The convenient Bride

Chapter 275: Confess to Another Woman

Although this was the second time she met Sachin's friends, Rosiley could greet them with more ease.

"River, Diego, Allen, hello.”

"Rosiley, your memory is really good. You remember our names even though you just met us once."
Diego couldn't help but praise her.

Rosiley smiled and said, "I'll look down on myself if I can't even remember the names of your three."

When she said that, everyone laughed.

"Diego, do you think everyone has the same brain capacity as you? You have to meet the same person
a few times before you can remember his name."

Payton roasted Diego, and Diego turned around, raised his foot in indignation and kicked him in the
leg. "You have my shortcomings exposed! I will tell Rosiley about the story of you wetting the bed when
you were nine.”

The room fell into a deathly silence, and then everyone burst into laughter.

Diego looked at the others. "What are you laughing at?"

Suddenly, he felt pressure on his shoulders. He turned his head and faced a gloomy, handsome face.
He was so frightened that he hurriedly moved backwards and shouted, "Payton, what are you doing?"

"Diego, disaster stems from the mouth, do you understand?"

Payton narrowed his cold eyes.

Diego blinked his eyes. "Then, Payton, do you understand?"

This time, not only did Payton understand, even Rosiley and the others understood.

Diego pretended to mention Payton's childhood story in a slip of tongue, but in fact, he did it on

Payton felt that he had lost. He did not intend to continue this topic with Diego, but to divert everyone's

He changed the topic and said to Sachin, "Boss, I've arranged everything for Charlie. He will suffer.”

Rosiley raised her eyebrows. Charlie? Wasn't that the man who pulled her by the roadside the day
before yesterday?

“Charlie?” When River heard this name, he frowned. "Why did he come to Benin?"

"He's been quite close to a female celebrity recently. He should be here to meet that woman." Allen
replied on behalf of the Lu brothers.

“Allen, how can you know about it better than Sachin and Payton? You didn't have someone follow
Charlie, did you?" River smiled and teased.

"I didn't keep an eye on him. I just made an investigation into his purpose in coming to Benin." As he
said this, Allen subconsciously looked at the silent Sachin.

River realized it and turned to look at Sachin. "Sachin, did you ask him to do it?"

"Yes," Sachin replied. "Charlie suddenly appeared in Benin, so I asked Allen to investigate his purpose
of coming here.”

"I thought he came here for some reason, but I didn't expect him to come here for a woman." Speaking
of the fourth son of the Lu family, Allen did not conceal his disdain.

Hearing this, Diego sneered, "You guys are actually worried that Charlie came here for a purpose?! You
guys think too highly of him. He's just a typical playboy. He is dissolute and all of his attention is on
women. There's nothing else in his mind."

"That's right, but...” River looked at the others. "Don't forget, his brother, Charles, is a person with

Speaking of Charles, the private room fell into silence again.

Except Rosiley, who knew nothing about the Lu family, everyone else revealed a solemn expression.

She couldn't help but wonder if Charles was a terrifying person.

"Hey, let's not talk about those disappointing things. It will ruin our mood.” Payton was the first to speak.
He impatiently picked up the goblet on the coffee table, raised his head and drank the wine in one go.

Seeing this, Diego also said, "Yeah, it's so difficult to have Sachin and Rosiley here. Let's have some

"Then what's your idea?” River followed his words and asked.

At this time, Rosiley raised her hand and said, "I have an idea."

Everyone turned to look at her in unison, only to see her smile cunningly. "I remember the last time we
played dice games, the person who lost didn't seem to have confessed."

Last time? The one who lost?

River and the others frowned as they recalled who lost last time.

"River, you lost, didn't you?" Diego looked at River.

River shook his head. "No, I think Allen lost."

As he spoke, he turned to look at Allen.

Allen also shook his head. "It's not me, it should be Payton."

He looked up at Payton.

“It's not me." Payton shouted, "Although Rosiley was so lucky that day, I'm not the one who lost."

He thought for a moment, then pointed at Diego and said, "It must be you. Your skill is the worst, it
must be you who lost."

"It's not me!” Diego was annoyed by his words, "I'm not as bad as River. It must be him.”

Seeing that the argument wouldn't stop, Rosiley interrupted, "Alright, stop it and forget it."

Knowing that none of the men wanted to confess to a man, she went on, "This time, let's play another
game and the punishment will not be confessing to a man.”

Hearing her words, River and the others heaved a sigh of relief. Fortunately, they didn't have to confess
to a man. Otherwise, if it were to spread, how embarrassed they would be!

"Then Rosiley, what's your idea?" Payton was very curious, but he was also very worried. He was
afraid that if his sister-in-law had any creative thoughts, it would make things difficult for them.

"This time, we'll roll the dice and guess the number, and then the one who loses the most games..."

Rosiley purposely paused for a moment before saying, "He will confess to a woman. This won't be
difficult for you, right?"

Upon hearing that it was a confession to a woman, Payton and the others agreed.

“Rosiley, what if you lose? Will you also confess to a woman?" Payton smiled maliciously.

“Of course not."

Before Rosiley could answer, Diego said, "Of course, Rosiley is different. She should confess to a

After saying that, he even winked at Rosiley mischievously.

Rosiley raised her eyebrows. "Are you sure?"

"Of course I'm ..." Diego opened his mouth and was to say "sure". At this moment, he sensed a cold
gaze. He immediately changed his words and said, "Of course, it was a joke."

The others remained silent for that they felt to be at a disadvantage.

Payton said unyieldingly, "If Rosiley loses, then Sachin will be the one to confess, this is fair."

Rosiley gave him a cold glance and said in an arrogant tone, "Then there might be no chance."

“Rosiley, don't be too proud. You may lose." Payton brought a few dice and placed them on the coffee
table. "Let's begin."

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