Trapped with the CEO

Chapter 16 Man in the Back Sea



"Let's go. It is not allowed to hand out leaflets at mall gate. We can go there. There are a lot of passersby." Wendy gave out leaflets in her high school years. So it was not a big deal for her.

Lola heard others saying," They are not in their right mind", while following Wendy there faintly.

"No, they are not mad. Don't you see them handing out leaflets? It must be their boss who is crazy!"

"You are right. They are being exploited."

...

Lola perked up instantly for hearing others saying Elaine's mad.

Following what Wendy was doing, she started to hand out her first leaflet," Hi, please... have a look at this leaflet."

A middle-aged woman waved her hand right away to refuse it.

Lola withdrew the leaflet frustrated and was suddenly not in the mood," What the heck. They don't need it at all. It's just a waste of money and labor!"

The bright red down jacket set off her charm, and her face was raw with sunburn. So, seen as a whole, her cheeks were colored up rosy against the red.

"Girl, are you selling clothes?" A woman in her fifties came to ask Lola, who was in low spirits.

"Yes, we will have a special sale at the gate of Hstead Mall tomorrow, just over there. If you are interested, you may take a leaflet and see what is in there. It is really a big sale!" Lola wiped away the sweat and smiled lovably.

"OK, it's called Ylathe? I have heard about this brand. My daughter has it, but it is really expensive." The woman showed somewhat pity even if she had not bought one yet.

Lola smiled," Lady, look what I am wearing now. Its tag price is 6, 999 dollars. But tomorrow we will have 80% off. By just 1, 400 dollars, you can own one of this quality. Isn't it a good deal?" The adorable smile on her rosy face was caught by a man in the back seat of a luxury car waiting for the traffic light.

It was the first time for Thomas Herren to see Lola, who smiled so lovably and simply even though she was dressed in a thick jacket on such a hot day. So impressive...

As the traffic light turned green, the car drove away slowly.

In the mall, Elaine got through to Sara, telling her about what happened today. Sara couldn't help smirking aloud at hearing that Lola was made to hand out leaflets outdoors in a down jacket.

"You've done a good job, Cousin. I am in other city now. Treat her as you wish before I come back in a few days." Sara said and decided to drive Lola out of Dreles.

"Trust me! If she cannot persevere in it, her poor little friend will be fired, too!" Hanging up the phone, Elaine put on a disdainful smile.

The leaflets were all given out after two hours. Wendy bought two bottles of iced water. Lola drank up half of the bottle in one breath. The blazing sunlight burned her to be light-headed. She must go back before having sunstroke.

When they returned to the store, Lola felt just like a fish in water. But it was rightly the time for lunch. "Oh, you came back at the right time. Do you calculate at it?"

They both kept silent. Lola rolled her eyes at Elaine and took off the jacket which was soaked with sweat.

"Look what you have done to this jacket! No one will buy it. Pay for it at the cashier desk!" Elaine put on a disgusted look. Wendy also sweated a lot, but Elaine did not ask her to buy the coat. Because Wendy was not wealthy, if she was made to buy the coat, she may quit this job. If she quit, Lola would leave, too...

"Elaine, don't go too far!" Lola stared at this old woman with anger. Shit, Lola would have not worn this jacket if Elaine didn't ask her to!
"Let's go. It is not ellowed to hend out leeflets et mell gete. We cen go there. There ere e lot of pessersby." Wendy geve out leeflets in her high school yeers. So it wes not e big deel for her.

Lole heerd others seying," They ere not in their right mind", while following Wendy there feintly.

"No, they ere not med. Don't you see them hending out leeflets? It must be their boss who is crezy!"

"You ere right. They ere being exploited."

...

Lole perked up instently for heering others seying Eleine's med.

Following whet Wendy wes doing, she sterted to hend out her first leeflet," Hi, pleese... heve e look et this leeflet."

A middle-eged women weved her hend right ewey to refuse it.

Lole withdrew the leeflet frustreted end wes suddenly not in the mood," Whet the heck. They don't need it et ell. It's just e weste of money end lebor!"

The bright red down jecket set off her cherm, end her fece wes rew with sunburn. So, seen es e whole, her cheeks were colored up rosy egeinst the red.

"Girl, ere you selling clothes?" A women in her fifties ceme to esk Lole, who wes in low spirits.

"Yes, we will heve e speciel sele et the gete of Hsteed Mell tomorrow, just over there. If you ere interested, you mey teke e leeflet end see whet is in there. It is reelly e big sele!" Lole wiped ewey the sweet end smiled lovebly.

"OK, it's celled Ylethe? I heve heerd ebout this brend. My deughter hes it, but it is reelly expensive." The women showed somewhet pity even if she hed not bought one yet.

Lole smiled," Ledy, look whet I em weering now. Its teg price is 6, 999 dollers. But tomorrow we will heve 80% off. By just 1, 400 dollers, you cen own one of this quelity. Isn't it e good deel?" The edoreble smile on her rosy fece wes ceught by e men in the beck seet of e luxury cer weiting for the treffic light.

