Quick Transmigration Female Lead: Male God, Never Stopping

Chapter 2791: Childhood friend: Endless fairy tales (Part 3)

Su Chen’s family conditions weren’t considered that good, but he was a genius.

What was a genius?  He passed the Stanford genius test when he was the age of fifteen and received a graduation certificate from America.

This was what was beyond the reach of normal people, genius!

The previous host thought that it was the first and last time seeing Su Chen, but she never thought that he would call her three days later.

The call was very simple: I’ll take you to the hospital to change your bandages.

Actually, the previous host wasn’t that seriously injured, but there were several stitches on her hands and feet.

She didn’t tell her family about this.  What if her parents felt that she had caused too much trouble and delayed her inheritance?

After so many years of ‘suffering’, she couldn’t give up halfway there.

Three days later, he took her to another hospital.  The one that the ambulance took them to was the closest hospital, but this time it was much further.

So far that the previous host was a bit nervous when she was in Su Chen’s car, afraid that he was a human trafficker.

Moreover, he was a very handsome human trafficker.

But she quickly dismissed this idea.

Because she was familiar with the hospital Su Chen took her to.  Whether it was resources or medical skills, this one was considered top notch.

She went there for an operation three years ago, a heart operation.

The previous host was diagnosed with a heart condition three years ago and because of her age, if a heart transplant was performed, the success rate and survival rate were both very high.

The operation went very smoothly that if it wasn’t for the fact that she had been unconscious for three days, the previous host didn’t have any impression of it.

This was the difference between rich and poor people.  Poor people had to wait in line and pay high fees rich people could choose a suitable heart and smoothly finish the transplant.

When the previous host thought about her days before and after her illness, she felt that she was a princess through and through.

She had just arrived in America back then and she was unfamiliar with the surroundings, but she felt the people here were very friendly.

The memories of the past suddenly came into her mind and she was a bit surprised.

She didn’t come back to her senses until the nurse called her several times.

“The wound is healing very well.  It’s fine to find the nearest hospital to change your bandages.”

“Alright, thank you.”

She also met the doctor who operated on her that day.  When they were chatting, Su Chen had been carefully listening on the side.

She would look at him from time to time and for the first time, she felt that there was a faint glow in his eyes.

That was the look of pain……

From then on, the previous host would get calls from Su Chen often and he would pick her up from high school.

Sometimes to go to the library to help with her homework and sometimes to take her out to eat.

The previous host thought that the other side just felt awkward about the car accident, but when he kept appearing, even a fool would know that he wanted to chase her.

Until the previous host’s birthday a year later when Su Chen confessed to her.

The previous host was in the third year of high school at the age of eighteen and Su Chen had just graduated Stanford at the age of twenty.

“Are you willing to be with me?”

A romantic candlelit dinner, fine roses, a handsome young man, and sincere words.

But there was a dim glow in those eyes lit by the candlelight.

The previous host didn’t know why Su Chen’s eyes had this glow, but she was truly happy.

Because not everyone who you liked would like you.  In this vast world, the chance of two people loving each other was 0.0019.  Meeting her with such a low possibility and at such a beautiful age, she felt like she was a princess in a fairy tale.

But……not all fairy tales had beautiful endings.

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