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(She’s Not As Strong As You All Think (9)

“Let’s go.”

“Huh?” Xixi was surprised.

“Let’s go to your home for dinner,” Rick repeated patiently.

Then, Xixi couldn’t suppress the happiness in her eyes.

This guy, the coolest fellow in the whole world, had agreed to have dinner with her family.

In fact, Xixi had just asked him tentatively and hadn’t expected Rick would agree so readily.



“These are trivial things. I will do all these things to make you happy,” Rick said.

“Oh…” Was this Rick’s declaration of love for her? Xixi was suddenly overwhelmed by happiness.

She had been worried that Rick would keep a distance from her after she got pregnant and couldn’t be physically intimate with him.

However, Rick was more attentive to her.

During the time when they were in the U.S., she wasn’t particularly happy since it was a strange place for her.

As Rick was busy with the things that she knew nothing about, she spent most of her time waiting for him to return for supper in their luxurious house.

Sometimes, he didn’t return until midnight and the food was cold.

When she woke up in the morning, he was gone before she could make breakfast for him.

She had lived the boring life in waiting, hoping Rick would give her more of his love.

This time, they returned to China because Qin Chu and Huo Mian were in trouble; but Xixi was happy to come back anyway.

Rick took Xixi back to her home.

Qin Ning’s father arrived in the city soon after Rick and Xixi.

As an attentive good boyfriend, Tang Chuan drove his black Rolls Royce to pick up his father-in-law.

Qin Ning didn’t feel well due to menstrual cramps and waited at home.

– In the airport of C City –

“Father-in-law, humble greetings from your son-in-law.”

Seeing Qin Ning’s father, Tang Chuan hurried over and greeted him.

“Don’t pull this nonsense on me; I don’t like it. Where’s Ning-Ning?” Qin Chu’s second uncle looked around for his daughter.

“Oh. Ning-Ning isn’t feeling well and is resting at home.”

“She’s not feeling well? What’s wrong?”

“It’s nothing serious. Don’t worry, father-in-law; it’s discomfort during her special time each month.”

“I’m not your father-in-law since you’re not married to my daughter yet. Don’t call me that…”

“Yes, yes. You’re right, Uncle Qin.” Tang Chuan bowed to him.

He walked over and took the luggage before driving the old man to his house.

“How’s Chu doing?” on the way, Uncle Qin asked.

“My brother-in-law’s condition is stable and can have the surgery tomorrow. He will wake up after the surgery.”

“Where are my brother and sister-in-law?”

“We arranged for them to live in the house in the Yunding Mountains and away from the upheavals in this place. But we’ll go and bring them back before the surgery tomorrow.”

“It’s a good plan. My brother has a weak heart and high blood pressure; all the upheavals are not good for his health.”

“This is just part of my responsibility as your son-in-law. After all, we’re family now.”

Uncle Qin glanced at him indifferently. “I heard you returned to work at the Tang Corporation?”

“Um, just temporarily… I’m helping my father to deal with some trivial businesses.”

“It’s better to have a job than staying idle. Ning-Ning has started going to board conferences all over the world with me ever since she was a teenager… You should learn from her. She’s younger than you, but she’s better at managing a company than you are.”

“Yes, yes. Father-… Uncle Qin, you’re right.” Tang Chu was afraid to offend this old man.

– At the South Hill Manor –

“Grandpa, the colorful liquid in the vial can really remove the toxin from my Dad’s system?” Little Bean stared at the small glass vial and asked curiously.



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