Chapter 27 I’m Free

Quincy and the others were stunned. Everyone knew Janice was talking nonsense, but no one dared to refute it.

Upon hearing that, Cleeve turned around to look at Jessica, and a smile formed on his stern face. “All right. I haven’t met a woman who can down five glasses of whiskey at one go, anyway. Come on. Show me.”

“I’m sorry. I’ve just taken some cephalosporin. So, I can’t have alcohol now-“

“I’ll give you 15 thousand dollars if you drink all five glasses. If you can’t, then I’ll get someone to chop this waitress’ tongue off.”

As soon as Cleeve finished his sentence, Janice started to panic. She turned to face Jessica, urging, “Hurry up. Drink it. He’s giving you 15 thousand dollars. Don’t you love money? Drink up then. Don’t make things difficult for me.”

Sitting beside Jessica was Dorcas, the bargirl. The latter quietly tugged at Jessica’s sleeve and whispered, “Jessica, it’s best if you don’t take any alcohol if you’ve really taken cephalosporins. Ignore Janice. She brought this upon herself.”

“Quickly! Drink up!” Janice urged impatiently. Cleeve crossed his legs and stared at Jessica in amusement.

“One glass for 30 thousand dollars,” Jessica stated nonchalantly. She showed no expression as she shot him an empty gaze.

worth 150 thousand dollars. With the other four glasses, it

the bet, she would be free

to live under Trevor’s control, and she could enjoy living her life

would appear again once she missed it. If that were

not want to see anyone

gently patted the latter on the shoulder with her slender fingers, signaling Dorcas not to

placed a card on the

under the light. As she took a glance at the row of glasses filled with

one she could rely on. It was the image of her six children watching her that

flashed across her emotionless eyes, but it

table. There was no iced tea. No water or ice was added to the alcohol as well. Usually, it would take a

raised a glass and gulped it down with her eyes closed. As the spicy liquid entered her throat, she

almost suffocated from drinking it using the incorrect

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