Fabian chuckled lightly as he observed Hannah’s silly antics. What is she thinking?
“You can go if you want to.”
Hannah couldn’t believe her ears. In her opinion, Fabian was always making her do things against her will.
“Ok.” Hannah was elated. Even though she would be overwhelmed with work at times, she found fulfillment at work.
She felt like she was turning into Regina, who would spend her days doing nothing and had to rely on her husband for money, after resting at home for two days.
Hannah finished up her breakfast and was about to head out when Fabian spoke up. “How about I get someone to send you to work?”
Hearing that, Hannah shook her head. A lot of her colleagues had been gossiping about her relationship with Fabian ever since the incident. Hence, she had no desire to become a hot topic even though she didn’t mind the nasty rumors.
She shuddered at the thought of being regarded with outright hostility from millions of fangirls. “I’ll just take a cab.”
A gentle breeze blew on Hannah’s face as she rode in the cab with the window slightly open, her bangs fluttering in the wind. She stared fixedly out of the window.
She didn’t know whether to consider herself lucky that Fabian became the president of Phoenix Group at such a young age and made a name for himself in the industry or not.
More importantly, his ethereal look made him the dream man of many women out there. With a wave of his hand, girls would flock to his side. And yet, he married her.
Does he really love me?
I don’t think so. At least not when they were getting registered for marriage. Fabian didn’t love her. As for now, she didn’t know what his answer would be.
She soon arrived at her office building. Hannah looked up at the building and exclaimed excitedly, “I’m back!”
Then, she checked the time and saw that there were five minutes left to clock in.
I should be able to make it today and get paid.
Even though she was married to Fabian and would receive some pocket money from him every month, she had never spent a single cent of it. Her reason being she didn’t need a man to take care of her since she was capable of earning a living.
Hannah quickly strode towards the elevator and reached out just as the elevator doors were closing because missing this elevator would mean missing her pay for today. The moment the door opened, she breathed a sigh of relief, happy that she had made it just in time.
She then bowed in apology to everyone in the elevator before getting in. After pressing the elevator button for her office’s floor, she stood by the door, planning to dash out the moment she reached her floor to clock in.
Nevertheless, the reality was often disappointing. She bumped into someone when she rushed out of the elevator. “I’m sorry,” she apologized.
However, the other party was a little angry as she ignored Hannah’s apology and spoke in a mean tone. “Hey, watch where you’re going!”
Hannah’s head snapped up when she heard the familiar voice and saw that it was Yvette.
At the same time, Yvette looked up and frowned when she saw that it was Hannah. Her assistant said in frustration, “You again! What a jinx. Nothing good ever happens around you.”
Hannah found the female assistant funny and shrugged nonchalantly. “I feel the same way about you too.”
Upon that, the assistant flew into a rage. “W-What did you say?”
Hannah rolled her eyes at the female assistant and was about to leave.
“Wait.” Hannah paused and checked her wristwatch. Two minutes left before I bid goodbye to my pay for today!