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   Chapter 313 It’s Okay If You Don’t Remember Me

The Spoiled Girl By Lan Ke Ke Characters: 8707

Updated: 2019-04-06 00:03


Emily shook her head as if to clear it. Then she put away her phone and went to put Beryl to sleep.

After a while, Emily lay in her own bed. It was already midnight but her mind was chaotic that she couldn't sleep just yet. Emily had been having nightmares recently--tossing and turning through the night. She often dreamed of dark, mysterious places and when she jolted awake, her heart would be pounding rapidly.

Emily handed Beryl off to Zoe and left right away without even having breakfast first.

She was driving at full speed at a relatively empty road when a child suddenly crossed the road. She didn't have time to slam on the brakes so she steered her car to the side as fast as she could.

Boom! Her car hit a black Aston Martin that was parked on the side of the road.

The child was stunned by the crash. Before he could do anything, his parents rushed to the scene, took him away and disappeared at the end of the road. Neither of them wanted to get into trouble since there was no possibility that they could afford the damages of two luxury cars.

Emily was a bit relieved because she was able to swerve on time and the child was fine. But then she realized that the black Aston Martin wasn't empty. 'There's a man in the car? Oh god, I hope he's fine.'

Before Emily could step out of her car, the man inside the black Aston Martin had already stepped out and was walking towards Emily's car.

This was the last thing that Jack expected to happen. He'd already had enough with Jacob nowadays and this one time that he was in the mood for a ride and his car got hit! On top of that, he wasn't even driving! What a bad day!

He initially thought to just ask his assistant to deal with the driver but he was in a mood and he wanted to talk to this person directly. He was even considering giving the driver a taste of his fist and maybe then a small sum of money afterwards for the damages.

"What the hell is wrong with…" Jack already had his hand reached out ready to pull the driver's door open when Emily stepped out. He froze and he looked horrified as if he'd just seen a ghost.

All his anger flew out the window. Jack felt as if he was just dumped with a bucket of ice water over his head.

"I'm really sorry, I swerved and I was avoiding the kid who was in the middle of the road. I didn't see you parked there so I didn't mean to hit your car, don't worry I'll pay for all the damages," Emily said apologetically as she took out her phone and dialed the number of a traffic enforcer or the police probably.

Emily knew that when she decided to go here that sh

ing to use another car, don't worry," Jack said awkwardly.

"Doesn't matter, I'm fine," Emily said dismissively, "Thank you, sir, but I don't need a ride." Emily didn't want to ever go back to her old life again and while, she didn't mind bumping into anyone from her old life that didn't mean that she was going to let them infiltrate her perfectly fine life now. There was no way she was going to let that happen. Emily walked away, her heels clicking.

Jack tried to run after her but an officer stopped him and handed him a piece of paper, "Sir, please check if our estimate on the damages is correct. You can sign here if everything looks good to you."

Jack pushed the police away and said, "I'm fine, I don't need them to pay for anything."

But he was too late because Emily had already hailed a cab and left. There was no way Jack could catch up with her now.

He slumped and glared at the officer.

"Sir…" The officer was confused--he was just trying to do his job. Emily's assistant piped in, cutting him off, "Is there a problem?" She already knew about Jack so she knew that it was useless for the police to try to talk to him.

When Jack realized that she was Emily's assistant, he changed his demeanor, "She's an old friend, it's okay, I'll deal with it on my own."

Both the assistant and the officer stared at him then at the damaged car in disbelief--they even exchanged glances.

'What did he just say?

Fix the car by himself? Seriously?'

But Jack wasn't paying any attention to them. He was still looking towards the direction where Emily's cab had driven off. His head was spinning so he raised a hand and slapped himself on the face as if to convince himself that this was all real indeed.

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