“You speak English very well…” Jagoan’s praise excited Lisha.
“Of course, I love Dragon Kingdom. I often travel to Dragon Kingdom. The last time I visited Dragon Kingdom, I met you on the plane back,” Lisha explained with a smile.
Jagoan’s first meeting with Lisha was indeed on the plane from Dragon Kingdom to Crosac. Jagoan was also there at the time, and it left an impression on Jagoan because of the accident.
“Yeah, indeed…” Jagoan nodded.
Lisha said, “I gotta thank you for what happened on the plane last time. Mr. Jagoan, you’re such a nice guy!”
Jagoan froze, never expecting Lisha to call him a nice guy. However, he then started laughing.
“I’m just a regular guy, not a nice guy…” Jagoan chuckled and shook his head.
Lisha’s blue eyes blinked at Jagoan as she sized him up curiously. It was as if she wanted to find out what he was really like.
They soon reached Central Square downtown.
Lisha pulled into a parking lot beside Central Square, and she and Jagoan got out of the car and reached the entrance of a luxurious shopping mall.
“Is this the fun place you said?”
Jagoan was a little speechless. It was because his least favorite thing to do was to go shopping with women.
Although he had not accompanied women shopping not many times, almost all of them were unpleasant. Besides that, he often ran into people he did not want to see.
“We can go somewhere else if you dislike this,” Lisha quickly said.
“No, I don’t dislike it. I’m just I’m just lamenting a little that you women really like shopping.” Jagoan smiled while saying.
Once they entered the mall, Lisha wandered around, buying nothing but looking almost everywhere. Especially the clothing area, Lisha stayed there the longest.
“If you want to buy something, I can pay for it,” Jagoan said after some hesitation.
Jagoan did not do it to pursue Lisha. He only wanted a closer relationship with her. After all, Lisha was the mayor of Crosac, Claremento’s eldest daughter.
Being on good terms with her would be more advantageous than anything else. After that, everything he and the others did in Crosac would be more convenient.
However, Lisha shook her head and said, “No, how can I let you pay? Of course, it’s fine if you want to give me a present.”
“So, do you want it or not?” Jagoan asked with slight emphasis.
“Yes,” Lisha quickly nodded.
Then Lisha saw a gray dress on a hanger nearby and asked, “What do you think about that dress?”
“It’s pretty good.”
Jagoan walked over and said to the female sales assistant beside him, “Take this dress down. My… My friend here wants to give it a try.”
Lisha seemed even happier after taking the dress. She hurried into the fitting room and soon got out after changing into the gray dress.
Lisha, who already had the aura of an aristocratic lady, became more dignified and elegant after changing into the dress. She would have looked more like a proper aristocratic lady if she had been a little older.