Chapter 151: I Don't Feel Tired with You by My Side
Along with Candance's screams and struggles, Rosiley removed the gauze wrapped around her
forehead, making the wound visible.
It sure was a small wound.
"“Candance, do you think the police will do everything you tell them to do?" Rosiley threw the gauze on
Candance. "Or do you think you are rich enough to buy Yayoi into prison?"
Candance realized they had seen through her ruse, so she stopped pretending. "So what? Yayoi is
nothing more than an ant to me. I can easily kill her easily."
Candance said arrogantly. Juliet was so angry that she raised her hand and was about to slap her.
Rosiley stopped her. “Juliet, don't do that."
"But..." Juliet was furious.
Rosiley smiled softly, "Do you bite back if a dog bites you?"
“Rosiley, are you saying I'm a dog?"
Only then did Juliet understand. She dissed, "If you admit it.”
Then she grimaced at Candance. Candance trembled with anger, widened her eyes and stared at
"Candance, I know Yayoi's parents were set up by you. You just did everything you were capable of to
Rosiley chuckled and narrowed her eyes. Something cold moved in her eyes. "Now you wouldn't leave
Yayoi alone. You made a terrible mistake taking Yayoi as a pushover."
"If you dare to hurt Yayoi, I will make your life miserable,” Juliet added.
Yayoi looked at her friends who stood up for her. She was touched and her tears started from one's
She desperately fought back the tears. Rosiley told her not to cry in front of those scums, so she
Taking a deep breath, Yayoi took out a USB drive from her bag. “Candance, my parents were framed. I
have found evidence. As long as I give this USB drive to the police, they will be released.”
A hint of panic flashed through Candance's eyes, but she managed to cover it up. She sneered, "You
are so naive that you think you can save your parents with this USB drive.”
"Well, the police have the final say."
Yayoi slowly approached her, her eyes firm and cold. "Candance, don't think what you and Vito did
would remain unknown."
"What do you know?" Candance glared at her. Seeing Yayoi so confident, she was scared.
Yayoi smiled slightly, "It's none of your business. Candance, the turnabout is fair play. The prison is
waiting for you two."
Then she turned around and said to Rosiley and Juliet, "Let's go.”
"Is that all?" Juliet didn't seem to be very satisfied with it. She thought this was too good for that bitch.
"Juliet, sometimes the mental torture is more painful than the physical one.”
Rosiley glanced at Candance, who was obviously becoming uneasy. A significant smile formed on her
"But they haven't done anything."
Juliet pointed at Payton and Maddox. She thought she would need their help. But they just stood there
and watched this show.
"Why would they come in vain?"
Rosiley pushed Yayoi to Maddox. "Maddox, I'll leave her to you."
Maddox wanted to refuse, but he saw her look, so he had to say. "Don't worry, I will send her home
safe and sound."
"Good." Rosiley gave a satisfied smile.
Why did he feel Rosiley had treated him like a child? Maddox resignedly raised his eyebrows and
swept his gaze over Yayoi.
The moment their gazes met, they froze for a moment, and then they looked away.
“Payton, I'll leave Juliet to you."
Rosiley also had everything planned for Juliet and Payton.
"What about you?" Juliet asked.
"I'm going to see my father.”
Seneca was still in a coma. The doctor said the medicine had caused great damage to his brain. Even
if he woke up, he would probably be a vegetable.
Not long after her mother died, Xenia and Rorey moved in, which young Rosiley couldn't understand.
So she blamed her father.
Their relationship therefore had been getting worse and worse.
Now she kind of regretted. She had been pushing her father towards Xenia and Rorey. And that was
what they hoped for!
She was really stupid!
Rosiley smiled self-deprecatingly. Then, she held Seneca's cold hand and murmured, "Dad, if you
weren't biased towards Rorey, maybe we wouldn't get to this point. You wouldn't have to lie here like
"I will show no mercy to them. You can't be partial to them anymore, alright?"
"Dad, I'm married. He's a very good man. He treats me very well.”
"If you wake up, I'll cook your favorite roasted fish. Mom taught me how to do it. It should be a long time
since you've had what she cooked."
Rosiley talked a lot. She knew he couldn't hear her, but she stubbornly did so. It seemed to be the only
way she could feel her father's existence.
When Sachin walked into the room, he saw Rosiley sleeping by the bed.
His eyebrows crinkled. He took off his coat, walked over and put it over her.
A few strands of hair fell across her face. He gently brushed it away, and saw her pretty face.
His eyes flickered as he stared at her with deep and gentle affection.
Rosiley didn't sleep well and had a terrible dream.
In her dream, Mom, Dad, and Sachin all left her, leaving her alone.
"No!" Rosiley screamed in a daze, and then she woke from the dream with a start.
Realizing she was in a dream, she gradually calmed down.
Fortunately, it was just a dream.
She let out a long sigh of relief and leaned back in her chair. When she wanted to stretch, the coat fell
She turned around and picked up the coat. "That's Sachin's coat."
He should be here as well.
She turned her head and saw him on the sofa.
He was asleep.
Rosiley stood up and walked over gently. Just as she was about to cover him with his coat, he
suddenly opened his eyes.
Seeing his deep black eyes, Rosiley froze.
“What's the matter?" He smiled.
Hearing his deep and charming voice, Rosiley came back to her senses. She smiled and shook her
head. "I saw you were asleep. I wanted to put this on you."
Sachin glanced at the coat in her hand and sat her beside him. "I was not sleeping; I was just resting
with my eyes closed."
He looked exhausted. She raised her hand, gently caressed his eyebrows and asked softly, "Are you
Looking straight into her eyes which were full of love for him, he felt warm. He held her hand and
kissed it lightly. "I don't feel tired with you by my side.”