Married by Mistake: Mr. Whitman’s Sinner Wife Chapter 313

Read Married by Mistake Mr. Whitman’s Sinner Wife [by Sixteenth Child] Chapter 313 – Meredith did not expect that Jeremy would push her away so simply. She was dumbfounded!

She heard Jeremy calling out Vera’s name nervously. The worry and concern in his tone clearly belonged to her alone!

Now, however, he was giving it to another woman.

What made Meredith even more astounded was that she was actually seeing Madeline sitting on the ground at this moment with a helpless and weak expression, as if she had been pushed down by someone.

“Why are you sitting on the floor?” Jeremy walked quickly toward Madeline before kneeling down. The corners of his eyes and eyebrows were dyed with sadness and a rare tenderness.

Madeline slowly raised her beautiful eyes and glanced at Meredith who was behind Jeremy.

“If I said that this noble Miss Crawford pushed me down, would you believe me?” She looked at Jeremy’s deep eyes innocently.

When Meredith heard this, she clenched her fists violently and defended herself angrily. “Vera, what are you talking about? How could I have pushed you? It was you who provoked me and destroyed the dinner I prepared for Jeremy. You even hit me!”

She then said in a frail tone while crouching next to Jeremy and holding onto his arm, “Jeremy, don’t be fooled by this woman. She bullied me! I didn’t even lay a finger on her, Jeremy. Don’t you believe me?”

Meredith looked at Jeremy deeply, looking forward to his satisfactory response to her.

However, instead of paying attention to Meredith, Jeremy stretched out his hand and gently lifted Madeline up.

“Ow!” Madeline frowned.

Jeremy looked at the area where she had been bruised in the morning because of the car accident. “Does it hurt?”

“A little.”

“I’ll take care of it for you,” Jeremy said as he put his arms around Madeline’s shoulders. He helped her sit down on the sofa tenderly and with so much care.

Meredith could not believe what she was seeing. Her eyes were filled with envy, jealousy, and burning hatred.

Seeing that Jeremy had brought out a small medicine box and was preparing to treat Madeline’s wounds personally, Meredith could no longer maintain her always soft, dignified, and gentle demeanor.

“Jeremy, do you really not believe me but instead believe this demon of a girl?” Meredith pointed at Madeline angrily. “Can’t you tell that she’s acting?!”

Jeremy’s long fingers that were holding the alcohol pads paused. “Acting? The car accident in the morning was an act? Vera’s desperate effort to save Jackson was also an act? Is the wound on her foot also an act?” he asked in a cold voice. His indifferent tone was like the cold winter wind in Meredith’s ears.

Meredith opened her mouth but was speechless.

Madeline raised her delicate eyebrows as her mouth formed a dimpled smile. “Miss Crawford, I know you always think that I want to steal Jeremy from you, which is why you’re always targeting me. Whatever one does, the heavens are watching. What wicked things you have done, surely you know it in your heart. Jeremy knows it too. You cannot just simply tarnish my name with just a few words.”

“You…” Meredith was so angry that she almost jumped to her feet.

Her eye sockets were splitting, but she could not choke out a word.

She had always been the one setting others up. Since when was it the others’ turn to set her up and make her the one to feel aggrieved instead?!

‘How dare you, Vera Quinn?!’

Meredith gritted her teeth and stared at Madeline’s smiling face, wishing to bore through her face!

“You should go and reflect on what you have done,” came Jeremy’s order of chasing away his guests.

Meredith clenched her fists unwillingly. Her heart was full of anger, but in the end, she could not release it. Instead, she wept while feeling aggrieved. “Jeremy, we’ve been together for so many years, yet you actually refuse to believe me. I’m heartbroken!” she said before covering her face and running away crying.

Unmoved, Jeremy continued to treat Madeline’s wounds without even sparing a glance for Meredith.

Madeline had been watching, however. Watching Meredith’s resentful yet aggrieved figure running away really made her feel so happy.