The Red Second Generation’s Abandoned Former Wife (18)
Bai Weiwei was dragging a suitcase of clothes and cash, planning to go abroad for a few days.
Su Shian, this guy, must be beaten to be kept sober.
If after going to bed, she just went straight back to serving him night and day as his wife, it was estimated the favorability wouldn’t be brushed up by the Year of the Monkey and the Month of the Horse.
Just as she bought a ticket, she suddenly saw Chen Wenfeng bidding farewell to some of his company’s clients.
Bai Weiwei casually lifted her feet and left.
After a long walk, the system suddenly reminded.
【Ding, side quest open. Love is a light, so wonderful. Please bring target Chen Wenfeng’s favorability to more than 80 so Su Shian can wear a green hat. Upon mission failure, thousands of knives will cut and a meat grinder will mince the system.】
System was so scared it dropped the Latiao bag and hurriedly forced a smile, “Host, this side quest is optional. I’ll help you reject it.”
Bai Weiwei smiled softly, “Okay, ah. Oops. Sorry, my hand slipped and pressed accept.”
【The host accepted the side quest.】
The system whose face suddenly had no color: “……”
When Chen Wenfeng came home. He saw in front of the door, not far away, Bai Weiwei sitting on her suitcase.
Her figure looked somewhat lonely.
Chen Wenfeng footsteps paused. His usually sarcastic mouth was restrained for once.
When she got into his car, he thought there was going to be a marvelous encounter.
As a result, they had just driven to the halfway point and she sat in the car in silent tears.
That expression, that look, that posture.
Sadness down to the bones.
Chen Wenfeng had to pull the car to the side of the road and hand her a tissue.
He also didn’t know what his brain pumped . He couldn’t go to bed with the woman, but he actually accompanied her for three hours.
She broke down in tears in silence, no words, no speech.
He looked at her mournful face and could not say a word.
When he sent her back later, he figured it out.
Bai Weiwei was certainly stimulated ruthlessly. Therefore, her temperament had changed greatly. The change to become trendy was also because they taunted her as old fashioned.
And she got into his car because she wanted to disturb Su Shian.
After all, what Su Shian wanted him to do was really not something that anyone should do.
So essentially, Bai Weiwei was still the old-fashioned, conservative Bai Weiwei.
Such a woman was no fun. He also did not want to play.
Chen Wenfeng walked past. His intent was to pretend she was invisible.
Bai Weiwei didn’t say a word, but stared at him in silence.
That line of sight, with a few traces of sorrow.
Chen Wenfeng opened the door and hesitated for a few seconds, before returning to her.
“You were driven out by Su Shian?”
Like this, she seemed like a homeless vagrant.
Bai Weiwei had a few hints of confusion in her eyes, “I want to leave him, but he doesn’t want to separate. He stopped my card and cut my living expenses.”
When Su Shian discovered she had run away, he froze her card.
However, she was prepared and had a box full of cash.
Chen Wenfeng knew that Su Shian was as much of a slag as he was.
But for women, Su Shian was far worse than him.
He also knew about what Patriarch Su had said.
Having a child would open up resources for Su Shian’s company.
Such a good thing, it was no wonder Su Shian was reluctant to divorce.
Chen Wenfeng thought about it a moment and pulled out a card, “Password is 616. You can take it to open a room or rent a house.”
Bai Weiwei: “Do I look like a beggar?”
Chen Wenfeng movement to pass the card stiffened. Her image changed greatly, so he forgot that her heart was still that conservative maniac.
To give her money directly and drive her away, it was really an action for beggars.
Chen Wenfeng had to plug the card back into his wallet, “Do not this, do not that. My house does not entertain female guests. You can keep guarding the door if you’re willing.”
Bai Weiwei took a faint look at him, then suddenly stood up and pulled up her suitcase to leave.
1: 脑抽: AKA brain twitch? Brain damage (not literal), when someone acts or speaks abnormally