Married by Mistake: Mr. Whitman’s Sinner Wife Chapter 1712

Read Married by Mistake Mr. Whitman’s Sinner Wife [by Sixteenth Child] Chapter 1712 – “Did you do that on purpose? You want to free your brother, don’t you?” Carter asked coldly, the sternness expressed with the corners of his eyes and his eyebrows frightened Shirley.

“I… Cough cough… Why would I let him go?” Shirley answered Carter as she coughed. “He was the reason my parents had neglected me back then, the reason they’d sent me to study abroad. It wasn’t for my future. The fact was that they’d just wanted a better opportunity to nurture their precious son. Hmph!”

Shirley looked toward the direction where Adam had left and chuckled coldly.

“I only want to see just how great their precious, cherished son truly is.”

Shirley said this through gritted teeth.

Nonetheless, tears silently fell from the corners of her eyes. Her fists clenched as the thought of the notebook, containing her father’s handwritten, surfaced in her mind.

Upon hearing Shirley’s words and seeing the tears trickling out of the corners of her eyes, Carter’s eyes darkened.

He suddenly bent down and carried Shirley, who had still been lying on her side on the floor, in a bridal carry.

Shirley did not dare to expect much more. Being in Carter’s arms right now was exactly what she had wanted.

The hospital.

It was the middle of the night when Jeremy got back to the hospital room.

Even though Madeline had been injected with some tranquilizer, she was still shivering under the blankets.

Jeremy’s heart ached. There was nothing else he could do for Madeline.

If it was possible, he truly would endure it all in Madeline’s place.

During their departure from Carter’s villa, Adam had been informed of Madeline’s current symptoms by Jeremy.

He had first gone home to retrieve some of his things before following Jeremy to the hospital.

After a cursory examination of Madeline, he had given Madeline an injection with the anti-toxoid test reagent that he had brought with him.

After the injection, Madeline’s heart still ached, and the chills all over her body persisted. Ten minutes later, color finally returned to Madeline’s face.

On the side, Cathy shifted her gaze from the poison-afflicted Madeline to Lillian who had leukemia. The sight distressed her to the point of tears, so she turned and left the room quietly.

Soon after, Jeremy and Adam came out of the room as well.

With a serious look on his face, Adam explained the situation to Jeremy.

“I’ve injected Eveline with an analgesic that I developed. It can’t cure her completely, but it can temporarily help relieve her pain. To eliminate the poison, we’d still need to find out exactly what Shirley used in developing the poison. That’s the only way we can prescribe the right cure for Eveline.”

“That’s not something she’d tell us. She’s in this with Carter, and Carter’s goal is to get to me. Until this goal has been achieved, they’ll only be using Madeline to control me.”

In this regard, Jeremy understood clearly. He finally let go of his strong facade and sat down on the chair in exhaustion.

“Lillian has leukemia, and Linnie is in this state. Further, I’m not fully recovered. I truly don’t know when all of this will end.”

He lamented. For now, he only wanted to release the pressure he had been holding in.

Once this is over, he would still be the husband Madeline needs and the father his children want to depend on.

“It’ll all get better.” Cathy gave him her blessings. “I believe that we reap what we sow. Evie is a good person, so I’m sure she’ll be blessed.”

Jeremy smiled when he heard that. “I agree.”

His smile was quickly replaced with another frown. “Adam, since you’ve heard what Shirley said earlier, do you know what would be the symptoms that Linnie will show when the poison reaches the final stage?”