Married by Mistake: Mr. Whitman’s Sinner Wife Chapter 1657

Read Married by Mistake Mr. Whitman’s Sinner Wife [by Sixteenth Child] Chapter 1657 – Jeremy’s heart felt like it tightened similarly after hearing Madeline’s answer.

Without any hesitation, he held Madeline in a bridal carry. He hailed a cab by the roadside and went to the nearest hospital.

Jeremy ran until he reached the emergency room door. Once the red light had lit up, he could not do anything but linger in the empty corridor, feeling restless.

He knew that Madeline did not have any heart issues, so how did it get so painful so suddenly?

‘Was it because we were running?’

‘I shouldn’t have dragged Linnie into running around like that.’

‘I shouldn’t.’

Jeremy started beating himself up harshly.

The door of the emergency room opened suddenly, and a young nurse walked out hurriedly.

Jeremy wanted to halt the nurse to ask about Madeline’s condition, but he was worried about interfering with her work.

Barely a moment after the nurse had walked away, two professional-looking middle-aged doctors, wearing serious expressions, came over and entered the emergency room.

This turn of events further rattled Jeremy’s state of mind.

‘Linnie, what’s happening to you?’

‘Why is your heart hurting suddenly?’

Jeremy was perplexed, his thoughts whirling. His eyes were glued to the red light by the emergency room door.

He did not know how much time had passed before the door opened once again, the doctor and nurse coming out simultaneously.

Jeremy immediately ran over to ask, “Doctor, how’s my wife? Is she still in pain?”

Seeing the concern and worry on Jeremy’s face, the doctor amiably comforted him. “We’ve given your wife some stabilizers, so her condition has stabilized for the time being. We’ve already done a full-body checkup on her. We’ll only be able to know the cause of her sudden heartache once the results are out.”

Jeremy did not ask any further questions when he heard this answer. Aside from staying by Madeline’s side in the hospital room and waiting for the results, there was little else he could do.

The next morning, Madeline woke from her weary dream with a perplexed look in her eyes.

Jeremy had stayed with her the entire time she was asleep, not even daring to close his eyes for a moment’s rest, lest something happened to Madeline again.

When Madeline recalled her sudden heartache the night before, she found it strange.

She was drinking the warm water Jeremy had poured for her now, one hand holding her cup and the other laying on top of her chest.

When Jeremy saw her movement, he anxiously approached her. “Linnie, are you in pain again?”

To avoid worrying Jeremy excessively, Madeline quickly shook her head and smiled at the man whose eyes were filled with apprehension. “No, I’m not in pain anymore. Don’t worry too much, Jeremy.”

“How could I not be?” Jeremy, brows furrowed, anxiously asked again, “Are you sure you’re not in pain?”

“Really, I’m not.” Madeline shook her head again. While touching her stomach, she emphasized, “I am a little hungry though.”

Jeremy smiled and his brows relaxed when he saw that Madeline did not seem to be lying. “I’ll buy you some breakfast then. I’ve heard St. Piaf has pretty good bagels. I’ll go buy some now.”

“Okay, I’ll wait for you.” Madeline smiled and nodded, enjoying how Jeremy was taking care of her.

Even though Jeremy had not rested for the entire night, when he saw that Madeline had recovered, he felt relieved. More energetic, even.

After Jeremy left the room, Madeline was about to get out of bed to walk around when she saw a doctor and a nurse walking in.

“Miss Montgomery, we have your checkup report.”


Madeline was unaware of what had happened after she had passed out earlier.