Login via

Life After Prison by Silencieux (PDF) novel Chapter 121

Chapter 121 

When Easton heard that, he panicked and hurriedly explained, “Jada, I swear to you, I’ve never tricked you or told you a lie before! My wife can bear witness too!” 

Lucy was just as afraid of offending the Stones, so she raised one hand and swore, “That’s right! He’s a nobody, and I know him very well. Their family didn’t have much money in the past, and I chose to be with Easton because I hated how poor Severin was. And he only got out of prison a few days ago!” 

When Jada saw that the two of them seemed to be telling the truth, she nodded and said, “Alright. I believe you. If that’s the case, then he only knew Henry and Larry within a couple of days. I don’t believe their relationship would be Since we have just met for a short time, I’m guessing their friendship doesn’t run too deep!” 

Victor shook his head. “That might not necessarily be the case. Look at how Larry treated him earlier. If we target Severin again, I don’t think Draco Hall will just let it slide!” 

Jada thought for a moment and smiled coldly as she said, “We might be afraid of Draco Hall, but there are certain second–tier families who don’t fear them!” 

Victor’s heart skipped a beat and he immediately asked, “Do you mean the Horsfields? And more specifically, Edward Horsfield?” 

Jada nodded with a wicked smile. “Easton once told me that Edward offered one and a half 

million dollars to the Shanahans as dowry for Diane. There’s only one explanation for his willingness to give such a large sum–Diane still holds an important place in his heart. If we want revenge, our only option is to pit Edward against Severin!” 

Her suggestion made Easton’s eyes light up. “You’re right! Why didn’t I think of that? Not even Draco Hall would dare to offend the Horsfields, and if Edward can help us kill Severin, wouldn’t that be considered revenge already? 

Victor pondered over the suggestion and gave his opinion. “That’s one way to do it, but Edward is an incredibly arrogant character, and he does things very recklessly too. Since he’s not a good person, it would serve you well to be more careful if you decide to get in touch with him.” 


The readers' comments on the novel: Life After Prison by Silencieux (PDF)