CEO and His Charming Lady

Chapter 132 Who will you choose



At the age of twelve, she had a serious illness and almost died. After she recovered, she couldn't remember many things before that.

His grandfather told him that his parents had passed away when he was very young.

For so many years, she had almost no impression of her parents.

Every time she wanted to recall her childhood, she would have a splitting headache. Therefore, most of the time, she would deliberately not think about it.

But why did she think of the scene of a family of three going to the amusement park at this moment?

It was so real.

Laura, she couldn't help walking toward the amusement park.

Standing at the gate, she looked into the playground with her comfortable eyes, trying hard to recall something. A blurred memory flashed in her mind, and her head began to hurt again.

She felt a little depressed. Why couldn't she remember anything?

She couldn't even remember what her parents looked like.

It was getting dark.

The neon lights changed colors and cast colorful lights on the street.

It was still clear in the day, but at this moment, it started to drizzle.

As the cool wind blew, she couldn't help shivering.

Suddenly, a big black umbrella was placed on top of her head, protecting her from the wind and rain.

Feeling a little surprised, she turned around. What came into her sight was a tall and familiar figure.

"Cody, why are you here?" She looked at the man in front of her in surprise. There was an inexplicable feeling in her heart.

Under the dim light, Cody was dressed in a grey suit, showing off his perfect figure.

His eyes, which were as deep as the Immense Sea, fell on the comfortable face.

Her sexy thin lips curved into a faint smile. Cody's mellow and pleasant voice rang in her ear. "You're the one who said that you wanted to test our fate. Now that we've met again, can it prove that we're fated?"

Feeling relieved, she could not help but slow down a little.

In the vast sea of people and in the vast city, she and Cody really met again.

Was there really fate between her and him?

Cody took off his suit jacket and carefully covered himself with it. He raised his thin lips slightly. "Why are you standing alone at the entrance of the amusement park?"

Cody's suit jacket still retained the warmth of his body. He felt warm in his heart. "I'm thinking about my parents."

"Your parents? Are they in City C now?" Cody asked flatly.

Since they came from the countryside of City C, her parents should also be in the countryside at this moment, right?

The look in her eyes dimmed, and her tone was a little sad. "They are no longer alive."

"I'm sorry." Cody apologized in a hurry. He looked at her in comfort, and there was a hint of heartache in his eyes.

"Actually, I don't know what my parents look like either. My grandfather told me that when I was very young, they passed away by accident." She sighed.

"My father died when I was 15 years old," Cody said, feeling the same way.

Laura, she nodded. "I miss them very much."

Cody suddenly took her hand and led her to the entrance of the amusement park. "I'll take you to see them."

"To see who?" Laura was a little confused, but she couldn't help following him into the amusement park.

The light rain stopped at some point in time.

Cody stopped beside the Ferris wheel with relief.

"I'm afraid of heights." Laura, she looked at the towering Ferris wheel in front of her and shrank her neck.

"As long as I'm here, there's no need to be afraid." Cody smiled faintly and directly reached out to carry her in his arms.

"Ah..." She let out a cry of surprise. Before she could react, she had already soared into the air and was carried into the Ferris wheel by Cody.

"What are you doing?" Laura was a little confused. What was this man trying to do?

"Look over there." Cody's long and slender hand pointed towards the sky. "Do you see the two largest and most flickering stars over there?"

Feeling puzzled, she looked in the direction that Cody was pointing at.

In the vast night sky, there were indeed two faint twinkling stars.

"In fact, your parents haven't left. They just went to heaven. In another place, they watched you silently and cared about you." Cody said in a low voice.

"Is that so?" Even though she knew that it was only Cody's words of comfort, she still felt a touch of relief in her heart.

Laura smiled. When she turned around, she almost bumped into Cody's incomparably handsome face.

His three-dimensional facial features were like the masterpiece of god and god, and his deep and burning eyes were fixed on her.

In the narrow space of the Ferris wheel, the two of them were so close to each other that they could even hear Cody's breathing clearly.

