Melanie stood at the door until the talk ended before entering.
She saw the stain from the tea being spilled onto the table.
It must be Cedric who had spilled it when he smashed the cup.
She paused momentarily before speaking with her head slightly lowered, “Chairman Scott, this is the market value of LeapCo in these recent three months.”
Cedric looked at her calmly and asked, “What do you think about the business trip to Prime City this
Melanie answered professionally, as usual, “Not bad.”
“I heard they have vacancies in Prime City,” said Cedric as he looked at Melanie.
Melanie’s heart skipped a beat as her eyelashes fluttered.
She thought Cedric would be easier to get along with than Stella.
He only showed his displeasure in the beginning when Eugene brought her home back then.
After that, he said nothing about other things.
Even when Eugene insisted on getting Melanie a job in the company and Stella stopped them, Cedric just made Melanie sign a contract.
Melanie was in her 20s and thought Cedric agreed to Eugene and her relationship, so she signed it
However, it seemed Cedric had planned everything for a long time.
He knew Melanie would not be marrying Eugene.
Businessmen were always known to have their minds on one thing–profits. Cedric was the best
Melanie was taught by Eugene personally, so Cedric wanted to end her career if she left. He would make her unable to use anything the Scott family had provided her.
Since Cedric treated her like this, Eugene’s thoughts were easy to guess.
Melanie felt heartbroken. She looked at Eugene, who was beside Cedric.
Eugene seemed to have sensed her gaze and lifted his head. He glanced at her before looking away.
He interrupted Cedric and asked, “I heard Prosper Group and Farris Group have been competing for land. Do you have the confidence to get it?”
Cedric snorted. “I didn’t know you cared about Prosper Group.”
Age took a sip of his te
Oxdric wanted to drink his tea, but half of the tea in his teacup had spilled out.
His forehead creased, and he was displeased.
After cleaning that cup, Melanie quickly reacted and got him a new cup of tea.
Cedric and Bugene had work to discuss, so Melanie left sensibly and closed the door.
“Melanie, can you tell me Chairman Scott’s preferences?” Viola noticed she seemed calm and stopped her from leaving with a smile
Then, she said, “I don’t think it’s appropriate for you to do this whenever he comes. After all, you don’t work on this floor anymore”
She seemed reasonable yet was trying to tell Melanie she had nothing to do with Eugene.
When Melanie returned to her office, Vana brought over a stack of documents. “Melanie, has Chairman Scott left?”
Melanie said, “Not yet.”
Yana’s expression turned gloomy.
After Bugene scolded her, she had to amend the table. Melanie glanced at her and reminded her, “ Finish it quickly.”
However, Yana stared at Melanie with a pleading gaze, wanting Melanie’s help. “Melanie…”