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Falling For My “Disabled” Wife Novel Chapter 30

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In the departing car, Sophie finally understood what Roger meant. “You’re right,” she said. “They really can’t keep these gifts. With the relationship between the two families broken, there was naturally no need to leave the gifts behind.

Sophie thought, ‘Rebecca doesn’t want to take them back because she doesn’t want to lose face. I don’t care about dignity. I’ll return the gifts, exchange them for money, and buy something to compensate myself.

Roger coldly replied, “They don’t deserve the gifts.” He thought, “There’s no need to give any benefits to those who bully Sophie‘

“If Rebecca knew, she would definitely be furious,” Sophie said. Now that they brought the items back, Rebecca would surely be displeased due to losing face.

Just don’t let her find out, and everything will be fine,” Roger said with a playful expression. “If Aunt Rebecca hadn’t changed her mind, you wouldn’t have married into the Nicholls family. Consider the gifts as compensation from her.”

Sophie did not expect Roger to have such a clear understanding of the situation. She could not help but smile faintly. “You’re right,” she said. “Help me return these things then. After that, we’ll go have a hearty meal.”

“Sure, Roger replied with a faint smile. He then instructed Dillon to go to Commerce Street.

An hour later, Dillon helped them return all the items. Sophie was in a great mood. She decided to go to have a hearty meal with the money in hand.

Soon, with Dillon’s recommendation, the two of them arrived at a newly opened foreign–cuisine.

restaurant

Dillon helped Sophie take the wheelchair out of the car. Once she was seated, Roger reached out and held onto the wheelchair.

Sophie thoughtfully said, “You’re not familiar with this place. Let Dillon wheel me.”

Roger smiled faintly and said, “There’s only one Dillon. He can’t possibly send you in and then come back to lead me, right?”

Sophie was at a loss for words. She was left speechless immediately. “That’s true,’ she thought. ‘Roger can’t see. It’ll be inconvenient for Roger if Dillon wheels me!

“I’ll wheel you, and Dillon can show the way,” Roger said as he smiled.

“Alright,” Sophie said. “Thank you….” She felt a bit regretful at this moment, thinking, ‘If I had

known, I wouldn’t have come out to eat. The two of us are so awkward.

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Fortunately, Roger smoothly wheeled her inside. Dillon merely offered reminders from time to time as needed. They smoothly took the elevator, arrived at their table, and took their seats.

After sitting down, Sophie took the menu and began reading it aloud for Roger.

“Decide what you’d like to eat, Sophie said. Fortunately, the menu was not extensive. After reading. it, she immediately asked Roger what he would like to eat.

Roger calmly ordered a steak and a salad.

Sophie lifted her eyebrows and asked, “Just ordering this little?”

Roger playfully looked straight ahead and said, “I don’t have any particular cravings. You can order more, and I can taste them.”

Sophie looked into his unfocused gaze and speculated that he probably rarely dined out for foreign cuisine. She thought, ‘Since he can’t see, he probably eats whatever that other people order. It’s okay. I’ll just order a bit more for him to taste.

“Alright,” Sophie said. “I’ll order a bit more.” Saying that, Sophie almost ordered a bit of everything from the waiter.

Dillon watched from the side. He could not help but find Sophie somewhat willful. ‘Is there really a need to order a bit of everything?‘ he thought.

It was not until the dishes arrived and Sophie served a bit of each dish to Roger to let him taste first that Dillon realized that Sophie ordered those dishes for Roger.

“There you go,” Sophie said. “Try this.” Knowing it was inconvenient for him as he could not see, she simply forked a piece of steak and fed it to him.

“Thank you,” he said, seemingly not at all hesitant as he opened his mouth.

Dillon, however, blushed a bit while watching from the side. He thought, I’ve worked for Mr. Roger for seven years, and I’ve never seen him being fed by a woman! This is clearly a public display of affection!”

Uncomfortable continuing to watch from the side, Dillon quickly went downstairs. Sophie did not mind at all. She even carefully cut the steak belonging to Roger.

While Roger ate his own steak, he tasted the food fed to him by Sophie from time to time.

Sitting across from each other, with no visible signs of one being blind and the other being disabled, the two of them appeared surprisingly well–matched.

Quite a few people sneaked a sidelong glance at their affectionate looks.

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Unexpectedly, the elevator door opened a short while later. A tall man, surrounded by several people, walked out. As Roger and Sophie were not far away, the man was clearly stunned for a moment when he saw them.

Sophie also sensed a hint of gaze. She instinctively turned her head. Then, she saw an imposing man standing at 5.9 feet. Dressed in a gray suit, he wore gold–rimmed glasses, giving off the vibe of someone who appeared well–mannered on the surface but had a darker side to his character. But for some reason, the glasses he was wearing resembled those of Roger’s.

While Sophie was still pondering, the man finished explaining something to the others and walked over on his own. After glancing at Sophie, he smiled and said to Roger, “Roger, you rarely dine out. How come you have the time to come to a foreign–cuisine restaurant today?”

Upon hearing the man’s voice, Roger, with his eyes still staring straight ahead, coldly replied, Thomas, I didn’t expect to run into you here.”

This form of address immediately made Sophie aware of the man’s identity. It turned out that he was Thomas Nicholls, who was the most outstanding son in Damian’s family.

It was said that he joined the company before graduating from college. Since then, he had been managing the company alongside his father. At a young age, he assumed the position of vice president, earning great prestige within the company. In Habourland, Thomas was also a well- known figure. Almost every family wanted to marry off their daughters to him.

At this moment, Thomas’s gaze fell back on Sophie. He said, “I should be the one surprised to meet you here. This must be Sophie, right?”

Although Thomas did not return home during this period, he had heard about Roger’s marriage. Hearing that the Bourn family married off another daughter who was disabled to Roger, he thought Roger was done for in this lifetime. But to his surprise, Sophie had pretty good looks. Besides, seeing her feeding Roger just how, she turned out to be an unexpectedly thoughtful beauty.

“Hello, Thomas,” Sophie said. Feeling a bit uncomfortable under Thomas’s scrutiny, Sophie greeted. him somewhat distantly.

Thomas did not mind. “You are truly considerate toward Roger, so I’m at ease,” he said. “I merely come over to say hello. Carry on with your meal. I still have to keep my tlients company over there. The rest, we’ll talk about it when I get home.”

“Oh, sure,” Sophie said. She mocked inwardly, ‘Since you’re so busy, why bother coming over to say hello?”

Thomas no longer said anything. He turned around and left.

Sophie could not help but purse her lips. “I didn’t ask him to come and say hello,” she said.

Roger coldly said, “That’s the way he is. In front of outsiders, he wants to do everything thoroughly

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well.”

Sophie could not help but smile. “Wouldn’t such a person be exhausted then?” she said.

“He enjoys doing that, so he won’t be exhausted,” Roger said as he curled his lips mischiev

Sophie could not help but smile. She found Roger and his brothers to be quite interesting.

“There you go,” Sophie said. “Let’s continue enjoying the delicious food. Saying that, Sophie fed. Roger another spoonful of pudding.

Roger ate without hesitation.

Little did they know that Thomas had been watching them coldly from a distance. He thought, ‘Roger has been gloomy at home for so many years, and he has never shown such a happy expression. This woman is really something.

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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