She gasped upon hearing the stranger’s feral growl, getting to her feet and leaned her long, slender body against a wall to keep herself out. “I said I was sorry, mister,” she huffed and pouted. “Unfortunately, women don’t have rights here,” she mumbled under her breath and kept her eyes trailed on the glossy floors, trying not to make eye contact with the man.


Gerard rolled his eyes “Whatever.” His patience was completely gone but he managed to stand up so he turned to the mundane “Try living in the 15th century that talk about having no rights.”


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