After the pause of a few seconds, Larissa turned on her phone again.
A touch of calculation dripped from her eyes. And she bent over to pick out Christine's contact information from her phone, making false words against her will without thinking.
"Christine, I was wrong about the last time. I want to invite you out for dinner to make amends."
For up to more than ten seconds, the message was as completely unresponsive as a stone sinking into the sea.
Larissa's face turned pale, and her eyes leaped up unwillingly. She continued to bombard Christine with text.
She didn't believe that after so many years of being good girlfriends between her and Christine, Christine's brain would instantly become smart.
"Chris, I really didn't know about the last incident. It was Martin who sent a message saying that you guys were truly in love. I thought that your original relationship was so good and we were classmates, so I didn't think anything of it and was deceived by him. That's why I caused such a misunderstanding."
"Chris, we've always been best friends. So we can't ruin our relationship just because outsiders bully us. I really want to do what's best for you too, don't you think so, Chris?"