The Day I Kissed An Older Man Chapter 893

The Day I Kissed An Older Man Chapter 893

Chapter 893 

Aaron would often sport a playful smile, but he traded that playfulness with sternness whenever he was at work. “Don’t worry, boss. I’ll send someone over to keep watch every day.” 

Corinne fully trusted Aaron’s capabilities, but she felt a little uneasy if she did not visit the place and check it herself. 

When Aaron saw her meticulousness compared to previous projects, he jokingly said, “You seem to care about Mister Jeremy a lot, boss. You’re pretty invested in his future workplace!” 

Corinne frowned. “My concern is whether or not the end product can satisfy our client. I can redraw the design, but I won’t be able to demolish the building and rebuild it if something goes wrong.” 

Aaron smiled knowingly and handed her an uncapped bottle of mineral water. “Alright, alright! I’ll keep an eye on things over here so you don’t need to come here all the time. You’re pregnant, for heavens’ sake! Pregnant women can’t go to construction sites.” 

Corinne took the mineral water Aaron handed to her and was about to drink it, but she spotted a familiar figure from the corner of her eye. 

A tall man dressed in a suit with a slicked-backed hairstyle was approaching from a distance. Several subordinates were with the man, and the leader of the engineering team brought them around the construction site. 

It was Jeremy! 

Corinne turned around almost reflexively and quickly hid behind a nearby truck. 

Aaron squatted with her, too. 

At the far end, Jeremy halted his footsteps as if he noticed something. His sharp eyes stared at the nearby truck. “Do you have female workers on your engineering team?” 

The leader was taken aback by the question and scratched his head. “No, not at all! Women are neither capable nor willing to do such a laborious, dirty job!” 

Jeremy narrowed his eyes, averted his gaze, and followed the engineering team leader to the other end. 

When he walked off, Aaron poked his head out to look at Jeremy’s back. “Why are you hiding, boss? Isn’t he your husband? Why are you afraid of being seen by your husband?” 

Corinne leaned lazily against the truck. “All he knows is that I have shares in Newmoon Group, but that’s all. I don’t want him to know my true position in the company, at least not now. I also don’t want him to find out that I’m Moon, or that I did the design for the Holden Group’s building.” 

Aaron was puzzled. “Didn’t you say the other day that you wanted your relationship with him to be built on honesty and trust? 


Corinne drank a big sip of water and said, “Trust and honesty must go both ways. Only an idiot would show trust and honesty without receiving the same in return!” 

Aaron could sense that something was amiss. “Did you argue with him?” 

Corinne had an unimpressed expression. “No.” 

“Then why-” Aaron’s sentence was interrupted by his blaring ringtone. 

“Hold on a sec while I answer this call.” Aaron took out his phone, walked a few steps away, and answered, “I’m at the construction site now. What’s up? No, I’m not hungry. You can go ahead and eat without me! Fine, just put it on my desk. I’ll eat it once I’m back at the office. Okay, focus on your work.” 

After ending the call, Aaron turned around and said, “Where was I?” 

Corinne ignored his question and asked instead, “Who was it?” 

Aaron shrugged and confessed, “Some clerk who wants to hit on me. She’s been bringing me all sorts of delicious food 

recently, and I’m putting on so much weight that my abs are going to turn into a lump of fat!” 

Corinne frowned. “Don’t you dare hit on her.” 

Aaron’s eyes glimmered. “You know her?” 


The Day I Kissed An Older Man

The Day I Kissed An Older Man

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