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My Pretty Sweetheart novel Chapter 636

I thought that people would let go of things, leaving the past in the past, but people differ from each other, and some just never learned to move on.

I was a little surprised that Nerissa had come to find me. Hendrix was very busy while I was also just starting to prepare for my postgraduate entrance exam.

The Roberts family had no qualms about her. The nanny informed me from the entrance of the study that Nerissa had arrived.

Once I came down from the initial surprise, I nodded and made my way downstairs.

It had been more than half a month since we last met. She was dressed formally. At the age of 40, her wrinkled face was already showing signs of aging.

Upon seeing me, she slowly took a sip of tea then looked at me, saying, "My brother and his wife had migrated two years ago, and I'm the only elder left in the Roberts family. Whatever it is, you and Hendrix were once married, but the divorce was considered amicable. You didn't take anything with you when you left, so whatever you want now, just say the word and we, the Roberts family, will do our best to meet your requests."

It was obvious that she was here to get rid of me.

I pursed my lips, only replying after a while, "Madam Roberts, are you trying to chase me out?"

She shook her head with a faint smile. "Of course not, I just think that regardless of what happened, you are still the official adopted daughter of the Reid family, and the biological daughter of the Moore family. Frankly, I'm just trying to be considerate of you from your perspective. You have such a brilliant background, it would be terrible if any rumors of you were to spread, no?"

Each word she spoke was out of her consideration for me from my point of view. Technically, I should be thankful towards her.


I got up. Since she had already put it this way, I didn't have any reason to continue staying here.

Looking at Nerissa, I smiled lightly and said with a calm chest, "Thank you for your guidance, Madam Roberts. You're right. I've divorced Hendrix, so I shouldn't be staying here so boldly. It's rather inappropriate."

After a pause, I continued, "Thank you for your kindness, Madam Roberts. I'll pack up my things in a while and leave immediately after."


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