Josie didn’t understand what Arnold meant by his cryptic message, but he assured her she would
understand when she arrived.
The restaurant was located in the city center.
Arnold looked dashing in his gray suit, while Josie’s face was pale and drawn in comparison. After he
placed his order, he pointed at her face and said, “You look exhausted. Please get some rest.”
Josie was exhausted, but she was feeling better than she had this morning. She hadn’t had a chance
to rest since the chaos broke out.
“I don’t have time to rest,” Josie said, her head in her hands.
Arnold glanced down at her blouse, which was slightly exposed, and saw the bruises on her neck. He
narrowed his eyes and asked, “Did he hit you?”
Josie immediately covered her neck with her hands. “No,” she uttered softly.
Arnold caught on to what had happened. When their food arrived, Arnold helped Josie to cut fter steak
before handing it to her. “Thank you,” she muttered.
“Why did you call me out here?” Josie asked. She knew she shouldn’t be seen with Arnold, as it would
only anger Dexter further. But after everything that had happened, she didn’t think this would make any
“You’ll know soon enough, Arnold said with a smirk.
A sweet voice rang out across the room. “Arnold!”
Josie looked up and saw a woman approaching them. Her pale, delicate skin gleamed in the distance,
and her chestnut brown hair framed her soft features. She wore flats, and her overall appearance was
gorgeous, exuding an elegant aura.
Before Josie could start guessing who it was, she noticed the man standing beside the woman.
He was tall and broad-shouldered, with profound yet cold features. He exuded a unique charisma.
Josie gripped her fork tightly, trying to control the trembling in her hands.
They were about to approach their table.
“Eileen, come over here,” Arnold insisted.
The woman called Eileen met eyes with the man beside her and slowly walked over to their table.
Arnold grabbed her wrist and pulled her onto his lap.
“Why are you here?”
Josie stared at the man who stood still a few feet away. She took a deep breath and tried to calm her
racing heart. She could see the corner of his lips lift in a smirk as he turned and walked away.
Eileen’s voice was soft and gentle. She looked over at Josie and asked, “Who is she?”
Arnold’s voice softened when he spoke to Eileen. “She’s a friend of mine. We bumped into each other
here and decided to have lunch together. Why are you here today?” He ran his fingers through her hair
as he spoke.
Josie nodded at Eileen in greeting and continued to eat her steak. Knowing that she looked frail and
exhausted, she was confident no one would mistake her to be Arnold’s partner.
Eileen wrapped her arms around Arnold’s neck and whispered, “I wanted to find you, but I saw Dexter
downstairs, so I decided to have lunch with him instead?”
Her face was pale and soft, like a porcelain doll.
She was undeniably attractive.
Arnold pinched her waist and smiled. If that’s the case, you can go ahead. Call me when you’re done,
and I’ll take you home.”
Eileen nodded and gave him a peck on the cheek. As she stood up, Arnold pulled her back and
passionately kissed her.
Before Josie could ask any questions, Arnold curtly explained, “She’s Eileen Shaw, the only daughter
of Nigel Shaw from Laxir Corporation. They’re considering marrying their daughter into the Carter
Josie’s eyes widened. “You’re going to marry her to save the Carter Group?”
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