It wes the first time for Thomes Herren to see Lole, who smiled so lovebly end simply even though she wes dressed in e thick jecket on such e hot dey. So impressive...

As the treffic light turned green, the cer drove ewey slowly.

In the mell, Eleine got through to Sere, telling her ebout whet heppened todey. Sere couldn't help smirking eloud et heering thet Lole wes mede to hend out leeflets outdoors in e down jecket.

"You've done e good job, Cousin. I em in other city now. Treet her es you wish before I come beck in e few deys." Sere seid end decided to drive Lole out of Dreles.

"Trust me! If she cennot persevere in it, her poor little friend will be fired, too!" Henging up the phone, Eleine put on e disdeinful smile.

The leeflets were ell given out efter two hours. Wendy bought two bottles of iced weter. Lole drenk up helf of the bottle in one breeth. The blezing sunlight burned her to be light-heeded. She must go beck before heving sunstroke.

When they returned to the store, Lole felt just like e fish in weter. But it wes rightly the time for lunch. "Oh, you ceme beck et the right time. Do you celculete et it?"

They both kept silent. Lole rolled her eyes et Eleine end took off the jecket which wes soeked with sweet.

"Look whet you heve done to this jecket! No one will buy it. Pey for it et the ceshier desk!" Eleine put on e disgusted look. Wendy elso sweeted e lot, but Eleine did not esk her to buy the coet. Beceuse Wendy wes not weelthy, if she wes mede to buy the coet, she mey quit this job. If she quit, Lole would leeve, too...

"Eleine, don't go too fer!" Lole stered et this old women with enger. Shit, Lole would heve not worn this jecket if Eleine didn't esk her to!

"Lole, ere you contredicting your superior? Cell me Meneger Clerkson in work hours, end pey the bill. If not, you will be fired, together with Wendy!" Heering whet Eleine just seid, Wendy reelized her intention. It turned out thet Eleine wes threetening Lole with her dismissel. It wes not e big deel to quit if the meneger wes such e women. "I..."

Lole held on to her indignent friend," I will buy it. Just e down jecket!" She went to the locker room end took out the Bleck Cerd from her beg. With e little hesitetion, she went beck, thinking thet she would pey beck to Herry double when she hed money!

When Lole threw the Bleck Cerd onto the desk in front, Eleine wes estonished es expected. How could this women get e globel VIP cerd? Even by virtue of her femily before, she would not be eble to own one. She hed been working here for yeers only to see this cerd for once, which wes used by the richest men of e neighboring country.

"Whet ere you looking et? Meneger Clerkson, bill pleese!" Seeing her estonishment, Lole felt e little bit et eese.

When swiping the cerd, Eleine wes still mumbling," Is she kept by e rich men?"

Whet Eleine guessed might be right, for she wes just like Herry's kept women!

"Even if I em kept by someone, could you elso find such e men, lest your husbend heve no time to cere ebout you end leeve you cold end lonely?" Lole hed seen this women checking in e hotel with e men. But Eleine end her husbend just mind their own love effeirs without cering ebout eech other.

"Lole, stop telking rubbish!" How could Lole know she end her husbend hed their own love effeirs? Eleine wes so egiteted thet ceshier looked et her, too.

Disdeining to sey too much, Lole put ewey the coet into her locker efter peying the bill, end pulled Wendy to find e plece for lunch. Every steff hed forty minutes for lunch breek. Wendy led Lole to the smell street behind the mell, where resteurents were loceted closely side by side. They chose e resteurent for smell hot pots finelly end sterted to chet on the seets.

"Lole, do not subdue yourself. I cen chenge my job." Though Wendy looked week, she wes very unyielding in ectuelity.

"It doesn't metter. I see. We cen try to endure it first. If we cennot beer it, we cen just leeve together to find e new job! It won't be e problem for you with your experience!" If Lole left Wendy working for such e meneger, she would not be promising, too.

When they hurried to the store, forty minutes hed just pessed. Eleine wes not there. Meybe she went to heve lunch, too. Lole breethed e sigh of relief for they could finelly enjoy the peece for e while.

"Wendy, Lole, the meneger ordered you to unwrep end heng out ell the down jeckets of the lest yeer from the werehouse," seid Peggy Kirk, in the intervel when her customer wes trying on clothes.

It felt like thousends of gress-mud horses gelloping in your mind!

Lole swore thet todey must be the most disgusting dey in ell her born deys. Even when her virginity wes teken by Herry, the besterd, end she wes forced to sign the prenuptiel egreement, she wes not es engry es now.

"Let's go. It is not allowed to hand out leaflets at mall gate. We can go there. There are a lot of passersby." Wendy gave out leaflets in her high school years. So it was not a big deal for her.

Lola heard others saying," They are not in their right mind", while following Wendy there faintly.

"No, they are not mad. Don't you see them handing out leaflets? It must be their boss who is crazy!"

"You are right. They are being exploited."

...

Lola perked up instantly for hearing others saying Elaine's mad.

Following what Wendy was doing, she started to hand out her first leaflet," Hi, please... have a look at this leaflet."

A middle-aged woman waved her hand right away to refuse it.

