That Day When I Got Married to My Boss at the Blind Date

Chapter 41

Jenny did not want to have any criminal records, so she left, sneering, “Well, you wait!”

“Thank you so much for today, Dr. Sander. I wouldn’t know what to do if it wasn’t for you. I’ve tried all
the tricks I know to deal with her, but they were all ineffective. Turns out that hitting her works the best.”

Josie thanked Matthew earnestly.

Matthew smiled. “Well, do you plan to thank me just like that? Or will you show me how grateful you

Josie looked at the time. Her eyes sparkled as she said, “Why not I treat you to lunch? You do not have
a shift now anyway, right?”

“That’s great. But your makeup…”

Only then Josie remembered her ghost makeup. She cursed under her breath and rushed to the
nearest restroom. “Wait a moment, Dr. Sander!”

Matthew’s eyes twinkled as he smiled.

Well, I will for however long she wants.

In the Italian restaurant.

The chili mussels were so spicy that Josie could not even close her mouth. She raised her glass and
had a toast with Matthew.

“Do you know how good it felt when you hit her? I have wanted to slap her over the past ten years, but I
never dared to. You helped me achieve my dreams.”

Matthew put his hands on the table and smiled, “I cannot imagine you being in that hell for ten years.
I’m more than happy to help you achieve your dream.”

“Sigh… Finally, something good happened.”

“What’s wrong? Is everything alright?”

Josie opened her mouth to speak, but no words could describe what she was going through. “Oh, it’s
all just work.”

Matthew caught a glimpse of her frustration. He pursed his lips. “Is it related to your father’s two
hundred thousand?”

It was quite a general question. Josie answered naturally, “Yeah. Money is difficult to come by.”

When she saw Matthew staring at her earnestly, she could not hold it back anymore. “Dr. Sander, can
you lend me your ears for a while?”

“Of course.”

“Okay then… I shall tell you the truth. I got married because of the two hundred thousand and the
medical team. Does this sound ridiculous? I sold myself for all that.” Josie smiled bitterly.

Matthew was surprised. He frowned and shook his head. “You got married for that?”

“Yes. I had no other choice. But don’t worry; I’m not selling my body. It’s just legal documentation, and I
only have to act as his wife!”

Matthew’s smile grew wider when he saw her explaining nervously. He could finally feel some weight
off his shoulders.

“I believe you.”

“Great! I finally have someone who understands me. But Dr. Sander, do you think that I am… Cheap?”

Josie always felt cheap when Dexter looked at her.

“Of course not, Jo. Everyone has their difficult times. It is okay to be like that temporarily. You just have
to remember to get back to your feet as soon as possible because this marriage is not good.”

Josie nodded frantically. “I know. Well, I shall treat you to another meal when I get a divorce then!”

“I shall treat you to a meal when that time comes.” Matthew poured her some wine as he looked at the
girl’s bright, cheerful eyes.


Josie did not know that Matthew wasn’t finished with his sentence.

I will confess my love to you then.

“What is the man you got married to like?”

Josie replied almost immediately. “Cold, ruthless, domineering, illogical, arrogant, and mean.” She
would use all the negative adjectives she knew to describe Dexter if she could!

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