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A Life Debt Repaid novel (John and Cordy) novel Chapter 12

Mandy almost jumped. “What?!”

The other Jessops were starting to get annoyed with her antics, but Mandy’s eyes went red right after her call with her manager ended.

She had been drifting along the lines of becoming a B-list actress and that TV series was supposed to solidify her status as one!

“What now?” Kyle asked impatiently.

“My manager called me, saying that the investors want another actress for my role.”

Kyle frowned. “If I remember correctly, it’s Windmill Pictures, which is owned by Levine Ventures, isn’t it? Did you upset anyone from their family?”

“No way! I don’t even know them!” Mandy quickly denied it, and cried in agitation, “I don’t care what it takes, Kyle—get that role for me! It’s important for my career!”

Kyle was puzzled too—casting choices would not be changed once decided.

Still, he suddenly remembered a little detail.

“I heard that Bob Davis and John Levine were childhood friends, and that they remained very good friends although John usually stays abroad. Maybe Bob asked for John’s help to harass you…”

“Bob is so despicable!” Mandy snarled viciously, not doubting Kyle’s words at all.

“If you want the role, I suggest you talk to Bob… or go straight to John,” Kyle suggested then.

“What are you talking about?”

“Dad just said a few days ago, didn’t he, that John was interested in meeting you? Wouldn’t it be easy for you to get that role once you marry him?” Kyle explained.

“No way! I don’t want to be a baby mommy! Not in this lifetime!” Mandy promptly refused. “I’d rather talk to Bob than John!”

Kyle said nothing to that—his sister had been pampered since a child and no one could ever force her to do anything she did not like!


Bob suddenly sneezed in his luxury private room at the extravagant Regent Club.

Who could be missing him this late at night?

“What are you spacing out for?” Sam Saunders hurried him then. “It’s a rare occasion for the great John Levine to join us. Drink!”

“Amen. No one is leaving without getting drunk,” Bob quickly chimed in.

In the room with them were John Levine and Jay Parker—all friends who grew up together, but rarely gathered together since John spent most of his time abroad.

In fact, the last time all four of them gathered was when they welcomed John’s return eight years ago.

He drank a lot that night, and then disappeared.

“And with that, he was gone eight years,” Bob murmured, feeling sentimental for once.

However, just as he was about to clink glasses with John, his phone suddenly started to ring.

A little upset then, Bob answered it since he did not recognize the number. “Who is it?!”

Earlier, Mandy had returned to her room and decided to bear with all the misgivings she had about Bob and called him.

However, her face fell when she heard Bob being so nonchalant.

She never changed her number—how could he not know?!

Was he not doing this on purpose?

Men were always so disgusting!

“It’s Mandy Jessop.”

Bob was left spacing out for a while until he remembered her existence. “What is it?”

“I know you’re harassing me because you can’t get over me, but don’t you think you’re being childish? I’m telling you—I’ll never be interested in you. The more you harass me, the more I’ll hate you—”


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