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When She Stops Playing Nice Chapter 30

Chapter 30

Lily was quickly lifted into the ambulance. Many bystanders recorded videos and took photos, uploading them to the


Within the hour, the incident skyrocketed to the top of the trending searches. A blurry side profile picture of Gina was posted, and netizens began vandalizing it. They insulted and cursed her.

At the Jackson Group, someone whispered, “I just went into Mr. Jackson’s office to deliver some documents. Guess what I

Another asked, “What?”

The speaker said, “Mr. Jackson used a woman’s picture as his phone wallpaper. I can’t believe it.”

Someone questioned, “Who was it?”

The speaker went on, “No idea. I don’t dare to stare. But she looks gorgeous.”

David listened and understood they were referring to Gina. Gabriel must truly have loved her.

David entered Gabriel’s office and found him still engrossed in his phone. Was Gabriel abandoning his work for his love? However, David noticed Gabriel didn’t look good.

“Check the trending searches, Gabriel ordered coldly.

“Sure.” David took a look. His face turned grim.

“Get on it now. Remove the search, Gabriel commanded.

“Yes, sir.” David began the process.

Worried, Gabriel called Gina. “Where are you now?”

Gina looked at the hospital entrance. “Hospital.”

“Are you injured?” Cabriel became anxious. Had they moved from bullying her online to harming her in person?

“No. I came to settle stuff, “Cina replied calmly. The incident had blown up online and people were outraged. They wanted the Department of Education to know so she couldn’t be protected. They wanted her to be arrested.

Gabriel said, “I saw it too. Gina, if you need help, call. Though he gave her his business card, Gina didn’t contact him. He felt disappointed. He wanted Gina to rely on him, but she didn’t need him.

“No need. It’s no biggie. I can handle it myself. Don’t worry.” Gina had seen the trending search disappear and guessed Gabriel was responsible. She owed him another favor. “Was it you who had Mr. Baker expel Lily?” Gina asked.

Yes. She wasn’t remorseful and continued insulting you.” Gabriel’s face darkened and his gaze turned ominous,

It was as expected. Gina felt that giving Lily probation was too lenient.

Do you blame me for interfering?” Gabriel noticed Gina seemed not to like him getting involved.

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David was dumbfounded. Gabriel was so cautious about Gina. It was so different from his usual ways.

“No. Thanks, Gina decided she had to repay Gabriel’s favors.

“No need.” Gabriel willingly did everything for Gina.

“But you’re now a balding and fat school director in their eyes. The thought made Gina laugh.

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Gabriel grinned too. Since Gina was still in the mood to joke with him, it seemed she wasn’t affected by the insults online. That was good. “Shall I clear my name?” Gabriel teased.

“Don’t.” Gina knew Gabriel could shut everyone up with his influence. But wouldn’t that confirm the rumors were true? Gina would reveal the truth herself.

Another call came in. It was Jack. Gina told Gabriel, “I gotta go. Goodbye.”

“Bye. After hanging up, Gabriel returned to his frosty demeanor. He ordered, “Dig out all the accounts spreading rumors, insults, and images online. Don’t leave any out.”

At the same time, Gina answered Jack’s call. “Yes?”

“Miss Miller, where are you?” Jack asked.

“At the hospital entrance, Gina replied.

Jack told her, “You’ve seen the trending searches, right? This has a significant impact on the university’s reputationi. Miss Allen is still agitated. She might attempt suicide again. Can you apologize to Lily to pacify her?”

Because Gabriel liked Gina, Jack had to be polite to her. Otherwise, he would have yelled at her to get her ass there.

Gina responded coldly. “Suicide? She waited until the life–saving cushion was in place before jumping. It’s safe.”

Jack was speechless. He added awkwardly, “But her right leg is broken.”

“She deserves it,” Gina said indifferently.

Jack had a severe headache. Lily was a lunatic and Ging was a tough nut to crack. If this matter wasn’t handled well, he might

have to step down as the dean.

Gina understood what Jack was worried about. “Don’t worry. I won’t let the university’s reputation be damaged.”

Jack wasn’t convinced. So what if Gabriel protected Gina? If Lily had died, wouldn’t Gabriel be protecting a “murderer“? Besides, Jack thought Gabriel’s affection was a passing fling. Gina might be pretty but her background wasn’t prominent. With his status, Cabriel would surely marry a daughter from an affluent family.

It was common for men like Gabriel to have a few women on the side. Still, fack was displeased. Gina had significantly increased his workload. Furthermore, how long could Gina remain by Gabriel’s side? Jack didn’t think Gina’s smugness. would last long.

When She Stops Playing Nice by Hale Saxon

When She Stops Playing Nice by Hale Saxon

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They said she was nothing…Gina Miller was found by her biological family when she was nineteen. She had expected a grand reunion and being showered by love. However, her parents and brothers looked down on her lowly upbringing and country manners and instead loved the daughter they adopted when Gina went missing. After much disappointment, Gina left and never looked back.He had everything but was dying… Gabriel Jackson was rich, successful, and handsome. He had everything others wanted and more. Too bad he was ill and was predicted to die before thirty. His father wanted to set him up with someone, but Gabriel was afraid of being a burden to her. Besides, Gabriel had his sights set on someone already.But she was more than she seemed…Gina didn’t want to play nice anymore. No longer hiding herself, her various identities were revealed one by one. She was a multi- billionaire, superb doctor, top hacker, and renowned designer. The powerful respected her. Those who once disdained her were deeply regretful.After Gabriel took her side multiple times, Gina could tell he was interested in her. But Gina didn’t remember that their paths had crossed many years ago…


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