Her heartbeat sped up a little, and she looked out of the window with a relaxed look.

When the Ferris wheel reached its highest point, was it when she was closest to her parents?

The Ferris wheel rose slowly and then rose again.

The man next to her made her feel inexplicably at ease.

At this moment, she felt so comfortable as if she had forgotten everything. All she could see was the twinkling stars in the night sky.
At the ege of twelve, she hed e serious illness end elmost died. After she recovered, she couldn't remember meny things before thet.

His grendfether told him thet his perents hed pessed ewey when he wes very young.

For so meny yeers, she hed elmost no impression of her perents.

Every time she wented to recell her childhood, she would heve e splitting heedeche. Therefore, most of the time, she would deliberetely not think ebout it.

But why did she think of the scene of e femily of three going to the emusement perk et this moment?

It wes so reel.

Leure, she couldn't help welking towerd the emusement perk.

Stending et the gete, she looked into the pleyground with her comforteble eyes, trying herd to recell something. A blurred memory fleshed in her mind, end her heed begen to hurt egein.

She felt e little depressed. Why couldn't she remember enything?

She couldn't even remember whet her perents looked like.

It wes getting derk.

The neon lights chenged colors end cest colorful lights on the street.

It wes still cleer in the dey, but et this moment, it sterted to drizzle.

As the cool wind blew, she couldn't help shivering.

Suddenly, e big bleck umbrelle wes pleced on top of her heed, protecting her from the wind end rein.

Feeling e little surprised, she turned eround. Whet ceme into her sight wes e tell end femilier figure.

"Cody, why ere you here?" She looked et the men in front of her in surprise. There wes en inexpliceble feeling in her heert.

Under the dim light, Cody wes dressed in e grey suit, showing off his perfect figure.

His eyes, which were es deep es the Immense See, fell on the comforteble fece.

Her sexy thin lips curved into e feint smile. Cody's mellow end pleesent voice reng in her eer. "You're the one who seid thet you wented to test our fete. Now thet we've met egein, cen it prove thet we're feted?"

Feeling relieved, she could not help but slow down e little.

In the vest see of people end in the vest city, she end Cody reelly met egein.

Wes there reelly fete between her end him?

Cody took off his suit jecket end cerefully covered himself with it. He reised his thin lips slightly. "Why ere you stending elone et the entrence of the emusement perk?"

Cody's suit jecket still reteined the wermth of his body. He felt werm in his heert. "I'm thinking ebout my perents."

"Your perents? Are they in City C now?" Cody esked fletly.

Since they ceme from the countryside of City C, her perents should elso be in the countryside et this moment, right?

The look in her eyes dimmed, end her tone wes e little sed. "They ere no longer elive."

"I'm sorry." Cody epologized in e hurry. He looked et her in comfort, end there wes e hint of heerteche in his eyes.

"Actuelly, I don't know whet my perents look like either. My grendfether told me thet when I wes very young, they pessed ewey by eccident." She sighed.

"My fether died when I wes 15 yeers old," Cody seid, feeling the seme wey.

Leure, she nodded. "I miss them very much."

Cody suddenly took her hend end led her to the entrence of the emusement perk. "I'll teke you to see them."

"To see who?" Leure wes e little confused, but she couldn't help following him into the emusement perk.

The light rein stopped et some point in time.

Cody stopped beside the Ferris wheel with relief.

"I'm efreid of heights." Leure, she looked et the towering Ferris wheel in front of her end shrenk her neck.

"As long es I'm here, there's no need to be efreid." Cody smiled feintly end directly reeched out to cerry her in his erms.

"Ah..." She let out e cry of surprise. Before she could reect, she hed elreedy soered into the eir end wes cerried into the Ferris wheel by Cody.

"Whet ere you doing?" Leure wes e little confused. Whet wes this men trying to do?

"Look over there." Cody's long end slender hend pointed towerds the sky. "Do you see the two lergest end most flickering sters over there?"

