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Falling For My “Disabled” Wife Novel Chapter 13

Chapter 13

Damian quickly bowed his head upon being reprimanded by Norman. “It’s my fault, Dad. I’m sorry it upset you. Please don’t be angry.”

When she saw her husband being scolded, Jasmine immediately became anxious. “Norman! Why are you blaming Damian? It’s those two young ones…”

“Shut up!” Before Jasmine could finish, Damian interrupted, “Why are you making a fuss so early in the morning? Don’t you know Dad cares most about keeping the peace in the morning? A good day begins with a good morning! Your shouts may have spoiled the whole day! Hurry up and shut up!”

Damian knew too well about his father’s beliefs. Every morning, the Nicholls family had to maintain their peace, with no arguments or disputes allowed, striving for a good start to the day.

However, Jasmine had shattered the peace early in the morning, making a din. Who else would Norman blame other than her? Whatever reason it was did not matter anymore. They needed to apologize to Norman immediately to appease his mood. Otherwise, Damian would also be implicated.

After being scolded by her husband, Jasmine felt even more aggrieved. However, seeing that Damian was genuinely angry, his eyes glaring at her with authority, Jasmine could only stare furiously at Sophie and Roger. Jasmine forced herself to apologize to Norman, “Norman, it’s my fault… I shouldn’t have shouted. Please forgive me.”

Jasmine’s words were forced and insincere. She apologized merely because Damian made her. However, seeing that Norman was genuinely angry, Sophie refrained from saying anything, not wanting to infuriate Norman further.

Norman shot Jasmine an icy glance and responded coldly, “You shouldn’t be apologizing to me.”

Jasmine was taken aback momentarily, seemingly not understanding what Norman meant.

Damian gritted his teeth and immediately reminded Jasmine, “What were you just talking to Roger about just now? Apologize to him quickly.”

Jasmine’s face darkened instantly, “You want me to apologize to him? Why?” ‘It had been the two of them who were rude to me, so why should I apologize?” she thought.”

Seeing Jasmine’s unwillingness, Norman’s gaze turned cold. “Why? Because Roger is my grandson! Everything he eats and uses is provided by me! You are an outsider and don’t have the right to order him around. Instead of talking about him, you should reflect on yourself and consider where

food and necessities come from!”


Everything that Jasmine ate and used came from the Nicholls family. She relied on the Nicholls‘ influence to get her way. ‘Does all that make her think she is someone important? How dare


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Jasmine raise her voice at my grandson!‘ Norman thought.

Norman’s chastisement made Jasmine’s face turn pale at once. She felt as though she had been humiliated before the younger generation.

Jasmine had indeed done nothing at home except boss everyone around. However, her husband had been managing the company all along, overseeing the entire family. Jasmine included herself in her husband’s contribution and thought they should listen to her and do everything she said. How could Norman humiliate her after Roger married the cripple?

Seeing that Jasmine finally became subdued, Norman turned to Roger and Sophie. “You don’t need to leave. Stay for breakfast.” After saying that, Norman ignored Jasmine and allowed the butler to help him to the head of the table, where he sat down.

Seeing this, Sophie and Roger returned to the table, slowly taking their seats.

them, Jasmine couldn’t help but feel resentful. However, with Norman present, Jasmine didn’t dare to say another word and could only glare at Sophie. ‘Fucking cripple. Let’s wait and see!” Jasmine thought furiously. She wouldn’t allow herself to be bullied by a cripple. She would deal with Sophie today.

Seeing Norman show such favoritism to the two or


The atmosphere at breakfast was strange. Although Norman defended Roger and Sophie, he didn’t much to them during the meal. Everyone dared not speak much as they sensed Norman’s dark mood and only ate silently.

Unable to bear the tension in the room, Sophie quietly continued to serve Roger food, occasionally lowering her voice to say, “The scrambled eggs today are delicious. Try it.”

“Okay.” Roger seemed not to perceive the tension, cooperating with Sophic.

