No, she couldn't let Ivan take her out of here. Stanley had managed to know her approximate location, if Ivan suddenly shifted, Stanley's efforts would be wasted.
She had to find a way to keep herself here, and more than that, she had to make Ivan and Ivy stay together.
Therefore, when Stanley finds them, he'll be able to get them.
With that thought, Violet squeezed the railing and turned around to go back to her room.
This night, she finally relaxed a lot physically and mentally because she knew the good news that Stanley was in the same country, and had the first good sleep in the past few days.
Of course, to keep Ivan from going crazy and barging in in the middle of the night, she had moved a table and blocked the door to the room.
So that if anyone tried to break in, it would be immediately known to her.
Luckily, the night was very calm and no one meant to come in. Violet slept very well and woke up with her whole body in high spirits.
At that moment, there was a knock on the door from outside.
Violet dropped her arms that were stretched out and looked warily at the door, "Who is it?"
"Madam, breakfast is served." The maid's voice came from outside the door.
Violet let out a long breath, "I got it, I'll be here in a minute."
She thought it was Ivan again.
"Okay, madam, hurry up, I'll go down first." The maid added.
Violet gave a nod in response.
Soon, she heard the distant footsteps of the maid.
Violet lifted the cover and got out of bed, walked to the floor-to-ceiling windows, pulled the curtains open and looked out, trying to see if there were any ships, or planes or anything outside.
If there is, it's probably from Stanley.
But the sea level outside was so calm that there was not even a seabird, let alone a boat.
It seemed that Stanley hadn't found this place yet, but she was sure that it was only a matter of time before he did.
And the most important thing she needed to do now was to help stall Ivan and Ivy, not letting them leave the place.