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   Chapter 158 Business Relationship

Head Over Heels By Man Yaorao Characters: 9489

Updated: 2020-03-12 00:12


He had thought that there was a basic trust between them. It was not until this time that she realized how fragile their trust was. Thinking about the past, she felt bitter in her heart.

In their villa, Heidy woke up from her dream. Looking at nothing next to her, she couldn't help but think of the argument with Hearst last night. She lowered her head and smiled bitterly. Now, she didn't know what to do.

She lifted the quilt, washed herself and had breakfast. When she was about to go out, she was stopped by the servant. On seeing this, Heidy frowned, "What's wrong?"

The servant stopped in front of her and said in an apologetic tone, "Mrs. Heidy, Mr. Hearst has told me that you need to have a good rest at home these days, so you don't have to go out."

With her eyes wide open, Heidy was shocked. She raised her voice, "You don't allow me to go out? Is he going to ground me?"

The servant lowered his head and said apologetically, "We don't know, Mrs. Heidy. I hope you don't make things difficult for us."

With obvious anger on her face, Heidy was about to rush out angrily. However, she saw that several servants were standing in her way and did not give her any chance. "Where is Hearst?" Heidy shouted very loudly.

"He is in the yard," the servant answered softly.

Then she turned around and walked quickly into the yard. Heidy walked towards him with a straight face and flames of anger in her eyes. When she came to the yard, she indeed saw Hearst reading materials there in a relaxed manner.

She furiously walked forward, picked up the document and threw it on the ground. "Hearst, what do you mean? Do you want to keep me at home? There is a lot of work for me to handle in the company. What do you want to do?"

He looked at him calmly and answered without any trace of emotion, "You don't have to wait until next month. I will let you start to wait for the birth in advance."

Looking at his face, she said sullenly, "You are forcing me. I promised you next month, not now."

"You promised me that you would consider for our child, but you didn't keep your promise," said Hearst coldly.

Thinking of those photos, she grabbed his collar and said anxiously, "Why don't you believe me? I told you, the woman in those pictures is not me."

Hearing her argument, he put on a cold face and grabbed her hands, "I don't want to know whether those photos are fake or not, but you'd better stay at home and have a good rest. All the things can wait until the baby is born."

"That's impossible. I have an important meeting to attend, so I have to go out," said Heidy in a tough tone.

Noticing that she was preoccupied with her work, anger burned in his eyes. Standing up, he looked down at her, "In your heart, is work so important?"

Without any hesitation, she replied firmly, "Yes, it's v

ua family, the steward was surprised to see the appearance of Heidy, "My lady, why do you come back?"

Without saying anything, she said in a low voice, "Nothing, I'm missing home..." Then she supported by the spiral staircase, walking upstairs with difficulty.

The butler was confused to see her face, but he didn't ask.

She went back to her room, as if she had lost all her strength, and slowly lay in bed. She stared at the ceiling blankly. Her face was as pale as a piece of paper.

With tears rolling in her eyes, she hurriedly wiped them away as they were about to fall. So that she could smile and tell herself that she hadn't cried.

The quarrel with Hearst came to her mind, and her heart was filled with pain. She knew that Hearst still loved her. Otherwise, he could totally ignore her feelings.

She just didn't understand why they could come to this. They both cared about each other. She cared about her baby too, but why did she say that.

Lowering her head and looking at her full belly, Heidy stopped trembling and said apologetically, "I'm sorry, my child. What mom said just now is not true. Mom was just so angry with Dad that I said something that would hurt you. I'm sorry. I just don't want to be tied up."

She had been grounded these days. She was worried about the Hua Group, and she was annoyed by the way Hearst behaved. The accumulated resentment in recent days burst out at this moment, and it became uncontrollable. In fact, she had already regretted when she said it, but she stubbornly refused to take back those words.

She was as proud as Hearst. They must have had a lot of conflicts when they lived together.

She lay on her side, and her palm fell on the pillow. The pillow was wet all over. With a bitter smile, she slowly closed her eyes and fell asleep.

In the dark night, Heidy curled up like a child without a sense of safety.

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