Read The Divorced Billionaire Heiress Chapter 1448 – Scold Me if You Want To
As a result, after a few seconds, Mrs. Quimbey only stared at her daughter quietly with a sunken face and did not make a sound.
Yvette could not stand the silence and said, “Just go ahead and scold me if you want to! I’m ready for it!”
She felt uncomfortable if her mother did not scold her.
Mrs. Quimbey stared at her daughter who was spoiled and capricious. Yvette had been in all kinds o f trouble, but no matter how much she was disciplined, she just could not learn to control her temper.
“I remember that you said those bold words here in this office three months ago, telling me that you must be with that man even if you never get married or get a title… ”
Mrs. Quimbey’s tone was sullen and cold. She watched as Yvette’s expression stiffened and crumbled a little.
She felt a little heartbroken.
After all, Yvette was her daughter.
“Mom, can you not mention this?”
Yvette looked at her mother. Her face was expressionless when she spoke, but her eyes unconsciously reddened.
Mrs. Quimbey looked at the glass of water that Yvette had placed on the table.
“That man came to me a few times, but I sent him away. I only learned about what happened between you two later. Do you think the problem doesn’t exist if you don’t ask about it? Do you think that you can bury your head in the sand forever?”
Yvette’ s eyes were red as she looked at her mother. Mrs. Quimbey looked at Yvette and sighed.
“I believe in your sincerity, and I believe in his sincerity, but the weight of it isn’t the same at all. You gave up everything to be with him, but what about him? Did he give up anything? He just allowed his ex-wife’s sister to insult you and even told you not to care about it. How much do you think he values you?”
A few sentences made Yvette’s heart collapse.
Yvette no longer wanted to hear more of it and restrained her voice.
“Mom, you can scold me all you want, but I don’t regret that I’ve loved him. In the future… There’s no future between us. I promise…”
Before Yvette could finish her sentence, Mrs. Quimbey interrupted her words. “I don’t need your assurance, Yvette. You’re still young and will encounter many things in life. Just like how you gave up everything to show me that you wanted to be with him three months ago, impulsiveness won’t solve any problems. I’m sure that you’ve thought things through these few days. You should just break it off and change your attitude. Cut your losses in time. Feelings are the most worthless thing in this world.”
Mrs. Quimbey was a bit disappointed, and Yvette heard it clearly.
If her mother had said this to her three months ago, Yvette would have retorted that Mrs. Quimbey was a robot that was cold and heartless, but now, Yvette suddenly felt like it was reasonable.
It was true that one could only remember it best when they suffered a loss themselves.
Yvette bowed her head for a moment as warm tears flowed out of her eyes.
She brushed it off with her hand as if nothing had happened and answered.
“I know, Mommy.”
Mrs. Quimbey looked at her daughter for a few seconds and paused. Her eyes were downcast as she picked up the cup of warm water and drank it all.
She stood up and said, “I have to go to the subsidiary for an inspection. Work here and come socialize with me in the evening.”
Yvette nodded her head. “Okay, Mommy!”
She had instantly reverted to her playful and relaxed tone.
It was as if the heaviness a moment ago did not exist.
Mrs. Quimbey left the office. Yvette stood quietly for a few seconds before she left the place with light footsteps and went back to her office.
Mrs. Quimbey sent an address to Yvette. It was an extremely famous restaurant that turned away ordinary people with its style and class.
It looked like this dinner was very important to Mrs. Quimbey.
Yvette drove there. When she got inside, there was no one else in the restaurant except one table of people. Mrs. Quimbey was among them.
Yvette’ s mother was sitting on the opposite side. When she saw Yvette coming in, she waved.
Yvette smiled and walked over.
When she got closer, she saw that another man and woman were sitting across from her mother.
Yvette had never seen that woman who looked to be over 40 years old before. That woman was extremely well-maintained and had a noble air around her.
Yvette recognized the man.
It was none other than Lance Sheldon.