Married by Mistake: Mr. Whitman’s Sinner Wife Chapter 1466

Read Married by Mistake Mr. Whitman’s Sinner Wife [by Sixteenth Child] Chapter 1466 – “Jeremy, Jeremy?” The woman was confused at Jeremy’s reaction.

Even Jeremy himself did not understand why those eyes were able to make him feel so disconcerted. Plus, the view of that woman’s back caused him to feel a sharp pain in his heart for some reason.

This was so strange.

However, he did not have time to look into this before he was urged away by the woman by his side.

The rain was getting heavier and heavier. Madeline held the umbrella, and after she walked for a while, she slowly stopped walking.

She did not know when the sky turned black. When Jeremy walked past her earlier, she felt as if her vision had turned black.

Her heart was in immense pain, but right now, the wounds on her face started to b**n painfully.

Madeline placed the umbrella down while feeling unwell. However, the moment she removed her scarf and mask, a passerby suddenly exclaimed, “D**n, what a scary face!”

The passerby’s unintentional words sounded so piercing as they penetrated Madeline’s eardrums.

She silently stood where she was and watched as the passerby ran away hurriedly after being shocked by her face. Madeline started to adapt and get used to being looked at in a weird light.

Of course, she did not care about the passerby’s gaze. The only person she cared about was the man named Jeremy Whitman.

However, he…

Madeline lowered her gaze in desolation and allowed the dense raindrops to c***h onto her body.

In the silence, she heard footsteps getting nearer to her. Then, an umbrella appeared above her head.

“Do you not want to recover?” The man’s cold and clear voice sounded flat. “Have you ever considered that you might affect your recovering face if you stand in the rain like this?”

Madeline clenched her fists and put away her negative emotions. After she put on her mask, she turned around.

Under the streetlight, she saw the man holding the umbrella with his icy p***r face looking extremely frigid.

“Why are you here?” Madeline was curious.

However, the man did not answer her. “Come with me.”

After he said that, he turned around. When he saw that Madeline was not moving, he shifted the umbrella slightly toward her.

“You’ve been wandering aimlessly for the entire afternoon. You’re homeless.”

“…”

Homeless.

Immediately, Madeline felt a coldness in her heart.

Glendale was her hometown. Her maternal home and in-laws were all here but now, she really had nowhere to go…

Madeline followed the man back to a modern-looking European manor.

The man asked the doctor over to treat Madeline’s face. Madeline lay on the bed like a lifeless doll as she allowed people to do anything they wanted to her.

After a while, Madeline finally felt the burning dryness and itchiness on her face slowly disappearing.

She picked up the mirror to look at her face. She could not bear to look at the area under her eyes.

Madeline placed the mirror down. When she was about to sit up, she saw the mysterious and graceful man walking in.

The man’s hands were in his pockets and there were no emotions on his icy face.

He walked over to Madeline, and his eyes that were glinting ominously were staring piercingly into Madeline’s eyes.

“It seems that you’re hiding something important, am I right?”

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