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   Chapter 225 Something Happened To Elsa

Head Over Heels By Man Yaorao Characters: 9485

Updated: 2020-03-29 00:04


On weekends, both Heidy and Hearst would get their job done. It was just because of Dylan's interruption that Hearst appeared quite busy. It was not until noon that Hearst came out of the study. In the yard, seeing him with a tired look, Heidy gently rubbed his temples and gently asked, "Will it be better?"

With his eyes closed, Hearst lay in his chair and replied in a low voice, "Yes, I'm feeling much better now. Heidy, I'm too busy these days to care about you and the baby."

Hearing this, Heidy replied with a smile, "It doesn't matter. In fact, I'm useless. I can't help you. Hearst, I'm afraid I'm a burden on you."

Then he opened his eyes and held her hand. Seeing her worried face, Hearst comforted him, "Fool, it is okay. A woman doesn't need to be strong. For me, you are my greatest strength. I was not afraid of losing before, and I could afford to lose. But now, I don't allow myself to lose."

Hearing his words, Heidy slowly leaned her head against him. "Well, thank you. I'm glad to hear that. By the way, how is the competition between you and Dylan?" Heidy asked and smiled.

Hearst lowered his head and kissed her on her hair, replying, "well, it's fine. Dylan stirred up trouble in my company and I will teach him a lesson. Right now, some of the people didn't agree on with Dylan in the Xi Group. Because in this period of time, since the fierce competition started, we have asked some companies to levy economic sanction against the Xi Group."

With a smile, Heidy said, "It seems that the overall strength of the J.Y Group is greater than that of the Xi Group."

"Yes. Dylan is not in A city now. He has rushed back to handle the company's problems. The next election will be affected if the matter is not settled," added Hearst.

Knowing that Dylan was not in A city, she let out a sigh of relief. In any case, as long as he was not here, she would be much relieved. "It would be great if Dylan could come across the air crash. But that is not a good idea, since some innocent people would be involved," said Heidy, sighing.

With a teasing smile, he caressed her head and teased, "Honey, don't worry. We don't need it. I can handle him. But he is a strong competitor, and it will take him a little more time."

In her eyes, Hearst was a tough guy. Thinking of this, Heidy smiled brilliantly, "Well, I believe you. Honey, you are the best."

On her side, Hearst was holding her chin, leaning his lips against her ear, and said, "What? I like you call me like that a few more times."

Though marrying for such a long time, Heidy called him by his name. Only when she was delighted would she change her way of calling him. "No, I'm embarrassed," said Heidy shyly.

"Don't worry. No one will hear you." Then he said like a rascal, "You have to say it."

Seeing that he was so sure, Heidy

tside.

When she walked out of the ward, she saw the nanny crying on the corridor, full of guilt. At the sight of this, Heidy stepped forward, squatted down and said calmly, "Go back. You can't work at home because Elsa got injured today. We offered you a good salary, but you wanted to earn money in this way regardless of Elsa's health."

Hearing that, the nanny apologized, "Mrs. Heidy, I didn't expect that. I just thought that the shop was promoting the milk powder, and I didn't expect that there was a problem with milk powder. I remember that the boss who promoted the products said that he did business with Mr. Hearst's company. I think the milk powder will be okay."

Hearing this, Heidy's eyes squinted immediately. "They mentioned the J.Y Group?"

The nanny nodded and answered honestly, "Yes. I thought that Mr. Hearst's company is large, so I trust that milk powder shop."

Upon hearing the news, Heidy sensitively perceived that something was wrong. "Give me the address of the milk powder shop, and then leave home," said Heidy quietly.

The nanny nodded, told the address of the milk powder and left. Holding the address in her hand, she looked very serious. She knew it was not a coincidence that Elsa's milk powder was replaced this time. It must be someone deliberately targeting Elsa. There was only one purpose to target Elsa.

She could not help but recall Dylan's warning and threat a few days ago. Thinking of this, she asked nervously, "Is he going to take action?"

When she went back to the ward, she saw Hearst sitting next to Elsa and holding her hand tightly. She had planned to tell him her guess, but she gave up at last. If he knew that, it would only make Hearst feel more guilty.

She turned around and leaned against the wall, looking helpless. Staring at the ceiling, she murmured, "What should I do to help solve the problem for him?"

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