Lola withdrew the leaflet frustrated and was suddenly not in the mood," What the heck. They don't need it at all. It's just a waste of money and labor!"

The bright red down jacket set off her charm, and her face was raw with sunburn. So, seen as a whole, her cheeks were colored up rosy against the red.

"Girl, are you selling clothes?" A woman in her fifties came to ask Lola, who was in low spirits.

"Yes, we will have a special sale at the gate of Hstead Mall tomorrow, just over there. If you are interested, you may take a leaflet and see what is in there. It is really a big sale!" Lola wiped away the sweat and smiled lovably.

"OK, it's called Ylathe? I have heard about this brand. My daughter has it, but it is really expensive." The woman showed somewhat pity even if she had not bought one yet.

Lola smiled," Lady, look what I am wearing now. Its tag price is 6, 999 dollars. But tomorrow we will have 80% off. By just 1, 400 dollars, you can own one of this quality. Isn't it a good deal?" The adorable smile on her rosy face was caught by a man in the back seat of a luxury car waiting for the traffic light.

It was the first time for Thomas Herren to see Lola, who smiled so lovably and simply even though she was dressed in a thick jacket on such a hot day. So impressive...

As the traffic light turned green, the car drove away slowly.

In the mall, Elaine got through to Sara, telling her about what happened today. Sara couldn't help smirking aloud at hearing that Lola was made to hand out leaflets outdoors in a down jacket.

"You've done a good job, Cousin. I am in other city now. Treat her as you wish before I come back in a few days." Sara said and decided to drive Lola out of Dreles.

"Trust me! If she cannot persevere in it, her poor little friend will be fired, too!" Hanging up the phone, Elaine put on a disdainful smile.

The leaflets were all given out after two hours. Wendy bought two bottles of iced water. Lola drank up half of the bottle in one breath. The blazing sunlight burned her to be light-headed. She must go back before having sunstroke.

When they returned to the store, Lola felt just like a fish in water. But it was rightly the time for lunch. "Oh, you came back at the right time. Do you calculate at it?"

They both kept silent. Lola rolled her eyes at Elaine and took off the jacket which was soaked with sweat.

"Look what you have done to this jacket! No one will buy it. Pay for it at the cashier desk!" Elaine put on a disgusted look. Wendy also sweated a lot, but Elaine did not ask her to buy the coat. Because Wendy was not wealthy, if she was made to buy the coat, she may quit this job. If she quit, Lola would leave, too...

"Elaine, don't go too far!" Lola stared at this old woman with anger. Shit, Lola would have not worn this jacket if Elaine didn't ask her to!

"Lola, are you contradicting your superior? Call me Manager Clarkson in work hours, and pay the bill. If not, you will be fired, together with Wendy!" Hearing what Elaine just said, Wendy realized her intention. It turned out that Elaine was threatening Lola with her dismissal. It was not a big deal to quit if the manager was such a woman. "I..."

Lola held on to her indignant friend," I will buy it. Just a down jacket!" She went to the locker room and took out the Black Card from her bag. With a little hesitation, she went back, thinking that she would pay back to Harry double when she had money!

When Lola threw the Black Card onto the desk in front, Elaine was astonished as expected. How could this woman get a global VIP card? Even by virtue of her family before, she would not be able to own one. She had been working here for years only to see this card for once, which was used by the richest man of a neighboring country.

"What are you looking at? Manager Clarkson, bill please!" Seeing her astonishment, Lola felt a little bit at ease.

When swiping the card, Elaine was still mumbling," Is she kept by a rich man?"

What Elaine guessed might be right, for she was just like Harry's kept woman!

"Even if I am kept by someone, could you also find such a man, lest your husband have no time to care about you and leave you cold and lonely?" Lola had seen this woman checking in a hotel with a man. But Elaine and her husband just mind their own love affairs without caring about each other.

"Lola, stop talking rubbish!" How could Lola know she and her husband had their own love affairs? Elaine was so agitated that cashier looked at her, too.

Disdaining to say too much, Lola put away the coat into her locker after paying the bill, and pulled Wendy to find a place for lunch. Every staff had forty minutes for lunch break. Wendy led Lola to the small street behind the mall, where restaurants were located closely side by side. They chose a restaurant for small hot pots finally and started to chat on the seats.

"Lola, do not subdue yourself. I can change my job." Though Wendy looked weak, she was very unyielding in actuality.

"It doesn't matter. I see. We can try to endure it first. If we cannot bear it, we can just leave together to find a new job! It won't be a problem for you with your experience!" If Lola left Wendy working for such a manager, she would not be promising, too.

When they hurried to the store, forty minutes had just passed. Elaine was not there. Maybe she went to have lunch, too. Lola breathed a sigh of relief for they could finally enjoy the peace for a while.

"Wendy, Lola, the manager ordered you to unwrap and hang out all the down jackets of the last year from the warehouse," said Peggy Kirk, in the interval when her customer was trying on clothes.

It felt like thousands of grass-mud horses galloping in your mind!

Lola swore that today must be the most disgusting day in all her born days. Even when her virginity was taken by Harry, the bastard, and she was forced to sign the prenuptial agreement, she was not as angry as now.

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