My Naughty Fake Bride-chapter 16

Han Jie smiled and started her speech. "I'm not the same as my sister," she began.

(Shock Therapy) 


Jonah choked on his espresso and started out coughing. "Arg."

"Oy! Why are you choking on coffee? Are you stupid?" Han Jie requested unhappily. Han Jie requested dropping the cellphone and hitting Jonah's back.

"Miss it was your fault! What is incorrect with you?!" He requested embarrassed while making an attempt to clear the burning ache in his throat.

"Oy, why is that so shocking? What! are you a virgin?" She requested all the whilst laughing at him now. She tried to dial her phone again.

"Enough, enough," Jonah managed to choke out refusing to answer such question. His face was all red and splotched with an embarrassment which gave away the answer making Han Jie snicker harder.

Han Jie saved laughing as she looked for her telephone and cut the modern-day strive to call.

"Well it's going to make her relaxed adequate to call." Han Jie said.

"You tried to kill me so that your sister would be rested?" Jonah asked a little calmer. Though the voicemail message she left seems greater like she was making an attempt to make Han Mei sense guilty as an alternative of relaxed.

Han Jie snorted, before answering dismissively. "Yes, maybe, no however you understand!"

Jonah sighed in reply. He did not apprehend at all. "Never thought that. It's late, let's get going, Miss"

"Righty-o Jonah-o!"

This made Jonah subconsciously grin. To add to his entertainment, Han Jie sang at some stage in the journey making him smile all the way back to the resort as well.

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(The subsequent day…) 

Han Jie wasn't nervous. More like she did not exhibit any signs and symptoms of being nervous. Jonah noted. He additionally had a feeling that she likely didn't understand the meaning of the word.

When Jonah had informed her of her father's arrival, she had smiled and persevered drawing in the living room. She hadn't even modified out of her pajamas.

Jonah shook his head and smiled. Han Jie was a handful.

"Your father will be arriving in a few minutes, maybe you should change," Jonah counseled though he knew that Han Jie would probably no longer pay attention to him.

"No thanks, he needs this shock therapy." She murmured while her head was on a pillow whilst laying on the inn couch.

"So you, not dressing up is section of your grand design for this shock therapy?" Han Feng blurted out as he walked into the room and stood still. He knew at that very second that Han Jie was up to no good.

'I would have coloured my hair red to make it worse,' Han Jie smiled mischievously as she thought to herself. "Good morning father." she stated lazily.

"Jie'er, how are you?" he replied, ignoring his daughter's antics. He then nodded to acknowledge Jonah's bow.

"I'm satisfactory father. How was your trip?" she asked careful moving her drawing e book but not closing it. "I made something father. Look at it and it will probably alternate your mind." Han Jie offered.

Han Feng gave the drawing e book a glance that induced his face to flip black from annoyance however held it in. "It was artistic. Let's have breakfast." He said refusing to take the bait or snap to avoid his blood pressure to upward thrust that usually takes place when dealing with his eldest daughter.

Han Jie was dissatisfied as she looked at the drawing book. It said, 'get married to keep away from loneliness'. But that did not imply she did not have a plan B.

"Let's go then." she stated looping her hand through her father's earlier than he managed to get out of the room.

Han Feng nodded and led her to the dining room of the hotel. It was a buffet style dining. His daughter was really pushing his buttons by using going out with her pyjamas ion such a public place. Too awful for her, he planned to let her do something she wanted earlier than the marriage dinner.

After breakfast was served, Han Jie remained silent.

"Speak Jie'er, you continually have a lot to say." Han Feng stated while flipping the newspaper that he was holding.

Han Jie smiled and started her speech. "I'm not the same as my sister," she began.

"I know that younger lady." He spoke back with a chuckle.

She glared at him for interrupting. "No one likes liar father."

Han Feng raised a brow. "Of course. So we need to make positive that no one will know from the other family's side."

"But… But… Father it's a mortal sin and ought to be taken in opposition to you ah! This is horrific karma so let's not do it okay?" She offered.

"How can fulfilling my old friend's wish to provide me a awful karma? It was simply sad that they preferred your sister. I would have gladly let them choose you instead." He stated so informal that it annoyed Han Jie. She felt like the Suzuki family was searching down on her and her father was quality with it.

She felt like complaining, "So rather using me as a transient band-aid, why don't you simply ask for a delay in the engagement due to some unexpected circumstance?" she requested grinning instead.

Jonah who was standing off at the facet rolled his eyes. So this was the grand plan?

Han Feng laughed heartily. "That's why you are filling in my dear. The unforeseen circumstance has come to an end."

"You already gave that excuse?" Han Jie was disappointed.

"Why did not you ask Jonah?" her father asked.

Han Jie whirled round and glared at Jonah. "Traitor!" she stated accusingly.

Jonah smiled at her with his palms raised in surrender. "Miss You did not ask," he stated grinning cheekily at her.

"You will meet your temporary fiancé tonight. Be organized for acting well." Her father stated wiping his lips. He stood and left the room.

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