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Season 8

Episode 61

(Believe in love (2)

Francis tried to soften his tone,"Cassie, give up now. This is not where we grew up and you're not familiar with this city." He wanted to convince her to stop this charade. Cassie had brought today's situation upon herself, and if she continued to pursue Greg, worse things might happen to her in the future.

"No," Cassie said firmly. She looked ahead at the long road in front of her and continued,"I haven't yet got the things that I want and I won't stop now."

Francis didn't know what to say and he didn't know how to persuade the stubborn Cassie.

Cassie slowly declared,"I told you. I came to this city for Greg and I will do everything in my power to get him. He's mine and I won't let anyone else have him."

Francis tried again,"But he doesn't love you. He loves his wife." Cassie had fallen into an abyss and he hoped to pull her out before it was too late.

Cassie disagreed,"Love is not set in stone and it won't last forever. I will destroy Violet's place in Greg's heart.

And after that, I will be the only woman he loves."

Francis thought she was being ridiculous. He wondered why she was always so rigid in her ideas. "You...", he started to say, but

Cassie interrupted him,"Francis, thank you for helping me today." Her eyes filled up with hatred as she added,"I will find the person who issued that news. And when I do, I won't let him off easily."

Cassie made a fist and she was obviously very mad at everything that had happened.

Greg was in the living room of his apartment. He took out his phone and called his father.

Violet was sitting not too far away from him, but she said nothing. She stared out the window.

His father picked up the call and Greg hastily asked, with the newspaper in his hand,"Father, what's going on at the hospital?"

Fred sighed and replied,"Oh, don't even get me started on the situation here.

Journalists have blocked the hospital gate and several of the patients' families have grabbed the opportunity to cause us more problems."

Greg asked,"Where is Cassie? Did she come to the hospital?"

Fred replied,"I heard that she was stopped by the journalists at the gate and someone picked her up from there soon after. I don't know who. I got the information from one of the doctors." Greg said,"Okay, I know."

Fred asked,"Are you and Violet fine at home?" He was worried about Violet. After all, he had read the newspaper and he knew clearly what had happened.

"Yes, we are fine. I won't be coming to the hospital for a few days till things calm down and I want to stay at home with Violet. I don't want her to be alone at home." He wasn't lying when he said that he was concerned about her.

Fred said,"Okay, I'll handle things at the hospital. You take care of Violet."

"Okay Dad," Greg said.

After hanging up, he turned to Violet to say something. But before he could, Violet asked,"Are you that worried about Cassie?" She had noticed how nervous Greg was and believed that he was really worried about Cassie.

Greg admitted without lying,"She is my friend and I'm afraid that those journalists might cause trouble at the hospital. That's why I called my father."

He was worried about Cassie for sure, but he was more worried about the hospital and he was afraid that the journalists might press his father for interviews.

Violet sneered,"Friend? Girlfriend or good friend?"

"Violet, you..." Greg couldn't find the right words to say.

Violet fell silent and turned back to look out the window. She ignored Greg again.

He sat down on the other side of the sofa without saying anything.

Alice stopped her car at the apartment gate, and saw a familiar car approaching.

Alice got out of her car, stood next to it and waited.

Tim parked the car and walked to her.

He said,"I didn't expect that the both of us would come here at the same time." Alice simply said,"Let's go upstairs."

Tim rang the buzzer and after a while, the door opened.

Tim complained when he saw Greg,"What took you so long to open the door?"

"Where is Violet?" Alice asked as she walked in casually.

Greg pointed to the living room without saying a word.

When she saw Violet sitting in the living room, Alice happily walked to her and greeted,"Hello, Violet."

Violet had already calmed down, but when she saw Alice, she was excited,"Alice, you came!"

Alice seemed relaxed and replied calmly,"Yes, I'm here to see you."

The four of them sat in the living room and they all had read today's newspaper headline.

Tim broke the silence,"So, today's headline was pretty unexpected." He was used to fooling around with girls, but he had never heard of such a thing happening before.

Alice joked,"Mr. Tim, you're always playing around in the bars and clubs. Haven't you ever heard of such incidents before?"

"I..." Tim grew anxious when he heard Alice's impression about him. He defended himself,"I'm just a normal person, living a common life. I know that the upper class is in chaos, but I didn't expect that it would be so dirty. It's the first time I'm seeing such bold reports in the papers.

Alice repeated his words,"Bold reports? Why don't you say that the person who gave the news was bold and powerful?"

Tim suddenly realized something and he exchanged looks with Greg.

Greg then looked at Alice and asked,"Alice, do you know who did this?"



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