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The Kiss that Sparked it All novel Chapter 1281

Sophia, leaning on the staircase railing, eyed Ellinor below. "I feel like Ellinor is pretty cold to everyone except for Bartlett. They seem to have a lot to chat about."

Theo's slender hand was tightly gripping his wine glass. It seemed that with just a little more pressure, the glass would shatter.

Sophia wanted to say more, but Theo suddenly turned and strode downstairs, which silenced her.

"Where are you going, Theo?" Sophia asked hastily.

"Do your thing; I've got stuff to do." Theo shoved his hands in his pockets, walking away with a cool determination that was downright intimidating.

Sophia didn't follow. She just watched his retreating figure as her smile gradually faded.

After making a round in the banquet hall, Ellinor failed to find her mother's portrait, which left her feeling a tad irritated.

Not only was she frustrated at not finding the painting, but the loud rock music and dazzling lights were also getting on her nerves.

"What's up? Can't find the painting you fancy? You're not in a good mood?" Bartlett, noticing her discomfort, softly inquired.

Ellinor sighed. "It's too noisy here, and I'm a bit thirsty. Could you get me a glass of juice from over there? Thanks."

She looked at the bar area, which seemed even noisier, making her feel dizzy. She didn't want to go there.

Bartlett chuckled. "Wait a second; I'll get you a bottle of mineral water."

Though the bar did serve juice, it might be mixed with alcohol. Given that Ellinor was pregnant and couldn't drink, it was safer to get her a bottle of water from the hotel front desk.


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