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CEO's Enticing Ex-wife By Chang Du Characters: 10212

Updated: 2020-09-24 00:02

Charles's face darkened and his eyes narrowed. He didn't even dodge when Louie smashed the bowl at him. He just coldly watched the bowl fall on the floor, break into pieces, and jump on the floor unwillingly, as if struggling for something. The bowl didn't lie quietly until it was finally powerless.

"Have you finished venting your anger?"

After a while, he blinked his eyes and became the deep and calm man he used to be. His voice was intimidating, dignified and domineering.

Louie stared at him in astonishment. She didn't know why he could calm down in an instant. The panic and worry in his eyes just now were like illusions, which didn't exist at all. She was stunned and just looked at him, forgetting to cry.

Seeing that he moved his lips slightly, a faint smile appeared at the corners of his mouth, like a smile or a warning. He stepped on the debris on the ground and walked to her. Calmly, he held her uninjured arm and took her into his arms.

She forgot to struggle, as if she was very tired after venting her anger, and she had no strength to struggle. In fact, she could not struggle now. She was no match for him at all. He just let her vent her anger on purpose just now.

His heart was beating fast and unstable, revealing his pretended calmness.

"No matter how angry you are, don't say anything that you don't want to see me. Don't lose your temper like this in the future."

His voice was low and calm, as if he was joking with her. All his emotions were hidden in the bottom of his heart.

Louie understood what he meant. She calmed down and looked up at him. When she met his deep eyes, she just said lightly, "I'm tired. I want to sleep!"

She couldn't fight him head on, so she chose to avoid him, okay?

Charles raised his eyebrows, pursed his lips and let go of her. He said indifferently, "Go to sleep. Grandpa called me just now. He and grandma were worried about you. When you wake up, I'll pick them up to the hospital and talk to you."

A complicated emotion flashed through Louie's eyes, but she didn't say anything in the end. She just climbed into the bed in silence. Charles considerately pulled the quilt for her, and finally said, "I'll raise the air-conditioning temperature for you!"

Then he picked up the remoter to adjust the temperature.

Without saying a word, Louie just closed her eyes in silence. She felt that Charles had put down the remoter and stood in the room for a minute before she heard his footsteps. Finally, she heard the door closing slightly, and then she slowly opened her eyes.

James had nothing to do every day and didn't go out. He kept himself in the room all day long and even had three meals a day at home.

Diana looked at the decadent man with a frown.

She felt an indescribable pain in her heart, helpless and scared. She didn't know how to cheer him up, and how to make him return to his former high spirits.

Enduring the pain in her heart, she carefully put the lunch box on the table, took a deep breath and gathered up the courage to go o

htly. She was so worried because of her words that she asked anxiously, "What's wrong with him? Don't cry. Take your time!"

Diana sniffed hard. Her hand was shaking so hard that she almost couldn't hold the phone. Her other hand covered the phone again, tightly holding it. At the other end of the phone, Louie could almost hear her heavy gasp.

"Louie, James really loves you. I don't know why you don't want to stay with him. But I beg you to come back. Please come to see him and persuade him to cheer up. Do you know that he doesn't go anywhere every day and just stands in front of the window and looks outside...?"

There was no sound at the other end of the phone. It was not that the phone was cut off, but that Diana's voice suddenly stopped. Louie heard the sound of the phone falling, and even the wind of A City and the sound of snowflakes falling.

Louie was shocked and shouted in panic, "Diana! Diana!"

No one answered. The phone was still connected, but no one answered. The wind was getting louder and louder, and the roar was transmitted to Louie's ears through the radio.

She was so anxious that she had to hang up the phone and get out of bed. But she didn't know what she could do next. She suddenly remembered to call James. In a hurry, she dialed James's number, but the answer was a cold radio voice, "Sorry, the subscriber you dialed is powered off!"

What should Louie do? She was getting more and more flustered. Something must have happened to Diana. What should she do?

Louie thought of Charles, but she didn't want him to know anything about James. Thinking of what happened that night, she hesitated for a few seconds and gave up telling him.

She called James again, but his phone was still powered off. Finally, she gritted her teeth and had to call Lisa.

After a long time, Louie still couldn't figure out why she called Lisa at that time. What was her mind at the moment when she dialed the number?

If it weren't for the phone call, wouldn't it cause irreversible harm later?

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