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Season 4

Episode 89

(His innermost thought and Feelings (1)

Cherry had never expected that there would be such wonderful news in store for her. She had quit her job for some time already, and she had been also busy recently with her family affairs. She had had no time and energy to be concerned about Wilson's company, and Wilson hadn't told her anything about it either.

The news that she got from her brother made her feel more excited than surprised.

Cherry glanced at Jacob, who clearly indicated that he supported her working in Wilson's company. She then looked at her mother, and Elsa also nodded to her with a big smile on her face, encouraging her to take the newly revealed opportunity.

In the end, Cherry turned to Wilson, whose eyes were gleaming filled with expectation.

She then nodded, and seriously said to him, "Well, you could say I'm in. Wilson, let's work hard together and run the H King Group well."

"Great!" said Wilson excitedly, because that was the exact answer that he had expected from Cherry. He then immediately continued to say, "I'll appoint you as the General Manager of the company."

Cherry was surprised when she heard him, and replied, "That's crazy! I don't even think the other colleagues will accept that."

"If they know that you're the former sales director of the JS Group, do you think they will still mind it?" asked Wilson.

Cherry pondered for a while, and realized that Wilson was indeed right. Everyone knew the leading role that the JS Group played in the city, and thus her former position in the JS Group was a quite convincing evidence of her capability.

"Well, we have a deal then! Cherry, I believe that you will perform exceptionally well as the General Manager of the H King Group," said Jacob kindly.

When Cherry saw that both Wilson and Jacob had their confidence set in her, she made up her mind to accept the position.

The living room was then filled with joyful laughters.

After lunch, Cherry and Wilson went on the balcony and chatted with each other.

"Cherry, you and Jackson…" said Wilson, but he didn't finish his words. He just gazed at Cherry's face, worried about what would happen to her and her family.

Cherry looked at the peaceful scenery in front of her, and lightly replied, "He was badly upset by Grandpa's death, and I can understand what he's done to me. Anyway, Mond was standing at the door at that time."

"Then you can explain everything to Jackson. You can tell him that you didn't speak anything with Mond, that he was there for Andrew, and that you also didn't know what he said to Andrew. Oh, why didn't you tell him all of this?" asked Wilson anxiously. He was worried about Cherry very much, because he didn't want her to feel wronged in the Chu Family ever again. He could still remember how she was five years ago when she had first come to find him.

He was still upset when he thought of the faint look that she had in her eyes at that time. Although she was back in the Chu Family, she still lived a hard life, and how could he ever feel relieved when he knew that she wouldn't be treated well?

Cherry shook her head, and said, "No, Wilson. I know that his mind is in a total mess now, and even if I told him all of this, he may not believe me. And I'm also worried that…"

Butt Cherry didn't finish her sentence.

"What are you also worried about?" immediately asked Wilson.

"Those things might happen to the Chu Family later," said Cherry, worried. She could somehow guess a few of them.

One the day of Andrew's funeral, there had been dozens of strangers present there, and Cherry was quite sure that they weren't relatives of the Family, and that Jackson was the one who had received them. If Cherry guessed right, they had to be Bobby's henchmen.

Wilson was lost in thought, because it seemed that he already knew what Cherry had tried to say. She continued, "Although I don't know how much power Grandpa had, or how many people he had been under his leadership while he was still alive, I do know that after Grandpa's death all of these things now need to be handled by Jackson, and by him alone. The burden laying on his back must be inconceivable..."

Cherry's words stunned Wilson. He had always been concerned about Cherry, and he had always wanted her to live a simple life, but he had forgotten that the family in which she had married into was not an ordinary family at all.

"What's your plan then?" asked Wilson.

Cherry didn't answer his question immediately. She thought for a while, and replied, "I'm not quite sure, but ever since I moved back to the villa together with Joe, I've taken good care of him. For the moment, I'll focus on our current life, but as for Jackson..." Cherry paused for a while, and then continued, "I want to give him some time to calm himself down. I'll talk with him after he finishes dealing with the current troubles."

Wilson nodded to her, and said, "Maybe that's the best option that you have for now. I hope that he can handle them well."

Cherry suddenly turned to look at Wilson, and firmly said, "Wilson, we have to trust Jackson. I'm sure that he will handle everything well."

"Yes, I also believe in him because I know that he has the capacity to deal with them." Wilson felt a little relieved after chatting with Cherry, because he found that she was clear enough about what she had to do. It seemed that he didn't need to worry about her that much, and that she was rational and strong.

Cherry suddenly thought of something. She looked at her brother, and asked, "Wilson, how are you getting on with Selina nowadays?"

Wilson glanced at Cherry surprised, because he hadn't expected Cherry to ask him this sort of question. He avoided looking back at her and instead looked calmly at the scenery in front of him.

"Cherry, do you want to listen to some of the true ideas in my mind?" asked Wilson.

"Of course that I want to know what you're really thinking about," said Cherry.

She really wanted to know how the two were getting on with each other. One of them was he brother, who was her reliable support, and the other one was her best friend, whom she had regarded as her younger sister. Both of them were very important people to her.

"Selina is a very nice and innocent girl, and although she looks very delicate and beautiful outside, inside she's also strong and competitive. I really enjoy the time I spend together with her, no matter whether we chat about casual things or discuss about business. She is such a charming girl that I'm deeply attracted by her, and what's more, because of her I started to learn to look at the bright side of the things, " said Wilson. He paused for a moment, and then continued to say, "Selina and you have a lot in common in characteristics; both of you are very stubborn and are likely to throw a tantrum from time to time, but when it comes to something important, you can also be very serious. Both of you care about the people around you very much. She's done so many things for me already."



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