Let me go, Mr. Hill By Shallow South Chapter 486

Read Let me go, Mr. Hill [by Shallow South] Chapter 486 – Shaun did not feel any pain and looked down at her. “Go ahead and bite. Didn’t you tell me about a certain someone who would bite another person because she loved him too much? Bite me as hard as you love me.”

“…”

Catherine almost gagged. That was so long ago, yet he still remembered it. It was just moments ago when she thought that he had a bad memory.

“Why aren’t you biting anymore? Are you afraid of hurting me?” Shaun touched her ears like she was a little kitten, his soft voice magnetic and electric. “It’s okay, I’m not afraid of pain.”

Catherine was completely depressed now.

If she bit him, it was a sign of affection, but if she did not bite him, then it meant she could not bear to hurt him.

There was no way she could win against him.

“Go to sleep.” Shaun hugged her and turned off the lights before lying down.

He soon fell asleep while taking in her scent.

However, Catherine could not sleep.

She was getting hungry.

She ate a lot during dinner with Charity, but she was hungry again before it was 11:00 p.m. When did her appetite grow so big?

The next day.

When Catherine woke up, it was already 9:00 a.m.

It was the first time she woke up so late. She hurried downstairs, and Shaun, who was sitting on the sofa reading the newspaper, immediately got up. “I prepared breakfast for you, so—”

“Shaun Hill, did you turn my alarm off?” Catherine interrupted him angrily.

“Your alarm rang for a long time but you were still sleeping like a little pig, so I turned it off.”

“That’s impossible. I usually wake up at the slightest sound.”

Catherine huffed, refusing to admit that she was so deeply asleep.

Her eyes were wide and round, and her hair was tousled as she just woke up. Her cheeks were also painted with a red blush, making her look adorable.

Shaun only laughed. “I knew that you’d accuse me. Fortunately, I recorded a video as proof.”

He played the video. On the screen, she was sleeping soundly on his arm as the alarm rang loudly. She simply frowned and reached for the blanket before continuing to sleep.

Catherine, “…”

If she had not seen this with her own eyes, she would not have known that she could sleep like that.

She even used his arm as a pillow.

How depressing.

“Be good. Breakfast is on the stove. It’ll be ready soon.” Shaun looked at her red face and smiled. Then, he went to the kitchen to cook.

Catherine originally wanted to say ‘I don’t want to eat’, but her stomach suddenly grumbled, so she could not bring herself to say those words.

Forget it. In any case, she used to be the one who cooked for him before. It was time for him to repay her.

Three minutes later, a steaming bowl of noodles was served.

Catherine took a bite and found the taste odd.

“You didn’t add salt?”

“That’s impossible. I remember I added it.” Shaun tasted it and realized that he really did not add the salt.

“Forget it. Bring the salt over.” Catherine sighed.

Shaun lowered his eyes in chagrin and walked to the side with his head down.

Catherine watched him walk in the wrong direction. “Wait, the salt is in the kitchen. Why are you going to the bathroom?”

Shaun froze at her reminder and walked into the kitchen as if he had just woken up from a dream.

Behind him, Catherine’s frown grew deeper.

He was acting like her grandmother who had developed dementia, but Shaun was still so young…

Suddenly, the doorbell rang.

She opened the gate and Hadley hurriedly entered with a heavy frown. “Young Madam, I got someone to investigate the matter last night. Rebecca Jones escaped a few months ago.”

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