Yayoi wiped the tears from the corner of her eyes and said to Rosiley, "Rosiley, don't scare me in the future. If I have heart disease, you will really scare me to death."
Rosiley knew that she was wrong and nodded meekly. "I know. I won't do it next time.”
Yayoi smiled and looked up at Maddox. After hesitating for a moment, she said, "Maddox, this is our own business. You shouldn't ask Rosiley to help you.”
"I see," Maddox replied indifferently.
If she hadn't refused, he wouldn't have told Rosiley everything.
Thinking of this, Maddox let out a long sigh and stared at her. "Are you really not willing to be with me? Do you hate me, or do you have other worries?"
Rosiley looked at Yayoi quietly, waiting for her reply.
Yayoi looked at Rosiley, then shifted her gaze to Maddox and smiled, "I admit that I have a good impression of you, but it’s not enough for me to convince myself to be with you. Even if I really like you, I don't want you to come into conflict with your family for me. Otherwise, I will feel guilty.”
Yayoi made herself very clear that she was reluctant to be with Maddox.
Maddox laughed self-deprecatingly. "I got it. I won't force you.”
He had never been a stubborn man. Since she had said so, it would be very ungraceful for him to pester her again.
Perhaps Maddox could not see Yayoi's inner conflict, but Rosiley could.
While Yayoi was speaking, in the depths of her eyes, Rosiley saw her pain, which Yayoi thought was well hidden.
Yayoi liked Maddox.
Yayoi was just afraid that she would get the same result as her previous relationship.
At least, Rosiley thought so.
Rosiley held Yayoi's hand. The latter turned to look at Rosiley in surprise. When Yayoi saw the pity in Rosiley's eyes, she instantly understood.
Yayoi put on a self-deprecating smile. Sure enough, the one who understood her best was Rosiley.
Yayoi's eyes couldn't help but turn red. She blinked and smiled apologetically at Maddox. "Sorry, Mr. Shen."