Husband you're so bad - Chapter 21.2
The secretary brought in two cups of coffee. She peeked at the woman and went out.
“You have something to ask?” In fact, he expected her to come to look for him. This time he would not let her go. Even if they tortured each other in the future, it was better than growing old and dying alone.
Lin Meng took out the pen and wrote on the paper.
‘Can’t she talk?’ A pang of sadness crept into his heart. Yesterday, she had no chance to speak, so Grandpa didn’t notice. But it wouldn’t be long before he saw it. He would have settled everything before then.
– After we get married, I want Huai’an to follow me. –
She didn’t say she wouldn’t marry him. Last time she was so determined to reject his offer. Did she change her mind?
“Don’t you need the Ouyang’s consent?” Gu Yubai glanced at the note and asked her. This child was the only child of Ouyang Jun. He did not believe that the Ouyangs will agree to leave her child in the care of his family.
Lin Meng nodded; they would not agree.
“If they agree, I have no opinion.” Since he had decided to marry her, he would accept everything.
– After we get married, we get a separate home. –
“What do you mean?”His eyes turned cold. Although he had a similar plan in mind, she raised it as a condition.
– I don’t think it will be convenient. –
A family like Gu Yubai’s–she didn’t want to deal with them individually.
Gu Yubai chuckled. There was a hint of coldness in his voice.
“You can stay rest assured. What else?”
Lin Meng shook her head. She didn’t ask for anything else.
“Well then, I’ll let Qin Yue send you back.” Gu Yubai called Qin Yue on the phone from his private line.
Qin Yue soon came in. Lin Meng followed him out of the office.
After sending her away, Gu Yubai sat in his office, dazed. The intimacy of the past was long gone, and everyone around him was warning him, saying that it was not worth it. But, only he knew that everything he had done was worth it.
He regretted letting Lin Meng go five years ago. Yet, fate sent her back into his life. So why should he be indifferent to destiny?