For a dakika Cas’ feet seemed to be stuck on the ground, but as he saw Daphne running away, along with the opportunity of a lifetime with her, he forced himself to move.
However as he tried to reach her, he felt a firm grip on his upper arm and the inayofuata moment he and Meg were standing inayofuata to the swimming pool.
“What in God’s name do wewe think you’re doing?” Cas asked furious.
“I am saving wewe from the biggest mistake in your life” Meg said. “You don’t want to marry that girl”
“Because I want to marry you? Is that what you’re trying to say?” Cas asked still angry.
“No! Just not her! wewe don’t even know who wewe are! Shouldn’t wewe figure that out before wewe jump into commitments?” Meg exclaimed.
“I may not know who I am, I still know how I feel” Cas alisema sharp. “Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have to find my fiancée”
“No” Meg alisema and she grabbed his arm. Cas pushed her away, and she fell backwards. But as she was still holding on to Cas, she dragged him along into the swimming pool. As soon as they both reached the water surface Meg grabbed Cas’ collar, alama and kissed him passionately. The kiss took Cas kwa surprise. It was not like any of the kisses he had shared with Daphne.
“Don’t marry her” Meg pleaded.
“I have to go” Cas alisema with a trembling voice. “I upendo her”
Meg shook her head. “You’re confusing gratitude with love. Because that’s the only thing you’re feeling. Gratitude. And maybe loyalty. Neither is enough to marry someone. wewe think wewe owe her something, because wewe think she saved your life. But truth is, she never did. wewe were never in need of saving”
“Just go away” Cas alisema as he swam to the shore.