Pursuing My Ex-Wife Isn’t Easy By Inked Snow Chapter 32

Read Pursuing My Ex-Wife Isn’t Easy [by Inked Snow] Chapter 32 – Nellie blinked, then realized she had misspoken.

She didn’t dare to face her father, turning her face to the side, “Mommy, right now, she’s…“

Before she could finish her sentence, she spotted Luna who was standing at the entrance to the study.

The little girl’s voice cut off in her throat.

Joshua turned and glanced at the woman standing in the entrance, his displeasure apparent in his voice, “ You have something to say?“


Luna’s face remained expressionless. “The servants downstairs said breakfast is ready and asked when Nellie would go down and eat.“

“You can eat first if you’re hungry.“

He glanced at her, irritated, “Once Nellie and I are done, we’ll go downstairs by ourselves.“


She smiled and nodded, then turned and left without a hint of hesitation.

After Luna left, Joshua shut the door to the study, turned and continued questioning Nellie. “You were saying, what does your Mommy look like now?“

Nellie paused, raised her head and looked at him, “ Mommy…she looks ugly now.“

She tried her best to recall what Luna looked like originally, “Her face is terrible, full of scars, with bandages wrapped around her head all the time. All you can see was her eyes.

Sometimes when the bandages have been removed, you can see the various scars…“

As she was talking, she trembled unconsciously, “ Anyway, she looks so ugly…“

When she had just learned how to talk, Luna’s face wasn’t as perfect as it is now.

Every time she saw her mother’s face under the bandages, she would be so terrified she couldn’t sleep throughout the night.

Every time she lost sleep because she saw her mother’s face, her brother Nigel would hold her in his arms carefully, “Nellie, she’s our Mommy, the one who is the closest to us, who loves us the most, in this whole world.

No matter what she looks like, we can’t be disgusted at her, we can’t be afraid of her, do you understand?“

Back then, the confused and lost Nellie didn’t understand what Nigel was saying.

But later, after Neil told her about what Luna went through, she finally understood.

Back then, Daddy was the person Mommy was closest to. He was even more important to Mommy then Mommy was to Nellie.

But it was because of him that Mommy became like this…

With these thoughts in mind, Nellie raised her head, her gaze that was resting on Joshua turned cold and distant, “Daddy, now that Mommy is ugly, would you still want to find her?“

Joshua couldn’t help it and sighed at her question, “No matter what she looks like, she is still my wife.“

With that, he raised his hand and stroked Nellie’s hair, “Your mother…did she send you back alone, because of her looks? Because she was afraid?“

Nellie nodded, “I think so. Mommy said, she doesn’t want to see you. If its’s not because of me, she had nothing to do with you anymore. “

Joshua’s eyes gradually dimmed.

He knew that there must be a reason why Luna left him back then.

After three years of marriage, he admitted that he was never a loving husband. She married him because she loved him deeply, affectionately, but he never gave her any response, so her feelings for him finally wore off.

But, even so, he didn’t believe that she would betray him, let alone that she would commit s*****e in a thunderstorm, leaving behind nothing but a single note, moreover while she was pregnant.

She loved children so much, she would not insist on driving to the bridge to commit s*****e,

disregarding her child’s health.

There must be some other reason.

But right now, Luna dared not show up because of her d********d face, and Nellie was a six-year-old kid who didn’t understand anything. He wanted to

figure out what happened that year, but his task was similar to finding a needle in a haystack.

Thinking of this, he sighed in relief, raised his hand and patted Nellie’s back, “If you can reach your mommy, tell her that I have something important to tell her and ask her to contact me.”

Nellie pursed her lips and didn’t say any more.

Seeing her look of distress, her father decided to let her off the hook.

He picked her up and went downstairs to have breakfast.

In the dining room downstairs, Luna was sitting in a chair and sending a message to Neil.

Seeing Nellie come down, she quickly put away her mobile phone, sat next to Nellie, and carefully served her breakfast.

“Aunty, don’t just feed me, eat some yourself.”

Nellie picked up some salad and put it in Luna’s bowl, “You’ve lost weight recently.”

Luna smiled gently, and continued to spoon food into Nellie’s bowl, “You need to eat to grow, don’t worry about me.” The two ladies, young and old, took turns feeding and caring for each other, looking like a mother and daughter pair who were very close to each other.