Jackson's resentment was obvious in his eyes. He said, "Cherry needs to be found, even it means every stone in this city turned, and every place in it searched."
With these words, Jackson stood up, and walked out of the house.
Jackson didn't give up on his search for Cherry, because he still didn't believe that she could possibly leave him like that. If she had indeed left, then there had to be some records at the railway station or the airport, indicating where she had gone to, but alas, nothing there proved to be useful. That meant that she was still in the city, and as long as she was still there, he had to find her at all costs.
An hour passed and Jackson still got no news about Cherry's whereabouts, and he started to question the gangsters' abilities. In the past, his grandpa had led them to successfully handle all kinds of tricky matters, all throughout China, but now they couldn't find a woman in a city?
Although he looked resentful, he was actually worried, and anxious. His desire to see and hug Cherry became stronger with each passing minute, and as he looked at all the people walking on the street, Jackson muttered, "Babe, where are you? Why are you hiding from me? If you're in trouble, we can solve it together. I'll do whatever you want, but please, just show yourself and stop torturing me. I miss you so much, just come out and talk to me."
Another hour then passed, and Jackson still received no information. However, he was surprised when he received a call from his grandpa, asking him to come to his home.
his grandpa with as much respect as he
felt worried. He slowly walked up to his grandson and sat beside him, and amiably asked, "Jackson,
his grandpa, and with a pathetic and wronged childish tone, he answered,
on his shoulder tenderly, and tried to comfort him, "It's fine, don't worry. If you've
that the gangsters would find a way to eventually find Cherry. He wondered why Jackson had even called them, because if he ever needed assistance, he would have helped him and asked others to help him solve all of his worries. Andrew thought that his grandson had either been too worried, or too emotional, to contact the gangsters so willingly, something that he had avoided for years to do, and he failed to find out any more useful information out of him. He sympathised with him, but he had never thought that his beloved grandson would have ever become so helpless and panicked because
the current difficult situation he was
he shot a serious
asked, "Have you found
find any trace of her whereabouts. Miss Cherry left her apartment three days ago, but from
he was just about to hang up, the man on the other end of the line
skeptically, "Mr. Jackson, don't you think that this whole thing seems a bit