"Precious things cannot be measured by money. You have saved my life, which is far more precious than this gift." She sighs, "Mr Charlie..." Seeing her frowning, she immediately changed her words, "Charlie, I know you are a kind person, but you really don't need to be grateful to me all the time." Charlie smiles, "I've never seen anyone like you like." He stretches his finger forward to catch her chin. Maybe it is his habit, but for Karin, it is extremely uncomfortable. "Not every woman is worth this." Her heart pounds instantly. She instantly steps back and says, "It's too... too late. I have to go." Karin turns around and hurriedly leaves. She doesn't go far, and suddenly stops. She thinks for a moment, and she turns back, "Maybe I shouldn't say it, but I still want to tell you that I have a boyfriend, and I am about to return home in six months..."
Charlie freezes and then laughs, "Karin, I think you may have misunderstands the meaning of the sendsence I says just now, not every woman has a chance to save me. And I don't have any improper thought for you. " Karin's face turns red in embarrassment, anxious to find a hole to drill in. She waves awkwardly, "All right, goodbye." Returning to the dormitory, Billie stops her by the door with her hands on her hips, "Why do you come back so late? Where did you go, who did you meet, what did you do?." "I have supper with a colleague in the cafe." She raises her hand. "Well, I brought you a barbecue." Billie nods joyfully, "Thanks. It is worth waiting for you for a long time." "I'm going to take a bath and sleep." She yawns and takes her pajamas into the bathroom.
Bathing halfway, Billie knocks on the door, "Karin, your cell phone is ringing, should I help you pick it up?" Karin stretches out one arm, "No, I'll do it myself."