Read Let me go, Mr. Hill [by Shallow South] Chapter 748 – “I’m hanging up now.”
“Hold on.” Shaun immediately stopped Catherine. “ What brand is it?”
“I don’t remember. Anyway, it’s available at the drugstore.” Catherine slammed the phone immediately.
Shaun frowned and called her again.
“What do you want, Shaun?” Shaun was getting on her nerves. All she wanted was to have a proper nap.
Her tone was filled with impatience, but Shaun did not sense it. He was already ill, but at that point, he felt a little feverish again. “I just want to remind you out of the goodness of my heart that Isaac isn’t a good guy. He has smelly feet, and what’s more, he’s interested in men. He got closer to you simply because you’re the successor of Yule Corporation.
Don’t think that he’s into you.”
“It’s none of your business.” Catherine’s words
made him choke with rage.
“I reminded you only because you’re my ex-wife. I don’t wish to see you deceived and shamed.”
“Thank you, but I don’t think Isaac has smelly feet. I’ll bring him home tonight to find out whether he’s interested in men.”
As soon as Catherine finished speaking, she hung up again.
Shaun was so furious that he smashed the landline right away.
Hadley, who was standing at the door and about to enter the room, blushed with embarrassment. In fact, Isaac neither had smelly feet nor was he interested in men.
Eldest Young Master Hill could go as far as throwing mud at his love rival for the sake of blackening the latter’s name.
After Shaun’s temper subsided, he began to cough violently.
“Eldest Young Master Hill, I think you should consult a professional doctor for a prescription. After all, Miss Jones isn’t a doctor.” Hadley felt that Shaun’s condition had not improved as his face was flushed.
Shaun glowered at him and said in a huff, “Call Chester over.”
This put Hadley in an awkward position. It made Young Master Jewell seem like Shaun’s personal doctor.
Hadley gave Chester a call. Chester was speechless a s well, but he eventually came with some ordinary cold medicine anyway. “ Shaun, can’t you consult your family doctor?”
Shaun opened the medicine packet and took a few pills based on the manual. With a hoarse voice, he said, “Chester, I don’t feel like getting married.”
“What?” A look of astonishment washed over Chester’s face. “What’s wrong with you again?”
“I have no idea.” Shaun leaned on the seat weakly, feeling feverish. He probably knew what he actually wanted because he was sick. “Perhaps I’ve changed my mind. I don’t love Sarah as much as I used to anymore. Now… all I think about is Catherine.”
Chester frowned and threw him a glance. “I’ve long since told you to think carefully. When you went and divorced Catherine, I thought you were clear about what you wanted. Shaun, you must understand that nothing can cure regrets. Everyone knows that you’re getting married to Sarah. The hotel and date have been fixed, and the wedding invitation cards have also been sent out. If you suddenly cancel the wedding, what will happen to Sarah? Are you trying to drive her to her d***h?”
A look of helplessness and guilt flashed across Shaun’s gaze.
“What’s more, she was hurt when she was overseas back then. Since you’ve been in a relationship with her for a few years, how do you think she is going to cope with her life now that you don’t want her anymore?”
Chester glanced at him. “You were the one who chose this path and insisted on getting back together with Sarah. No one forced you.”
Shaun kept quiet for a moment.
He did not know why he resented Catherine so much three years ago but was fascinated by her again three years later.
“Chester, I don’t think I actually hated Catherine three years ago. It was all because I lost some of my memory back then, or I wouldn’t have given her The Queen’s Necklace.”
“You don’t actually hate her. If it weren’t for Shelley’s d***h, both of you might not have separated.”
Chester remarked casually. Then, he rose to his feet and reminded him, ”Shaun, there’s no turning back. ”
Shaun remained silent for one whole hour on the seat.
Perhaps he had grasped this too late.