“Are you coming back tonight?” Shania asked first.
“Keep a distance from Ms. Lisha and don’t create any diplomatic issues,” Uriah said after some hesitation.
Only Jagoan knew what Jagoan was like, so he said nothing.
Jagoan frowned as he looked at Shania and Uriah. He did not expect these guys to say such things.
He only accompanied Ms. Lisha to go shopping.
Why did they think something was going to happen?
When Jagoan’s face darkened, Shania mischievously stuck out her tongue while Uriah looked away slightly awkwardly, pretending he had not said anything.
“I’ll be back by eight,” Jagoan said and headed outside.
As soon as he stepped out of the door, Jagoan quickly stopped because Lisha had followed him to the door and waited for him at some point.
“Have you informed them?” Lisha asked, blushing slightly.
“Yeah, I did,” Jagoan nodded.
“Then let’s hurry out. It’s getting late. It’s already past noon,” Lisha said somewhat eagerly.
Without further ado, Jagoan followed Lisha toward the gate of the mayor’s residence.
As a diplomatic convoy member representing Dorodo, Jagoan registered at the mayor’s residence’s guardhouse on his way out.
When Jagoan stepped out of the mayor’s residence, he saw a nice car parked quietly in front of the gate.
Needless to say, when Jagoan entered the house to greet Shania and the rest earlier, Lisha had someone arrange the car.
“Get in the car, Mr. Jagoan…” Lisha opened the door with a smile as she gestured forthem to come in.
Jagoan planned to sit in the back, but Lisha opened the front passenger door, so he could only sit in the front passenger seat.
Perhaps because she wanted to be alone with Jagoan or preferred to drive by herself, Lisha did not arrange a driver. Instead, she sat in the driver’s seat and started the car.
“Seat belt…” Jagoan reminded her.
Lisha froze before saying with a chuckle, “Mr. Jagoan, I didn’t realize you were so safety-conscious.”
“I like to follow the rules,” Jagoan said casually, pulling his seat belt and fastening it.
Lisha pressed his lip, smiled, and fastened his seat belt before stepping on the gas.
Perhaps Lisha liked driving. She drove fast, only stopping or slowing down when encountering red lights or intersections.
Jagoan tilted his head to enjoy the street view outside the car window.
Jagoan had been to Crosac. He got off the plane at Crosac Airport. However, he and Jagoan were in a hurry and did not stop there for long.
Upon closer inspection, he realized Crosac was already much better than Dorodo. Though it was still a long way from Dragon Kingdom’s major cities.
Being in downtown Crosac was like being in Dragon Kingdom’s bustling metropolises like Saint Sea City or Janestown.
“What do you think of Crosac?” Lisha asked with some pride.
“It’s good. It’s more prosperous than Dorodo,” Jagoan spoke honestly.
Hearing Jagoan’s words, Lisha looked happier as she smiled from earto
She added, “Crosac wasn’t doing as well as it is now before my dad took over. Crosac’s economy grew tremendously because my dad managed it well…”
Jagoan was slightly surprised that Lisha used a big word like “Tremendous”.