Hit It Off
“How’s your friend doing? Is she better?” Matthew asked.
Josie froze before realizing he was referring to Laura’s psychiatrist. She scrutinized Matthew carefully
and concluded that he didn’t know about Morgan’s background.
“Yes. The psychiatrist is quite skillful indeed. It was a lot of help.”
Matthew nodded. “Good. He’s a genius banker at Wall Street; psychiatry is only his second job. Still,
Looks like he knows Morgan well. Morgan didn’t hide anything from Matthew.
Josie asked tentatively, “How did you guys meet?”
“We are… from the same university.” Matthew took a trip down memory lane. “Two years ago, I had a
patient from abroad, and he’s the family member of the patient. We hit it off from the beginning and
I see. Hmm… from that information, I can’t tell if Morgan is trying to get closer to Matthew on purpose.
Still, the coincidence is pretty suspicious.
“From the same university?”
“Yeah. Didn’t you know? He used to be the most popular person in Wavery University. Unfortunately,
when I went to Wavery as an exchange student, he left for another university abroad. I didn’t get to
witness the peak of his popularity back then,” he explained wistfully.
Josie finally recalled that the first time she met Matthew was after Morgan’s departure.
She had an indecipherable expression on her face. Fortunately, Matthew wasn’t there. Otherwise, he
would have known I was Morgan’s ex-girlfriend.
“What’s wrong?” he asked after seeing her silence.
Just as Paul walked out of the washroom, Josie shook her head. “Nothing. We are leaving soon. See
you around, Matt.”
He raised his head and looked at the corridor. “I hope we won’t be seeing each other in the hospital the
Josie chortled at his witty remark.
“I’m pretty happy at the place you rented for me. It’s also convenient for Old Mr. Russell to visit. Why
should I move?”
In the car, Paul protested when he heard Josie’s suggestion.
“What’s good about that place? It’s quiet, but you’re on the tenth floor. Grandpa has to take the elevator
every time. it’s too troublesome! If you live with us, it will be convenient for him to visit.”
Josie fabricated an excuse, hiding the fact that the landlord turned back on his promise.
“What’s wrong about taking the elevator?” Paul asked, confused.
“I-It’s… a waste of time!”
“Kiddo…” Paul shrugged. “I don’t mind staying with you guys for a few days, but this can’t be a long-
term solution. I’m not used to it.”
Upon hearing his reply, Josie lied, “Sure. If you can’t get used to it, I’ll find another place for you.”
Paul finally looked relieved upon hearing that.
By the time they arrived at Mason Garden, the maids had already prepared the room for Paul.
He grew up in a typical middle-class family. Never had he experienced having maids and servants, nor
had he stayed in such a huge mansion. On top of that, there was a garden and a lake behind the
house. The surroundings were exceptional.
Nevertheless, he wasn’t happy about his lavish accommodation. Instead, he looked troubled.
In the evening, when Josie was about to have a chat with Paul, she saw him staring blankly at the
“Pops, what’s on your mind?”
He returned to his senses and looked at her. “Jo, these things are alien to me.”
Josie was stunned for a moment before his words sank in. “Do you think I’ve changed?”
“It’s not that, but I’ve changed.” Paul waved and motioned her to sit. “Where’s he?”
They both understood who he was referring to.
Josie took a seat across from him and replied, “He’s on a business trip to Rivodia.”
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