“Mr. Russell is my superior. I wouldn’t dream of it.”
Arnold poured another glass of wine and handed it to her. He pointed to the indistinct figure at the door. “Some people dream of it for years, but to no avail. I have higher hopes for you compared to her
A woman stood at the door and handed Dexter documents. He glanced at it and quickly signed his name.
That woman was Ivy.
“That’s high praise, Mr. Carter.” Josie stared at the wine. She gritted her teeth and finished it. Red wine leaked from the corners of her mouth, and she looked sensual.
She didn’t have good alcohol tolerance. If she continued drinking like this, she couldn’t hold on much longer.
Dexter returned when Arnold poured the third glass of wine. As he walked over, he said casually. “You have such a good perception of my employee, Arnold. After that, he looked at Josie. “Mr. Carter is usually kind to women and doesn’t normally pour wine for women. He’s particularly excited today because he
Josie answered. “Thank you, Mr. Carter.
“My assistant told me she saw you at the Southeast Reservoir last week. I never thought that your fishing skills had improved recently. Dexter took out a cigarette but wasn’t rushing to light it.
Arnold leaned back and was utterly confident. “I must do what I can for this project.”
“Oh? I heard that Carter Group’s current capital flow can’t support an acquisition of Landon. You might not be able to win.”
“How can you decide when the jury is still out, Dexter? Landon has debts worth hundreds of millions at present. Can Russell Group bear it?”
A lighter clicked and lit the end of Dexter’s cigarette. He answered. “We have more than enough.”
Josie sat at the side and watched. She couldn’t help but be filled with admiration when she heard it. She had to admit that the man’s unintentional assertiveness was unrivaled. Even when Arnold showed off his abilities, he wasn’t a match for Dexter.
After a brief pause, Arnold picked up his coat and was about to leave. Before leaving, he asked, “When are you planning on settling down, Dexter?”
Dexter paused as he smoked. “I need to have a girlfriend before I settle down. I’m not as lucky as you, Arnold. You always have women around you.”
Upon hearing that, Arnold glanced at Josie and said meaningfully, “I think she’s pretty good.”
After that, he left the private room. It was as though a show had come to an end.
Josie shut her eyes, and she almost collapsed. She walked to close the door of the private room tightly. She said to the man who was smoking. “He was threatening you into giving up Landon by mentioning settling down. Does he know about our marriage?”
What Arnold implied was evident.
Dexter raised his brows indifferently. “What do you think?”
Josie’s hands clenched tightly. She was still in a cold sweat. “I’m sorry. I didn’t know that my presence would bring such an adverse effect. I never imagined Mr. Carter of Carter Group was in the private room.”
Dexter didn’t say anything after a long while, as if he was thinking of something.
“If I hadn’t brought you in just now, Arnold’s people would have taken you away tonight.” His voice was deep and intertwined with faint rage.
Josie could imagine the consequences of eavesdropping on confidential business information. But she didn’t want to listen to it in the first place. She didn’t know that the soundproofing here was so poor.
But at such a stage, she could only yield. “I won’t be so curious next time.”
“There’s no next time.” Dexter extinguished his cigarette and approached Josic. “I exposed a secret of mine. to Arnold to save your life. How are you going to repay me?”
Josie was startled and smiled bitterly. “… Why don’t I talk to Mr. Carter and change his mind?”
“You better do so if you don’t want to die!” He said in a low voice.
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