Rain for the first time. Rain was older than Tom so Tom was always tiptoeing around Rain out of respect.

"Stop beating your gums. Are all the doctors

d, you and I are good friends. So much that I accompanied you to that celebration. I didn't come there with personal agendas. Please, don't get me wrong." Fred, after all, could not find a female companion to take to S City so Annie was kind enough to come with him. If it were for any other reason, Annie would not have come back. The city held too many sad memories for her that she could not escape. But Fred suspected her of being ill-intentioned and that offended her. She did not like being misunderstood. As much as she could, Annie tried to maintain the purity of her integrity.

"I know. Please, don't be angry. I really didn't mean anything offensive. It was just a casual question I mindlessly asked." Fred wiped the sweat off his head. Annie was different; she was of distinct personality and she did not like it whenever other people questioned her.

"Forget it. Let's just go." Annie immediately lost her appetite, so she got up and left, knowing real well that Fred would follow her.

Annie still remembered how she sadly walked along the same streets alone. It had been more than four years, but she still remembered so vividly. Even if Fred was with her now, she still felt lonely and isolated because the man who was with her was not the man she loved most.

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