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“You’re going back?” Daniel asked, surprised. Eric and Evangeline disappeared throughout Christmas and even new year, and now the woman was telling him all to sudden that they were on a plane on the way back to Burberry. He honestly thought they would go back together.
“Yeah, something came up, so we have to go back first,” said Evangeline, her tone lazy and a bit sleepy.
“. . . Alright. Safe travels then––” Daniel didn’t finish when Evangeline cut the line.
Looking at his phone, he sighed and got back to reading the mountain of proposals on his table. He still had two weeks more before the class officially starts, and he wasn’t in a hurry to go back to Burberry. Mostly because of the situation he would face once he returned.
He shook his head to get the heavy thoughts from his head and immersed himself in his work like he did to forget reality.
Meanwhile, at Everland international airport. Evangeline and Eric were already sitting comfortably on the passenger chair, wrapped in a comfy comforter.
“I honestly don’t know why you want me to say goodbye to him. It’s not like we won’t see each other again,” Evangeline said, rubbing her head on Eric’s arm before making herself comfortable.
“We owe it to him for his hospitality and kindness. It’s only right to inform him that we’re leaving first,” Eric replied. His head tilted to the side, resting on top of Evangeline’s.
Resisting an eye roll, Evangeline change the topic. “Eric . . .”
“I’m not over the scary house, and that ghost’s face still haunted me in my dreams . . . so . . .” Evangeline twirled her fingers around Eric’s chest, fluttering her eyelids.
“. . . Is it alright if I stay with you?” she asked.
“. . .”
Stifling a laugh, Eric patted her head. “Sure.”
Though he wanted to ask for how long, he didn’t for he knew she would reply with an ambiguous answer. Besides, he was not entirely against the idea of them living together. In that way, he could take care and be with her.
Biting her bottom lip, Evangeline restrained a giggle. “I’m looking forward to living with you.”
Eric kissed her forehead. “Me too . . .”
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