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   Chapter 1805 Life Was Hard To Predict (Part Two)

My Wife is an Aloof Beauty By Di Sheng You Yang Characters: 9169

Updated: 2019-05-24 00:13


"Well. Louisa, this is Leena, my college classmate's girlfriend. We've met before, but I haven't seen her since I left S City." In his second year after meeting Leena, Summer left S City. It was not until a few years later that he returned because of a work opportunity.

"Louisa and I have known each other for a long time, so you don't have to introduce us to each other at all," Leena whispered. It turned out that he had left S City, which was why she lost contact with him.

"Oh, I see. I didn't know that. Your husband is a soldier, right? Then he should know my father-in-law." Summer suddenly clapped his forehead. How could he have forgotten that?

"That's right. It's how I got to know Louisa." Leena chose her words very carefully, fearing that there could be a misunderstanding, as Louisa had liked Kevin once.

"Well, why don't you give me my wallet first?" Louisa suddenly became gentler in front of Summer.

"OK. I almost forgot about it. You are always forgetting it at home." Summer pulled out his purse as he spoke. He seemed to blame Louisa, but Leena noticed that it was the way in which he showed his love for Louisa. It seemed that Louisa's life was not as bad as Leena believed before.

Since they insisted on giving her back the money, she had to accept it. If she didn't, they might think that she didn't respect them.

"Mom. Dad is phoning you. Do you want to answer it?" Just then, Richard suddenly joined them from the car, with Leena's phone in his hand.

"No." Leena was still mad at Kevin, so she refused without hesitation, completely forgetting the existence of Summer and Louisa. When she saw their quizzical looks, she smiled awkwardly and said, "We just had a little fight, so..."

"It turns out you guys also have fights?" It was unclear whether Louisa said this out of ridicule, spite or schadenfreude. Her face was a mask, not giving any hint as to her true feelings.

"No matter how good a couple's relationship is, they will definitely fight with each other. You guys must know this, right?" Leena did not want to think of what Louisa meant. She just sighed.

"You're right. Well. Thank you for your help today, Mrs. Gu. Good-bye!" Louisa was secretly relieved to know that there could be arguments between them too. It turned out that the man she used to love was not above quarreling with his wife.

"If you have time, we talk again at some point. See you." Leena considered that everyone now had families and children, so there was no need to dwell on what happened before.

"If possible, I'll phone you." Louisa found it doubtful that she was ever going to be friends with Leena. However, life was hard to predict. Therefore, she did not reject her directly.

"I will invite yo

The faint smile remained on his face, as he truly loved these games of intrigue with his wife.

By the time he got to the Westin, Leena had already ordered a meal, so he had something to snack on as soon as he got there.

"Daddy, what exactly is your agreement with mama?" Richard asked in a low voice, leaning sideways.

"You really want to know?" Kevin looked at him and thought, 'This kid's curiosity is going to get him into trouble some day. Doesn't he know curiosity kills the cat?'

"Yes. Tell me." Richard really wanted to know what could possibly have made his mother angry for so long, and why he had to suffer the whole afternoon!

"Sorry, no comment." Kevin continued eating calmly, not giving any credence to Richard's outraged expression upon hearing this.

"What? Is it necessary to keep it a secret?" At times like these, Richard was confronted by the divide between adulthood and childhood and he railed against that barrier, as all young adults did. He felt that his father was being spiteful and he momentarily sulked.

"Nana, try some of this." Kevin ladled some of the dishes into Leena's bowl, completely ignoring Richard's distress.

"I don't like it." Leena refused with a frown, shaking her head slightly.

"This is good for your health, go ahead, try it." The oyster that Kevin offered her was not only an aphrodisiac, but also rich in zinc and other minerals.

"Here, eat this, Richard. You are growing." Leena transferred the oyster into Richard's bowl. She didn't want to eat it at all. Kevin glanced at Richard suspiciously as he saw Leena's move.

"Dad, don't look at me like that. I didn't ask for this. Mom put it into my bowl." Richard said innocently, thinking, 'I'm your son. Why are you looking at me like that? It's only an oyster, isn't it? Why are you being so mean?'

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