Kirk frowned slightly in disgust and said, “No, I don’t like other people touching me.”
“How are you going to eat, get out of bed, or clean yourself?”
Kirk looked at Caroline expectantly.
Caroline stood up and refused, “I … I don’t have time to take care of you. I still have to go to work.”
Although nothing was going on at work, she didn’t want to stay behind and take care of Kirk.
It wasn’t because she disliked him, but constantly spending time together would drive her crazy.
She didn’t know what attitude she should adopt to deal with Kirk. Although she didn’t know what it was like when other couples argued, it was wrong for them to act like this.
“Then, I’ll just rot and stink in the hospital bed,” Kirk said nonchalantly.
Caroline was utterly dumbstruck.
In the end, she decided to stay behind and take care of Kirk. It definitely wasn’t because she was
worried about him, but because he was still her benefactor no matter what.
Caroline believed that she had to be grateful. Yes, that was it–she was just repaying him for helping her.
Thinking about this, she no longer felt conflicted when facing Kirk.
She treated him as she would a benefactor, cooking the most sumptuous meals for him and
accompanying him for a walk downstairs after food.
This beautiful moment was like a dream. The two also had a tacit understanding not to mention
anything aside from his injuries. It seemed they didn’t want to wake up from their dream.
It wasn’t until Caroline had to clean Kirk that the beautiful moments came to an abrupt end. She
stood in front of the bathroom mirror, biting her lip hesitantly.
Logically speaking, she had seen every single inch of his body, so she didn’t have to be bashful.