Crystal’s Summer Romance Chapter 16

Crystal’s Summer Romance Chapter 16

Chapter 16 Inviting Her for a Drink at Night

After work, Henry declined a few invitations and drove to the restaurant.

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It was 8.00PM, and business was booming at the restaurant. Crystal sat in front of the piano and started playing.

She was wearing an ash–gray dress today. Her shoulders were slightly exposed, and her long, brown hair fell smoothly at her waist.

She looked extremely beautiful and romantic.

Henry watched her through the gla** for about 10 minutes, then got out of the car. He opened the door and walked in.

Following that, he ordered some food and didn’t mind what he was eating as he leaned back leisurely, listening to Crystal’s playing.

Henry noticed that several gentlemen would try to talk to Crystal at times, and it seemed like they were also attracted to Crystal.

Meanwhile, Crystal always declined them politely.

During the intermission, Crystal received a name card.

The name card read ‘Justice Law Firm, Henry Miller, Lawyer‘.

Stunned, Crystal angled her body and caught sight of Henry.

He was sitting in a corner while holding a gla** of aperitif in his hand. He was very nice–looking, and even his simple actions were a sight to behold.

Crystal didn’t want to talk to him, but she was even more scared of offending him.

She eventually walked over to the man.

“Mr. Miller.”

Henry nodded slightly and gestured for her to sit.

Crystal had just taken a seat when Henry noticed a new pinprick on the back of her hand. He guessed that it must be because she had gotten soaked in the rain last night.

“Have you eaten, Miss Winters? Let’s dine together.”

Henry behaved sensibly, completely void of the ruthless act he had put on when he tossed the name card earlier.

Crystal placed the name card on the table and said in a slightly reserved tone, “There’s a rule in the restaurant that employees cannot dine with customers during their shifts.”

Henry couldn’t be bothered to look at the name

pard.

He then asked her straightforwardly, “What about after work? Do you have time to get a drink at my place?”

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Chapter 16 Inviting Her for a Drink at Night

After work, Henry declined a few invitations and drove to the restaurant.

It was 8.00PM, and business was booming at the restaurant. Crystal sat in front of the piano and started playing.

She was wearing an ash–gray dress today. Her shoulders were slightly exposed, and her long, brown hair fell smoothly at her waist.

She looked extremely beautiful and romantic.

Henry watched her through the gla** for about 10 minutes, then got out of the car. He opened the door and walked in.

Following that, he ordered some food and didn’t mind what he was eating as he leaned back leisurely, listening to Crystal’s playing.

Henry noticed that several gentlemen would try to talk to Crystal at times, and it seemed like they were also attracted to Crystal.

Meanwhile, Crystal always declined them politely.

During the intermission, Crystal received a name card.

The name card read ‘Justice Law Firm, Henry Miller, Lawyer‘.

Stunned, Crystal angled her body and caught sight of Henry.

He was sitting in a corner while holding a gla** of aperitif in his hand. He was very nice–looking, and even his simple actions were a sight to behold.

Crystal didn’t want to talk to him, but she was even more scared of offending him.

She eventually walked over to the man.

“Mr. Miller.”

Henry nodded slightly and gestured for her to sit.

Crystal had just taken a seat when Henry noticed a new pinprick on the back of her hand. He guessed that it must be because she had gotten soaked in the rain last night.

“Have you eaten, Miss Winters? Let’s dine together.”

Henry behaved sensibly, completely void of the ruthless act he had put on when he tossed the name card earlier.

Crystal placed the name card on the table and said in a slightly reserved tone, “There’s a rule in the restaurant that employees cannot dine with customers during their shifts.”

Henry couldn’t be bothered to look at the name card,

He then asked her straightforwardly, “What about after work? Do you have time to get a drink at my place?”

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Chapter 16 Inviting Her for a Drink at Night

After work, Henry declined a few invitations and drove to the restaurant.

It was 8.00PM, and business was booming at the restaurant. Crystal sat in front of the piano and started playing.

She was wearing an ash–gray dress today. Her shoulders were slightly exposed, and her long, brown hair fell smoothly at her waist.

She looked extremely beautiful and romantic.

Henry watched her through the gla** for about 10 minutes, then got out of the car. He opened the door and walked in.

Following that, he ordered some food and didn’t mind what he was eating as he leaned back leisurely, listening to Crystal’s playing.

Henry noticed that several gentlemen would try to talk to Crystal at times, and it seemed like they were also attracted to Crystal.

Meanwhile, Crystal always declined them politely.

During the intermission, Crystal received a name card.

The name card read ‘Justice Law Firm, Henry Miller, Lawyer‘.

Stunned, Crystal angled her body and caught sight of Henry.

He was sitting in a corner while holding a gla** of aperitif in his hand. He was very nice–looking, and even his simple actions were a sight to behold.

Crystal didn’t want to talk to him, but she was even more scared of offending him.

She eventually walked over to the man.

“Mr. Miller.”

Henry nodded slightly and gestured for her to sit.

Crystal had just taken a seat when Henry noticed a new pinprick on the back of her hand. He guessed that it must be because she had gotten soaked in the rain last night.

“Have you eaten, Miss Winters? Let’s dine together.”

Henry behaved sensibly, completely void of the ruthless act he had put on when he tossed the name card earlier.

Crystal placed the name card on the table and said in a slightly reserved tone, “There’s a rule in the restaurant that employees cannot dine with customers during their shifts.”

Henry couldn’t be bothered to look at the name card.

He then asked her straightforwardly, “What about after work? Do you have time to get a drink at my place?”

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His intentions were clear now.

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If she went on a date with him, she could be quickly saved from her current plight, and she would no longer have to work so hard for money.

