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Chapter 97 I Changed My Mind

  • The next day, after Cora finished her work at the hospital, she went to the Yoris Mansion as scheduled. In order to show how highly he thought of her, Arnold waited for her in front of the mansion’s gate, even when the night had fallen. Since it was so late at night, obviously the other Yoris family members were worried about the old man waiting alone outside, so they asked his caring granddaughter, Jane, to accompany him. Jane looked at Arnold’s hand affectionately and persuaded him in a soft voice, “Grandpa, you’ve been waiting for so long. Why don’t you go inside first? It’s too cold in this suburb at night, and it won’t do you any good if you catch a cold.” “It’s fine. This grandfather of yours is still very strong.”
  • Once Arnold became stubborn, no one could persuade him. “Besides, it’s not easy for that girl either. She’s even traveling to the suburb at night to attend an apprenticeship ceremony. I’m worried about her safety." Finding out that Arnold’s new apprentice was a girl, Jane couldn’t help but frown slightly. In fact, Arnold had only accepted male apprentices before. And since there had always been more males in the Yoris family, Jane became the only girl in the whole family, so she exclusively enjoyed the affection of Arnold and even all the elders of the Yoris family. This was also one of the reasons why she was hesitant to give Arnold Cora’s contact information when he had inquired about it before. Apart from not liking Cora and Byron’s seemingly invisible bond, Jane was even more worried that Cora would take Arnold’s sole affection away from her.
  • And Jane wasn’t sure if this was why she inexplicably thought of Cora when she heard that Arnold’s new apprentice was a girl. But on second thought, she hadn’t given Cora’s contact information to Arnold until now, so it couldn’t be her. Suddenly, Arnold’s voice brought her back from her wandering thoughts. “Jane, why don’t you go inside first? It’s windy, and I don’t want you to catch a cold.” Hearing Arnold’s concerned tone, Jane finally felt slightly more at ease. No matter what, her position in Arnold’s heart would always be different from other people’s. “Grandpa, I’m wearing thick clothes. It’s fine.” It was when a taxi slowly stopped in front of them. Arnold hurried forward and opened the car door for his new apprentice.
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