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   Chapter 140 Let's Face The Same Enemy

Love Takes Time By Yue Mo Characters: 10064

Updated: 2020-02-23 00:02


Suddenly her wrist was grabbed, and then a strong force brought her to walk. She had to look up at the man in front of her. He had just come out of the bath, and the water on his body was apparently not wiped clean. At this moment, several transparent white shirts had been in the white shirt, which was a little inviting while the white skin underneath.

When Leila realized what she was thinking, she quickly looked at the place he brought her.

The buildings of the farm were remote, far away from the hustle and bustle of the city. There were only unknown cicadas in the surrounding, and such a scene made people feel relaxed and happy.

"Sure enough, the farm is the most comfortable."

Hearing this, Leila stopped talking immediately. She pursed her lips, and she knew clearly that Max didn't like her to be nosy. Most of the time, it was the best choice for her to remain silent.

"Yes. You don't have to go to the apartment. You can come here directly."

Leila looked up in shock, her eyes shining in the darkness. She looked at him incredulously, and Max, looking far away.

Following his sight, she saw fireflies that she had never seen in the city!

These bugs were so cute, like bugs at night. She only met them in the wild camp organized by the school when she was very young. She saw them again after so many years, as if she had traveled through time. She asked expectantly, "Can I go there and have a look?"

Max responded in a low voice. Before he finished speaking, he saw her dashing over, and a smile involuntarily appeared at the corners of his mouth.

Perhaps it was because of her violent movement that the fireflies that had been staying on the grass flashed and flew away. Leila chased them all the way. Finally, Leila caught the firefly and found that she had run out of the farm.

When she came to her senses, the feeling of being wrapped in darkness surged up again. The fireflies in her hands found a chance to slip away, so she was the only one in the empty space.

"Max?"

She called his name tentatively, and then heard her voice, which was as soft as a mosquito's and was trembling.

She stood there and didn't know what to do.

"You are full of energy running so far."

A cold voice came from behind, which sounded like the sound of nature. Leila trembled and turned around to hold his waist. Hearing that, Max paused. Feeling that the little woman who was holding him tightly, and knowing that her weakness of being afraid of darkness would come up again, he couldn't help but frown and an unknown emotion spread over.

He held her up sideward and went straight back, leaving her slightly trembling body in his arms.

Leila kept hold of his shirt until it was deformed. She looked up and saw his chin and his thin lips which were often pressed together under the moonlight.

Her panic and uneasiness were dispersed. With a smile at the corners of her mouth, she buried her head in his arms and closed her eyes, feeling his heartbeat.

When he w

s heading to the company too. So, she hurried asked Robert to stop the car.

Robert had noticed Wendi earlier and slowed down on purpose so that Leila could notice her.

After turning at the car, Wendi cast a glance at Robert and said, "Mr. Bai seems to be driving slower than usual."

Being seen through ruthlessly, Robert did not explain. He took a look at her from the rearview mirror and then looked away.

Leila was keenly aware of the weird atmosphere between Robert and Wendi, but she didn't say anything. The atmosphere in the car was awkward.

"Your car hasn't been repaired yet?"

Leila couldn't stand it anymore. Wendi nodded and said, "It's under repair. I think it'll take four or five days."

"So you go to work by foot all the time?"

Leila was a little surprised. If she remembered correctly, it would take 20 minutes to drive to their home. She walked to work and wore such high heels. Such a endurance was not something an ordinary person could endure.

"I don't like to take bus and subway. It's disgusting to touch people."

So Wendi said calmly. Leila knew her well, so she didn't ask any more.

Robert's eyes were deep and his face was unpredictable.

They finally arrived at the company. Leila was walking with Wendi side by side. She asked, "What's going on between you and Robert?"

Wendi cast a gentle glance at her and said with a smile, "Have you ever heard that they are mutually exclusive?"

Leila understood that they really had similar dispositions. When they were together, it would make her feel like she was looking in the mirror. The first sight she saw in the mirror was always a weakness, so this was the case for her and Robert.

Magnetic field were similar to each other, and they would be rejected. Thus, the conflicts would eventually turn into incompatible states of water and fire.

With a smile on her lips, Leila said, "Not exactly. Maybe you will be friends."

Hearing her words, Wendi raised her eyebrows and said, "I hope so."

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