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Falling For My “Disabled” Wife Novel Chapter 32

Chapter 32

Sophie didn’t expect that Norman could grasp the key point of the matter. She initially didn’t intend to mention this matter, but in the end, she revealed the truth. “Actually, the Bourn family adopted me because my blood type matched Laura’s. For all these years, no matter how my–health is, I have to give her blood every month. What outsiders see is just the Bourn family’s kindness in raising me, but I believe I have a clear conscience toward the Bourn family.”

Sophie showed no signs of seeking sympathy. Instead, she appeared strong and proud.

Norman’s eyes gleamed with a touch of radiance. “The Bourn family is using your blood to save their daughter’s life. Providing you with a good life is only natural.”

Hearing Norman’s words, Roger couldn’t help but feel relieved. He knew Norman was a reasonable. person and naturally understood who was in the wrong.

Jasmine became anxious and said, “Norman! How can you protect her like this?”

Norman was not lenient toward them. Whoever made a mistake, Norman would be the first to reprimand. Jasmine wondered why he indulged Sophie.

Rebecca also showed some reluctance, but it wasn’t the time to speak up.

Sure enough, with a stern expression, Norman said, “Shut up! Just for the sake of quarreling with the younger generation, you’re disregarding right and wrong. Understand this clearly! Sophie is already a member of our family, and you all need to support her. Got it?”

Jasmine became flustered. “When did I disregard right and wrong? Norman, how can you label me like this? Neither of us was present at the time. Shouldn’t we hear both sides of the story? Sophie said that the Bourn family always asks her to give blood to Laura. Does she have any evidence?”

How cold Jasmine was! This kind of thing happening to Sophie was already tragic enough. Now she wanted evidence.

Roger’s face darkened, and he said directly, “Grandpa, Laura pushed me and injured me. Mrs. Bourn forced Sophie to give blood to Laura. Both Rebecca and I were present, right, Rebecca?”

Roger spoke coldly. His eyes were still lifeless, and he didn’t look at Rebecca.

Yet, Rebecca felt a sudden chill inexplicably. The situation wasn’t favorable to her, and she couldn’t afford to tell lies with wide–open eyes. Rebecca had to lower her head and say, “I was indeed present, and Mrs. Bourn did insist on having Sophie give blood to Laura, but Sophie refused.” She still wanted to emphasize Sophie’s indifference.

Unexpectedly, Norman, in a fit of anger, declared, “Sophie is already a member of the Nicholls family. How dare she ask Sophie to give blood to Laura? Dream on! Refusing was the right thing to do! Sophie, in the future, no matter who from the Bourn family asks for you, you are not allowed

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to meet them! Better not to return to such a family!”

If he had known about Sophie’s relationship with the Bourn family, Norman wouldn’t have agreed to let Roger and Sophie return to the Bourn family.

Surprisingly, Norman also defended her, and Sophie felt an indescribable warmth in her heart.

“Norman, are you going to cut ties with the Bourn family?” Jasmine was stunned. She thought, ‘Norman has always valued harmony. How could he easily fall out with one of the top ten families. like the Bourn family?

Norman replied, “What’s the point of maintaining ties? Waiting for them to use a lady with a blood. disease to get into the Nicholls family? No way!” He was already dissatisfied when they sent a paralyzed woman over. Fortunately, Sophie could still stand, but he would never accept a person with a genetic disease.

These words made Rebecca secretly relieved. Luckily, she had been clever before, exchanging Ronald for Roger. Otherwise, with Laura marrying into the family, her grandchildren might have been at risk of illness.

However, before she let go of her grudge completely, Norman gave her a cold look, saying, “You too. You’re already picking sides when you learn things. How can it be the fault of Roger and Sophic?”

Norman almost misunderstood Sophie and Roger because of her, and he couldn’t help but suspect that she had done it deliberately.

Rebecca quickly apologized, saying, “Norman, I was confused by the Bourn family. I only thought from the seniors‘ perspective and didn’t consider Sophie’s hardships. If I had known, I wouldn’t have agreed with Jasmine’s suggestion to let them go to the Bourn family.”

Rebecca shifted the blame to Jasmine and accused her.

Jasmine was bewildered. “What are you saying?” She had always been the one speaking, with Rebecca echoing her. She wondered why Rebecca didn’t support her today.

Rebecca gave her a nudge and quickly said, “Jasmine, don’t say anything more. Norman hasn’t blamed us. After all, we were well–intentioned.”

Jasmine glared at her, feeling slightly better and turning her gaze.

Sophie found this scene amusing. She had thought that the hot–tempered Jasmine would be the most difficult to deal with. Now she realized that Jasmine was just a tool. Rebecca was really good at manipulating people.

Norman, seeing Rebecca say this, could only scold them halfheartedly, “Since you have realized your mistakes, don’t give unnecessary suggestions! Don’t mention the matters of the Bourn family

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in the future! Sophie has married into the Nicholls family, and you all need to support her. Understand?”

With Norman’s admonition, Jasmine looked unconvinced. However, Jasmine thought, ‘Support her? She is more eloquent than me. Where does she need help?‘ But Rebecca pulled her, and she had to quickly agree, “Got it.”

Rebecca also nodded. “Okay.”

Norman finally relaxed his brow, then turned to Sophie and Roger, saying, “You’re tired too. Go rest. I’m going upstairs.”

“Okay,” Roger responded.

After Norman left, they didn’t want to linger. Roger directly pushed Sophie upstairs.

Jasmine couldn’t help spitting at their backs. She murmured, “I couldn’t believe that Norman asked. me to help that damn woman! Dream on! Sooner or later, I’ll personally kick her out of the house!” Sophie had never been pleasing to her. Jasmine thought the Nicholls family couldn’t tolerate her either.

Rebecca, on the other hand, secretly sighed in relief. She was glad that today’s crisis had passed. It would be good not to have any ties with the Bourn family in the future.

Once Roger and Sophie returned to their room, he poured her a glass of water.

Sitting on the sofa, Sophie took a sip of hot water and sighed. “Thank you for speaking up for met just now.” If Roger hadn’t spoken up for her, Norman probably wouldn’t have patiently listened to her explanation.

Roger frowned and said, “Didn’t we agree not to thank each other?”

  • Sophie paused and then replied, “I did agree not to thank you, but today I really want to thank you. sincerely for your support. Whether it’s in the Bourn family or the Nicholls family…” He had bee standing in front of her, accompanying her all the way. It felt really good.

Knowing that she sincerely wanted to express her gratitude, Roger slowly said, “No need to thank. You’ve also stood

up for me. We can be considered comrades, right?“.

Hearing him use this peculiar word, Sophie couldn’t help but laugh. “Comrades? Your choice of words is quite unique.”

Roger looked at her with a smile, and the corners of his mouth couldn’t help but lift. “Isn’t it?”

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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