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Falling For My “Disabled” Wife Novel Chapter 19

Chapter 19

A bitter smile flashed across Sophie’s face. She felt an indescribable emotion in her heart. Though they were both daughters of the Dawson family, fate treated them differently. The one raised in the Dawson family had more choices, while Sophie could only be forcibly sent to the Nicholls family.

Without this marriage alliance, Sophie might have to spend the rest of her life confined in the Bourn family, being nothing more than a blood supplier to Laura. Thinking about it this way, Sophie found some consolation. This unknown sister had, in a way, saved her life. Sophie asked calmly, “The Dawson family… only has one daughter?”

Roger nodded without hesitation. “Only one. Clifford has three sons and nine grandsons, but only one granddaughter. Since her birth, she has been cherished by Clifford, seen as the apple of his eye. None of the nine grandsons receive as much favor as she does. She is truly the darling of the Dawson family.”

Upon hearing that, Sophie furrowed her brows. “Only granddaughter? How old is she?”

Roger sensed that Sophie was interested in the woman, and his grin grew wider. “Probably about the same age as you. According to rumors, when she was born, there was a fire in the hospital that day. Several children died in the fire, but the daughter was saved by a nurse. Since then, Marcus and his wife have cherished her deeply. For her birthday this year, they even named a planet after

her.”

For some reason, Roger seemed to know a lot about the Dawson family heiress. His detailed knowledge made Sophie’s heart feel heavier. She thought, ‘A fire…‘

When Sophie was at the orphanage, the director mentioned that she and several children were sent to the orphanage after losing their families in a hospital fire. Sophie was sure she was present on

the scene of that fire.

Given that Sophie and the daughter of the Dawson family were of the same age, could they be twins? The more Sophie thought about it, the more absurd it seemed. Sophie’s head was about to explode. She couldn’t help but blurt out, “Did Mrs. Dawson give birth to twins that year?”

Roger was taken aback. “Why did you ask this?”

Sophie realized she might have asked too much. Moreover, this should be the Dawson family’s private matter, something unknown to the public. “Nothing. It’s just pure curiosity. I’m making conversation…” Sophie tried to cover up her uneasiness, silently relieved that Roger couldn’t see her. Otherwise, he might notice her anxiety.

“Alright,” Roger responded.

Sophie thought he wouldn’t answer, but after a moment, Roger said again, “If they were twins, how could there be only one daughter? The Dawson family cherishes their children. If there were two,

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they would have both been raised as the jewels of the family.”

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With that, Sophie suddenly understood. If Marcus’s wife had indeed given birth to two children, and one went missing or died in the fire, she would undoubtedly be heartbroken. Such an incident would not have gone unnoticed by the public. Therefore, the only possibility left was that she only gave birth to one daughter. That child was Sophic.

However, Sophie had been mistakenly identified as an orphan and sent to the orphanage, while the other child, mistakenly believed to be Sophie, was returned to the Dawson family.

Suddenly, all the pieces of the puzzle fell into place. This could explain why the Dawson family had not been looking for Sophie all these years. They didn’t even know they had lost their daughter. It was the only logical explanation. Realizing this, Sophie’s eyes filled with excitement.

Roger’s eyes remained unfocused, seemingly looking straight ahead, as if he couldn’t see everything. Yet, somehow, everything was within his control.

They chatted casually for a while before returning to rest. Roger helped her back to bed, then went to his study to sleep.

Unable to contain her curiosity, Sophie used Google to search for information about all the members of the Dawson family, especially the person who had spent the past twenty–two years as her substitute.

For Sophie, the night was destined to be a sleepless one.

The next day, Roger pushed Sophie downstairs for breakfast. While waiting for the elevator, she couldn’t help yawning.

Roger couldn’t resist asking, “Didn’t you sleep well last night?”

Sophie tried anxiously to conceal herself. “No.., it’s fine…”

God knew Sophie hadn’t slept at all last night. Her mind was filled with images of the Dawson family’s daughter and her experiences over the years.

She had grown up in a prestigious family from a young age and, being highly favored, was almost unaware of the hardships of life. Most of the information Sophie found depicted a life of wearing designer clothes, attending various events with celebrities, participating in celebrity weddings, and traveling to famous places.

It was supposed to be Sophie’s life, but due to her mistaken identity and being raised in an orphanage since childhood, Sophie endured hardships while the Dawson family was completely unaware of her existence. If Sophie hadn’t persisted in searching for her parents, perhaps the Dawson family would never have known the truth.

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To say that Sophie wasn’t disappointed or sad would be a lie. She felt a sense of inferiority now. ‘Can the Dawson family accept me in my current pathetic state? Or should I refrain from disturbing their lives?‘ Sophie wondered.

Roger observed her deep thoughts and said in a low voice, “You seem to have something on your

mind.”

There was a heavy burden in Sophie’s heart at the moment. Hearing the concern in Roger’s voice, Sophie couldn’t help but clench her hands and choked out, “I… recently found the people I’ve always dreamed of meeting. But now, I’ve learned that they’re living well… they don’t even know of my existence. I’m not sure if I should disturb them… especially with my current condition…” The last bit was difficult for her to say, and Sophie’s heart hurt.

Sophie did not want to give up returning to her parents, but she was afraid that her parents and family wouldn’t be able to accept her in her current state, and the thought of being rejected or even resented terrified her.

Roger’s eyes darkened. He hadn’t expected Sophie to have such thoughts.

There was a soft ding. The elevator doors opened. Roger silently pushed Sophie into the elevator.

As the doors closed, Roger said in a low voice to her, “You are fine the way you are now. I like you as you are.”

I like you… Those words struck her instantly. Sophie had never experienced being liked by

someone.

The director of the orphanage had to care for many children, and after being adopted, her foster parents used only coercion and temptation. Her foster sister and grandmother had always shown extreme aversion toward her. No one had ever liked her. But at this moment, in her most pathetic state, Roger said that he liked her.

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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