You’r Gonna Miss Me When I’M Gone Chapter 264

You’r Gonna Miss Me When I’M Gone Chapter 264

Chapter 264 You’re Looking for Lucian 

In this world, there were places with dark secrets beyond northern

For someone like Calista, even if she were to be trafficked, her destination would be a wealthy country.

She would be forced to engage in the dark web auctions–this was where the affluent individuals


Sometimes, just one round of bidding could earn a fortune.

Calista’s dreams of being trafficked to northern Myian were purely influenced by the visuals of those videos. But the dark web was different, ordinary people only knew it was terrifying.

But they weren’t aware of how terrifying it was. There weren’t any concrete images to draw inspiration from, so it was impossible to dream about it.

Calista was dumbstruck. She ignored Lucian and lifted the covers to go to the bathroom to freshen up. After around ten minutes, only did she come out.

The expression on her face was already back to normal. Only the rims of her eyes were slightly red, but it wasn’t that obvious if no one paid close attention to it.

She frowned slightly as she saw Lucian, who was still sitting on her couch.

“Why are you still in my room? I have to change now. Get out.”

Initially, Calista thought he would think of another excuse again to stay. But unexpectedly, he got up and

headed toward the door.

She trailed him as he reached the door. Lucian chuckled.

“If you can’t let me go, then can I stay?”

Calista’s hand was already on the door, and she rolled her eyes upon his remark.

I’m just worried that you might be hiding somewhere. So if I don’t personally see you out and close ther

door, I don’t feel at ease.

Lucian snorted and turned around, leaving the room.

By this time, it was already bright outside and the corridor was well–lit. Lucian stood in the morning light,

already tall and striking figure now bathed in a layer of radiance.

handsome and extraordinary, the sunlight made him even more dazzling. It was impossible to

Cobra’s expression was solemn as she looked at him.

“Thank you.”

Lucian was momentarily taken aback.

“For what?”

“It’s nothing,” Calista smiled. “I just suddenly remembered that you’ve helped me a lot, and I never properly thanked you.”

Lucian fell silent for a few seconds, before finally saying, “It’s still early. You can sleep a little longer.”

Calista instinctively replied, “No need. There won’t be enough time, and it wouldn’t be right to keep my

colleague waiting.”

However, Lucian’s expression darkened slightly upon hearing this. He turned without a word and went

back to his room.

If she did overhear his conversation with Paul at the door, there was no point for her to mention something about dreaming of being trafficked to northern Myanmar and her kidney being cut.

But she had heard it, yet pretended not to. She had even thanked him so seriously at the door. Anyone

could see what she meant

It’s simply that she didn’t want to be with him anymore, so she chose to remain silent.

Lucian felt a pang of frustration in him. He also had a slight headache, likely due to being irritated by Calista. The sheets and covers were already changed last night.

But when he intended to lie down for a while, he couldn’t shake off the lingering scent from the woman

last night.

He got up as soon as he lay down. His expression was grim when he called David to rebook a room.

Calista got herself ready, and she also bought breakfast for Paul. Since the restaurant was on the second floor, they decided not to bother going down.

They all went to Paul’s room to eat and hold a morning meeting.

Shownupon hearing that they would be going to the popular street again, looked disheartened.

He sighed, “Even when it comes to shopping with my wife, Ltry to avoid it if I can. But here I am,

accompanying you guys, a bunch of stinky men. Thankfully, we have a pretty girl like Calista. Otherwise, life would be truly unbearable. Last night, as soon as I took off my socks, I found that my feet were

Someone nearby teased, “Calista is not someone you can think about that way. Beware that Mr. Baker might make you run fifty laps around the tourist hotspot. By then, not only will your feet be swollen, you’ll

be swollen all over.”

Calista furrowed her brows, and just as she was about to speak, Paul interjected, “Stop kidding around. Otherwise, I’ll make you run fifty laps, with your mouth taped shut.”

Laughter erupted among the group, quickly returning to business matters.

Everyone was good at reading the atmosphere. Unless one was blind, or else anyone could tell how Paul

felt toward Calista.

Although they had teased him before, he would only respond with a smile. But nowgiven he was suddenly denying it, it must mean that his confession had been rejected.

Even someone as wonderful as Mr. Baker remained single. The other two single men suddenly felt a

surge of pride.

Being the same type as Mr. Baker was brilliant, it made them feel different from other people.

After finishing the meal, they all took a taxi to the tourist hotspot. They had seen the exterior yesterday,

and today they were inspecting the interior. They also had lunch on the street.

Calista seemed a little absent–minded. Her gaze was constantly wandering.

Paul asked, “What’s wrong? Is there something off?”

She suddenly left yesterday, and although nothing had happened, Paul was paying particularly close 

attention to her today.

Almost every time she looked in a certain direction, he would follow her gaze, afraid that she might be drawn away again. Calista withdrew her gaze and shook her head.


But her actions didn’t quite match her words.

Paul askedAre you looking for Lucian?”

He wasn’t a fool. They were in Apthon, and as soon as Calista had left last night, David appeared in front

of him.

He blocked him from going to find someone. What a coincidence. Who knew how long he’d been

ing them?

Calista didn’t say anything, seemingly acknowledging it. Paul didn’t continue the topic any further. He just

smiled wryly.

“I plan to return to Capeton tomorrow. How about you? Do you want to stay in Apthon for a few more days and explore, or do you want to go back with us?”

…I think I’ll go back too,” Calista thought for a moment.

The headpiece would be delivered to the museum the day after tomorrow. She also hadn’t finished restoring the painting at the manor on the hill yet.

Hence, she didn’t have time to stay in Apthon any longer. So, tonight was her last chance.

She asked, “Is there anything else to see tonight?”

Paul said, “Nothing else. We’ll be leaving tomorrow. You have the whole evening to you. Do you want to

go somewhere else to explore?”

They had been strolling around this tourist hotspot for two days straight. No matter how beautiful the scenery was, they’d eventually grow sick of it.

Although Apthon wasn’t famous for its tourism, it’s still a big city and there were plenty of fun places.

“The night view of Apthon is one of the best in the country. I’ll reserve a spot at an observation restaurant.

Would you like to join?”

Calista refused, “No thanks. I’d like to explore on my own tonight. Since I’m here, I’ll buy some souvenirs

for my friends.”

Paul didn’t know whether she genuinely wanted to explore by herself, just wanted to shake him off, or she had made plans with Lucian. But he didn’t insist, nor did he try to press on her further.

“Alright, be careful on your own. If anything happens, give me a call, or come to my room.”

After he left, Calista aimlessly wandered the streets. She didn’t head towards crowded places. Instead,

she sought out quieter streets, strolling.

She hadn’t walked for long before two men blocked her way, stopping her in her tracks.

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