But Grace didn't get any advantages, and there were a lot of scratches and bite marks on his body. She didn't expect that she would deal with him in the way that women did one day. But it still worked. Is that man made of stone? He is so tough. "What is Grace going to do this time?" Does he plan to stay with Selina again? "Forget him. I think you should think more about what happened to you and William. You must have sex with him until dawn yesterday." "Look at those marks on you. I didn't expect that William, with a serious and ascetic look, would be so lustful." Selina shook her head and sighed, "The world's changing." Vivian's face was so shy but she just pretends that she didn't hear. After thinking about it carefully, she felt a little bit wrong, and retorted angrily, "Selina, if you didn't encourage me to drink, I won't be like that!" Selina should be responsible for it. Selina pretended to be silly, "You can't say that. I'm pulling you, but you're trying to pull William. This time, William is very hard." "Are you still my friend??" Vivian was going crazy. "All right, I won't say that." Selina then said nothing, but the expression on her face was very intriguing. Vivian simply turned away. What happened to her and William was really messy. She thought that she had already ended their relationship this time, but it happened again. She was afraid that, as William said, she forced him to... Then she might as well jump into the river. Forty minutes later, Selina parked the car and the two returned to the old house. As soon as she entered, she saw an old man and a young boy sitting on a small bench washing vegetables. "Grandma, honey, I'm back." Selina went to pick up the little bun directly, kissed him twice and said with a smile, "a tender and pink bun." Roe's little face became slightly red, and he had to say seriously, "Auntie, men and women can't be too close to each other." "Oh, I like our lovely adult-like Roe." Selina couldn't help rubbing his little face again. "Selina, Vivi, you are all back." Grandma was very happy to see the two of them coming back. "Well, Grandma, you are still as well as before." Selina put down Roe and said happily. "Grandma, I'll do that for you. Go to have a rest." Vivian helped grandma to sit on the other side of the chair and trimmed vegetables on a small bench. Grandma didn't refuse and smile and nod. She looked at Vivian and Selina sitting there. She said lovingly, "You two girls have grown into adults in a twinkling of an eye. I am getting old." "Grandma, you are not old at all. You're still very young." In the past, Selina often came to help at home, so trimming vegetables is a very easy job for her. "I'm so happy that I still alive until this age. If you can often come back to visit me, I'll be very happy." "Madam, you will live a hundred years." Roe said with a serious face. "Good boy." Grandma laughed and said, "Vivi, why do you suddenly come back this time?" Vivian took a gentle look at Roe beside her and said, "Grandma, I want to take Roe home this time." When Roe heard that Vivian wanted to take him back, there was a flash of light in his eyes, "Mom, really?"
"Yes." Vivian showed a soft smile. "Great." Roe was so excited that his mother really didn't break her promise to pick him up. "Sweetheart, you sleep with me. Your mother doesn't necessarily live with you." Selina said with some jealousy. Vivian looked at Roe's little displeased face, rubbed his little face and said, "I was busy at work, so I asked Auntie to take care of you. I'll often come to see you, and Auntie's house was close to mine, so I can go at any time." "Well." Roe showed her little teeth and smiles. Grandma was naturally happy about that, but she was still worried and asked, "Is it really OK for you to take Roe back?" "It's OK, and I can help." Selina said and stretched after trimming vegetables. "Yes, Grandma, I was worried that you stay here alone. Why don't you come with us?" Vivian also had concerns in this case. She's really upset to leave Grandma alone at home. Grandma said comfortingly, "Vivi, I'm old, and I'll definitely not get used to urban life, and there is nothing bad about staying in the countryside. The air in the countryside is fresh, and all the villagers and neighbors can take care of each other." Vivian knew that it's no use saying more. She could only nod and agree, "Grandma, I will often bring Roe back to see you." "Well, don't worry about me." Vivian and Selina stayed for dinner, had a rest and simply cleaned up Roe's clothes, then they said goodbye to Grandma and left. On the way, Roe was so excited that he kept asking, "Mom, do you come to me after work?" "Yeah." Vivian stroked his little head and nodded. "Mom, can we go to the Water Park?" Roe asked with some hope. "Of course. We'll take you there tomorrow." Selina answered. "Auntie, you are nice." Roe did not forget to praise her. Selina couldn't be happier. Vivian thought of a question and didn't know whether to ask. "What are you trying to say?" Selina glanced at Vivian, who was ready to talk and stop. "Selina, what if Grace comes to you? Roe..." Vivian didn't finish her words. It's OK that Grace didn't know William. Even if he saw Roe, she could find a reason to fool him. But she was afraid that Grace would find out and tell William. Then what she had done in recent years was in vain. Selina also understood. She became serious and said coldly, "You can rest assured that I will not let Grace find out." Because she's not going to see that man again. Selina was unhappy when Vivian saw her. Finally, she didn't say anything. There was still a mess waiting Vivian to be dealt with. She couldn't even take good care of herself.
Many things are clear to the onlookers. If she really didn't care about Grace, why would she be angry with him? She hoped Grace could make it clear with Selina after coming back this time. Even if they couldn't stay together, she didn't want Selina to get hurt.