Book Transmigration: I Wanted to Keep a Low Profile, but Everyone Noticed Me! - C.410 - : Audrey’s Troubles


Chapter 410: Audrey’s Troubles

Translator: Atlas Studios Editor: Atlas Studios

Seeing that Charlotte had already paid, Audrey really wanted to scream on the spot!

After Charlotte received the membership card, Ollie immediately smiled and said, “Miss Charlotte, our gym set-up is also very good. Do you want to know more about it?”

Enough, enough!

Audrey angrily grabbed Charlotte’s arm and said, “Sister, you’ve already spent enough money. Let’s go, let’s go!”

Charlotte looked at Audrey in a daze. After a few seconds, she smiled. “Alright, let’s go.”

Upon hearing Charlotte say that she wanted to leave, Ollie called the men beside him forward. “Come, let us send Miss Charlotte out.”

Audrey was quickly pushed to the side, while Charlotte walked out of the door surrounded by a group of young men.

Audrey was speechless.

Ollie walked to Audrey’s side and said slowly, “Miss Charlotte looks really happy. Miss Audrey, what do you think?”

In Audrey’s eyes, Ollie was a liar with ill intentions.

A long time ago, Charlotte had told Audrey that she dreamed of watching a bunch of men bow down to her, but…

Audrey looked at the scene in front of her and felt uncomfortable no matter how she looked at it.

“Kid, I’m warning you,” Audrey said fiercely to Ollie. “If you dare to do anything to my sister, I won’t let you off!”

Ollie spread out his hands with an innocent expression. “Miss Audrey, I didn’t do anything.”

Audrey snorted and left angrily.

Ollie looked at Audrey’s departing figure and smiled meaningfully.

Charlotte happily bade farewell to the group of men before smiling at Audrey, who was standing at the side. “It’s still early today. Let’s go shopping.”

Seeing that Audrey’s expression wasn’t good, Charlotte couldn’t help but go forward and put her arm around her shoulder. “You’re fine. Why are you angry? Did I provoke you in any way?”

Audrey heaved a deep sigh of relief and asked gloomily, “Sister, why do you have to get that club membership?”

Charlotte hugged her and walked forward. She said, “Why not? I think that club is very interesting. It’s not a big deal to get a membership .”

“But… that Ollie is clearly a liar! One look and you can tell that he’s not a good person!” Audrey was so anxious that she was about to cry.

However, Charlotte smiled and stroked Audrey’s head. “How could that be? Ollie is a very nice person. Audrey, do you have some misunderstanding about him?”

“Sis, you have to believe me!” Audrey wanted to cry but had no tears.

Charlotte brought her into the mall and said, “Audrey, do you not like Ollie?”

[Ah! Isn’t it obvious? It would be strange if I liked that guy!]

A long-lost barrage of comments appeared above Audrey’s head.

Charlotte was stunned for a moment. Soon, she couldn’t help but laugh. “Darling, Ollie is really a very good person. It’s normal for you to misunderstand him now. When you get to know him better in the future, you’ll know that I’m right.”

Audrey sighed.

Charlotte no longer listened to Audrey’s advice.

Charlotte, on the other hand, was in a good mood. She took Audrey shopping in the mall for the entire afternoon and even bought many beautiful clothes for her.

Because Charlotte had spent a lot of money at the jazz club, Ollie treated her as his major customer.

Not long after Audrey and Charlotte returned to the hotel, Ollie sent a message saying that the club would hold a large-scale dating event in a few days and that she was welcome to attend.

Audrey couldn’t help but roll her eyes. Then, she asked Charlotte, who was leaning against the headboard, “The membership fee for the gathering isn’t cheap, right?”

Charlotte reached out and gently patted Audrey’s back. “My dear, you belong to the high-income group after all. Why are you being so calculative now?”

Audrey felt very innocent. “Sister, even if my salary isn’t low now, I can’t spend money recklessly.”

Charlotte raised her eyebrows. “Oh? Do you think I’m spending money recklessly?”

Audrey sighed and said, “Sis, do you know? I really feel that it’s not worth it for you to spend money on that club membership.”