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   Chapter 1321 Extra Story 76 Of Edgar The First Time

Love Crisis By Yue Xia Xiao Hun Characters: 9096

Updated: 2019-09-23 00:14


Maggie's face blushed red in an instant. She knew what he had meant, but she wasn't expecting him to be so nonchalant about it. Not knowing how to respond, she claimed to be sleepy and shut her eyes, pretending to be dead asleep.

"It will be six o'clock in one more hour..." Edgar smiled, glancing at the alarm clock on the bedside table.

"Uncle Three..." Maggie whimpered, "I have had a rigorous work out session with you all night long. I don't think I can climb a mountain today. Uncle Three, may I ask for a leave?"

Alas! Edgar thought that she was just playfully looking for trouble. He wondered if she was giving him signals by calling him in a sweet, seductive voice as she rubbed herself against his body. How could he not feel aroused?

However, Edgar didn't have the heart to disrupt this picture-perfect moment of an angel lying in his arms. At last, he had to let the girl go to sleep and let himself endure it. He had no choice but to stew in his own juice.

However, he didn't mind it at all. How could he? The woman he was in love with was sound asleep in his very arms. Edgar never thought that his happiness would be in the hands of another woman. Fortunately, that woman was where he wanted her to be. Eventually, he drifted off to sleep with Maggie in his eyes.

An hour later, his sleep was rudely interrupted by the ringing of his cell phone. The first thing he looked at was Maggie's discomforted face, so he rejected the call in a hurry. Edgar waited for Maggie to return to her peaceful state and then walked to the balcony to make a phone call.

"Edgar," William's voice came over the phone. "What are you doing?"

Edgar buried his face in his palms, expressing his frustration. Wilson might have told the senior military officer something as soon as he and Maggie left together yesterday. The fact that William called him now was an indication of his assumptions. He weighed out his options in his mind—'Hi, Uncle William, I am in Maggie's dorm...' or 'Sir, I am in bed with Maggie.' What would her father think about that?

Needless to say, Edgar had no intentions of flushing his and her careers down the drain. "Nothing. Sir, what can I do for you?"

William wanted to ask more but he thought of Wilson's warning and laid his urges to rest. "The principal called me again to ask about your opinion. He wanted to know if you would allow them to add more courses for half a month. After all, you will be on holiday and won't be coming back until the exercise on the Dragon Island starts again." He sighed and added, "In fact, I don't want you to go there. Everyone's got their eyes on you now and I am afraid that you will run away to better offers. Although I know you don't wan

calm disposition as he turned around and walked out of the room.

Edgar's lips curved into a smile as his eyes caught sight of the hickeys all over Maggie's body.

While Maggie was in the shower, Edgar cooked a pot of his specialty: egg noodles. However, this was no ordinary egg noodles. The Gu family's unique egg noodles recipe was considered a delicacy amongst the people.

"If you retire from the army in the future, you can work for Mamie. Perhaps with you, her business will be prosperous and she will have many chain shops." Maggie slurped the noodles from her chopsticks.

Edgar laughed out of amusement and took a piece of tissue to wipe her cheeks.

Maggie continued eating happily. How could a person be so happy? This was all too good to be true for Maggie.

Suddenly, Maggie got excited. She didn't notice the tea table until now, when she glanced at it by accident. With eyes wide open, she looked at Edgar with puzzlement. "When did you get that?"

"I picked it up at the flower shop when I went out to get the groceries." Edgar responded casually.

Maggie was so moved by his gesture that she got up to have a closer look at the vase. There wasn't anything extraordinary about it, but the fact that Edgar had bought it for her made it more special.

Maggie was a simple girl who just wanted a man who could easily express his feelings towards her. Needless to say, she wouldn't mind being in the receiving end of romantic gestures. The vase didn't matter to her as much as his thoughtfulness did.

Maggie held the vase with both hands and looked at Edgar, saying, "Edgar, if you don't have any intentions of spoiling me for the rest of your life, don't be so nice to me. Otherwise, if I get used to being treated so nicely, you might have a hard time keeping up with yourself.".

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