Chapter 86 - Adults Couldn't Be Trusted
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Give Me Another Smile (GL) Chapter 86 - Adults Couldn't Be Trusted

Yin Zhao-an lazily yawned as she grew drowsy amidst the comfortable breeze.

Wang Zhen, who had stood some distance away to offer the two teenagers some privacy, walked over with a thin coat in hand when she noticed her daughter yawning. After draping the coat over her daughter's shoulders, she asked, "Tired? Let's go back, then. It's been quite some time since you've come outside."

"Okay." Yin Zhao-an nodded with a weary look.

Zhao Yu smiled as he watched the two leave. Then, he leaned back against the bench, spread his slender legs naturally, closed his eyes, and fell asleep.

Meanwhile, a man leaned against the edge of a window sill, his eyes lingering on the young man in the courtyard for a long time as the sun cast its warm afterglow on the cold metal frame of his spectacles.

Zhao Yu's stay in the hospital didn't last for long. He could already start attending school again in less than half a month. Before he was discharged from the hospital, though, Gao Rang helped him switch out his splint for a new one.

Gao Rang wore a calm expression that day. Zhao Yu noticed that the Doctor Gao who'd always take the initiative to talk to him had seemingly disappeared, as Gao Rang did not say a word throughout the entire process of replacing his splint. Even after Gao Rang finished his job, he simply said, "Take care of your arm and come back for a reexamination after half a month," before handing his tools to the young nurse waiting nearby and leaving.

Zhao Yu thought Gao Rang would at least say some words of concern. If nothing else, tease him a little. Yet, Gao Rang behaved no differently than a stranger. Didn't Gao Rang say he wanted to be friends? Sure enough, adults couldn't be trusted...

The care worker was the one who helped Zhao Yu pack his belongings. Father Zhao had arranged for a driver to wait for him outside the hospital, and the driver's task was to send him back to the school directly.

When the care worker entered the elevator and noticed that Zhao Yu remained standing outside in a daze, she worriedly asked, "Did you leave something behind, Young Master?"

Shaking his head, Zhao Yu faintly smiled and said, "Wait for me downstairs, Auntie. I'll catch up in a bit."

The care worker assumed Zhao Yu wanted say goodbye to Yin Zhao-an. After all, he would frequently visit the girl's ward throughout his hospitalization, and it seemed like they shared a good relationship. Hence, she readily agreed and said, "Okay, I'll head downstairs first."

When the elevator doors closed, Zhao Yu reached into his pocket to grab ahold of the small piece of paper inside, his somewhat sweaty palm creasing the paper's smooth edges.

After hesitating for a moment, Zhao Yu pursed his lips and made his way to a particular office.

The office in question was meant for two people only. When Zhao Yu arrived, there was only one doctor in the office. However, as the doctor was busy with paperwork, he did not notice Zhao Yu's arrival and subsequent departure.

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It was already three in the a

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Novel Notes

Hihi,
 
For those worried this story lead to a bad end, it won't. The first few chapters might look like it, but that's just a short realization arc for Yin Zhao-an. If you do not wish to be cliffhanged, I recommend stockpiling the first 10 chapters before you start to read GMAS.
 
Release rate for GMAS is 1 chapter/day.
 
 
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