Read The Divorced Billionaire Heiress Chapter 464 – Old Master Ferguson said, “‘Don’t waste your efforts on Nicole anymore. She has scandals with male celebrities left and right, and now even a s*****l with Clayton Sloan, Which family can accept such a woman that has more scandals than you? If she really marries into our family, how can we still command respect from others?”
Eric’s gaze swept over Ivy Harrison, who was standing obediently at the side. The cold light in his eyes pierced her like a knife.
Ivy was nervous and did not know what she had done wrong.
She wanted to take a closer look at his eyes, but he had already shifted his gaze.
Was it disappointment or joy?
Eric’s thin lips were pursed. His complexion was dark and unsightly.
“If you want a marriage alliance, you can marry her yourself. Nicole is my only choice.”
After that. Eric hung up the phone. His body was exuding a dense chill.
The surrounding people who wanted to exchange pleasantries with Eric dared not approach him.
Seeing that he hung up the phone, Ivy Harrison came over again, She carefully examined his face and said in a soft voice, “Mr. Ferguson, would you like something to drink?”
Eric glanced at her. His thin lips parted slightly, and his voice was extremely cold.
“Go and tell Eli Harrison not to count on me.”
Ivy froze for a moment and blinked. “I-I don’t understand what you mean.”
Eric raised his head and met her eyes. The coldness in his eyes was so powerful and shocking that it startled Ivy.
That was all he said to her.
In one fell swoop, Eric saw through Ivy Harrison’s little thoughts.
She felt like she was slapped in the face because her cheeks b****d, yet there was nowhere to escape.
To Ivy, Eric was her inordinate ambition.
Her eyes instantly reddened as tears accumulated. She turned around and ran away.
The surrounding people lamented when they saw this scene. Initially, they sympathized with Nicole, but now, they sympathized with that innocent girl.
Nicole simply did not pay attention to Eric’s movements. She sat with Clayton for a while and went around to socialize with others.
Everyone there was acquaintances, so it was not awkward.
After having some wine, Nicole felt a little warm and wanted to get some fresh air.
She smiled and looked at Clayton. “I’m going to the bathroom. Be right back.”
Clayton nodded like a gentleman and led her to one end of the promenade as he pointed to the other end.
“It’s right at the end.”
Nicole walked over. The marble walls of the long corridor echoed with the crisp sound of her high heels.
Just as she reached the corner, she heard the sound of a woman sobbing inside.
“What are you crying for? Eric Ferguson won’t even look at you even when he’s crippled. You’re so useless!”
The shrill female voice was harsh with ridicule and a bit of smugness.
The person who spoke was none other than Ivy Harrison’s half-sister, Joy Harrison.
If Joy was not already married, this illegitimate daughter would not even stand a chance to marry Eric Ferguson.
Joy was scolding and humiliating Ivy for being useless, yet she was secretly delighted that Eric Ferguson did not fancy Ivy.
Nicole paused and frowned. Thinking that there was no way to avoid this, Nicole openly walked to the other side of the promenade since there was no reason for her to hide.
She saw two similar-looking women standing there and was waiting for them to leave after noticing her, but they did not.
Ivy bit her lower lip and sobbed aggrievedly.
Joy’s arms were folded. She then reached out to pinch Ivy’s waist viciously.
Ivy did not even dare to flinch. It looked like she was used to being bullied because she did not show the slightest intention to fight back.
They still did not notice Nicole standing there, so Nicole could only helplessly continue to watch the show.
She did not mean to pry.
“I’ll try my best…”
Joy sneered. “A vulgar person like you won’t even look elegant in the finest clothes, No wonder Eric Ferguson doesn’t even want to look at you. You should take a look in the mirror. A shameless homewrecker’s daughter like you doesn’t even deserve to have a day in the sun if not for the Harrison blood that flows in your veins.”