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   Chapter 370 Rear-end Collision

Trapped In Lace By Six Characters: 10117

Updated: 2020-05-04 00:25

In Rachel's opinion, Marcus was no exception. He must have been tired of the family affairs, so he was involuntarily attracted by the simple, unsophisticated, honest girl who would do anything and say anything according to her personality, such as Celia.

But her character was the most annoying part.

Rachel couldn't figure out why Celia thought that she was the one who told the truth and believed it so firmly?

The traffic was flowing slowly. Rachel stepped on the gas and slowly followed the car in front of her, but her mind was wandering about something else. She didn't even notice when the car in front of her stopped. When she just reacted and was about to step on the brake, she stepped on the gas for no reason.

The car bumped into the back of the car in front of it, and a big pit was immediately caved in.

The owner of the car in front of her immediately got out of the car. Seeing this, his face turned red with anger. He rolled up his sleeves, pointed at the front of Rachel's car and roared, "Get out!"

He pointed at the sunken area and roared, "It's your first day to drive? How could you hit my car like this? Don't touch it again!"

It was indeed her fault, but Rachel couldn't bear it that the guy kept cursing her. Rachel frowned slightly and said, "I'm sorry, I will pay for the repair of your car."

The man's face softened a little and said, "No need. You just give me the money. I'll fix it myself."

Rachel asked, "How much do you need?"

Unexpectedly, the man demanded an exorbitant price. He raised two fingers and shook them, "20 thousand dollars."

After a moment of silence, Rachel took out her phone and called the traffic police and the insurance staff over without saying a word. She said lightly, "I thought it was my fault before and thought it would be less trouble. But now I feel that since the accident happened, it's better to go through the normal process."

The man pointed at Rachel angrily and was about to scold her, but was interrupted by her phone ring. He could do nothing but watch her get into the car again to answer the phone.

It was Jack. He asked in a tired voice, "Are you home?"

Rachel shook her head, "Not yet. It's still five o'clock in the morning in America. Why do you wake up so early?"

Jack smiled bitterly and said in a hoarse voice, "I've been busy all the time. Now I finally have the time to call you."

There was a noise on the phone. He frowned and asked, "Why is it so noisy?"

Rachel raised her head and looked outside. The traffic police were very efficient that they had arrived. Now they were standing outside and listening to the man's complaints. When she was about to tell Jack to end the phone call, one of the traffic police came over and knocked on the window. He asked, "Miss, did you hit the car of that gentleman?"

It was too late for Rachel to press the phone. Jack then asked, "Did you have a car accident?"

She had to tell him the truth, "Yes, I had a rear-end collision. Now the traffic police are h

gry. "It doesn't matter if you don't tell me. I won't meddle in your business. It has nothing to do with me if you have a fight with Rachel. Why should I worry about that? Only Rita is enough for me to worry about." Then she stood up and was about to leave.

As expected, Celia was fooled. She held Lea's hand and explained anxiously, "It's not that I don't want to tell you, but I don't know what to say."

"What do you mean? Just tell me what happened!" Lea had to force herself to act like a big sister. In fact, she also felt very tired of doing this.

However, after listening to Celia's explanation, this time, Lea was really angry. She poked her forehead with disappointment and said, "Tell me, are you stupid? Don't you know what kind of person Rachel is? How could you misunderstand her? Are you out of your mind?"

Lea drank up the coffee in one gulp the waiter had just served. Her tongue was so bitter that it was knotted. It suddenly occurred to her that she was so angry that she forgot to add sugar and milk.

Then she threw another candy into her mouth and said, "It's all your fault!"

Celia adjusted her coffee and handed it to Lea, "Drink this cup of coffee. It's not bitter."

In fact, when Celia thought about it later, she also regretted that she was out of her mind because being tortured by her stepmother. In the end, she vented all her anger on Rachel who cared about her most in her daily life. But when she was about to apologize, she felt a little embarrassed to do that. That was why she wanted to avoid seeing Rachel just now.

She frowned and asked uneasily, "Lea, I know I'm stupid. What should I do? Do you think Rachel will forgive me if I apologize to her?"

"What do you think?" Lea took a glimpse at her and said, "Don't worry. Rachel's not a narrow-minded woman."

While Rachel was eating, she listened to the whole conversation between Lea and Celia, but she didn't say anything for a long time.

Lea patted her on her arms. "Are you really angry with her?"

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