Married by Mistake: Mr. Whitman’s Sinner Wife Chapter 1389

Read Married by Mistake Mr. Whitman’s Sinner Wife [by Sixteenth Child] Chapter 1389 – After Sean mentioned this, a trace of gladness flashed across Jeremy’s heavy eyes.

The important memories that he had lost because of the special cigarette Lana made for him at that time were very clear in his mind at this time.

“I didn’t set the fire at that time.”

Jeremy finally had the opportunity to tell the truth. Sean and Madeline looked back at him at the same time.

Sean frowned. “You told me this before. Although you lost your memory and were used by Lana at that time, the fire—”

“Lana asked someone to set the fire in advance. Then, she called me to come here as a scapegoat. Her purpose was to make Eveline think that I set the fire so that the relationship between the two of us would break apart.”

Jeremy’s answer shocked Sean and Madeline.

Of course, they did not question what Jeremy was saying currently because Lana was indeed capable of doing such a thing.

“Jeremy, why did you never tell me about this?” Madeline looked at the man while feeling pity for him. Suddenly, she felt extremely guilty.

He had been burdened with such grievances and even lost her and their marriage because of this, yet he never once defended himself.

“Back then, I smoked too many of the special cigarettes that Lana gave me so I was too confused. I didn’t even know what I had done. I really thought that I was the one who set the fire and you came so coincidentally after I got here.”

After hearing what Jeremy said, Madeline recalled the situation at the time.

When she saw the raging fire in front of her back then, she instantly lost all of her sanity.

She did not even think that it would be one of Lana’s traps that was done with a hidden agenda.

She only thought that Lana took advantage of Jeremy’s memory loss and asked him to set the fire.

However, as it turned out, this was not the case.

“It wasn’t until a while ago that I took a plane to Y Country. There was some turbulence and I knocked my head because I couldn’t stand still. That was when I remembered everything.”

Jeremy took a step toward the ruins in front of him with loneliness and regret in his eyes.

“In fact, I knew about this before Lana sent someone to set the fire. As such, I notified someone and that person was Ryan.”

“Ryan?”

Madeline and Sean were shocked again, but because of this, everything became clear.

No wonder Ryan had become Sean and Eloise’s savior. It turned out that something like happened in between all of these.

“Lana wanted to k**l Mom and Dad because you were investigating the affairs of the Stygian Johnsons. She wanted to k**l them so that word of this wouldn’t get out,” Jeremy told them the reason behind Lana’s ruthlessness.

Sean knew about this reason from a long time ago.

Come to think of it, Lana was so cruel and cold-blooded that it was almost perverted.

“The two burnt corpses back then were only props. I could tell that those were not human in the hospital, but I wasn’t sure what happened during the process, so I didn’t say anything.”

Jeremy told them the reason he kept his silence.

His passionate gaze landed on Madeline’s concerned and melancholic face. Then, he smiled gently.

“Linnie, I’m so sorry for making you so upset back then.” Jeremy lifted his hand and caressed Madeline’s cheek. “I know you must’ve been so heartbroken back then. You couldn’t accept the fact that the man you loved k****d your beloved parents, so you had no choice but to break things off with me.”

“It’s all my fault. I shouldn’t have been so arbitrary when making that decision back then.” Madeline blamed herself.

“You weren’t. I would’ve done that as well if I were you.” When Jeremy looked at Madeline, his eyes were filled with intense passion and tolerance.

He felt that he owed Madeline a lot during this time.

He would use his whole life to make this up to her.

“Ah! I found it! I found it!”

Suddenly, Eloise’s exclaims sounded from not far away.

Madeline and Jeremy looked over to see that Eloise had wandered into the ruins unbeknownst to them.

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