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   Chapter 23 Being Angry

Dream Or Not: A Devil Or An Angel By HOPE LYNCH Characters: 6932

Updated: 2020-04-13 00:20

When she saw Sheffield eating ravenously, Alina smiled and asked, "Does it taste good? I didn't lie to you, did I?"

Hearing this, Sheffield stiffened and hummed, turning his face and slowing chewing.

There were only a dozen of meatballs in the lunch box. It didn't take long for Sheffield to eat them all.

Looking at his unending appetite, Alina thought that she should eat less.

Holding the empty box, Sheffield's eyes were wandering. Although the meatballs tasted good, it was hard for him to say thank you to her.

Alina took over the empty lunch box and put on the lid. She pinched her legs which were still a little weak and raised her head to look at Sheffield, "May I have a rest before I leave?"

Hearing this, Sheffield pursed his lips and turned his head away. He said, "It's up to you."

With the permission of Sheffield, Alina put the lunch box on the floor and started to massage her legs.

Both of them didn't say anything. The room was quiet, and gradually the air seemed to be frozen.

Although Alina was doing massage for her legs, she kept thinking.

Sheffield's attitude towards her was obviously changed. It seemed that she made a right decision today. However, getting in through the window was too dangerous for her. If she was to bring him food for the next two days, she had to find a safer way to come in.

It was good if she could get in from the door. Alina wondered where the key to Sheffield's room could be placed by Peter.

"Sheffield, do you know where Peter keeps your room's key?" Sheffield was taken care of by Peter since he was a child, so he should have some impression of this kind of thing.

On the other side of the bed, Sheffield leaned against the head of the bed with his eyes closed. Hearing her question, he suddenly opened his eyes and looked at the girl sitting on the floor. "What do you want to do?" he asked.

Alina smiled, "I don't want to do anything. I just think climbing through the window is too dangerous. If I can get the key, I can bring you something to eat at the door!"

Complicated feelings mounted in Sheffield's heart. He stared at Alina for two seconds, and then closed his eyes, saying coldly, "You don't have to do that. I won't die even if I'm starving for two days."

Who was he to blame? It was all because of her and her mother. Why should she be nice now?

"No way. You must eat something. Don't worry. I will keep this as a secret." Said Alina seriously, blinking her eyes.

"No need! I told you!" Sheffield withdrew his gaze from the desk and said in a furious voice, "Do you think I will totally forget what you and your mother have done to me after you bring me something to eat secretly?"

He didn't need her care and kindness!

'Why does he suddenly become angry?' Alina was stunned and her smile faded. "I'm not her. Although I think so, in your eyes, she and I are always the same person. I don't know exactly what she did to you before, but as the current owner of this body, I apologize to you. I hope I can do something to make up for you, as the price for using this body."

When she was in the gym, she told him that she wasn't Alaina. How could he become so cruel to her after only one day! It was hard to read his mind!

But she had made it clear. If he still wanted to hate her, she had a long way to go.

'Make it up to me?'

Sheffield couldn't help sneering, and said in a sarcastic tone, "Alaina, now I've just realized t

hat even if you lost your memory, you still haven't changed! You're the same as when you were a child. I almost believe you have dual personality."

"You know that I lost my memory?" asked Alina, shocked. She thought she had hidden it well and no one had discovered.

Why did he say she was the same as when she was a child? What did Alaina do to him in her childhood?

Dual personality? What the hell? She said she wasn't Alaina. Recalling the conversation at the gym, Alina suddenly realized that Sheffield must have misunderstood her.

He used dual personality to explain the difference between her and Alaina. Maybe this was more in line with the materialistic view of science.

Seeing her shock, Sheffield said with disdain, "I'm not blind!"

"Sheffield, since you're so smart, why can't you trust me for once? I'm really not the personality of Alaina. I'm different from her."

Now that Sheffield took her as another personality of Alaina, she just admitted it.

Sheffield smiled ironically and said, "Okay. I'll give you a chance to prove that you're not her."

"How do you want me to prove it?"

"If you ask your mother to divorce my father, I will believe you!"

"Sheffield," said Alina, squinting at him, as if he had a mental problem. "Although I'm not another personality, my mother is still my mother. How can I interfere in my mother's marriage? Since you hate my mother so much, why don't you ask your father to divorce my mother?"

'If you had the power, you can get your father to divorce!'

Sheffield was speechless. He was so angry that he shouted, "If I could get them divorced, I wouldn't need you!"

Hearing his roar, both of them were stunned. They looked at each other and then looked away.

After a long silence, Alina said calmly, "Sheffield, I can feel that you actually believe that I'm not Alaina. I don't know why you suddenly think that I'm lying to you. I am not lying. I am not Alaina. It's said that time reveals a man's heart. Why don't you let go of your prejudice against me? As time goes by, you will know that I'm telling the truth."

After listening to her, Sheffield kept silent for a long time. He lowered his long eyelashes and pressed his lips more and more tightly.

"I'm leaving." Alina sighed in her heart. She thought that he would appreciate her bringing him food. However, he was angrier than ever.

If she had known, she would have eaten the meatballs all by herself.

Noticing that Sheffield didn't want to talk to her, Alina tied the lunch box to her waist and got out of the window.

On the way back, she twined the rope on her arm after taking every two steps.

Seeing the girl's figure disappear from the window, Sheffield got up to close the window. When he reached the window, he couldn't help looking out of the window.

With her body clinging to the wall, Alina moved slowly towards the window of her room. She was even slower than a tortoise.

Seeing that she moved to his window like this, Sheffield got angry. He didn't want her to do this.

He wanted to close the window and stop looking out, but he was afraid that if he made too loud noise, she would be frightened and fell off. Then he would be a murder!

Sheffield stood by the window and didn't close it until the girl grabbed the window frame.

It took a long time for Alina to go back to her room. She looked at the window of Sheffield's room and found that the light had been turned off.

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