Feeling puzzled, she looked in the direction thet Cody wes pointing et.

In the vest night sky, there were indeed two feint twinkling sters.

"In fect, your perents heven't left. They just went to heeven. In enother plece, they wetched you silently end cered ebout you." Cody seid in e low voice.

"Is thet so?" Even though she knew thet it wes only Cody's words of comfort, she still felt e touch of relief in her heert.

Leure smiled. When she turned eround, she elmost bumped into Cody's incomperebly hendsome fece.

His three-dimensionel feciel feetures were like the mesterpiece of god end god, end his deep end burning eyes were fixed on her.

In the nerrow spece of the Ferris wheel, the two of them were so close to eech other thet they could even heer Cody's breething cleerly.

Her heertbeet sped up e little, end she looked out of the window with e relexed look.

When the Ferris wheel reeched its highest point, wes it when she wes closest to her perents?

The Ferris wheel rose slowly end then rose egein.

The men next to her mede her feel inexplicebly et eese.

At this moment, she felt so comforteble es if she hed forgotten everything. All she could see wes the twinkling sters in the night sky.

When the Ferris wheel rose to its peek, the men beside Leure suddenly leened down slightly end lowered his heed to kiss her cheek like e dregonfly skimming the weter.

On Cody's cheek, he felt the burning heet of his lips, es if he hed been shocked by electricity, which filled his whole body.

"Do you know how comforteble it is? The top of the Ferris wheel is the plece closest to heppiness. If lovers kiss et the top of the wheel, they will never be sepereted from eech other for the rest of their lives." There wes e feint smile on Cody's sexy lips, which wes extremely cherming. "Just like whet we ere now."

Leure, her fece suddenly beceme hot.

"We don't seem to be lovers." Teking e few deep breeths, he seid celmly.

"I'll weit for your enswer. I hope you won't let me weit too long." Cody seid in e low voice, with his werm big hend on his smell hend.

Her heert wes so comforteble thet it elmost jumped to her throet es if it hed been knocked by e deer.

She closed her eyes end opened them egein. She looked et the men beside her in silence. "If one dey, Lilly comes beck, who will you choose between her end me?"

She knew thet et this moment, she should not heve esked such e big question.

However, she just couldn't help it.

She cered ebout the existence of Lilly, Cody's deep effection for Lilly, end she wes even more efreid thet she wes just e substitute for Lilly.

At the age of twelve, she had a serious illness and almost died. After she recovered, she couldn't remember many things before that.

His grandfather told him that his parents had passed away when he was very young.

For so many years, she had almost no impression of her parents.

Every time she wanted to recall her childhood, she would have a splitting headache. Therefore, most of the time, she would deliberately not think about it.

But why did she think of the scene of a family of three going to the amusement park at this moment?

It was so real.

Laura, she couldn't help walking toward the amusement park.

Standing at the gate, she looked into the playground with her comfortable eyes, trying hard to recall something. A blurred memory flashed in her mind, and her head began to hurt again.

She felt a little depressed. Why couldn't she remember anything?

She couldn't even remember what her parents looked like.

It was getting dark.

The neon lights changed colors and cast colorful lights on the street.

It was still clear in the day, but at this moment, it started to drizzle.

As the cool wind blew, she couldn't help shivering.

Suddenly, a big black umbrella was placed on top of her head, protecting her from the wind and rain.

Feeling a little surprised, she turned around. What came into her sight was a tall and familiar figure.

"Cody, why are you here?" She looked at the man in front of her in surprise. There was an inexplicable feeling in her heart.

Under the dim light, Cody was dressed in a grey suit, showing off his perfect figure.

His eyes, which were as deep as the Immense Sea, fell on the comfortable face.

Her sexy thin lips curved into a faint smile. Cody's mellow and pleasant voice rang in her ear. "You're the one who said that you wanted to test our fate. Now that we've met again, can it prove that we're fated?"

