My Ex-Wife and Kids Came In Like A Wrecking Ball Chapter 1797-In the evening, back at the villa.
After Rosalie bathed the kids and told them bedtime stories, she returned to the living room on the first floor.
Byron was still working downstairs because there were some things that Luther could not do for him. For example, a big client in Europe was facing many problems recently, and they seemed to want to cancel their cooperation.
No matter how Luther tried to appease them, it was useless. Thus, Byron must handle this in person.
Moreover, the client refused to answer the phone and was only willing to communicate via email.
Rosalie was about to tell Byron to rest, but at a glance, she could see that the man’s face was flushed red.
‘Gosh, he’s having a cold and a fever!’
Rosalie walked up to him and reached out to feel his forehead.
Sure enough, his skin felt hot.novel.xo
“You have a fever! Stop working and let me examine you.” Rosalie saw that the man was still busy, so she quickly grabbed him.
“Really? No wonder I felt so hot.” Byron seemed fine as he spoke with a calm demeanor.
However, Rosalie was anxious. “HI take your temperature right away. Have some water first. Why aren’t you sweating?”
Rosalie got a thermometer and held it against him. The temperature was 38.5 degrees.
It was a high fever.
He would have been weakened by the fever if he were a child.
“No, stop working. You must have caught a cold in the aquarium. When you jumped into the pool, did you choke on the water?” Rosalie shut the laptop when the man sent the email.
Immediately, she put on a professional expression and started diagnosis and treatment.
On top of replenishing his fluids, Rosalie quickly administered antibacterial drugs. It was very likely that Byron had come into contact with bacteria in the pool.
Byron maintained a relaxed expression and kept saying that he was fine.
Rosalie was restless. She knew that he had always been in good health and exercised regularly.
People like him were usually quite resistant to bacteria and virus infections. However, once they fell ill, it would not be a trivial matter.
Sure enough, Byron’s body temperature soon rose again, approaching 39 degrees.
This frightened Rosalie. The man was like a big furnace, unbearably hot.
Byron followed her instructions and obediently took the medicine and drank more fluids. Then, he was overcome by a huge sense of fatigue. He could not concentrate.
“Don’t sit upright anymore. Go to your room and lie down. I have to watch your temperature throughout the night. It’s too high. We don’t have any spare fever medication at home. ” Rosalie picked up her phone and quickly asked Luther to buy some medicine.
Byron was treated as a patient, experiencing the process of being cared for.
His fever was indeed severe. His head began to feel very heavy as dizziness struck him.
Not long after, Luther arrived with the fever medication. Rosalie woke Byron up. “Wake up and take your medicine. Do your eyes hurt from the light?”
Byron woke up in a daze and took the medicine. He seemed weak but was able to nod to Rosalie’s question.
“Okay, don’t worry about it and just sleep. I’m here, don’t worry. You’ll be fine. Your fever will go down soon!”
With a soft tone, Rosalie grasped the man’s hand with her right hand. His palm was still hot to the touch.
She did not let go of him. She used her other hand to check the temperature on his forehead from time to time.
The fever medicine worked quickly. After ten minutes, Byron’s forehead began to sweat continuously. His palms turned sweaty as well. Almost every pore in his body was sweating as his fever broke.
However, Rosalie did not dare to let down her guard. The temperature drop was only a temporary measure. His body temperature would fluctuate again at night.
She was ready to stay up all night.