Meeting The One For Me Chapter 16

Meeting The One For Me

Meeting The One For Me Chapter 16-Audrey woke up to the sound of rushing water coming from the bathroom.

The hotel room’s blackout curtains made it impossible to tell if it was day or night.

She had a headache that felt like a hangover. She tried to press her fingers to her temples, but her armis were too sore to lift. Her entire body ached intensely, especially in her most private areas.

The name Ryan Lambert thundered in her mind, causing her to sit up abruptly.

Her blood turned to She clutched the comforter to her chest. Her gaze fell on the down jacket and scattered clothes on the floor–her jeans, his shirt, and trousers.

The events of the previous night flashed through her mind like a movie. Audrey’s face drained of color.

Ryan was the adopted son of the Lambert family, technically her mother’s brother.

Even though she wanted no ties to the Lambert family, she’d had sex with Ryan under the influence of the drug.

She recalled snippets from the night before, enough to call out Ryan’s name.

The drug had tormented her into a state of near–death delirium. She had kissed Ryan uncontrollably and even begged him to fulfil her desire.

Audrey covered her face with her hands, feeling the swollen numbness of her lips.

She got out of bed gingerly to pick up her still–damp clothes.

Realizing she couldn’t wear the cold clothes in the middle of winter, she wrapped herself in a hotel bathrobe from the closet.

Then, she noticed several shopping bags on the sofa. Three of them contained women’s clothing, including a pair of shoes in her size. Presumably, Ryan had instructed his assistant to buy them for her.

Audrey looked at the bathroom, still echoing with the sound of water. She dressed quickly, ignoring her discomfort.

She wanted to leave before facing Ryan to avoid the awkwardness. However, considering their unique relationship, she knew they had to talk.

Soon, the water stopped.

Audrey gripped her dead phone as she sat on the couch. Her heart pounded like a drum.

She vividly remembered Ryan’s deep, soothing voice in the dark, telling her not to rush their first time. She remembered his breath and the shiver his touch had given her.

“Why don’t you sleep a little longer?” he asked.

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