There were so many cars on the road. His car turned left and right, dodged and slammed on the brake. He was driving casually, but Nancy was almost choked by his bumps.
She had no time to talk to him. She wanted to throw up and get out of the car...
A Benz whizzed past Moore. The driver rolled down the window and looked back at him. "The convertible is driving at such a speed?"
Moore narrowed his eyes and said, "How dare you provoke me?"
He stepped hard on the accelerator and the car sped up again.
The two cars fought against each other as if there were only the two cars on the road.
They were happy, but Nancy was miserable.
She covered her mouth and was about to vomit.
As soon as she opened her mouth, her tongue was almost stuck out by the wind.
"What are you doing?" He had a bad attitude.
"Can you stop for a while?" She almost vomited in his car.
He pulled over reluctantly.
She didn't care about her image. She ran to the roadside and vomited heavily.
"Gee." He sat in the car and looked at her from a distance. "Sorry, I just like racing. I'm a professional racing driver, so... "
She wiped her mouth silently and sat back in the car.
"Let's go." Her eyes were full of tears.
She felt so bad...
He didn't move.
He just said, "So, Miss Nancy, my car can only accept a woman who is suitable for my speed. I don't think you can get used to it, understand? "
She lowered her head and bit her lower lip tightly.
She just didn't want him to see the tears in her eyes.
"You are not me. You don't know if I can or not." She whispered.
He didn't hear her. He just clenched the steering wheel and looked straight ahead. "I'll drive you back. Tonight, just pretend that you haven't seen me."
Tears welled up in her eyes.
Her fingers tightly grasped the hemline of her knees, and her fingertips turned pale.
He didn't care, and he couldn't care either.
She was just a passer-by. Why should he care so much?
The car whizzed a few times and finally drove a little bit normally this time.
sent to the teahouse
open, the two people
back so soon? " Peter was surprised to see the two of them come back. "Moore, are you so unromantic? Why don't you take Nancy
Moore felt disgusted.
and said, "I'm afraid
also showed a smile on his face, which softened his serious lines. "Anyway, there will be plenty of opportunities in the
arose in Moore's
assistant when you went back to the company last time? I don't think it's
eyes widened. "Dad, what did you
for an interview. The human resources department has informed her of it. If there wasn't a small accident, she wouldn't have been unable to make it." Anyway, I don't like the
just said that. You can't break the rules of your company. My daughter is also very stupid. I don't think she can do such a
her would learn everything very soon. Moore was so stupid. He had just entered the company and messed up everything. Besides, I have arranged two assistants for
out the tea
and looked at Nancy with a smile on his face. "Nancy, come to the company tomorrow.
say that I want to throw up?" Moore
with York Nelson when he was young. Now that he had a son, he would use him as a tool to get close to the man he had
What a shame.
father picked him up
waiter knocked on the door and opened it. He wriggled in to add water.
you like some
"We have coffee."
"Ice cream for girls?"
his fingers crossed. It took Moore quite a while to
silently and turned
but burst into laughter.
a colorful plate. "Humph, I'm just a little boyish. I'm still a woman. How could you
heavily on the table, and wriggled
retched, "What's wrong with all the women in the
kicked out of the room
apologized in a
What the hell.
need the police? " He rolled his eyes and said, "Besides, you didn't
her waist and said, "Well, I'm sorry. I
hair and decided to give
woman would be the one his
no matter whether Moore was willing or not, it was an undeniable fact that Nancy worked in the
a more desk in his office, on which there were all office supplies for girls. Even the computer and
hire an assistant for
to look at it.
coffee was served, he
coffee beans, floating or sinking, greeted him in
Moore, have some coffee." Nancy stammered.