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Interminable Love For You By White Characters: 10249

Updated: 2020-03-13 00:36


"It's none of your business." She glanced around the room to look for a safe place to hide.

There were no other hiding places in the room besides the sofa and the table. She frowned slightly.

The knock on the door became louder, and the voice of the two men came.

"Open the door quickly, or we will break in."

She became more nervous. She ran to the back of the sofa and squatted down.

"Do you want to hide here?" Moore sneered and looked at the woman who was squatting behind the sofa and trembling. He suddenly felt sorry for her.

"Or what? Where else can I hide? I'll borrow your place for a while. I'll leave right after they leave." After saying that, she lowered her head and shrank her body.

"Come here. Let me teach you the best way to hide." As he spoke, he pulled up Euralia and pushed her down on the sofa.

"What are you doing?" She looked at him in a panic and covered her chest with both hands.

At this moment, the door had been kicked open by the two men.

When they ran their eyes over this room, they saw a young lady on the sofa who was pressed by Moore.

His body was so huge that they couldn't see anything except her long snow-white legs.

"Do you really want to interrupt us?" Moore stared at them coldly.

"I'm sorry, sir, we made a mistake just now."

The two men turned around.

"Remember to close the door for me. Honey, let's continue." Lowering his head, Moore pretended to be intimate with her.

The door was slammed shut. Lying on the bed, Euralia couldn't help but ask in a low voice.

"Are they far away?"

"Not yet. I heard they are outside." Moore made a joke intentionally.

He stared at her red face and had the impulse to kiss her. Was this love at first sight?

Having noticed his facial expression, Euralia widened her eyes and questioned him.

"Why are you looking at me like this?"

"You are so cute." Said Moore directly.

Noticing the ambiguous look in his eyes, Euralia immediately pushed him away.

"Silly you. Don't think that I will thank you for saving me." She stood up, straightened her clothes and said to him coldly.

"A good man deserves a return." He sighed purposely.

"I'm not sure if I can save myself now, so I can't repay you. Just be a good man and give me your phone."

In her own eyes, she was always a grateful person. However, she didn't know why she had an inexplicable sense of familiarity with Moore since she met with him.

She talked to him rudely, as if they had known each other for a long time.

Moore took out his phone and held it up high in the air.

"I can lend you my phone. But shouldn't you thank me first?"

"I can tell at a glance that you are not a good person. A good person never asks for return." Euralia snorted and glanced at him with disdain.

"Okay, okay. I'm so unlucky to meet an ungrateful person like you. Here you are."

Moore guessed that she must have something urgent to deal with, so he didn't delay her.

Euralia got the phone. After a long while, she didn't dial.

'What's his phone number? Why ca

erson who had connections with Scott should not be in low status, and she said her name was Euralia Ou.

If she was the daughter of that family, she wouldn't seem to eat like that and do housework skillfully.

Moore felt it necessary to investigate who she was.

Many years ago, Euralia was adopted by Bill, but his father didn't agree. So there was no news that she was the sister of Bill in other places except A city.

Few people in B city knew the existence of Euralia, so it was normal that Moore didn't know it.

The sound of clinking came from the kitchen after Euralia finished cleaning up the table.

It was true that Moore had overestimated her ability. When he followed her into the kitchen, he saw a pile of dishes on the floor.

"I was not careful just now. I'll clean them up right away. I've told you that I won't live here for free. Don't worry." At the sight of Moore, Euralia thought he was here to supervise her.

She quickly apologized and squatted down to clean up the dishes on the ground.

There was a slight frown between Moore's eyebrows. His heart ached again when he saw her like this.

"Let the servant do it. I'll take you to your room." Bypassing the plates, he took the towel in her hand and threw it into the sink.

"But is that really good? I don't want to owe you too much." She turned around and looked at the messy kitchen.

He didn't say anything more. His face became serious, which made her a little scared.

They had just known each other for half a day, so she should be on the alert.

"I have been to your home for half a day and haven't seen your family yet." She looked around curiously.

The house was beautiful indeed, but there was no warmth. It was a little gloomy and desolate.

All of a sudden, he stopped and turned his head back slowly. There was a trace of sadness in his eyes.

"My family doesn't live here."

"Where did they go?" Euralia didn't stop.

Moore continued to walk forward and then turned around. His steps sounded heavy, as if he was lonely.

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