The convenient Bride

Chapter 147: Be Lovey-dovey

After taking her seat, Rosiley sized up the entire private room. The decoration style was the same as
the downstairs hall. It was classic and quiet.

At this moment, the picture hanging on the wall attracted her attention.

She got up and walked closer to see that it was a group photo.

There were ... Rosiley counted seven people, who were all in their teens and very young.

Rosiley looked carefully. Then, she turned to look at Sachin and asked, "Is this your group photo?"

“Yes.” Sachin nodded slightly.

She looked up and asked, "Is the beautiful girl in the middle the owner of this restaurant?"

Sachin couldn't help but laugh, "How do you know?"

"Because she looks older than you."

“Rosiley, do you recognize Sachin?" Maddox asked in curiosity.

"Of course!" Rosiley pointed at the boy on the far left of the photo. "All the people in the picture are
smiling except him. Who else could this cold-faced man be if not him?"

"I don't know why he is so cold when taking a picture." Rosiley looked disgusted. She couldn't help but
wonder if he would also be so cold if they took wedding photos in the future.

In the wedding photo, she was the only one smiling foolishly, as if she had forced him.

“Rosiley, you don't understand. This is personality. If Sachin grinned like everyone else, can you
recognize him at a glance?"

“Why I cannot? He looks better than the others. How can I not recognize him?"

The corners of Maddox's lips twitched. If the others heard this, they might be unhappy.

Her words delighted Sachin. His pitch-black pupils flickered with a faint smile.

"The others should be Payton and the others. They look so young and tender." Rosiley stared at the
photo for a while before returning to her seat.

“Sachin, you're close to the owner of this restaurant?" Rosiley asked casually.

Before Sachin spoke, Maddox said, "Rosiley, are you afraid that she had something with Sachin?"

Maddox snickered.

Rosiley rolled her eyes at him, "No one treats you as dumb if you don't speak."

Maddox giggled. After all, Sachin was here and he couldn't laugh too loudly.

"Ms. Chu is our eldest sister. She is a few years older. So, she takes good care of us."

When mentioning Doreen, Sachin smiled and looked very gentle.

"I see." Rosiley turned around and looked at the photo. Other than Doreen, she had already seen
everyone else. She couldn't help but be curious about this beautiful girl.

Perhaps it was fate. When they were halfway through their meal, Doreen pushed open the door and

Rosiley met Doreen as she wished.

Doreen, as good as her name, was white and beautiful with a cold temperament.

"Sachin." Doreen looked at Sachin, who she hadn't seen for a long time, with an undisguised joy on her

Sachin put down his chopsticks, picked up the wet towel on the table and wiped the corners of his
mouth. Then he replied,

"Doreen, long time no see.”

His voice remained calm. Only the smile in his eyes revealed his feelings when he saw Doreen.

Doreen strode over and sat down. She swept her gaze over the woman beside Sachin and
remembered what the manager had told her. She smiled and said, "Sachin, why don't you introduce

"Dear Doreen, didn't you see me?" when Maddox saw that Doreen didn't seem to have seen him but
just stared at Sachin and Rosiley, he felt somewhat dissatisfied.

Doreen turned to look at him and smiled, "Good evening, Maddox."

These words were very perfunctory.

Maddox was unhappy!

When Rosiley saw Maddox's gloomy expression, she couldn't help but laugh.

Doreen frowned, "Did I say anything funny?"

Rosiley looked up at her and smiled embarrassedly, "No."

“Are you Sachin's wife?" Doreen asked.


For some reason, Rosiley felt that this beautiful woman sitting in front of her was oppressive, making
her feel a little uneasy and nervous.

Doreen looked up and turned to Sachin, "Does Mr. Sachin know?"

Sachin's eyes narrowed slightly, revealing a trace of coldness. "That's not important.”

Rosiley could clearly feel that the atmosphere around him became tense when Doreen mentioned "Mr.

She knew about the situation of the Lu family from Payton. She also knew that the wealthy families
were successful to outsiders, but the deplorable inside was unknown to others.

She thought that Sachin might hate his father.

Just like her.

Rosiley felt distressed and gripped his hand. Sachin turned to look at her in surprise.

She smiled. When Sachin saw the sadness in her eyes, he instantly understood her thoughts. A wisp of
tenderness flashed in his black eyes. They were holding each other's hands tightly.

The other two people present rolled their eyes because of their affectionate gazes.

"Maddox, are they often so lovey-dovey like this?"

"They are always so lovey-dovey. We need to get used to it." Maddox said as if he had been through
the experience.

Doreen smiled and didn't say anything else.

In her impression, Sachin was aloof and knew nothing about romance. She had thought that he would
be single for a lifetime. But she did not expect him to be the first person in their group to get married.

This was inconceivable!

"This is the first time Rosiley comes here. I will treat you guys." Doreen freed their consumption.

"I haven't intended to pay either."

Sachin was in a rare good mood to tell a joke.

The atmosphere was very harmonious and relaxed. Doreen had also reversed Rosiley's first
impression of her. She was completely different from the usual arrogant rich family's daughter and was


When the conversation reached its climax, Doreen asked the manager to bring over a couple of bottles
of wine. She said that she wanted to have fun with them and get drunk.

As a result, although Rosiley just wanted to eat private dishes at the beginning, it turned into a
gathering for friends catching up now.

In the end, Doreen was drunk. She lay on the table and muttered, "Sachin, when I see you happy, I feel
relieved. I feel relieved...

Hearing this, Rosiley looked up. Why did she feel there was an inside story?

She turned to look at Sachin who was talking to the manager. Even if it was just a profile, it was perfect
enough to make people jealous.

Could it be that the girls beside him hadn't been tempted by such an outstanding and perfect man?

For example ... Doreen.

They were childhood sweethearts and had a similar family background. They were all good-looking and
like the hero and heroine in a romance novel.

However, Rosiley pursed her lips. Doreen treated Sachin like an elder sister without any other

Was it because she was present, or was it just like that?

Before Rosiley could figure it out, she heard Sachin's deep voice.

“Rosiley, let's go home.”