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   Chapter 383 It's My Fault

Gossip Ex-wife By Sugar Characters: 10799

Updated: 2020-05-04 00:36


"No need to say!" Jeffery suddenly interrupted her.

Zoe frowned and looked at Jeffery in a daze. She didn't expect that he would refuse. It was a win-win result. Not only could Jeffery get the complete trust of his father John, but also could make Jeremy lose to him.

However, after talking so much nonsense, Jeffery didn't even consider it at all!

Zoe opened her mouth and wanted to say something. Maybe she could make Jeffery change his mind.

When she was about to say something, she suddenly heard Jeffery shout angrily, "Get out!"

Zoe was taken aback, trembling and looking at him with her eyes wide open.

Jeffery didn't look at her anymore, but his eyes were cold. His face looked a little red because of his anger just now, but Zoe didn't dare to say anything more.

She stared at Jeffery blankly and bit the bullet, "Don't you really think about it?"

"Don't let me say it a second time!" Jeffery said coldly.

Zoe's heart sank. She pursed her lips, turned around and was about to leave. Before leaving, she said, "You'd better think about it again. After all, this is a hard won good opportunity!"

Jeffery didn't say anything. Glancing at his leg, Zoe smiled meaningfully and said, "Since your leg is broken, don't waste such a good opportunity!"

As soon as she finished her words, she walked out of the room immediately, as if she was afraid of being discovered and Jeffery would go crazy again.

Lying on the bed, Jeffery thought of what Zoe had just said. Was she telling the truth? Was his leg really going to be disabled?

Zoe's request was indeed very attractive, but Jeffery knew that she was not a good person. She must have done it for more than a few million!

Jeffery closed his eyes deeply and suddenly heard a sound at the door. He frowned and thought that Zoe had returned. When he was about to get angry, he suddenly heard a familiar footsteps.

When a person was very important to him, he could not help but remember her footsteps so clearly.

Jeffery opened his eyes and saw Sherry walking inside.

Sherry changed a dress and washed her face. The blood stains on her body had disappeared. As soon as she came in, she saw Jeffery looking at her.

Sherry opened her mouth in surprise, "You wake up?"

She didn't expect that the effect of the anesthetic would pass so soon. She called outside for a while before coming in.

Jeffery knew at a glance that Sherry didn't know that Zoe had come in.

It was good that she didn't know. Zoe always found fault with Sherry and made her unhappy.

"Yes." When Jeffery talked to her, his voice was very soft and his eyes were always with a faint smile.

The more he looked at her with such an expression, the more guilty and remorseful Sherry felt.

Biting her lips, she slowly moved to the bedside. She felt that every step she took was as heavy as lead. Her eyes dodged, and she didn't know how to face Jeffery.

Seeing that her eyes were a little swollen and her right cheek was red, Jeffery couldn't help but ask with concern, "Your face..."

He remembered that Sherry's face was not like this when this car accident happened before.

Thinking of what Zoe had just said, that John was scolding Sherry, Jeffery was

nding there, Jeffery raised his lips and asked.

Jeremy glanced at him, pursed his lips and said nothing.

Jeffery thought of the so-called "killing three birds with one stone" plan mentioned by Zoe. It seemed to be a good thing to defeat Jeremy.

Jeremy turned around and left, leaving Jeffery alone in the ward.

As soon as Jeremy left, Jeffery's eyes turned cold. He clenched his fists. He must revenge this time!

Sherry was waiting for the elevator when she heard steady footsteps coming from behind.

She had tried her best to forget it, but she even remembered the sound of his walking so clearly. Sherry breathed a long sigh of relief in her heart and did not turn around.

She felt that there seemed to be another person beside her, and she could also feel that Jeremy's eyes had been fixed on her face, but she still pretended to ignore it.

"Are you okay?" Jeremy opened his mouth, his voice was magnetic and full of concern.

"Not bad." It was rare that Sherry didn't argue with him. Although her tone was very cold, she finally answered.

Hearing this, Jeremy breathed a sigh of relief. He saw that the elevator had arrived and they went into it together.

A nurse pushed a cart in and instantly occupied a large area. Jeremy frowned and stood in front of Sherry to prevent the cart from touching her.

But the cart was against Jeremy's knees. It seemed that it was not a good thing.

"Does your face still hurt?" Looking at her, Jeremy suddenly reached out his hand and wanted to touch her cheek.

As if she got an electric shock, Sherry pushed his hand away and pretended as if nothing had happened, "It doesn't hurt anymore."

It hurt a lot at that time, but now she really didn't feel anything. She just knew that she should have been sorry for Jeffery. She deserved it.

"I apologize for what my father said to you." Said Jeremy.

They were very close. Sherry was not in the mood to care about these messy things, nor did she push Jeremy far away without saying a word as usual.

"You don't have to apologize. It's my fault." She said.

Frowning, Jeremy finally heard her say what happened yesterday.

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