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Impulsive Vow to an Enigmatic Husband novel Chapter 1287

Cornelia had always anticipated this day; she just didn't expect it to come so fast, catching her off guard.

Her relationship with Granny Luisa was maintained only because of Marcus.

After her divorce from Marcus, she lost the reason to keep her relationship with Granny Luisa, and it was just a matter of time before it got affected.

Ultimately, she realized that the responsibility fell solely on her shoulders.

Knowing things were heading south, she should have been emotionally prepared, but she wasn't.

When it finally struck her, it hurt like nothing else she had felt before.

Cornelia subconsciously rubbed her stomach, staring blankly out the window.

To her surprise, she saw a big sign saying, "For Sale." And that house was right across from her balcony.

Just a few days ago, there was no sale notice; now it was suddenly up for grabs.

In a flash, Cornelia felt like she heard something shattering, the sharp pain spreading quickly throughout her body, "Granny Luisa, it's killing me. Granny Luisa..."

However, Cornelia wouldn't allow herself to wallow. She kept telling herself over and over, just like she did many times in the past month since her divorce, "It's okay, it's okay. You guys are divorced. It’s only natural for Marcus to sell his house.

Cornelia, you can't be upset! You can't be upset! You no longer have Granny Luisa. She’s gone; you have to be strong! Got it?”

But just like many times before, no matter how much she tried to soothe herself, it couldn't alleviate the pain that was almost choking her.

It was only a few days ago that Cornelia discovered the house right across her balcony was Marcus's.

The house was filled with memories of her and Marcus, but now it had a "For Sale" sign plastered on it.

Once the house was sold, all the memories of their time there would be completely erased.

Was Marcus trying to tell her in such a definitive way that he had already forgotten about her?

Cornelia wanted to laugh, but she couldn't.


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