Mira lifted her eyelids, glanced at him, “Can’t bear to part with it, can you? Then I won’t take it, it’s yours.”
“No need for that.” Hugh’s mouth curved into a smile, “This thing is quite tricky. You take it, you deal with it tomorrow, I’m going to eat.”
Mira burst into laughter, “I really thank you, I’ve never seen a man as shameless as you. Have you no shame left?”
“Didn’t I learn from you?” Hugh wasn’t angry either, he raised his eyebrows lightly, “Maybe I’ve been with you for too long and caught your bad habits.”
Mira no longer wanted to continue the conversation with such a shameless person.
Because as someone who had been there, she knew very well that once a person threw their face on the ground, no one could outtalk them.
The luxury car was driving through the city streets at night.
When the hands of the clock reached nine, the car stopped under the apartment building.
Mira bent down to unbuckle the seat belt, but for some reason, perhaps the car was too advanced, she fiddled with it for a long time and still couldn’t get it undone.
A wave of embarrassment washed over her, she felt a bit annoyed. She pulled hard, only to find that the safety belt buckle on the window had been yanked out.
Mira was stunned.
Oh no, she didn’t break the car, did she?
I heard that the repair for even a slight paint scratch on these cars, which cost millions each, starts at tens of thousands.
Had she known, she would rather have died than sit in the passenger seat.
“That… I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to break it,” Mira became nervous, “I really didn’t know it was so fragile.”
Hugh stared at her intently for a second, couldn’t help but chuckle softly, “Silly, this thing pops out on its own.”
Mira felt like smashing the glass on the spot.
If I had stayed any longer, I reckon I could have dug a hole right there with my toes.
Ironically, this damn seat belt still couldn’t be unbuckled.
Hugh bent over, in the confined air, his slender fingers grabbed her hand, placed it on a button, and with a gentle press, it turned on, “Dummy, it’s here, remember it next time.”
After speaking, he looked up at her.
The two were extremely close to each other. As the seat belt was unbuckled, the car’s overhead light also turned on.
A faint sweet scent wafted from her, the girl’s cheeks under the light
blushed a captivating rosy hue. Paired with her slightly swollen lips from his previous kiss, and her small hands that were slightly smooth between his fingers, Hugh was momentarily lost in thought.
Mira didn’t feel much better either.
Hugh’s handsome face was too close to hers, his breath brushing against her face.
She pulled her hand away, reached for the doorknob, intending to escape through the door, but ended up unable to open it after trying for quite a while.
“Unlocked.” Hugh looked at her as if it was a joke.
Mira, blushing with anger, pushed him away forcefully, “I’m never getting in your car again.”
“Hey, it’s clearly because you’re inexperienced, yet you blame my car,” Hugh said, unlocking his car.
Mira pushed the door open and took off, Hugh called out to her from the car, “Don’t you want your lobster anymore?”
Mira, who had walked a few meters away, stopped and gritted her teeth, reluctantly returning to open the back car door. She wanted to pick up the lobster and steak from the back seat, but they were surprisingly heavy.
Hugh got out of the car, rolled up his sleeves and helped her pick up the plastic box on top. “There’s a lot of ice inside, it’s normal for a girl like you to not be able to lift it. I’ll help you carry it up.”