Chapter 120 The Clues Of Love
Hearing Colin's words, Robert instantly fell silent.
Faye slept soundly as the temperature in the car rose, but Colin's forehead was beaded with sweat now.
Seeing this in the rearview mirror, Robert opened his mouth several times because he wanted to ask if he should turn down the heat, but when he saw the look in Colin's eyes when he stared at Faye, he decided to shut up in the end.
It was hard to get such a well-paid job, so he didn't want to risk losing it.
When they had gone two-thirds of the way, it began to snow.
After about ten minutes, the visibility began to decrease.
"Mr. Farrell," Robert said in a low voice.
Colin looked up and replied with a flash of impatience in his eyes, "Yes?"
Robert coughed lightly and said, "It's snowing, and the visibility is less than one meter now. I'm afraid the expressway will be blocked soon."
Colin said in a deep voice, "Drive faster! Get off the expressway before it is blocked."
Robert was speechless and had a headache, thinking it was unnecessary to ask such a question.
In the next half an hour, he drove very fast, kept switching the high-beam and the low-beam lights, and finally got off the expressway before it was blocked.
Then, he took a deep breath and looked up at the rearview mirror, thinking his boss would praise him.
Unexpectedly, he happened to see Colin rubbing the lips of the woman in his arms with his thin lips.
Robert shivered in shock and then forced himself to focus on driving.
According to the address from Ethan, that man lived in an old community in Conda Area.
After they got off the expressway, there was still a long way to go.
It was snowing heavily, so Robert slowed the car down for safety.
"Robert," Colin said in a low voice.
Hearing this, Robert raised his eyes to look at the rear-view mirror and subconsciously said, "Mr. Farrell, I can't drive fast. It's dangerous."
Colin frowned, "When she wakes up, I'll drive."
Robert pursed his lips and said, "You'd better have a good rest. You have been working continuously for two days. If you don't get some sleep, you might get ill."
Colin lowered his black eyes and replied, "I will be fine."
Hearing this, Robert sighed and continued driving.
It was hard to drive late at night. Moreover, it was snowing now.
After the car went into a small road, Robert suddenly slammed on the brakes.
Colin looked up and asked, "What's wrong?"
Robert turned his head back and replied, "Traffic jam."