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   Chapter 385 Cassandra’s Voice Getting Better (Part Two)

The Enchanted Night By Chu Se Characters: 7596

Updated: 2019-07-07 18:22

"Mother, please don't. Whatever it might be that Rufus is doing right now has nothing to do with me anymore. I stopped caring a long time ago."

Deep in her heart, she was so hesitant to tell her mother about the conversation she had with Rufus. She knew full well that her mother would lose her mind and judge her if she found out about their meeting.

"Fine then. I'll keep my nose out of it. But you have to admit, Clark is such a great guy no matter how you look at it. He gave you a comfortable place to stay in, and he took care of everything for you. He even went through lengths like confronting Rufus to get an explanation because it might have an impact on your reputation. As your mother, I would like to encourage you to stop looking back and move on with your life. Just give him a chance to prove himself to you!"

Having a hard time holding it in, Edith began to persuade her daughter. She had been blabbering so much that Cassandra felt like she couldn't breathe.

It was as if her mother was even more worked up than she was. From the way Edith saw things, Clark was a man who was more than capable of taking good care of her daughter and keeping her safe from harm, while Rufus, on the other hand, paled in comparison.

"Mother, please calm yourself down! Yes, I may be going out with Clark now. But those things take time. I'll make my decision once I get to know him better. It's already late. Why don't you just go back to sleep?"

Stretching out her hands, Cassandra pushed her mother back into her bedroom. She just had enough of her mother's incessant talking.

Afterward, she headed back to her own bedroom as well. She got on the bed and sprawled on her back. A smile instantly crept on her face when she indulged herself in reminiscence and remembered how Rufus told her he was sorry, her heart overflowing with so much tenderness.

Up until midnight, all she did was stare right at the ceiling. All of a sudden, the sound of someone playing the piano brought music to her ears. Fairy tale! She must have heard this song more than a thousand times already, but it still brought butterflies in her stomach every single time.

Tossing and turning a little, she was finally able to peacefully fall asleep with a smile on her face.

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the door was closed and the office got peaceful again, Cassandra felt her neck with a hand and wandered in her thoughts. It had been ten days since she stopped drinking the honey Clark gave her. She tipped her hat to Lindsy for helping her realize that things were looking up and her sore throat was making progress.

And although it still hadn't fully healed just yet, at the very least, there was a noticeable improvement, and it was not as awful sounding anymore.

People who would be meeting her for the first time might assume that was her natural voice, and it was horrible.

Cassandra wondered whether there was something that got mixed into the honey to deliberately keep her throat from getting better. Was it the reason why her throat had been sore for so long?

She was thinking back and looking hard into her memory. There had been a lot of instances where Clark had been trying to convince her. He mentioned that the honey would be good for her sore throat, so it would be best to drink it two times a day, one glass upon waking up and the other before going to sleep. He even reminded her mother to ensure that she was really drinking it.

In fact, he was the one who set an appointment with his friend, who was a doctor, to check up on her condition. Upon giving her a diagnosis, the doctor also wrote her a prescription. After that, she did just as she had been advised to and didn't bother going to a hospital any more. Was it Clark's plan all along? Cassandra started to have her doubts.

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