Let me go, Mr. Hill by Shallow South Chapter 666
“Okay, I’ll bring her home.”
Shaun carried Sarah, and Yael tagged along with them.
When he was about to place Sarah in the car, she suddenly stretched out her arms and wrapped them around his neck. Amid her sobs, she said, “Don’t let go of me, Shaunic. Don’t leave me. I know I’m filthy, and that’s why you don’t want to touch me.”
“No. It’s not what you think.” Shaun’s heart sank.
“You don’t have to explain. I understand.” She covered his mouth. “Actually, I know you’ve slept at Catherine’s place for the past two nights. You lied to me, saying that you went on a business trip, but it’s alright. It’s my fault because I can’t satisfy you. I don’t mind being the shameful girlfriend forever as long as you’re happy. It doesn’t matter as long as I can stay by your side and see you every day when I open my eyes.
“I love you. How can I possibly love you so much? When I met you for the very first time back then, I fell deeply in love with you. As long as I can marry you, I can die without regret.”
She fell asleep while mumbling in his arms.
Yael could not help but say, “Eldest Young Master, when you lied to Miss Neeson that you went on a business trip last night, she actually broke down and cried. But she told me not to let you know. She was willing to endure everything on her own. She even mentioned that she doesn’t mind Catherine staying by your side.”
“That’s enough.” Shaun clenched his fists. There was a hint of determination in his eyes. “I’ll arrange our wedding for next month.”
“That’s wonderful, but… You have yet divorced, right?”
“I’ll get the proof of divorce tomorrow,” Shaun replied indifferently.
The next day.
8:00 a.m. at Hackett Institute.
Catherine was preparing breakfast when she heard a series of urgent knocks on the door.
The moment she opened the door, she saw quite some people standing there. There were Shaun, Hadley, Yael, and two Liona members whom she had met previously.
“All of you… What are you guys planning to do?” Catherine took a deep breath and took off her apron. Her eyes were alert.
Yael glanced at Shaun impassively before she said boldly, “Eldest Young Master is here to get you to sign the divorce papers.”
Catherine narrowed her eyes and shifted her disappointed gaze to Shaun. “You still chose to divorce me, huh?”
“Have I ever said that I won’t divorce you?” Shaun gestured to Hadley with his eyes.
Helpless, Hadley took out the divorce agreement and handed it to her. “Please sign this.”
Catherine tore the papers upon receiving them. “I won’t sign this. Shaun, if you dare to force me, I’ll expose Sarah and your true colors.”
“You’re referring to the marriage certificate, right?” Shaun looked at the Liona members, and they subsequently dashed inside to rummage through the drawers.
“Shaun, what are you trying to do?” Catherine flew into a fury.
“I’m not going to let you ruin Sarah’s reputation.” The words that came out of Shaun’s elegant, thin lips were disappointing. “Pass me the marriage certificate of your own accord.”
“I won’t pass it to you.” Catherine backed away.
Shaun grabbed her wrist and shot Yael a look. “Frisk her.”
Having waited for this moment for a long time, Yael immediately rushed toward Catherine.
Catherine kicked her, but Shaun then ordered all the Liona members to press Catherine down on the floor.
“Shaun, you’re not a human being. Who am I to you? When you need me, you take advantage of me. When you don’t need me, you dump me as if I’m a rag.”
No matter how powerful Catherine was, she could not defeat those masters alone. She trembled with anger, and her eyes turned red.