The Substitute Bride And The Mysterious Tycoon
Chapter 25 Tyson Suspected Celia
While the waiter arranged the dishes Tyson and Celia ordered, he respectfully said to Tyson, "Sir, please show me your membership card again. There are a few limited dishes that require the membership card. Tyson handed the membership card to the waiter. Celia's eyes followed his slender fingers and caught the word "Reyes" at the signature section of the card. But he moved so fast that she didn't see it clearly. She was a little confused. Whose card was it? Why was it in Tyson's hands? . When the waiter left, she leaned over and whispered in Tyson's ear, "Where did you get this palladium membership card?". Tyson had already anticipated she would ask, so he had been long prepared for his answer. "It's Wayne's. I borrowed it from him. Celia was even more confused. Wayne's surname was not Reyes. Had she read it wrong? . But she didn't dwell on it anymore. After all, there were some other things she cared about more than this. "We have a card, but we don't have cash. How are we going to pay for all this?". From the moment they came in, she had already imagined the scene where they were detained to wash the dishes for their bill. They might accidentally break some plates, and they would be forced to work here all the time to pay for the debt they owed. Tyson noticed the worry on her face, so he comforted her, "Don't be afraid. Wayne will come over to pay. His gentle gaze made Celia forget her nervousness. She couldn't help sighing, "Wayne is so nice to you. Tyson smiled and said, "This kind of thing is just a piece of cake for him. As soon as he finished his words, a delicate Hors-d'oeuvre Chaud was served to them
The waiter smiled and explained, "This is today's appetizer, caviar with seafood and cauliflower cream. It's a classic starter in our restaurant. It was Celia's first time eating this kind of food. L ooking at the dish that seemed a work of art and the complicated tableware, she felt a little embarrassed. She didn't know what to eat and what kind of cut lery appropriate to use. Tyson noticed the embarrass ment on her face, so he sig naled the waiter to leave. "You can eat in any way you l ike. It's okay. There's no nee d to think too much about it. He was afraid th at Celia would f eel restrained, s . o he took the spoon and scooped up a spoonful of crab mea t and caviar. Then he raised it in front of her mouth. Hi s tone was full of affection when he said, "Here, try it. Celia obediently op ened her mouth and t asted it carefully. At first, it tasted sweet and refreshing. But the aftertaste was indescribably sal ty and fresh. Overall, it was wonderful. "How is it? Do you li ke the taste?" Tyson a sked, looking at her. Celia n odded he r head. He picked up a silver fork, f orked the same food, and fed it to her. "Is it delicious?" . Celia nod ded again . "Yummy!" . "Whatever tableware you use will not affect th e taste of the food. So you can use any tablew are you like without worrying about anything. It was only then that Celia understood h is intention
It turned out that he was afraid that she would feel embarrassed. And she was d eeply moved b y his effort. She hadn't felt such warmth in a long time. Tyson's care for her reminded her of the h appiness she seemed to have long forgotten. Tyson saw her eyes turn red, so he hurriedly asked, "What's wr ong? Did I say something wrong?" . Celia shook her head. "Nothing. I'm just a little moved. No one has be en this kind to me in a long time. Tyson felt a warm touch i n his heart. "Didn't your parents treat you well?" . Upon hearing his question, Celia felt that t he taste of the food in her mouth changed fr om sweet and refreshing to bitter and sour. Since Jenifer died, n o one else in her fam ily cared about her. Adrien and Mabel doted on Cerissa alone. They hated her, so they forced her to move out of the Kane family's house and live on her own. "C ec e?" . Tyson's voice brought her back to her senses. She restrained her sadne ss, smiled, and changed the topic. "Well, let's not talk about it. It' s rare to have a good meal, so let's just focus on the delicious food. Celia did her best to look ca lm, but Tyson still felt that something was wrong with her. Didn't the rumors say that Miss Kane was favored and arrogant? But his wife didn't look like a woman favored by her parents. Even if he hadn't known her for a long time, he could see the pain an d sadness in her eyes at a glance. Were the rumors wrong? Or she was not Cerissa, the precious daughter from the Kane family?