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He Only Married Me To Show Her That He Already Moved On By Jaycelle Anne Rodriguez Characters: 11729

Updated: 2019-08-03 23:32


Madi's POV:

"Are you sure you don't need me to go with you?"

Martin asked me for the third times since this morning about my appointment to the City Hall of Chicago. We flew together yesterday because I need to sign some important documents that needed to renew the business licence and operations agreement of my first restaurant. He insisted to go with me to meet my friends and to finally see my outlets. And I also need to personally file the documents because Noelle has an important schedules for today.

"Yup, don't worry. I'm used to this." I answered getting my bag and my phone from the couch.

"Okay. Take care, babe. Text me if you need some back up or if your ex-husband surprised you again."

I chuckled when he flexed his two biceps in front of me.

"I'm serious! I can kick him on his balls!"

I end up coughing after of laughing so hard in his one of a kind jokes.

"Okay, fine. But do the first things you really wanted to do.. or GO to the place and person you wanted to visit." I teased him with a raised eyebrow and smirk on my lips.

"Huh! What are you talking about?" he said acting surprised and he turned his back on me.

I shook my head while grinning and followed him in the kitchen.

"Ohh.. Martin-babe, do you really think I didn't know your real reason of going back with me here in Chicago? Come on, Martin!"

"Fine! But I'm serious, Madi. If you need some help, don't hesitate to call me or send me a message, okay?"

"Okay. Thanks babe." I winked at him.

He pulled me into a hug and kissed my forehead. "Take care."

"Yup... I will. Bye."

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I can't help not to inhaled deeply the moment I stepped out of the taxi and the building of Chicago City Hall came to my view. It's been three years since the last time I entered in this building, and that was when we registered our marriage in the Civil Registry.

After how many minutes of contemplating my thoughts, I decided to enter the building and headed my way to my purpose department.

Thirty minutes later.....

"Ma'am, I'm sorry but the name in your ID doesn't matched with the name listed on our system."

I furrowed my eyebrows as I looked directly at the lady inside the both.

"I - I'm sorry? What do you mean my ID name doesn't matched on your system?"

"Yes Ma'am. Are you sure you're still with the name Davis?"

I was taken aback with her question.

"Y-Yes. I don't remember changing my name for the past three years."

That's true because even after our wedding I didn't register myself as Wilsons here, so that means I am still Davis on their system.

"Can you please check it again? I have some other IDs here, if you want you can check the details." I said giving her my other IDs.

But after three minutes, she gave me back all of it including all the papers I submitted to her earlier, while she's shaking her head.

"I'm really sorry Ma'am, but you're no longer listed as Davis on our system."

"W-What?"

"We can't process your documents with the IDs you have right now. But if you want Ma'am, you can go back anytime and present your ID with the name Wilsons."

My jaws dropped with the name she mentioned.

-'This is impossible!'-

"W-What did you say.. W-Wilsons?" I was sweating all of a sudden.

"Yes Ma'am, Wilsons. You're still registered as Madielyn Davis-Wilsons.."

"A-Are you sure-----"

I didn't finish my question when she turned the computer screen to show me the details listed on it. And it'

me. And I hold my breath when Gabriel walked towards the kitchen door but stopped right in front of me.

"You're going to find me one day, Madi. You will come to me and ask me some questions that no one will give you the right and exact answers, except me."

He said with a familiar devilish smirk written on his lips. And I gulped when he cupped my face in very quick movement.

"But always remember, there's only two place where you can find me. I'll be waiting." he said lastly before he turned his back away from us.

And I let out those heavy breath that I don't know I was holding when he's still in front of me.

"Whoah! That was intense!" Martin also let out a sigh.

"Huh?" I asked him confused with what he said.

"Intense. That was so intense facing your ex-husband!"

I blinked my eyes repeatedly as my mouth hanged-open.

"Y-You know him?"

And he chuckled at me."Madi! You forget, Babe?"

"Forget what?"

"I was born and lived in Chicago before. Who doesn't know the famous Gabriel Wilsons, who owned the almost 60% of business state in Chicago? Come on, Madi!"

"But why didn't you tell me you know him earlier?"

"Ops! wrong question babe! Why didn't YOU tell me, that your ex-husband was the famous 'devil' of the business industry in the whole state of Illinois?"

"I - I thought you know?"

"Yeah, I discovered earlier when I came back from the repair shop." he shrugged and walked towards the personal ref we have in the kitchen. He take the pitcher of apple juice inside.

"But how did you know that he's my ex-husband?" I asked him while giving him a glass I get from the drawer.

"It's so simple, babe. Based on his intense stares with you and the tiger-looking glared I got from him when I called you 'babe' and kissed you earlier inside the shop." he suddenly chuckled. "Priceless, Madi! I swear if his looks could kill, you're going to dig six feet under the ground just to see me again." he added laughing while shaking his head.

And I just found myself laughing together with him. I am so thankful that God gave me friends such as Martin and some of my friends before. That despite of fate gave me pain and countless heartbreaks, God still blessed me with friends like them. Friends who remained friends and stayed beside me, loyal and true people after all of what happened.

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