Ye Wanwan shivered. A hint of fear appeared in her eyes and she started thinking about that horror movie she watched before.
Could it be… that it was a ghost?
“It can’t be, right?!”
Ye Wanwan felt a gust of cold wind blowingagainst herback and she shuddered.
With the speed of a hundred-meter-sprint, Ye Wanwan hurriedly opened the car door and sat in the car.
After she tried her best to calm down, Ye Wanwan took out her phone and initially thought of calling Si Ye Han, but she was afraid he would worry…
As she gave it a second thought, she thought she’d better hand it over to the police to handle.
“What’s the number of the traffic police, huh…” Ye Wanwan raised her head and mumbled to herself.
“The traffic police number should be 110.” All of a sudden, a sweet and gentle voice rang out in the car.
“110 is the number for the Ministry of Public Security… I think the traffic police number should be…”
Before Ye Wanwan completed her sentence, her eyes instantly constricted. If it wasn’t for the limited space in the car, she would’ve already jumped.
Beads of cold sweat ran down Ye Wanwan’s forehead. From the rearview mirror, Ye Wanwan realized there was a young man sitting in the back; she hadn’t even noticed when he entered.
The man had snow white hair that touched his waist, delicate features, and below his brows was a pair of radiant eyes that seemed capable ofcapturing one’s soul; his face waslike a piece of jade and his eyes were like the stars; he was sitting there silently, yet he looked so elegant.
His pair of elegant eyes landed on Ye Wanwan and he gave a faint smile.
This man seemed to have walked out from a picture – he had a mysterious aura around him and he seemed to be able to suck one’s soul in, leaving one unable to resist him.
However, Ye Wanwan wasn’t in a state to admire him at all. She looked at the man in the back like she had just seen a ghost.
“Miss… you… knocked into me just now.” The man broke the silence and he chuckled softly as he looked at Ye Wanwan with that pair of eyesthat could draw one’s soul out.
After he was done speaking, he leaned forward and got closer to Ye Wanwan.
However, at this moment, Ye Wanwan used all her strength and punched the guy’s flawless face almost instinctively.
Currently, Ye Wanwan’s mind was in a whirl – she had just gotten into an accident and crashed into someone at full speed.
Logically speaking, for a normal adult, they probably would’ve been crushed to pieces after being knocked with that impact, yet this man didn’t even have a scratch on him?!
Only three words echoed in Ye Wanwan’s head: A moving corpse.
Ye Wanwan wanted to open the car door and escape, but that man actually held her back.
“Big bro… I didn’t do it on purpose!” Ye Wanwan’s face was filled with fear.
“Oh, no problem, it doesn’t hurt at all anyway.” The man smiled warmly and courteously.
“You’re… fine?” Ye Wanwan finally had the courage to scan the man and he really seemed like he was alright.
But it was exactly because he was fine that freaked her out, alright!
Any normal human being would’ve been dead by now. Even if he wasn’t dead, he should’ve been severely injured, yet this person was completely fine?!
“Be more careful when you’re driving next time. You were lucky to have knocked into me – what would you have done if you knocked into some other pedestrian?” The man nagged like a senior.
“Yes yes yes… big bro, you’re right… big bro, are you a human or a ghost?” Ye Wanwan asked carefully.
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The man was taken aback by her question. “You… thought you sent me to my death?”
Ye Wanwan knitted her brows. Didn’t he die from this car crash, huh?!