Chapter 88 His First Woman
After that, there was a moment of silence.
Faye choked on the juice and coughed violently.
Seeing this, Colin took a tissue from the coffee table and handed it to her.
Faye took it, covered her mouth while coughing, and put down the juice glass. After a long pause, she asked, "What did you say?"
Colin stubbed out the cigarette and said jokingly, "Are you so shocked?"
Faye kept silent.
She didn't feel shocked, but she didn't think about this possibility at all.
In the past few years, Colin was rumored to be a playboy. She had even suspected that Farrell Media set up the public relations department not for those artists, but him.
Seeing Faye's silence, Colin felt both amused and furious, "Am I just a jerk in your eyes?"
Faye didn't know how to answer his question. After keeping silent for a while, she replied, "No."
Hearing Faye's lip-born answer, Colin leaned back lazily and tapped on the arm of the sofa, "Tell me the truth."
Faye looked up at him and said, "You confessed to me that you liked Mason."
Colin replied calmly and honestly, "Fake."
Faye didn't doubt what Colin said because he didn't have to lie to her at all.
Moreover, Colin wasn't the only one who had lied in that conversation. She had also lied that she liked Hank.
Faye thought about it for a while and then looked at Colin, "Am I your first woman?"
Hearing that, Colin paused. He didn't answer her question and asked instead, "What do you think?"
A bad feeling suddenly rose in Faye's heart.
They looked at each other and the atmosphere was ambiguous and awkward.
About half a minute later, Faye said with difficulty, "Am I?"
Colin smiled and his voice was magnetic and pleasant, "Yeah."
Faye gasped and fell silent.
Seeing Faye's pale face, Colin smiled suddenly, "Are you afraid I'll hold you accountable?"
Faye pursed her lips and said honestly, "Yes."
Colin's hand on the armrest of the sofa trembled slightly, and he said in a low voice, "Don't be afraid."
Then Colin lowered his eyes and looked at the floor.
Colin didn't show his unhappiness obviously, but Faye had always been sensitive and she immediately noticed it.
"Colin," Faye said
Colin lifted his eyes, pursed his lips, and changed the subject, "Oh, I haven't finished what I wanted to say just now."
Faye frowned and wanted to say something, but she didn't know how to say it.
Colin's mood changed quickly, and his unhappiness was instantly gone. Faye thought it was just her illusion.
Colin told Faye briefly what had happened at Mason's apartment tonight, skipping the harsh words he had said to Mason. He told Faye that he would not have any contact with Mason from now on.
Faye listened quietly.
With that, Colin looked at Faye and said, "After listening to me for so long, don't you have any opinions?"
Faye said, "I'm not in the position to say anything because it's your personal affairs."
With that, Faye felt that what she said was somehow perfunctory. Thinking of how Colin had helped her at the Farrells' house tonight, she paused for a few seconds and added, "You must have a reason for making such a decision. It's disrespectful for me to comment on it."
Colin said, "Don't you think I'm indifferent?"