Laura was still a no-show at the studio today. Josie had been trying to reach her to discuss some
design details, but her calls went unanswered.
Alice leaned in, curiosity evident on her face, “Still no luck getting in touch with her?”
Josie nodded, growing increasingly concerned. It had been since the opening day that she last saw
Laura. While it wasn’t mandatory for her as the boss to be present at the studio daily, Josie knew that
Laura had always been dedicated to the studio’s success and business. It was highly unusual for her to
disappear like this.
Recalling the injury she had noticed on Laura’s arm during their last encounter, Josie felt unease. It had
been days since she saw that injury, and she hadn’t heard from Laura since then.
“Never mind, I’ll go find her,” Josie said, feeling restless. She quickly packed up and left the studio.
But as she reached the elevator, the doors opened slowly, revealing a familiar figure. Josie was taken
aback, “Zac… Olsen?”
Since Josie had last laid eyes on him, he appeared noticeably more worn-out today, evident from the
stubble on his chin and his disheveled appearance.
He walked past Josie, made a beeline for the studio, and searched the premises. Josie trailed behind
him and inquired, “What are you looking for?”
“Is Laura here?” he asked with a stern tone.
Josie chuckled and retorted, “I was just about to ask you the same thing. Laura hasn’t been here for
days. Isn’t she at home?”
Zac’s expression darkened, and the corners of his mouth drooped.
Josie quickly grasped the situation and asked sharply, “What did you do to her?”
Since marrying Zac, Laura hadn’t been happy, and it didn’t take much imagination to figure out why.
“That day, I lost control and accidentally hurt her, Zac recounted calmly.
Josie raised an eyebrow, suspecting that this accident might not have been entirely unintentional.
“Is this the first time you’ve hurt her?”
Zac avoided eye contact and turned his face away.
Silence speaks volumes. Josie understood. Anger surged, and she pulled out her phone, muttering,
“Men are all bunch of idi ts!”
Zac ran a hand through his hair and closed his eyes in frustration.
The call refused to connect.
Josie scoffed and flung her phone aside, saying, “You have all these powerful connections and
surveillance, so why haven’t you put them to use, Mr. Olsen?”
In fact, Zac had already checked the surveillance.
Laura left the Olsen Residence in a car and headed straight for Norsturham. The mountainous area
was rough, with numerous blind spots in the surveillance cameras. They searched along the route and
discovered she had ventured up the mountain alone.
Norsturham, located in Wavery, was an undeveloped and incredibly remote area.
Josie furrowed her brow. She had heard stories about Laura’s love for outdoor adventures. Whether it
was skydiving, bungee jumping from mountaintops, or climbing in snowy regions… she had a daring
spirit that bordered on seeking death.
Laura had even once recounted a bungee jumping incident where the rope unexpectedly snapped,
causing her to plunge ten meters from the sky, sending a wave of terror through the staff who
Fortunately, a large body of water was below, preventing a fatal outcome. However, it was still enough
to send shivers down one’s spine.
After that incident, Laura had promised her friends and family that she would avoid such extreme
challenges, and she had indeed refrained from solo escapades for a long time.
So why did she choose to venture alone to Norsturham now?
The meteorological bureau predicted rain tonight,” Josie casually pointed out to Zac, who was fervently
searching for the location.
Zac visibly stiffened at the mention.
Josie pressed on, Laura is your wife. Can you truly live with yourself if something were to happen to
Her words struck a chord deep within Zac, hitting a vulnerable spot. It served as a wake-up call and a
Zac’s visit to the studio that day was solely a bid to cause trouble with her. It was also a cover to test
his own emotional resilience. As a result, he exited Josie’s office, seething with anger.
Josie casually tossed the documents she had been holding onto the table.
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