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Season 7

Episode 19

(Accidental injury)

Sue stammered an apology to the photographer for her poor performance.
She braced herself for the photographs.
On coming back to the backstage, Sue found Sheryl overcome with nervousness. She was wearing only her underwear for her fashion shoot. As soon as she saw Sue, she expressed discomfort at her own attire.

Sheryl was extremely embarrassed to wear lingerie for the photo shoot. She knew it was part of her job but she was still uncomfortable with it.

Sue still suspected the illicit relationship between Sheryl and Charles.

"Sheryl, can you prove that you have no relationship with Charles?" Sue questioned Sheryl. Charles constantly lavished his efforts and energy on Sheryl. This aroused Sue's suspicions.

"Definitely! I have nothing to do with Charles." Sheryl nodded with certainty. Confused, she said, "Sue, there is no reason for you to ask such a silly question!"

Sensing her best friend's agitation, Sue immediately felt remorse. At once she admitted her mistake and assumed it was Charles who was harassing Sheryl. 'It is not right for Charles to pester Sheryl,' Sue seethed with anger.

"I just saw Charles waiting for you outside," Sue said. Sheryl was surprised. She wondered aloud as to why Charles was waiting for her.

"I think he is looking for a date with you after you finish your work," Sue guessed. She tried to calm Sheryl by promising to have dinner with her later.

"That sounds perfect!" Sheryl cheered up and got ready for her shoot.

Seeing Sheryl in her underwear made Charles uncomfortable. He frowned when he thought of others coveting Sheryl's perfect and sexy figure.

'I must persuade Sheryl to exit this sleazy profession and take up a respectable one,' Charles thought to himself.

Sheryl posed in her most sexy and seductive manner but failed to please the photographer.

He changed the background to get a better effect.

Sheryl grew more uninhibited and only then was the photographer satisfied with her work.

At last, Sheryl's stress gave way to relief when the photographer complimented her.

She was unnerved by Charles who stared at her in a weird manner. Upon the completion of her shoot, Sheryl decided to leave immediately.

"Watch out!" An alarm rang out and Sheryl dumbly watched as a heavy board began falling her way.

Frozen with shock, Sheryl helplessly watched the falling board.

She made no move to dodge the heavy board.

However, Charles moved swiftly and risked his own life to pull her out of the path of the board. He hugged her close and his soothing smell and broad chest provided Sheryl with ample protection. Unfortunately, the board hit Charles on his back. He sustained internal injuries but he was happy that Sheryl was unharmed.

His eyes were so attractive and full of love for her.

"Are you okay?" Charles hugged Sheryl tightly and with an intimacy that befitted a couple.

"I... I'm fine." Sheryl was shaken at the accident. The staff lost no time in pulling the damned board off Charles' back. Holley immediately rushed over to them to see what had happened.

"Mr. Lu, are you alright? Did you get hurt?" Holley was worried about Charles and swiftly acknowledged her negligence.

"Nothing serious." Charles tried to downplay the accident and his injury with a casual wave of his hand.

"Mr. Lu, I think you must be badly wounded," Holley exaggerated her words. Hearing this, Sheryl's determination to break off with Charles was wavering.

Holley decided to play up the accident to make Sheryl feel guiltier by saying, "Mr. Lu, the heavy sliding board must have injured you quite severely.

I insist you go to the nearby hospital for a thorough check-up. I will cover all the medical bills because the accident has happened on my premises."

She commanded Sheryl to accompany Charles to the hospital. She told her that she owed her life to Charles and now it was up to her to ensure Charles' recovery.

Sheryl was undecided about taking charge of Charles. She did not want to be alone with Charles.

Finally her good heart and sense of fair play triumphed over her mind.

'I must accompany Charles to the hospital and be with him. I owe him my life after all,' Sheryl thought to herself.

"Wait a minute." Charles stopped Sheryl. He was about to say something. Sheryl anxiously cut in, "Your injury must be quickly treated. Otherwise you may suffer later from further complications."
Charles agreed and wryly suggested Sheryl change out of her underwear and into a plain dress to ensure decency.



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