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   Chapter 155 Not Letting You Bargain On This One

Waiting For a Girl Like You By Vegetable Characters: 7641

Updated: 2019-06-25 04:28

Terence stood outside, listening by the bathroom door. He felt there was something fishy going on. Carla didn't usually make him wait like this.

"D-Don't worry! I'll be finished soon!" Carla replied with panic present in her voice. After washing herself roughly, she went outside and her eyes met Terence's worried ones.

"Carla, can you tell me what's wrong?"

he asked, frowning. Something was indeed fishy today. She wasn't acting like herself.

Carla was drying her hair with a towel. "There's nothing wrong. I'm fine. If I am not feeling energetic today, it's because I am not used of not working. I am usually busy with work and frequently work overtime."

Terence couldn't help but grin. "You should know that you now are my woman. I would rather have you not do anything than work yourself to death like a horse.

If money is your concern, I can make more than enough. The only thing you need to do is to love me and enjoy life with me. Get used to it!"

Then he wrapped an arm around her shoulders, leading both of them into the bedroom.

Carla gave a moonlit smile, leaning her head on his shoulder. "What if I couldn't get used to it, hm?"

Terence answered, "Well, I don't think you'll really get used to it. After all, you still get a lot of work to do. Once you have wedded into the An family, there are many tasks waiting for you. The An family is huge and many domestic affairs will be entrusted to you."

Terence took the towel from her hair and dried her hair with it carefully and gently.

As An family's future hostess, Carla would have to deal with a lot of things. They might be in the clan itself or their own family.

Even if her responsibility sounded big on her shoulders, he would be there for her and make sure she didn't carry the burden all by herself.

Carla sat down on the sofa, chewing on her lower lip. Wasn't he going to her the truth?

Would she be able to marry him? Would she be able to share the responsibilities for him?

In marriage, love and responsibilities would go hand in hand. Was she even qualified to take on those responsibilities? Many questions rang in Carla's head.

Terence used the hairdryer on her hair, snapping her out of her thoughts. His dark eyes were filled with concern. "Carla, seriously. What

"So yours will be over in two days, if I recall correctly," he added.

"Hmph!" Carla grunted and fell asleep.

Terence sighed and gave a peck on her lips softly. He suppressed his urges and only closed his eyes.

The next morning, Terence woke up early and decided to make breakfast for her. He knew that she loved porridge so he cooked it for her.

Terence called out, "Carla, you better have breakfast now. I have something to show you later."

It was already 9 AM when he called her.

She stretched up lazily as she yawned. Then she quickly sat on the bed.

"Something to show me? What is it?" She asked curiously.

She drank a cup of water and took a sip of the porridge. She smiled happily. It was very delicious.

Terence replied, "You'll find out once we get there. It's a surprise."

Bonnie had done such an evil thing to Carla. How could he just let it go so easily?

Not to mention, besides Bonnie, there was the other group in Hua family that wanted to harm Carla. Before he found out the other group, he would just pin them all onto Bonnie first. As for the other group, they wouldn't be able to survive for long.

Terence was certain that after today's show, he would be calling off the engagement to Bonnie.

Carla savored the porridge happily and gazed at Terence's serious face. She couldn't help but ponder on what he was thinking. Then she only shrugged and took her last spoonful of porridge.

Once breakfast was finished, they both prepared themselves to leave home together.

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