As soon as I got upstairs back into my room, I saw a black figure entering my room through my half opened window. With the sun only just rising and the dark sky glowing only dim red, it looked acutely similar to a cheap vampire movie that I watched when I was little.
They’d come at night, scouring through the neighborhood, looking for girls who forgot to lock their windows.
When I got a good look at his face, I realized that he was Sang Shixi’s bodyguard just then. I spent all those efforts changing the pin and locking the door, and he just waltzed in through the window as if it was nothing.
Then, one by one, even more black figures emerged from my window, as I stared incredulously with wide eyes.
As soon as they came in, they wasted no time and immediately started packing. Less than five minutes later, one of the bodyguards took a coat off my coat rack and offered it to me, “Please, Ms. Xia. The weather forecast said that it’d be a little cold outside today.”
“What are you doing?” I had only just finished my words when the other bodyguards put two fully packed suitcases at my feet.