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   Chapter 384 It's Not Her Fault

Head Over Heels By Man Yaorao Characters: 9453

Updated: 2020-05-07 00:34


As the cold winter passed, the warm spring came. Sometimes, time passed very fast. The breeze of May blew slowly.

In the cemetery, a slender figure slowly walked on the path with flowers in both hands. With a faint smile on her lips, Heidy came to a tombstone. Looking at the familiar figure in the photo, Heidy smiled and said, "Dad, I'm here to visit you."

Bending over, Heidy put the bouquet in front of the tombstone. Touching her father's photo gently, she smiled and said, "Father, how have you been these days? I haven't seen you for almost three months. I'm sorry. In fact, it's not that I don't want to see you these days. It's just that I haven't been in A city all the time. Now I'm finally back. I'll visit you more in the future. But dad must be very happy with mom accompanying you now."

In the past few months, Heidy had gone to a lot of places. She kept in mind what Marcus had said and was worried that she would really hurt Hearst. She went to visit those legendary hypnotists, but no one knew the exact answer.

In the past, Heidy had thought of returning to Hearst, but she was still worried that she would continue to hurt him before the half year deadline came. If that was the case, she would never forgive herself even if she died. Therefore, Heidy told herself that she would come to a conclusion after half a year. If there was nothing else, she had to come back to Hearst as soon as possible.

And before that, Heidy didn't allow herself to hurt Hearst. So hiding from him was the best solution. With the help of Noah, Hearst still couldn't find her whereabouts. But now, she decided to come back. After going to a lot of places, she missed A city a lot. So she decided to come back.

Sighing slightly, Heidy asked worriedly, "Father, I'm not only worried about whether I would hurt Hearst again after half a year has passed... But also afraid that Hearst didn't want me anymore. I hurt him so much before."

As soon as she returned to A City, Heidy heard that Hearst had been lying in the hospital for more than two months because of his last injury. He had just been discharged from the hospital a few days ago. It could be seen that this matter had a great impact on his health. Thinking of this, Heidy felt guilty.

At the thought of Hearst's face, Heidy felt a dull pain in her heart. She knew that she had hurt him both physically and mentally. Even if Hearst could forgive her, she couldn't forgive herself. How could she come back to him again? Thinking of this, Heidy smiled bitterly.

Withdrawing her negative emotions, Heidy said with a smile, "Dad, I don't want to be homeless anymore. I will stay in A city. Whether Hearst and I will be together or not in the future, this will always be my hometown, the place I am most familiar with."

Looking at the kind look of her fat

e that." Hearst blamed him. "I never blame her for hurting me, because I know she didn't mean it. Gavin, you can't do this next time, okay?"

Gavin's face darkened and said firmly, "I hate her."

In the past few months, Gavin had never mentioned Heidy. Even if Hearst wanted to have a good talk with Gavin, he wouldn't listen to him. In his heart, it was difficult to change his mind since he had believed that Heidy abandoned him.

Holding his hand, Hearst said seriously, "Gavin, no matter what Heidy has done to us or left us, she will always be my wife and your mother. I don't want to hear such words from you in the future, understand? I've told you to be filial since you were a child. When you learn, you have to put it into practice."

Gavin didn't respond. Obviously, he didn't want to listen to Hearst. Turning around, Gavin went straight to the tombstone in silence. Seeing his back, Hearst frowned with a serious look on his face. It seemed that there was a serious gap between Heidy and Gavin. Thinking of this, Hearst looked worried.

Heidy walked forward quickly and fell heavily to the ground in panic. A pain came from her palm and she sat on the ground, staring blankly ahead with her empty eyes. Tears fell quietly on the ground.

The expression of Gavin and his words just now appeared in her mind. Heidy bit her lips tightly. When she left last time, she knew that Gavin had a problem with her. But when she saw his eyes just now, she realized that it was more difficult to accept the fact that her child to hate her than she had imagined.

Sitting on the ground, Heidy crossed her arms over her knees and murmured, "I'm sorry, Gavin..."

After sitting there for a long time, Heidy struggled to stand up, looked at the road down the mountain and walked slowly. This was her own choice. No matter how difficult it was, she had to be strong and go on.

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