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Season 4

Episode 38

(Are you worrying about her( 2)

Mond met with his eyes, and slowly said, "Stephen, I did that only to protect the woman that you care most about. I managed to behave in a somewhat intimate manner with her in front of Jackson, so he got angry and locked her up at home. When we'll compete with the JS Group in the future we'll face fewer enemies now, and we'll only have to deal with Selina. Isn't this a good plan?"

Stephen thought for a while and eventually understood that Mond was indeed right. He was quite clear of Cherry's capabilities, and that if she didn't work at the JS Group anymore, then it would be much easier for him and Mond to fight against Selina. However, he was worried that Jackson would hurt Cherry because of that, and he knew that it was very likely that Mond had undertook his actions for some other hidden purposes of his.

Stephen then remained quiet, and didn't utter another word.

The Butler continued to say, "Mr. Mond, it's now very easy for you to wipe out the JS Group off the face of the Earth."

"You're right, and now I can take my revenge on the JS Group without any more worries," replied Mond, with a strong hatred flowing bright in his eyes.

Now that Cherry had left the JS Group, he had nothing left to worry about, and he could immediately attack Jackson's company with full force. If the JS Group lost the war and failed in its endeavors to protect itself, Jackson would blame none other than Selina, because Cherry had nothing to do with it. Mond didn't want to hurt Cherry in any way.

"Mond, we can keep attacking the JS Group slowly as we planned. If we strike too hastily, then other companies might become doubtful of us," suggested Stephen.

Mond nodded, and replied, "I know it. I'll gradually send my people to penetrate the JS Group and act from the inside.

After our acquisition plan succeeds, I'll have my people in every key position of the company, and we'll be able to know its status like the back of our hand."

The Butler felt very happy hearing their confident speech, and said, "Mr. Mond, Mr. Stephen, I can already feel our triumph within our reach!"

But Mond replied to him with a brief chuckle. There was still a shade of doubt lingering in his eyes, and he said, "If all goes accordingly, it should be ours in the near future. By then, everything that I wanted will be in my grasp, and I'll see Jackson begging me on his knees with his sobering pathetic face."

The three spoke for a while longer, and then the Butler left the mansion.

Stephen and Mond were still sitting in the living room, but the atmosphere around them was tense.

"Do you have one-hundred-percent conviction in his words?" asked Stephen, while he stared at Mond.

He believed in Mond, but he felt that the Butler couldn't be trusted. After all, he had betrayed Andrew after he had followed him for several decades; how could he ensure that he wouldn't suddenly betray Mond and Stephen?

Mond shook his head, and said, "Absolutely not, but he's still useful, for now at least. Besides, if I'm not guessing wrong, he might have the same aspirations as I do."

"He also wants to get his hands on that thing?" asked Stephen, with a look of astonishment in his eyes.

Mond confirmed by silently nodding his head to him.

But Stephen still couldn't believe his ears, and continued to ask, "But what does he want to do with it? He's only a servant of the Chu Family, and even if he gets it, his status won't get higher because of that."

Mond chuckled at his words, and said, "You can never know how ambitious a person can be, and we can't be certain about what he really wants at the present moment. Maybe his ambition is actually beyond our imagination."

After Mond finished speaking, Stephen concluded, "He's a horrible person."

"So is everyone else. Sally can also be horrible when she gets mad," replied Mond.

"But the Butler is much more dangerous! We can't leave him to roam freely on our boat," said Stephen. He pondered this, and he increasingly felt that the Butler wasn't a simple person at all. He had stayed at Andrew's side for so many years already, and he had to have planned his betrayal beforehand a long time ago. Besides, Stephen clearly knew what kind of person Andrew was, and he imagined that the Butler couldn't be less cunning than he was.

"But we have no other choice now," firmly said Mond. "He already knows too much about our plan, and if we get rid of him now, it's very likely for him to leak out our things to the others. Once the details of our plan are leaked, all of the efforts we undertook over the years will prove themselves to have been in vain."

"What should we do then?" asked Stephen. He stared at Mond and waited for his answer, because he knew that the decision maker wasn't him. He knew that he had to submit to Mond's words.

"Just leave him for the moment, he's still useful for us. Andrew Chu is still alive, and he can continue to provide us with the Chu Family's inside information that we need," replied Mond. He paused for a moment, and then continued to say, "However, after I kill Andrew Chu, he'll lose all of his value for us, and then I'll dispose of him, no matter how ambitious he thinks he is."

Stephen said, "I also feel that he'll pose a danger to us, sooner or later. Mond, I think that we'd better not tell him too much about our plan anymore."

"Even if he knows about it, what do you think he can do? Besides, I'll also let Cherry in about it," said Mond.

"What? Are you out of your mind?

suddenly shouted Stephen as he stood up from his seat. He then continued, "If you tell Cherry about it, Jackson will also know about everything!"

"And that's exactly what I want," replied Mond. He stared at Stephen, and calmly said, "I'll let Jackson know that no matter how much money they gave me, what he and the Chu Family did to me can never be compensated."

"But, you can't do that!" argued Stephen. He stared ahead, pondering something in his mind.

"What's wrong? Are you worried about Cherry?" asked Mond, as he looked deep into Stephen's eyes. The look on his own face seemed to be still serene, but his heart had flooded with complex emotions that even he couldn't understand sometimes.


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