Feather's Stories APP

Follow by Email

Feather's Blog Search






( Young Master Tang’s Birthday Party (15)

“Plans for tomorrow? Yeah, I know what I’m going to do.”

“Not going out to sea with your yacht this year?” Su Yu teased.

Tang Chuan shook his head. “Don’t even mention the yacht. No one can beat that birthday party of those three-year-old twins that you pulled off… That was a big yacht!”

“Yo, don’t mention that!” Su Yu looked embarrassed. From the benefit of hindsight, it was a good thing that he didn’t propose.

What would he do if Qin Chu came back during his proposal? Worse yet, what if he came back after?

What was certain was that he would lose face. More importantly, Huo Mian would be in a very tough position.

“So what I have planned for tomorrow is very simple: I booked one of my hotels and we’re partying there!”

“That’s it? No surprises?”

“The surprise will be I’m going to forcefully kiss Qin Ning.”

“Damn…” Su Yu looked astonished.

“Don’t look at me like that… I’m a man of my words… Do you have no confidence in my womanizing skills?”

“It’s not that I’m not confident in you, it’s that she’s flying back tomorrow to the States at 10:00 AM…” Su Yu said.

“The problem would be that she won’t be able to fly out…”

“So you did something?” Su Yu finally realized what was happening.

“Yeah but there’s also a factor that comes to play and that’s how good my friends are… Haha…”

Tang Chuan sounded very excited when he talked about plans for tomorrow. You could see no hints of sadness from his broken relationship with Jin Ying.

Just like that, Tang Chuan stayed over at Su Yu’s place for the night.

The next morning at 9:30, Qin Chu, Huo Mian, and their twins went to the airport with Qin Ning.

“What happened to Uncle Tang? Isn’t he pursuing Auntie? Why isn’t he here?” Little Bean complained.

“People are very realistic you know. After all, Auntie is leaving China so she’d be tens of thousands of miles away from Uncle Tang. There’s plenty of women closer, so why would he have the time to say goodbye to Auntie?” Pudding grumbled.

“Both of you, quit whining and get over here…”

Huo Mian had told those two to talk less and to stop pretending to be adults.

Qin Ning was fine though. She acted very calmly. After all, her trip this time was a last-minute decision.

If the twins weren’t kidnapped, she would not have come to C City.

She was enjoying her last moments of relaxation because as soon as she got back, she would be inundated with work.

“Chu, Mian, you guys should head back… I have to go into security soon…”

“Okay, but take care of yourself,” Qin Chu said.

“Message us when you arrive… We’re going to be worried about you,” Huo Mian said. She was holding onto Qin Ning’s hands and looked like she was going to miss her dearly.

“Okay. Don’t worry about me. I’m an adult now. Also, Chu gave me two bodyguards…” Qin Ning smiled.

Qin Chu had two bodyguards follow Qin Ning for her safety. After all, the Chinese were a minority race in the States.

Qin Ning was the youngest member of GK Corporation’s board of directors and Qin Chu didn’t want her to get hurt.

“Ms. Qin, it’s almost time…” one of the bodyguards reminded her in English.

Qin Ning nodded. Then she kneeled down to cuddle the twins.

She kissed them both on the cheeks.

“Pudding, Little Bean, don’t forget about me…”

“We won’t.”

“Remember to call me often and send me videos… When I’m not as busy, you guys can come visit me in the States… I’ll take you two to fun places!” Qin Ning enticed the twins to go visit her.

“We’ll skip the visit to the States. Even though America is a fun place, we don’t have many friends there. Why don’t you come back to China? We know China a lot better! It’s our territory!” Pudding said.



No comments:

Post a Comment

Attention Feather's readers: for those finding the new ads system difficult to navigate, please i have issue with googles ads and this new ads is set 5 times in default, what i mean you have to click the ads five times before it stop displaying, just click on the ads five times and it won't show again.

*Comments expressed here do not reflect the opinions of feather's blog or any employee of this blog.*