Can't stop loving you

Chapter 103 If You Want To Play, Then Play Bigger

It was not until they ran outside that Viola let out a long sigh of relief. The phone in her hand was still ringing.

She took it and found it was from Zarian.

Thinking of the wedding ceremony in the daytime, Viola picked up the phone. "Zarian, where are you now?"

"I'm at the seaside. Can you come over?" The sound of waves hitting on rocks came along with Zarian's tired voice.

It was so dark that she could hardly hear what he was saying if she didn't listen carefully.

She hesitated for a while and said in a low voice, "Okay, I'll be right there."

She hung up the phone immediately and ran out. She did not see anyone following her secretly.

As she walked along the beach, she looked for the figure of Zarian in a crowd of people. She didn't even dare to blink her eyes for fear of missing him.

Half way along the beach, she saw a slender white figure walking into the sea in the silver moonlight

Her heart missed a beat.

Then she pulled out her cell phone and called Zarian with confirmation.

Then she saw the cellphone in the hand of someone not far away from her. It seemed that he was going to commit suicide.

Taking off her high heels, she rushed into the sea and grabbed the hem of Zarian's clothes, ignoring the fast splashing waves on her body.

"Don't be so Keep going forward, no matter Don't take it too hard... " Zarian turned around and held her in his arms. He put his head on her thin shoulder and said in a low voice, "Viola, Ivy's baby is gone."

Viola was astonished. How come Ivy's baby was gone?

She tried to push him away, but the more she pushed him, the tighter he held her.

After several times, she had to give up. She patted him on the back slightly with her hand stiffly and comforted, "It's all right. You are all right. There will be children in the future."

"I suspect that I'm not the father of her child."

There were so much information in his words that Viola could not react in a short time.

She didn't know what was going on, so she just kept silent.

All of a sudden, the sea and the seaside were illuminated by the lights.

Even though she was standing with her back to the light, she still felt it was a glare.