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   Chapter 967 Getting Closer

Cold CEO Vs. Sweet Wife By Shi Liu Xiao Jie Characters: 7673

Updated: 2019-09-12 00:12

Upon hearing what Julie had said, Zed couldn't help but wish Jean could be as thoughtful as her.

"Thank you for the dinner. I enjoyed it very much, and I had a great evening with you!" Julie held her glass of water high and toasted.

Zed smiled raising his glass of water and clinked it with hers. "Excuse me for asking, why are you staying in a hotel around this area?" Zed asked.

He had bumped into her yesterday and wondered.

Julie frowned and sighed. "I... When you gave me the large sum of money after you had fired me, I wanted to use the money to buy that hotel that you just bought, to be honest. And I enjoyed working at the J hotel. I thought managing a hotel might be a better career for me. However, by the time I weighed up my options, you had already bought it. I guess it's nice to be rich," said Julie.

When Zed heard what Julie had said, he felt a bit awkward. "What a coincidence that you had the same thoughts. It is indeed in a great location to run a business."

"I can't argue with that. That's so interesting that we both had the same thoughts," said Julie with a smile and nodded to show her agreement.

Zed complimented, "You're a great partner to work with."

"You too. But there was someone who didn't cherish this partnership and had me fired," Julie said with bitterness in her voice.

"Ah, I guess you have taken it to heart then," Zed replied. He lowered his head and had a sip of water out of awkwardness.

"Don't worry. I'm not an evil person. I am just teasing you. For the sake of this amazing dinner, I won't hold a grudge against you," remarked Julie.

She looked at Zed and continued, "However, if you buy me a drink, I'll totally forgive you."

"Drinks? Right now?" asked Zed.

"Yeah. Why not? It's getting dark. Don't you think it's a good idea to have a drink in a nice bar to help you unwind? But if you don't have the time, never mind," Julie suggested tentatively.

Zed had drunk wine last night, so she was sure that Zed fought with Jean again. However, his reaction to Julie today didn't show much resistance. She believed now was the best chance for her to get intimate with him.

Zed pondered on the idea for a moment. The fact that he had nowhere to go, and that he might end up at some random bar by himself pas

care about your girlfriend, but she is going to feel a little bit of pain. There's not much that I can do about that. She is severely dehydrated and has to have the IV, whether it's painful or not, okay?"

"I understand, but could you try your best to be as gentle as possible so she won't feel too much pain. Please! She doesn't feel good already," James asked the nurse again.

The nurse was interrupted by James once again. She shook her head and sighed.

"Don't worry about him. Please, just make it quick," said Jean.

"See, your girlfriend isn't as weak as you think!" Now that Jean had spoken up, the nurse smiled and felt more at ease then started the process.

James gazed at Jean and smiled proudly. "She's a tough girl."

He felt very pleased that the nurse assumed that Jean was his girlfriend. The thought of that made him feel warm inside.

When the nurse had left, James sat by her bed and stared at the IV drops. He was worried about Jean, so he fussed over her and kept asking if she needed anything in the hope of comforting her.

"James, I'm an adult. You don't have to worry so much. You can go home and have some rest," said Jean as she glanced over at him with bleary eyes.

"No! I'm going to wait for you to finish the IV and then drive you home. How can I leave you in the hospital by yourself?" replied James. He then reached over and gently pulled her hair to the side for her.

"What... what are you doing?" Jean suddenly asked. She wasn't used to being touched by another man.

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