Let me go, Mr. Hill By Shallow South Chapter 733

Read Let me go, Mr. Hill [by Shallow South] Chapter 733 – “Since when did we get along that well?” Shaun was even more convinced of what Suzie said. “Liam Hill, you already have a daughter. How old are you?

You need to stop fooling around all day and take responsibility for your daughter. Suzie needs you.”

“But I need freedom. Hey, to tell you the truth, I was very happy to have a daughter at first, but after a few days, it became troublesome. I have no freedom, and Suzie doesn’t want to s********h Mom, so I can only hand her to you.”

Then, Liam hung up the phone.

Shaun looked down and saw a teary-eyed Suzie, who said, “Daddy doesn’t like me anymore.”

“No, Daddy is busy. You’ll sleep at Uncle’s tonight, okay?” It hurt Shaun to see her cry.

“Uncle, sorry for troubling you.” Suzie’s clever appearance made Shaun curse Liam ten thousand times over.

How could he find such a lovely girl troublesome? Did he know how envious Shaun was? D**n it.

In the seaside villa.

When Sarah heard the sound of the engine, she immediately put on some makeup and ran out happily. However, her mood soured when she saw the little girl on Shaun’s shoulder. “ Shaun, she’s… ”

“She’s staying here tonight,” Shaun explained succinctly. “Tell Aunty Zara to cook more dishes for her.”

“Okay. ” Sarah’s blood boiled. Recently, Shaun had been lukewarm to her, so she wanted to please him and get intimate with him tonight.

However, Suzie said sweetly, “Hello, Aunty. You’re so pretty.”

“Thank you. You’re very cute too…” Sarah complimented stiffly.

During dinner, Shaun’s phone rang. He looked at the well-behaved Suzie and said to Sarah, “ Look after her for a while.”

Then, he took his phone and walked to the side to answer it.

“Aunty, can you help me with some fish? I can’t reach it.” Suzie pointed at the steamed fish with her

tender little hand.

Sarah gave her a piece and then ignored her.

For some reason, the more she looked at the child, the more she hated her.

After a while, she heard the sound of the girl coughing painfully.

Shaun, who had just put down his phone, came back to see the girl’s flushed face, looking like she was in great pain.

He looked at the fish in her bowl and instantly realized that she had choked on a bone. Hence, he hurriedly poured a glass of water for her.

Even so, Suzie was still in pain. Fortunately, Aunty Zara in the kitchen had reacted quickly by getting her to drink some apple cider vinegar.

“Uncle…” When Suzie got better, she held Shaun and started to cry.

“You’re fine now.” Shaun patted her back. For a moment back then, he was so scared that he broke out in cold sweat.

“I think… we shouldn’t cook fish next time, ” Sarah said with concern. “It’s easy for children to choke on the bones.”

Unexpectedly, the words did not sit well with Shaun. “Eating fish makes children smarter. This fish doesn’t have many bones, but you didn’t pay attention and gave her the part with the most bones. Didn’t I tell you to look after her?”

He suddenly thought of Catherine yesterday. She had cooked fish as well, but she picked out the bones individually and checked it carefully before feeding it to Suzie.

In the past, he always felt that Sarah was meticulous. However, he now realized that even though they were both not yet mothers, Catherine was much more patient with children.

Sarah, who had been suddenly accused, was stunned. Her eyes could not help but turn red, and she wanted to speak up.

It was at that moment when Suzie tugged Shaun’s sleeve and said, “Don’t blame Auntie. I was careless.”

Shaun stroked her head. “Uncle will pick out the bones for you.”

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