Chapter 90: The Specialists Rushed Over
Benjamin took off his coat and quickly took a shower before heading to Martina’s
Martina was still sleeping, and the air conditioner had been humming all night. Her blanket had slipped off and fallen to the floor.
She was wearing only a silk slip dress, her skin was like the porcelain, and her cheeks had a rosy tint.Benjamin felt a warmth in his heart, and in this moment, the restlessness
within him subsided.
At least, he didn’t feel the urge to erupt so strongly. Indeed, Martina was his lifesaver. He had originally planned to quietly hold Martina and sleep for a while, even if it was just for a little while.
Benjamin approached the bed and picked up the blanket, intending to gently cover Martina. He wanted to lie down beside her, but as soon as his large hand touched Martina’s body, he instantly withdrew as if shocked.
“Why is she so feverish?” Benjamin whispered to himself. In the next instant, as if realizing something, he swiftly placed his hand on Martina’s forehead and found out she was running a fever!
Benjamin’s drowsiness vanished instantly. He lifted Martina off the bed and tried calling her name, “Martina, Martina!”
But no matter how much Benjamin called, Martina showed no response. At that moment, he genuinely felt afraid.
How could Martina suddenly have a high fever? It was burning so intensely?
Poor Leslie, who was about to sleep in the guest room, heard his phone ringing, and it was his boss calling.
Leslie resigned himself to the situation, putting on his clothes and suddenly understanding why Simon had such heavy dark circles under his eyes. With a boss like Benjamin who prioritized work and was often preoccupied with various matters, showing little concern for the well-being of his staff, even the strongest of individuals would struggle to endure.
Just as Leslie stepped outside, he saw his boss wrapping Martina in a blanket and rushing out.
Leslie was startled and quickly followed, asking, “Boss, what happened to Miss Martinez?”
He hoped nothing bad had happened to Miss Martinez. If something happened to her, they would all be unable to bear their boss’s wrath!
The sky was just beginning to brighten with a hazy mist, and Benjamin coldly replied, “Hurry and get the car, she has a fever.”
Leslie didn’t dare to delay. He quickly went to the parking lot and brought the fastest. car. Then, with Benjamin and Martina, they headed to the hospital.
In the back seat, Benjamin tightly held Martina in his arms.
At this moment, Martina was completely wrapped in a blanket, with only the head
peeking out for her to breathe.
“Martina!” Benjamin continued to try calling her name, but the effect was still very faint.
Leslie was also extremely worried. “She was perfectly fine. How could she have a fever
Could it be that she experienced some shock or trauma to become like this?
Of course, Leslie didn’t dare to say such words directly, or he would definitely be in deep trouble.
Throughout the journey, Benjamin tirelessly called out Martina’s name. Even the sound of calling was slightly trembling. He was really scared.
It wasn’t until they were close to the hospital that Martina finally faintly opened her eyes, her gaze still dazed.
At this moment, her thoughts seemed to be stuck in the moment when she hadn’t
made up her mind to leave Benjamin.
She felt her body was so cold, as if she had fallen into an icy cave. And Benjamin was the person she most wanted to rely on.
Upon seeing Benjamin’s handsome face, she instantly pouted and cried out in helplessness, “Benjamin, please hold me…”
Benjamin trembled all over! This familiar sense of grievance mixed with a hint of coquettishness was something he hadn’t heard since he returned to the country.
“Martina, what did you just say?” Benjamin’s pupils contracted slightly. He couldn’t believe his ears. Did she return to her previous self?
Clearly, that wasn’t the case.
also completely shocked by this scene. Was Miss Martinez really this soft private?
y, Miss Martinez didn’t seem to be like this. She even avoided the boss like oiding the plague.
ld it be that Miss Martinez had become confused due to the high fever, to the point
6ot recognizing people? But that didn’t make sense. Miss Martinez clearly called out the
boss’s name and asked for a hug!
No matter how Leslie thought about it, he couldn’t figure it out, but it was still a good
Martina was currently feeling uncomfortable all over, desperately seeking someone or
something to rely on. She instinctively nestled in Benjamin’s embrace and murmured,
“Benjamin, I miss you… Don’t leave me alone…”
After saying these words, she fell back into a deep sleep.
No matter how much Benjamin called out, Martina showed no response.
He felt both heartache and joy. Did Martina just say she missed him and didn’t want to
be left behind?
He didn’t want to know if it was because of the fever or if it came from her heart. As long as these words came directly from Martina’s mouth, it was enough.
Benjamin looked at the face in his arms, still red and getting hotter due
to the fever, and helplessly held her tighter.
Then, he gently kissed Martina’s lips, his eyes filled with affection. “Martina, you said it yourself, no going back on your word.”
He wouldn’t leave her again, and he wouldn’t let her continue being alone. He would slowly help her return to her former self in the way she liked.
Or perhaps, as long as Martina could stay by his side, he would accept her in any state, whether it was her previous self or her current condition.
Finally, after about 20 minutes, they arrived at the hospital. Benjamin carried Martinal and hurried into the hospital.
Due to Benjamin’s identity, even the hospital director came out to oversee the emergency situation. Also many experts rushed over, as if they thought Martina had a
In reality, it was just a fever.
Although her temperature had risen to over 102.2°F, in fact, reducing the fever was
There was no way around it. Benjamin’s initial display of fear and panic made it seem as if something significant had happened to the woman who appeared to be as precious as
Fortunately, the outcome was not as severe, so the hospital director was also very relieved. As long as Martina, who was treated so attentively by Benjamin, was doing well, their hospital wouldn’t have any troubles.
According to the experts, Martina’s fever was caused by exposure to the cold. Coupled with recent melancholy, it led to physical weakness.
If she ensured that she would be more active and maintain a positive mood in the future, while also taking her medication on time, she would soon recover.