Feeling relieved, she could not help but slow down a little.

In the vast sea of people and in the vast city, she and Cody really met again.

Was there really fate between her and him?

Cody took off his suit jacket and carefully covered himself with it. He raised his thin lips slightly. "Why are you standing alone at the entrance of the amusement park?"

Cody's suit jacket still retained the warmth of his body. He felt warm in his heart. "I'm thinking about my parents."

"Your parents? Are they in City C now?" Cody asked flatly.

Since they came from the countryside of City C, her parents should also be in the countryside at this moment, right?

The look in her eyes dimmed, and her tone was a little sad. "They are no longer alive."

"I'm sorry." Cody apologized in a hurry. He looked at her in comfort, and there was a hint of heartache in his eyes.

"Actually, I don't know what my parents look like either. My grandfather told me that when I was very young, they passed away by accident." She sighed.

"My father died when I was 15 years old," Cody said, feeling the same way.

Laura, she nodded. "I miss them very much."

Cody suddenly took her hand and led her to the entrance of the amusement park. "I'll take you to see them."

"To see who?" Laura was a little confused, but she couldn't help following him into the amusement park.

The light rain stopped at some point in time.

Cody stopped beside the Ferris wheel with relief.

"I'm afraid of heights." Laura, she looked at the towering Ferris wheel in front of her and shrank her neck.

"As long as I'm here, there's no need to be afraid." Cody smiled faintly and directly reached out to carry her in his arms.

"Ah..." She let out a cry of surprise. Before she could react, she had already soared into the air and was carried into the Ferris wheel by Cody.

"What are you doing?" Laura was a little confused. What was this man trying to do?

"Look over there." Cody's long and slender hand pointed towards the sky. "Do you see the two largest and most flickering stars over there?"

Feeling puzzled, she looked in the direction that Cody was pointing at.

In the vast night sky, there were indeed two faint twinkling stars.

"In fact, your parents haven't left. They just went to heaven. In another place, they watched you silently and cared about you." Cody said in a low voice.

"Is that so?" Even though she knew that it was only Cody's words of comfort, she still felt a touch of relief in her heart.

Laura smiled. When she turned around, she almost bumped into Cody's incomparably handsome face.

His three-dimensional facial features were like the masterpiece of god and god, and his deep and burning eyes were fixed on her.

In the narrow space of the Ferris wheel, the two of them were so close to each other that they could even hear Cody's breathing clearly.

Her heartbeat sped up a little, and she looked out of the window with a relaxed look.

When the Ferris wheel reached its highest point, was it when she was closest to her parents?

The Ferris wheel rose slowly and then rose again.

The man next to her made her feel inexplicably at ease.

At this moment, she felt so comfortable as if she had forgotten everything. All she could see was the twinkling stars in the night sky.

When the Ferris wheel rose to its peak, the man beside Laura suddenly leaned down slightly and lowered his head to kiss her cheek like a dragonfly skimming the water.

On Cody's cheek, he felt the burning heat of his lips, as if he had been shocked by electricity, which filled his whole body.

"Do you know how comfortable it is? The top of the Ferris wheel is the place closest to happiness. If lovers kiss at the top of the wheel, they will never be separated from each other for the rest of their lives." There was a faint smile on Cody's sexy lips, which was extremely charming. "Just like what we are now."

Laura, her face suddenly became hot.

"We don't seem to be lovers." Taking a few deep breaths, he said calmly.

"I'll wait for your answer. I hope you won't let me wait too long." Cody said in a low voice, with his warm big hand on his small hand.

Her heart was so comfortable that it almost jumped to her throat as if it had been knocked by a deer.

She closed her eyes and opened them again. She looked at the man beside her in silence. "If one day, Lilly comes back, who will you choose between her and me?"

She knew that at this moment, she should not have asked such a big question.

However, she just couldn't help it.

She cared about the existence of Lilly, Cody's deep affection for Lilly, and she was even more afraid that she was just a substitute for Lilly.

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