Mr. Sanderson's Life At The Top
Chapter 26 Hello, Boss
"Do you know how much a Willard Manor's six-month membership costs? It costs five million dollars! And only those who are worth at least a hundred million dollars are allowed to get in. There are only two ways in which you can enter. One is by making a booking, and the other is by using a membership card. And if you don't have their membership card, you can't even walk in!". Grant exclaimed with a satisfied smile as he turned to look at the passenger seat hungrily. Corrie's long legs were exposed as she looked at him with admiration. She casually leaned in and rubbed her thigh against Grant's, pretending like she was not doing it on purpose. Grant stared at her legs, but he did not dare to look at them for too long as he was afraid of losing control if he did. And through the rearview mirror, he was curious to see Trevor's reaction. Just as he expected, Trevor was grinning like a fool. Thinking that everything was going perfectly, Grant thought Trevor was a mere foolish bumpkin and decided to teach him a lesson later
Trevor didn't take Grant's expressio n seriously at all. He smiled and did not say much, but deep down, he was yearning for what was going to happen. Grant secretly planned with Corrie, Bernard , and others to embarrass Trevor in public, saying that he wanted to put on a good show. Leaving the keys in the car on pur pose, Grant asked Trevor to go back to the car and fetch them for him. By the time Trevor returned, Grant and the others had left the lobby and wer e waiting at the entrance of the manor. "Looks like Grant plans to leave m e out, eh? Does he think that I am not going to be allowed to enter?" . Trevor mutter ed to himself with a snort. " Hell o, Mr. San…" . The moment the receptionist saw Trevor, she quickly lowered he r head to greet him in a hurry. However, before she cou ld greet him, Trevor st opped her with his eyes
It was as if he was hinting to her not to reveal his identity. With a smile on his f ace, Trevor went stra ight toward the crowd. This time, n o one stoppe d him at all. Throwing the car keys t o Grant, Trevor said cas ually, "Take your keys. "You should be careful. Do yo u think you can afford to comp ensate if you break the keys?" . However, Trevor came st raight over to him as i f nothing had happened. That meant the first step o f his plan failed. How could Grant not feel embarrassed?