The Substitute Wife: My Poor Husband is a Billionaire Chapter 420

Read The Substitute Wife: My Poor Husband is a Billionaire Chapter 420

Janet warily followed Tiffany into her office.

“Miss Fisher, is this about me asking for another leave yesterday?” Janet bit her lower lip. She was aware that she had been asking for leaves too frequently lately.

Sitting cross-legged on the sofa, Tiffany couldn’t help but giggle. “Lind, I always suspected you might have something to do with Brandon, but never in my wildest dreams would I have thought you were his wife.”

It was known to everyone in the design circle that Tiffany was an artful and observant person. On more than once occasion, she noticed that Garrett was secretly helping Janet.

But she knew that Garrett had a girlfriend at the time, so Tiffany boldly guessed that it wasn’t him who was in a relationship with Janet, but Brandon. After all, Garrett worked for Brandon. It made sense that Garrett would pull the strings in Janet’s favor for his boss.

Now that her guess was confirmed, Tiffany was calm. She was not a snobbish person. She had grown a little partial to Janet, but only because she appreciated her talent and work ethic.

But she always maintained fairness as the department director and dealt with the company’s affairs professionally.

Janet took a deep breath. “Miss Fisher, he is his own person, as I am my own. I still work for you. I won’t violate company rules just because I’m the CEO’s wife. Don’t worry.”

Janet couldn’t figure out what was going on in Tiffany’s mind, but she tried to make her intentions clear anyway.

Tiffany smiled and waved her hand dismissively. “I’m not worried about that. I’ll be as strict as usual, and you’ll still be criticized if you do something wrong.”

As she spoke, she stood up and walked up to Janet. “But let me ask you this question as a friend: now that everybody knows that you’re Mr. Larson’s wife, what’re your plans for the future?”

Stunned, Janet lowered her head and said softly, “I haven’t figured it out yet.”

Tiffany heaved a sigh of relief. “You are very talented, Lind. It’d be a pity if you gave up your career just because you married a billionaire. Everyone in the Larson Group now knows who you are. If you choose to stay here, people will definitely fawn over and flatter you. You’re unlikely to encounter any obstacles and will easily climb the corporate ladder. That being said, staying in this kind of environment might not be good for your career growth. Take Patty’s case as an example. If you want to hone your skills further, I suggest you look for opportunities outside the Larson Group. The world is big. Don’t be a frog in the bottom of a well that can only see a small patch of sky above. A person with a limited outlook won’t make a success of his or her career.”

“You want me to leave the Larson Group?” With her lips slightly parted, Janet looked at Tiffany in disbelief.

She could tell that Tiffany was just being frank but sincere and straight to the point.

“Are you sentimentally attached to this company?” At a glance, Tiffany knew what was weighing on her mind immediately.

Janet shook her head. After a long while, she said slowly, “I love what I do, and I would want to advance my career. I’ll consider your suggestion carefully, Miss Fisher.”

Tiffany smiled, although there was a trace of sadness in her eyes. “No matter what path you take, it’ll be difficult. That’s life. What matters is that you’re happy and live with no regrets.”

Janet looked at Tiffany steadily. After holding each other’s gaze for a few seconds, they both broke into smiles.

Janet stood up to leave, but Tiffany stopped her.

“I forgot to tell you something. I was so caught up in giving you advice that I forgot that Mr. Larson sent me a message. He said that he had contacted Ronald and got the necessary information from him. It was true that it was Patty who offended him. So now you can clarify the misunderstanding and prove to everyone that you’re innocent.”