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   Chapter 32 Just Like A Thunderbolt Out Of A Clear Sky.

Lose My Heart To My Ex-wife By Ta Shuo Characters: 7537

Updated: 2020-06-22 00:02


So she couldn't make Sara angry now, Alice thought to herself.

Noticing the attitude of Jacob and Alice, Sara couldn't help sneering. When they had a request from him, they would no longer argue with her and keep silent.

"Why do you look so pale?" Jacob frowned and looked up at Sara.

"It's my own business." Sara resolutely refused.

"You represent my prestige today." Jacob raised his voice. It was obvious that he cared about her, but she was ungrateful.

"Since you've already been humiliated like this, are you afraid of losing more face?" Sara snorted. He always emphasized his own prestige, the interests of the company, and never cared about her own feelings. She didn't need to regret to leave such a person.

Jacob was speechless. Why did the good conversation end up with gunpowder smell every time?

After dinner, Sara followed Jacob to the garage.

Seeing that Sara was about to drive, Jacob said angrily, "are you in a hurry to disassociate yourself from me?"

Sara said coldly, as if she was in a fit of pique. "I don't like the car that other woman have taken. It's dirty."

"You! Don't go too far, Sara. " Hearing what Sara said, Jacob was completely irritated. When did this beautiful woman in front of him become such a dissatisfied woman?

"I'm flattered." Sara opened the car door. She didn't want to share a room with Jacob. It was not because she hated Jacob, but because she was afraid that she would panic if he discussed with her later. If she put all the blame on herself, she didn't know if she would breakdown and tell them the truth.

She couldn't bet. She didn't want to know Jacob's choice so early. Did she have to listen to him making up stories and help Alice and him out?

It hurt Sara like a needle pricking her temple. No one had made Sara so panic, and Jacob was the first one. He was probably the last one. It was enough for her to meet Jacob who brought misfortune to her in her life. She didn't want to meet anyone else.

After Sara drove out, Jacob saw her driving without looking back or even saying a word to him. He felt bad. He didn't expect that Sara would be unwilling to go to the company with him. How ironic!

Jacob opened the car door and followed closely behind Sara. The di

om.

Stunned, Sara didn't know what was going on. Everyone left. Michael's order had a great influence. After all, the company was founded by him. No one dared to say anything more if he had the order. Jonathan was so angry that he wanted to slam the door, but he didn't dare to lose his temper in front of Michael.

Jacob sent everyone away and was about to go out.

"Wait a minute. What did you say to Michael?" Sara's eyes were filled with complexity.

"I told him Alice is pregnant. He likes children and wants to have grandchildren. So it's a good reason." Jacob was emotionless when he said it, as if he was describing something that had nothing to do with him.

"Pregnant..." Sara felt dizzy. She had been married for 4 years, but she didn't kids. As a result. How was Alice so quickly? Jacob didn't explain the truth of her pregnancy. Was she really pregnant?

It was just like a bolt from the blue. Jacob told Michael that Alice was pregnant with his child who was the hope of the Shi clan.

"So we have announced that we divorced?" Sara sneered. Her heart was bleeding, and she couldn't show it to him.

"No. We can't announce it now. I just said that I divorced you, but I didn't say that I would marry Alice. The image of the company is very important. I will avoid to appear in public with Alice in the future. And you, I also hope that you can pay attention to your identity. Don't be impatient before our divorce is announced to the public. " Jacob's tone was irrefutable.

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