"Reporter, am I not making the decision for myself?" Julie had an apologetic look on her face, and her eyes betrayed a hint of guilt. "I don't want to bother you. I saw that you were too engrossed in your conversation with that female doctor," she continued
Viola was so furious, but she could only keep smiling and said against her will, "It doesn't matter. I heard you. I was going to tell him later."
Julie breathed a sigh of relief.
Viola gave a slight cough and said, "Assistant Julie, did you say that Mr. Chu asked me to go to his office?"
"Yes. The CEO is sick. He needs someone who is considerate to take care of him, such as you." Julie flattered.
After chuckling awkwardly a few times, Viola said, "Don't flatter me. I'm careless and clumsy. I don't think it's appropriate for me to take care of Mr. Chu."
Most importantly, why should she take care of him when he was injured? At best, it is seeking ways to return his kindness, at worst, it is like the servant girl in ancient to take the trouble to serve the master as he fell ill.
"Mr. Chu said that you would be fine with that." Julie encouraged her with a gentle tone. "Miss Qi, you have to be confident in yourself."
Taking a deep breath, Viola took a heavy load on her mind and refused bluntly, "I'm sorry, but I can't take care of you any longer. I'm just recovered and I need to go home to have a rest."
"Well, if that's the case, could you please inform Mr. Chu in person?" Julie handed her phone, with a pleading in her eyes.
Feeling helpless, Viola took over the phone and called Maynard.