Nana stood stunned for a moment before replying, “He’s a college classmate whom I got to know from
abroad. But because his family is also in the capital just like mine is, we exchanged contact details
even though we weren’t exactly close.”
“Does he know me?’ Lucas asked another question.
“He often sees the photos I post on social media.” Nana got angrier as she explained. “Lucas, why are
you questioning me when I’m supposed to be the one angry at you for not informing me about your
accident? Why didn’t you take the initiative to tell me about it? If my classmate didn’t tell me about it,
would you have hidden it from me forever?”
“I’ve already explained things to you. I didn’t want to cause you worry in the middle of the night. What’s
more, I won’t be able to hide it from you. I need at least half a year for my leg to fully recover. I can’t
possibly hide from you for half a year, can I?”
“Were you even thinking of doing that?!” Nana’s face turned red with fury.
“I wasn’t,” Lucas said in a gentle voice. “It’s not a big deal, so I didn’t want you going to all that trouble
in the middle of the night.”
“I’ll forgive you this time, but don’t do it again,” Nana said in all seriousness. “Next time, no matter the
time, you must inform me immediately if something happens.”
“Did the doctor tell you when you can be discharged?” Nana continued pestering Lucas.
She did not seem to realize that there were other people in the ward, and Cordy did not interrupt their
lovers’ tiff either.
It was only until Cordy’s phone rang that Nana finally turned around to see where the sound came
Shock flashed past Nana’s eyes when she saw Cordy.
Seemingly… just shock.
Cordy quickly answered the call, seeming rather anxious. “How is Grandpa? N
“Don’t panic,” Sean assured her. “Although we still don’t see a stark improvement, his condition isn’t
getting worse. The doctor says that there’s still hope for him.”
“That’s good.” Cordy heaved a sigh of relief.
She was very afraid she would hear bad news.
“Where did you go?” Sean asked. “You’re not in the hotel?”
“Did you go there?”
“I wanted to go and visit you and Dicky,” Sean explained, “But the receptionist said that you did not
“It’s a long story. I’ll tell you when we meet later. You took care of Grandpa the whole of last night, so
you’d better rest first.”
“Sounds good,” Sean didn’t say much further.
It was not difficult to sense the fatigue in his voice.
“I’ll call you later.”
After hanging up, Cordy looked at Nana, who had been staring at her all this while.
Cordy had no idea how she could explain to Nana about the ‘fatal attraction ‘ she shared with Lucas.
Nana would not believe that she saw it negatively, and it would only cause a deeper misunderstanding.
Cordy would rather leave them to settle their own affairs between themselves.
The more she spoke up, the worse it might make things.
“I’ll make a move first,” Cordy told Lucas. “I’ll settle your hospital bill.”
Cordy stood up to head to the washroom to change out of the hospital gown.
“Cordy, what are you doing here?” Nana could not hold herself back and finally asked, “Did you keep
Lucas company through the night?”
“Since your friend knows about the accident that Lucas was in, he should’ve told you how the accident
happened, right?” “He didn’t tell me. He only said that my boyfriend was hit by a motorcycle and was
sent to the hospital,” Nana said frankly.
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