A Plea for Help
The summer rain beat down on Summer’s umbrella as she waited, the wind whipping her hair into her
face. She was starting to lose hope that Dexter would show up. But after a while. she saw the
headlights of a car coming down the street.
Summer couldn’t believe her eyes. She thought she was dreaming.
The car plate indicated that it was Dexter’s car. The door opened, and a man stepped out, carrying a
black umbrella. He was tall and handsome, with a confident and dignified air. He saw the lady looking
at him in disbelief.
Summer’s eyes lit up with a glint of triumph. She threw her umbrella aside and ran towards him,
hugging him tightly. “I knew you would come,” she whimpered.
Her confidence made his forehead crease.
Dexter slowly removed her hands from his waist and gently pushed her away, holding the umbrella
over her head. “Summer, I can’t help you with Vaste’s problems,” he said calmly. “I don’t have any
responsibility to help them, and even though I’m close to Arnold, I have not
in his decision to acquire Vaste. Do you understand?”
After all, they had a long history of conflict, and their feelings for each other were far from friendly.
Dexter was clear and direct with Summer, so there would be no room for misinterpretation.
Dexter had no intention of meeting Summer today, but he still felt bad for her. He knew that she was in
a difficult situation, and he regretted being so harsh to her in the past.
“I understand,” Summer said. “But you once told me that you respected companies with a long history
in the field. If Vaste disappears, it will be a blow to the entire traditional media industry. The industry is
already declining, and we need all the help we can get. Can’t you just help us out this one time as a
way to show your appreciation for the traditional media?”
Dexter was torn about the situation.
Summer was a force to be reckoned with when she was determined. Nothing could stand in her way.
Her hair was plastered to her face, and her clothes were soaked. Tears and raindrops mingled on her
cheeks, and he couldn’t tell which were which.
Dexter was unmoved by her request. “The effort that went into acquiring Vaste cannot be ignored. Even
if I could persuade Arnold, who would compensate him for his losses?”
Summer suddenly grabbed Dexter’s hand and pleaded, ‘I’ll have Vaste take responsibility for all the lost
efforts. As long as the Carter Group gives us a chance to survive, Vaste is willing to compromise for the
benefit of the Carter Group in the future.”
Since they were competitors, Arnold might not even consider these conditions.
Dexter tried to pull his hand away but was surprised by how cold her hands were.
He then realized that she must have been standing in the rain all day.
He had come all this way to meet her, so he couldn’t just push her away, especially since she was sick.
He left his hands on hers. “Let’s go inside and talk,” he insisted.
Emerald Villa was a unique, rustic-style villa located on the seafront. It had been auctioned for a
hundred and twenty million, but the deal fell through for unknown reasons.
The last time Dexter was here, he was with Josie.
The peach tree in the garden had grown tall and strong, its leaves a lush green.
Summer’s hands shook as she pushed open the door to the villa. She hadn’t been here in four years,
but everything looked the same. The furniture, the decorations, and even the smell in the air were
Summer’s eyes filled with tears. She never thought she would be back in this villa again.
Suddenly, her vision went black, and her head spun. She collapsed to the ground,
“Summer!” the man shouted.
She had a high fever and collapsed from the stress that had built up over time.
When Summer finally opened her eyes, she noticed that there was a cooling patch on her forehead, a
warm cup of water within reach, and a few tablets sitting on the bedside table
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