Married by Mistake: Mr. Whitman’s Sinner Wife Chapter 731

Read Married by Mistake Mr. Whitman’s Sinner Wife [by Sixteenth Child] Chapter 731 – Madeline and Felipe both looked at Cathy at the same time. Madeline already had some speculations in her heart.

However, she saw Cathy shaking her hand in embarrassment and pretended that it was nothing.

“I ate too much just now and had too many oily snacks, so that’s why my stomach isn’t feeling so good.”

She rubbed her stomach and burped. “Felipe, I’ll go back to my room now.”

Felipe looked at her ominously and nodded lightly.

Cathy turned around and ran away quickly because she was scared that Felipe would sense something.

When she went back to her room, her heart was beating so fast that she felt as if her heart was going into overdrive.

She touched her stomach and gasped in lingering fear.

‘I can’t let Felipe know that I’m pregnant.

‘I can’t!

‘If not, I won’t be able to keep this child.’

In the living room.

Felipe looked at Madeline’s painting and understood how Madeline was feeling at this moment.

“Eveline, I wanted to bring you on a vacation so that you can clear your head, but I just finished my online meeting and was informed that I need to take care of something back in F Country. That’s why I need to leave for a bit.”

“Work is important, so you should go.” Madeline understood. “Plus, I want to accompany Jack more as well. Felipe, I’m afraid we have to delay going back to F Country.”

“It’s nothing, you d***y.” Felipe held her hand gently. “The most important thing is that you’re happy.”

He said and looked out the window. Then, he noticed Jeremy standing at the door.

He was slightly pissed. When he was about to go down, Madeline stopped him. “Felipe, let me. I want to use this chance to break things off completely with him.”

Felipe was pleased when he heard that. He had been waiting for the day Madeline would cut things off completely with Jeremy.

Madeline held the umbrella and walked to the door with her drawing.

Jeremy had been waiting this entire time. When he saw Madeline appearing in his vision, he was surprised.

Even though he was also holding an umbrella, since he had been waiting for so long, his body was cold and wet.

“Linnie.” Jeremy walked toward her. “Linnie, I have something to say to you.”

Madeline looked at him flatly. “I have something to say to you as well.”

Jeremy was taken aback. Then, he smiled softly. “Go ahead, Linnie.”

“Please stop coming to look for me in the future. Also, stop appearing in my vision,” she said coldly with an icy gaze.

“I don’t want any sort of relationship with you. If I had been firm on my decision to go back to F Country with Felipe, none of this would have happened.

“Jeremy, I won’t care about you anymore. It won’t matter to me if you’re d**d, alive, happy, or sad.”

Jeremy felt like there was a hole in his heart. The cold autumn wind was invading his broken heart along with the rain.

Jeremy grabbed her when he saw that she was about to leave. “Linnie, can you give me one minute?”

“Yes.” Madeline looked at him coldly. Then, she threw that drawing at him. “If the angel in this drawing comes back to life, I’ll give you a minute.”

Jeremy watched as the paper slowly fell. He reached out to grab it and saw a smiling face that was similar to Lillian’s.

He immediately understood what Madeline was trying to tell him.

She would never forgive him anymore—unless Lillian was alive.

Felipe drove the car over and Madeline got in.

Jeremy then saw Felipe’s victorious gaze, but he could only allow Felipe to take Madeline away.

The rain became heavier, and Jeremy held the drawing in his hands while his heart ached.

The next day, Felipe went to F Country.

Cathy was glad that Felipe had not noticed her pregnancy. If not, she could predict what would have happened to her.

On this day, Madeline brought Jackson to the pirate theme park.

This was Lillian’s favorite place in the world when she was alive, but she had never brought her here.

Since Lillian was too young, she could not go on any of the rides here yet.