The two of them continued to interact, speaking in hushed tones, seemingly unaffected. Norman remained silent throughout. The others didn’t dare to say much and continued eating.

When breakfast was over, Sophie and Roger returned to their room.

Sophie sighed. “It might be better if I eat in the room in the future. Your Aunt Jasmine seems to regard me as a thorn in her eye.” Jasmine didn’t win in the argument just now. Sophie was afraid that when they met again, things might get even worse.

Roger was not biased toward his Aunt Jasmine. He calmly replied, “She has been too arrogant at home for too long. It’s time for her to learn a lesson.”

As Jasmine didn’t criticize his mother, Roger was willing to overlook her behavior. However, Jasmine was a bit unperceptive. She even dared to bully his woman.

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Sophie heard Roger’s words and inexplicably felt a chill down her spine. However, when Roger turned around to hand her a cup of water, Sophie didn’t see any emotions in his eyes. She wondered, ‘Am I overthinking again?‘ Sophie responded, “I really can’t be bothered to deal with her. Unfortunately, she always comes looking for trouble.”

Roger raised his eyebrows and looked at Sophie with a hint of playfulness. “If Aunt Jasmine causes trouble again, don’t hold back. Teach her a lesson.”

Sophie detected a hint of gloating in his words. “You seem to hope I’ll deal with your Aunt Jasmine?”

It appeared that Daisy and Roger were indeed not treated well by Jasmine at home. Otherwise, why would they so eagerly wish for her to discipline her? It seemed that Roger was slightly dependent. on her. Sophie inexplicably felt a sense of pride. The feeling of being relied upon is not bad at all.

Little did Sophie know, Roger just wanted to see how capable Sophie was. Regardless of whether Sophie could handle Jasmine or not, he would protect her.

“Don’t worry. If there’s a chance, I’ll help you settle the score and make you happy.” Sophie smiled as she gazed at Roger, determined to stand up for him.

Roger didn’t expect Sophie to take on Jasmine for his sake, and he felt strangely moved. No one in this family had thought of him before. Despite knowing him for only two days, Sophie cared more about him than anyone else. This feeling warmed Roger’s otherwise cold heart.

“What are you thinking?” Sophie asked. Was Roger staring at her blankly? If Sophie didn’t know Roger was blind, she might have suspected he was looking at her.

Roger snapped out of his thoughts and slowly averted his gaze. “I was just thinking that it feels nice to be defended by someone.”

Roger’s gaze shifted to the window, and Sophie could only see his profile. However, Sophie sensed a hint of tenderness and warmth in his tone.

Sophie fell silent. She felt the same despite being at his home for two days. “Perhaps it’s destined that we’re a family.” Because they were both disabled and had similar experiences, they couldn’t help but sympathize with each other.

“You’re right.” Roger didn’t refute her. His gaze seemed to deepen.

Falling For My “Disabled” Wife Novel by Veronica Winifred

Falling For My “Disabled” Wife Novel by Veronica Winifred

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Falling For My “Disabled” Wife by Veronica Winifred” Sophie Bourn finally managed to escape from the Bourn family. However, she never expected that it would be in the way of a marriage as a stand-in bride. It was all because Laura, the biological daughter of her foster parents, did not want to marry a blind man. Therefore, Sophie’s foster mother forced her to leave the Bourn family and take Laura’s place. To outsiders, Sophie seemed like a disabled girl who could only live in a wheelchair, but little did they know that Sophie was skilled in medicine and had long since cured her legs.Roger Nicholls was a pampered and privileged young man from a wealthy family, yet he was “blind.” At the arrangement of his family, he was forced to marry Miss Bourn, who was also disabled. After they got married, Sophie gradually found out that her “blind” husband was a bit strange. He couldn’t see anything but would ask her to close the door when she showered. When she got hurt, he would help her immediately. Could it all be a coincidence? It wasn’t until one day, when Sophie was almost killed and he came to her rescue, that Sophie realized he wasn’t actually blind.


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