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196 'Nothing Happened'

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Lillian Grey hissed while staring at her mobile phone.No matter how many times she refreshes, there was no new notification popping out on the screen.

There was burning agitation stirring up inside of her.

Throwing the phone to her sides, Lillian changed her resting position from lying down to on her tummy. She buried her face deep into the cozy bed.

The bed felt comfortable yet lonely.

It had warmth yet not sweet; Lillian Grey missed the supple lavender smell.

Flipping over the next second and landing on her back, she threw an intense gaze on the ceiling. It had nothing exciting, but still, Lillian stared at it like it's a painting. Very soon, she got bored out of it and woke up to search for her phone.

"Where the h.e.l.l did I throw the d.a.m.n phone!"

Lillian muttered to herself while searching the messy bed.

Succeeding, she found her mobile phone under her unfolded and wrinkled blanket.

Hurriedly picking it up, Giselle took a glance at it.

Still no notification.


'What is happening?' - Lillian worried.

She sent a few messages to Giselle one after the other continuously, yet there was no sign.

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Previously, when Lillian sends texts, Giselle would reply to it within five minutes. However, this time, Lillian sent those messages an hour ago, and still, there was no acknowledgment from Giselle's end.

Going through the inbox, again and again, Lillian saw no response from Giselle.

p.i.s.sed off, Lillian Grey threw her mobile once again on the bed and went back to rest.

Covering her eyes with an arm, she rested on her bed.

Mind cl.u.s.tered from the sudden loss of contact, Lillian couldn't keep calm. She seethed inside and even went to the point of visiting Giselle personally.

Just as she considered that to be the best option at hand, a buzzing sound heard.

Lillian sprang forward, lifting her upper body in a flash; she looked for her phone and found it at the corner of the bed. When she threw it, the mobile landed on edge, thankfully clinging onto the sheets.

Crawling as she picked her mobile, Giselle saw the notification.

All of her excitement disappeared as soon as she noticed that it was a text message from Anna.

Displeased, Lillian still read the text Anna sent.


Ann 9:29 PM

No, she is not answering me either. What's wrong? Did something happen with you two?


Lillian's mood completely got destroyed after knowing that Giselle did not reply to Anna's calls too.

'Why is she not replying?'

'Did something happen to Giselle?'

'Did she reach home safely?'

Lillian feared. Scared to even harbor such a thought, Lillian gagged, trying not to exaggerate.

'Nah, she could be busy with her family. I mean the exams are over, they must be celebrating.'

'I am the delusional one.'

Lillian laughed to hide the anxiety.

"Maybe, I'll call her tomorrow," she convinced herself and once again threw her mobile carelessly on the bed and fell on her back.

Not a few seconds, she could be stable. Bouncing off and rolling left and right on her bed, Lillian Grey silently rebelled.

"Why aren't you replying to me, Giselle?"

Lillian yelled, finally letting out all of the frustrated pent up inside. She kept calm for almost an hour, waiting for a response from Giselle, but it didn't happen. Now that Lillian is sure that there won't be a reply, she finally blew a fuse.

Hanging her head outside the bed, Lillian Grey scratched her temple.

"What happened with Giselle?"


A voice broke out Lillian's melancholy.

Startled from the unexpected entrance, Lillian Grey fell on the floor, crashing her neck. Thankfully, the bed wasn't too high from the ground. She managed to get support from her both hands.


"Careful now," Edwin entered Lillian's room.

Seeing her crash, Edwin helped Lillian get up.

"What is with you?" Edwin asked.

"Uh, nothing," Lillian replied, rubbing the place she got crashed.

"Are you okay?"

"Did you hurt your neck?" Edwin worried, watching his daughter wither in pain.

"It is not hurting dad, just a little twinge. I'm okay," Lillian a.s.sured.

"What's up?" she asked casually.

Edwin glowered from her relaxed response.

"Are planning to skip dinner and cry alone in here?" he questioned.


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The dinner time at Grey's residence is usually at 9 PM, give or take a few minutes before or after. Regardless, the two would punctually a.s.semble even without any notice. Of course, the exam seasons go without any warning, Edwin Grey would deliver the dinner to Lillian's room directly.

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