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The convenient Bride novel Chapter 211

Today, Juliet didn't sleep in but got up early in the morning.


After waking up, she washed up, put on makeup, and picked her clothes, shoes and bags without stopping.


She took almost all of the clothes in season in the wardrobe to the bed. She took each of them to the dressing mirror and imagined what she would be like when in it, and if she felt that it was not bad, she would try it on.


If she found it unsatisfactory, she would repeat the process until a satisfactory one was determined.


She spent one hour picking clothes, not including shoes and bags.


By the time she was about to leave, it was almost time for work.


Therefore, she never thought that he would dislike her because she dressed up decently.


Thinking of this, Juliet became even angrier.


And Payton was still talking nonstop.


"You are at a company, not a catwalk. You'd better utilize the time you spent on dressing up to read, and you will have the ability to finish your work and will not be an eye candy..."


Juliet only felt a wave of anger rising from the bottom of her heart. She gritted her teeth and roared, "Payton, are you enough?"


Payton was so frightened by her roar that he shut up and blinked. He looked at her innocently.


Juliet strode forward and grabbed his tie. He had no choice but to lower his head and meet her angry eyes.


He was stunned for a moment, then shouted, "Curse and no hitting, Juliet.”


With his shout, Juliet could not hold her laughter.


"Payton, is it possible for a woman like me to hit you? You're brainless! You're a coward!"


Juliet loosened her grip on his tie and rolled her eyes at him with a look of disdain.


She actually called him a coward?!


“Juliet, don't think that I won't hit a woman." Payton was enraged.


"Yeah." Juliet looked at him with disdain and crossed her arms in front of her breast, "Then try me. I'll see if you really have the gut to do it."


As she spoke, Juliet approached him and raised her head to look at him offensively.


Payton raised his hand, but he couldn't do it.


“What? You don't dare to make a move, do you?” Juliet sneered, raised her hand, smoothed her hair and snickered.


"Coward!" She deliberately emphasized the word and smiled proudly.


"Juliet, I suddenly find you very cute.” Payton was amused.


"Is that so?" Juliet fiddled with her hair and raised her eyes. "That means you're blind. I've always been cute."


"Yeah, very cute.” Payton nodded noncommittally and added, "It's a pity that nobody loves you. Whoever loves you will be pitiful.”


After he finished speaking, he grinned at her and retreated, afraid that he would be beaten by her.


"Payton!" Juliet rushed forward and waved her hand to hit him.


Payton raised his hands to defend himself and warned her, "Don't come over. Otherwise, I can't guarantee that I won't do anything to you."


"Oh?" Juliet put down her hand and said, "Then try me, you coward!"


As she spoke, she continued to approach him, while Payton retreated.


Payton stepped back until he felt the wall. He stared at Juliet and said, "I'm warning you for the last time. If you get any closer, you'll have to bear the consequences."


Juliet ignored his warning and continued to get close to him.


Payton placed both of his hands in front of him, closed his eyes, and turned his head away, as if he was facing a reaper.


Suddenly, Juliet felt something touching her breast.


The atmosphere instantly fell into deathly silence.



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