Read Let me go, Mr. Hill [by Shallow South] Chapter 1494 – Sheryl nodded. “Don’t you know a person here? Just contact that person.”
“That was what I was thinking as well.”
Titus wrapped his arms around her. “We’ll fly to Canberra tomorrow and have a meal with that person. It’s a small matter.”
Matthew listened to his parents’ casual tone and frowned slightly.
He naturally knew of his father’s methods. Titus had connections all over the world.
He did not have a good impression of Shaun, but Catherine…
The next day.
Sheryl, Titus, Matthew, and Rebecca flew to Canberra.
When the plane landed, Rebecca took a deep breath. ‘Canberra, I’m back.’ That year, she had run away
from this place in a wretched state. Now, she was back.
Soon, an extended bulletproof Rolls-Royce personally took them to a secluded and gorgeous courtyard house.
After a feast, Matthew took them back to the mansion he had bought in the capital.
When the two women went to wash up, Matthew called out to Titus, “Dad…”
“What is it?” Titus’s dignified eyes looked at him. “ You look like you have something to say to me.”
Matthew was slightly annoyed. He wanted to talk to Titus, but his father was constantly stuck to Sheryl’s side and Rebecca would be around as well.
“Dad, let’s talk in the study, ” Matthew said in a low voice.
Titus nodded. After they entered the study, he suddenly said, “By the way, you mentioned before that you met a very beautiful woman and fell in love with her at first sight, right?”
Matthew paused. If he told Titus that he had fallen in love with Catherine at first sight, Titus might k**l him. “Oh, nah. I found out later that she’s already married.”
Titus looked at him with slight sympathy. It was not easy for Matthew to like someone, but the woman ended up being married.
“Dad, actually… I want to talk to you about Catherine…” Titus bit the bullet and spoke.
“Don’t tell me that the married woman you like is her, ” Titus suddenly said.
It seemed there was no way to continue this conversation.
Seeing Matthew fall silent, Titus’ face immediately turned icy. “She seduced you.”
“No, Dad. I met her by coincidence the day I came to Canberra. I didn’t even know she was Catherine back then. She saved me,” Matthew hurriedly explained.