Chapter 24. But He Looked Up At The Moon
And on the empty corridor, only Abbie was left standing.
Her slender body leaned against the cold door panel, and her heart gradually felt a chill.
In a study room, the light was on.
The man just finished taking a shower, his short hair still wet and sticking to his handsome face, water droplets flowing down his bronze neck. The Adam’s apple rolled extremely sexily.
He was wearing a white bathrobe, revealing a tight and sturdy chest.
His long limbs had smooth lines.
As he walked to the desk wearing a pair of slippers, his gaze naturally fell upon the potted Mimosa, which was growing very well because someone took care of it every day.
There were also pots of mimosa plants placed in the villa where he lived.
Because that woman was there, he rarely went back there to live.
However, he often saw her standing in front of the window watering flowers, with a lazy posture and a bright smile.
‘Why did I think of that shameless woman again?‘
Kelvin’s face became even colder, with a hint of anger between his eyebrows.
“Bang.” He casually threw the towel in his hand onto the sofa and sank his tired body into the armchair.
Then he picked up a book from the desk and started to read it carefully.
“The Moon and Sixpence“: “All over the place was six pence, but he looked up at the moon.”
And below, there was a line of cute handwriting.
“Kelvin, he is my moon.”
His heart skipped a beat.
Was this written by Cheyenne?
How could that be possible!
But the handwriting was clearly hers.
Kelvin unconsciously rubbed the pages of the paper, making a faint rustling sound.
His deep gaze became dark with complicated emotions.