That was why she never knew that her name was at the top of his list of contacts as well as on his speed dial list.
She suddenly put her phone on her chest, and tears fell.
“Young Madam.” Sister Xiu couldn’t help asking. “What happened to you and Young Master?”
She didn’t finish her sentence— Did you really cause Young Master’s injury?
Uncle Jin, who was guarding the door of the operating room, also looked over.
However, Ye Shengge couldn’t explain it. She opened her mouth and closed it again.
Sister Xiu sighed and stopped talking.
Ye Shengge looked up at the operating room. The man had been in the operating room for more than ten minutes.
Ye Shengge’s heart ached as she recalled his pale face when he was unconscious.
She bit her lips and resisted the urge to cry. At this moment, it didn’t matter how much she cried.
She tried to calm herself down, picked up Ji Shiting’s phone and clicked on the recent call.
Gu Yimo was the one on the phone last night.
It was 8: 46 pm. They had just had dinner, and the man had returned to the study to call Gu Yimo, hadn’t he?
She took a deep breath and called Gu Yimo.
Gu Yimo arrived soon, and his research center was beside Jing’an Hospital.
He ran all the way to Ye Shengge and said, “Sister-in-law, you…”
“Yes, I remember everything.” Ye Shengge said softly. “Shiting asked you to investigate me, right?”
Gu Yimo nodded but didn’t say anything.
Uncle Jin and Sister Xiu didn’t know Gu Yimo, so they were suspicious seeing Ye Shengge talking to a male stranger.
Ye Shengge looked at them and forced a smile, “Uncle Jin, Sister Xiu, can you guys take a rest in the room?”
She wanted them to leave.
The two of them exchanged glances and went to the lounge.
Gu Yimo sat down beside her. There were only the two of them in the hallway.
“I have a personality disorder,” Ye Shengge said. “In other words, I have a second personality in my body.”
Gu Yimo nodded and said, “Yes. I guessed it and told Old Ji.”
“Unfortunately, you called too late. If it were a bit earlier…” Ye Shengge choked.
If she had known this would happen, she wouldn’t have erased her birthmark. Her birthmark was something her parents had exchanged their lives for. They wanted to protect her forever, but she didn’t treasure it.
Ji Shiting had said that she should trust her parents.
Yes, he had always been right. Although he didn’t know about the existence of the second personality, he still instinctively realized something, so he hadn’t been willing to let her get rid of the birthmark, but he couldn’t stop her from pestering him.
“So… Old Ji was hurt by your second personality?” Gu Yimo asked.
Ye Shengge took a deep breath and nodded.
“I didn’t remember anything important when the birthmark was removed, so it gave my other personality a chance,” Ye Shengge mumbled. “She came out once, and it reminded me of everything.”
Gu Yimo said, “What I found is that you were kidnapped by a human trafficker when you were young and almost sold off far away. You killed that human trafficker yourself.”