After all, it was just a game between men and women. Henry thought that since Crystal had been with Robert before, she wouldn’t mind being with someone else.

Moreover, when they hugged twice in the past, Crystal seemed quite willing as well.

However, Crystal didn’t even consider it.

She didn’t know why Henry would suddenly feel like bothering her.

She knew her situation very well, so she tried to talk least offensively, saying, “Mr. Miller, I’m very grateful

for your help with my father’s case. I’ll do my best to repay your kindness in the future.”

Henry was surprised, for he understood what she meant–she didn’t want to sleep with him.

Money couldn’t win Crystal over!

Similarly, Henry wasn’t quite insistent on Crystal. He was just slightly charmed when he watched her play the piano, and he also had this ugly side of him that longed for things he never could conquer.

Henry put away his name card. He was very gentlemanly, and he didn’t make a fuss out of it.

Crystal thanked him quietly, her posture as humble as could be.

Amidst the awkward atmosphere, Seth came over with a girl of about 17 years of age.

“Henry!”

Seth called out in a friendly manner. There wasn’t the slightest hint of a competitive aura between two rivaling males in his demeanor.

Henry made a gesture, and only then did Seth dare to sit down. As soon as he took his seat, he introduced his sister to Crystal, saying, “This is my sister, Sophia Murray. She’s very talented in music, but she needs a proper piano teacher. Crystal, why don’t you take her in as your student?”

Those words caused Crystal embarra**ment.

Meanwhile, Henry didn’t care about Seth’s tricks. He took out 300 bucks from his wallet, then placed it on the table. “Since you’re busy, Miss Winters, I shan’t bother you any longer.”

Out of courtesy, Crystal saw him off at the entrance of the restaurant.

Henry didn’t linger. He got into the car, nodded at her, then drove away.

He carried himself so elegantly that it didn’t seem like he was looking for someone to spend the night with.


Crystal’s Summer Romance ( Crystal & Robert Sloan )

Crystal’s Summer Romance ( Crystal & Robert Sloan )

Score 9.9
Status: Ongoing Type: Author: Artist: , Released: 02/06/2023 Native Language: English
The "Crystal's Summer Romance ( Crystal & Robert Sloan ) Today, author Crystal's reviews an exciting crime action fiction novel by the wonderful and talented author Crystal & Robert Sloan. If you are a Billionaire lover, you HAVE TO read this book! I guarantee, you will love it.

Book Synopsis:

Chapter 1 Stirring up Trouble With a Big Shot

On the night of Robert Sloan's engagement, Crystal Winters got drunk at a bar. She mistook someone, hugged an incredibly handsome guy in a dark alley, and pa**ionately kissed him. Both of them felt satisfied with the kiss. The handsome guy looked at the woman in his arms and purred in a sensual and husky voice, "Are you serious?" Crystal sobered up a bit and recognized the man in front of her. Belonging naturally to the metropolitan elite with a plethora of properties registered to his name, Henry Miller was the preeminent attorney in the country. Nevertheless, he also a**umed an additional role—Robert's forthcoming brother-in-law. Crystal hesitated momentarily, but then she mused, If Robert can cheat on me, why can't I indulge and enjoy myself too? Instead of pushing Henry away, she held onto him even tighter as she was beautiful and had an attractive figure. Despite his general disposition toward restraint, Henry found himself willing to indulge in a fleeting romantic encounter with her.
Crystal's Summer Romance

Review by Alison’s:

4.5 out of 5

This story gets a 4.5 out of 5.
In this beautiful novel from the internationally bestselling author of Crystal's Summer Romance Robert Sloan explores another little-known slice of history seen through women’s eyes. I read this trying to push myself out of my “Billionaire” comfort zone, I tend to stick to genres I like, billionaire has never been one of those genres. However, I really enjoyed this book, Crystal's Summer Romance ( Crystal & Robert Sloan ). it was exciting, there was a lot of action and drama and it wasn’t as predictable as most billionaire, romance stories. The scenes were hot, but if you’re not a ma**ive fan of smut, they’re not too heavy, so this book is perfect for you. The only reason I’m not giving it 5 stars is because I felt the story could have continued a little longer, the ending felt a little rushed. That might have just been me wanting more. I did guess the ending, but this is the case with most books (I actively try to work out how it’s going to end). Overall a great read, I’m looking forward to reading more from this author.“ Perfect for adults (16+) who enjoy:
  • Billionaire
  • Mythology: Greek mythology and mythological characters (Billionaire, Love, Romance, vampires)
  • Learning from reading
  • Getting lost in a complex storyline.

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Crystal's Summer Romance ( Crystal & Robert Sloan )

Name of the Novel: 1 Crystal's Summer Romance ( Crystal & Robert Sloan )
website : 2   noveltk.com
Genres: : 3 Billionaire, Hot Romance, Romantic, Marriage, and Billionaire, Hot Romance
Chapters: 4 From 1 to Latest
Status So Far: 5 Ongoing
Updare Time : 6 morning
Rating: 7 Overall: out of 5
Language: 8 English.

My ratings:

  • Easy to read: 5 out of 5
  • Characters: 3 out of 5
  • Story idea: 3 out of 5
  • Length: 5 out of 5
  • Overall: 4 out of 5

About the Author:

Crystal Winters found herself entangled with a handsome stranger in a dim, ambiguous hotel suite after a night of excessive drinking and a one-night stand. Filled with sorrow and anger over her ex-boyfriend, Robert Sloan, announcing his engagement, she sought revenge. If he could dismiss their four-year relationship and cast her aside now that he had climbed the social ladder, why couldn't she live life on her own terms?

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