Aurora seemed remarkably more radiant than before, though she wasn’t exactly as lively.
“Mhm,” she mumbled with an obviously lethargic tone. “I must be getting old. Can’t even endure a night without sleep. When I was young, I could go two days without sleeping. Not only was I not feeling tired, but I was thrilled. Now, I just can’t anymore. I can’t.”
Cindy forced a smile and replied, “Can’t compare yourself now and then. I’d always pull an all-nighter to study back when I was in school, which I clearly can’t now. I’d have a migraine whenever I miss my sleep.”
As she was speaking, she tried her best not to face Ian. For reasons unknown, she would feel guilty if she were to look at him.
Whenever that particular idea flashed across her mind, she would instantly feel embarrassed to face him.
After all, it was a taboo for an assistant to fall for the celebrity they were serving. Hannah had even revealed that she bore no concern for Cindy as she would never fall for him.