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“Hello, Leanna? Can you come to my dorm? I’m working on something, and I want to know your opinion.”
I placed down the brush and stared at the canvas at different angles.
“Zoe, I’m sorry. I can’t. Estela and I are going to fetch Cain.”
I got excited about the idea of meeting the elusive man.
Without thinking, I shouted, “I want to come with you!”
I stood from my stool and ran to my closet.
“Hello~! Zoe, be here in Azure Sky in an hour,” said a melodious harp-like voice.
“Estela? Where are we going?” I stumbled, trying to get out of my pajamas.
“Oh~! Don’t worry. It’s not that far~ tehehehehehe.”
“Alright. I’ll be there in an hour. Wait for me here,” I said and ended the call.
I should have known talking to Estela Fay would either infuriate me or left me dumbfounded.
I shouldn’t have trusted her words when she said it was near.
It’s a whole fucking seven hours to Vegas!
All the while, I was in awe and amazed at the things I saw in Vegas. Sparkly buildings. Hyper crowds. Fast-moving cars. And this . . .
An enormous, elegant Casino!
I forgot myself at the grandiose in front of me. Good thing that Leanna grabbed my hand and pulled me along.
Inside, I didn’t know which to take in first. The cosplay of people. The extravagant high ceiling. The large dance floor, or the delicious mouth-watering food.
I’ll go with the latter.
I made my way towards the food section when Leanna walked forward.
“Hey! Leanna, where are you going?” I said, intending to grab her hand when Estela stopped me.
My attention shifted to Estela’s charming face and noticed her pretty eyes were locked forward. I turned to follow her line of sight.
I knew somewhere in me, I didn’t believe Leanna was going out with THE Cain Fay. I mean, no offense to Leanna, she’s pretty –– but Cain Fay was like a whole new dimension altogether. I even thought Estela was not a Fay . . . for many reasons.
But seeing it now.
Leanna was dancing intimately with a man with a silver mask. Just one look, I knew it was Cain Fay. I could never forget such a charismatic man. That silver hair. Frosty eyes. And that intimidating air surrounding him. A man who demanded respect. Demanded attention.
Is this what real love is?
Watching as the two dance in their own little world, radiating warmth and happiness.
I didn’t know Cain Fay could be so warm.
I felt a pang in my heart.
I knew what it was –– that heavy, unpleasant, suffocating feeling.
Don’t get me wrong. I was not in love with Cain Fay. Just a crush. Just a silly admiration for him, like any other female, when they saw the handsome guy. I was jealous of Leanna because she was experiencing love, and also . . . proud and happy for her.
What a strange feeling.
I couldn’t take my eyes off them as well as the audience –– the two where mesmerizing. I didn’t even notice Estela, who was busy taking pictures of Leanna and Cain (where did she even hide that thing?).
I held my mouth as my lips twitched upward into a broad grin when THE Cain Fay embraced Leanna in front of the sea of gaping people.
But I was jolted awake when the cold man led Leanna out of the Casino.
I was about to chase after them when out of the corner of my eyes, a beautiful young boy flashed into my view.
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