Hannah had a frown on her face as her mind was filled with all sorts of conflicting thoughts.
Bang! The loud noise snapped her out of it, and she realized she had crashed her car into the red Porsche in front of her.
Upon taking a closer look at the plate number, she recognized it as Yvette’s car.
Knock! Knock! Knock! Yvette’s assistant knocked angrily on her window, so she had no choice but to get out of the car and work things out.
“Don’t you watch where you’re going? Of all the cars on the road, you just had to crash into this one, huh? Do you know how much the repairs are going to cost? You think you can afford to pay for it?” the assistant bombarded her with a barrage of questions before she could even say anything.
Hannah had decided to take the van instead as she didn’t want to draw attention to herself, so it was understandable why Yvette’s assistant would look down on her.
She took a deep breath and said as calmly as possible, “Sorry, I’ll compensate you fully for the repairs.”
The assistant sneered and jabbed a finger at Hannah as she shouted, “Do you even have any idea how much this car costs? You wouldn’t be able to afford the repairs even if you sold your car over here!”
Hannah frowned as she felt her patience running out.
“What do you guys want from me, then?” she snapped back at the assistant with her hands on her hips.
On top of that, her height of five feet and seven inches combined with her three-inch heels made her seem all the more intimidating.
“What’s going on here?” Yvette asked as she came out of the car.
She was wearing a short red dress and had a pair of matching red heels to go with it.
The assistant shot Hannah a contemptuous look as she said, “This woman has the audacity to talk back at us after crashing her car into yours!”
Yvette gracefully took her sunglasses off and eyed Hannah from head to toe disdainfully before putting it back on.
“Just have her pay for the repairs, then. What’s there to argue about?” she said casually with her arms folded across her chest.
Hannah walked up to Yvette and said with a sneer, “Ms. Tanner, I’ll have you know that I did offer to compensate you two fully for the repairs. However, your assistant doesn’t seem intelligent enough to understand such a basic concept. I suggest you get yourself a new one.”
“What the hell did you just say?” The assistant got mad and stepped forward to hit her, but Hannah was faster and stopped her by grabbing her wrist.
Yvette frowned slightly when she noticed a familiar scent in the air. Wait… This smells like… Fabian!
A look of panic flashed past her eyes when it dawned on her who she was up against, and she said with the friendliest smile she had, “In that case, there is no reason for us to be arguing at all! We’re at fault too, so let’s just call it even, okay?”
Hannah was a little taken aback by her response. “We can’t just let this slide! She’s clearly in the wrong here!” the assistant shouted angrily.
“Shut up! I said, we’re calling it even!” Yvette cut her off.
Hannah leaned lazily against her van as she watched the drama unfold before her.
The assistant shot her a furious glare, but didn’t dare say another word.
Yvette then shifted her gaze back towards Hannah and said with a smile, “I apologize for the rude behavior of my ignorant assistant. Don’t worry, we won’t be seeking any legal recourse for this incident.”
“All right, then.” Hannah replied in a very cold tone..
Yvette simply nodded awkwardly in response and watched in silence as Hannah made her way back into her van.
Heh… She’s quite a charming one, I’ll give her that… I guess I can see why Fabian would fall for her… Hannah sneered as she thought to herself.