Read Married by Mistake Mr. Whitman’s Sinner Wife [by Sixteenth Child] Chapter 1458 – However, he was the one who chose this ending.
Madeline looked at the urn silently. Then, she heard the man’s cold voice behind her.
“Feeling sad is the most useless thing. S*****w back your tears and properly tend to your wounds.”
Madeline turned around and lifted her clear, beautiful eyes. “Did you see me cry?” she asked calmly and looked quietly at the urn that was placed on the coffee table. “This is the path he chose.”
After she said that, Madeline went back the way she came from.
The man did not expect Madeline to answer him so calmly and carefreely. For a moment, the man seemed to be lost in thought while absent-minded.
He lifted his head to see Madeline who had already decisively left. Suddenly, he was curious. With that pair of eyes filled with determination and stubbornness, what would this woman’s personality be like? Plus, how did she look before she d********d her face?
Madeline went back to her room and sat on the bed quietly. She would be lying if she said that she did not feel anything. Her emotions were more or less stirred up by Ryan leaving the world in this way.
Madeline closed her eyes. When she recalled the explosion, that loud noise felt as if it was penetrating her brain. Then, the debilitating pain started to overwhelm her again.
Madeline lifted her hand to clutch her head in pain. At the same time, she felt as if her face had been burnt by fire and she was in excruciating pain.
Madeline could not help but yell out in pain. The maids who came over after hearing Madeline called the doctor immediately.
“It hurts…” Madeline’s eyes were red, and she could only utter two words shakily.
The doctor gave her some anesthetic when he saw her in so much pain. Then, Madeline fell unconscious almost immediately.
The doctor removed the gauze on her face carefully. When the maids saw Madeline’s d********d face, they could not help but turn their heads away.
However, when they turned around, they greeted the man respectfully when they saw him walking over. “Mr. Carter.”
The man ignored their greetings out of habit. Then, he walked gracefully and calmly to the side of the bed. When he saw the degree of Madeline’s facial disfigurement, he could not help but furrow his thick eyebrows.
“Can her face be fixed?” he asked. One could not tell his emotions from his slow voice.
“The Royal Hospital has the best medical team in the country, so the recovery will not be an issue. However, it’ll take up a lot of time.”
The man’s long and narrow eyes landed on Madeline who was sleeping. “Try your best to get her face back to how it used to look.”
“Roger, Mr. Carter.” The doctor agreed.
The man nodded slightly. Before he turned around, he looked at Madeline again.
Madeline stayed in bed for another two days. In those two days, she could only lay there and watch the doctor operate on her face.
Her heart was filled with unknown fear. She did not know what her face would look like, and at this moment, the thing she wanted the most was to have Jeremy next to her. However, this somehow had become a luxury.
Madeline knew she could not be weak. She knew her body belonged to her and no one would suffer for her, so she needed to be strong.
After receiving an afternoon’s worth of treatment, Madeline finally got up to eat something. Her face was still covered with a heavy layer of gauze.
The doctor would change her dressing twice every day. Whenever he did, he would give her some anesthetic because the pain was truly unbearable.
The sun in the late autumn was warm. Madeline finally had the mood to go downstairs for a walk.
When she was in the courtyard, she saw the man that they called Mr. Carter sitting outside the glasshouse in the garden. He was holding a European-styled teacup as he enjoyed his tea.
He had a good temperament, and perhaps his features looked outstanding, so they added an extra bit of charm to him.
Madeline was about to greet the man when she saw his entourage handing him a laptop. “Mr. Carter, here’s the video information. This man is Jeremy Whitman.”