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Chapter 75 Guarding Genesis

  • I took a hot shower and prepared myself for the day. I had left work very early the previous day, and by doing that, I had left a lot of things undone. I simply wanted to go back to continue what I had started. I was almost done when the sound of knocking came on my door, and I resisted the urge to groan at the disturbance. But I said nothing nor made any attempt to open the door and just continued with what I was doing. I buttoned my shirt from bottom to top and picked up my jacket when the door opened on its own, and I swiftly turned around to see who it might be. My eyes fell on Margaret, and I glared at her while she openly grinned at me. Then I looked away, knowing that I could not do anything to her. She was more like a guardian than a maid to me, and I had respect for her no matter what the case was.
  • “You should at least have said nothing, I was standing at that door for a long time, Jordan,” she started, and I turned my attention to her. I stared at her, confused and puzzled by the way she spoke to me. It was unlike her to speak to me so informally, and it had been so long since she used that tone with me. I almost forgot what it was like to be scolded by her. I said nothing and turned back to the mirror. Engaging in so much talk was never something I liked, and it was stressful as well.
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