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Falling For My “Disabled” Wife Novel Chapter 34

Chapter 34

Dillon’s eyes were fierce when he said the last words. And his words instantly pierced through Russell’s and Ursa’s hearts, making them shudder involuntarily. They didn’t know who Dillon was, and they just knew that his gaze looked so terrifying.

Seeing the couple bewildered, Dillon then softened his gaze and said, “I’ve delivered the message. Mr. Bourn, Mrs. Bourn, take care.” After speaking. Dillon turned around and left arrogantly.

Russell and Ursa exchanged a glance, still with lingering fear in their hearts.

“Who is this person and why is he so frightening?” Even the usually impolite Ursa found him somewhat alarming.

“I don’t know, but anyone around Roger must be extraordinary.” Russell breathed a sigh of relief, then turned and said, “Stop standing there, go quickly and get blood for our daughter!”

“Yes!” Ursa replied. They almost forgot the main task due to the scare.

Ursa quickly handed the item to the nurse.

Russell stood where he was alone, looking at Dillon’s departing figure, wiping off sweat. ‘It seemed that Sophie had changed a lot, he thought. With Roger backing her, they could no longer control her.

Time passed quickly. Sophie spent the afternoon rehabilitating with Roger’s support. She was noticeably anxious as she couldn’t rehabilitate in the morning. After taking only a ten–minute break midway, she resumed the exercises.

Roger was very patient, accompanying her tirelessly. Although he had only been with her for two days, her progress was remarkable.

Sophie couldn’t help but exclaim, “Having someone accompany my rehabilitation does indeed yield excellent results.”

Roger gently curved his lips, and compared to focusing on rehabilitation, he seemed to enjoy Sophie’s continuous touch on his arm.

After walking for a while, Sophie suddenly let go and said, “I’ve practiced enough. I want to try walking back to the sofa by myself. Is that okay?”

When he felt her hand letting go, Roger’s heart inexplicably felt lost, but he could only nod. “Sure. Be careful.” He agreed, but he still walked alongside her.

Sophie released her grip on the wall, wanting to try walking back to the sofa without relying on anyone, which was her goal for the day.



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Taking a deep breath, Sophie took the first step. The pain in her legs made her hold her breath, preventing herself from collapsing immediately.

“Are you okay?” Roger asked as he sensed her struggling breath.

“Yes…” she took a breath and replied, and her feet involuntarily took the second step. It was closer, another step closer. ‘Sophic, you can do it!” she thought.

Trying to boost her own morale, Sophie felt her legs stiffening, but she still forced herself to take another step. However, after just half a step, she lost her balance, and she suddenly fell toward the coffee table.

“Ah!” Sophie exclaimed. Knowing that she couldn’t dodge in time, she was sure to be scratched by the glass coffee table.

But at that moment, a strong arm caught her around the waist! Then, with a spin, he directly lifted her out of the danger zone and held her in his broad embrace.

“Are you okay?” Roger’s voice resounded in her ears.

Sophie, in shock, lifted her head to look at him. At that moment, his eyes seemed somewhat tense while looking at her. In that instant, her heart trembled slightly. She thought, ‘Can he see me? Otherwise, how could he accurately catch me when I was quite a distance from him?”

Caught in her gaze, Roger suddenly sensed something. His eyes instantly returned to their usual dullness, and he pretended to be surprised, saying, “It’s a good thing that I’ve been following behind you. What if I didn’t touch you and you got hurt?”

“You’ve been following me?” Sophie stared at him suspiciously. Her eyebrows furrowed.

Roger sensed her doubt, but his tone remained calm. “Yes. I can hear your breath and analyze your direction. So whenever you call, I reach out to help you.” His gaze shifted away from her, no longer looking at her.

Sophie, unwilling to give up, extended her hand and waved it in front of him. But she found that he had absolutely no reaction to her hand.

Sophie wondered if she was overly suspicious. But Roger saved her several times before: He could catch her with such precision every time.

“What are you thinking? Did you get hurt?” Roger asked in a gentle voice, interrupting her thoughts. Roger frowned deeply, seemingly quite nervous.

Sophie sighed. She thought perhaps it was because of her cry that he rushed over.

As a blind person, Roger could freely move around the house with such accuracy. He was indeed more exceptional and outstanding than an ordinary person. Sophie didn’t know what he couldn’t.


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Thinking of this, Sophie didn’t delve deeper. After all, if he could see, he would know that she wasn’t injured, and there was no need to be so nervous.

“Don’t worry. I’m not hurt. You saved me in time. Otherwise, I would have fallen onto the coffee table and got hurt.” She teased with a playful smile.

Roger’s expression, however, became serious, and he didn’t find it amusing. “Wait for me a moment. I’ll have someone remove the coffee table now.”

“What? There’s no need…” Sophie felt it was a bit exaggerated.

But Roger directly helped her to the sofa, saying, “Wait for me.”

“Roger…” Sophie wanted to stop him. But Roger had already gone out and called for Willard.

After a while, Willard brought two bodyguards upstairs and directly took away the glass coffee table. Aside from the coffee table, all the items that could potentially harm her, like vases and glass cups, were taken away and replaced with wooden ones.

After everything was taken away, Willard looked at Sophie sitting on the sofa and said, “Mrs. Sophie, I’ve removed the items. You don’t have to worry about getting hurt anymore.”

“Actually, I didn’t…” Sophie wanted to explain.

But with a glance at the gloomy Roger nearby, Willard understood everything. “I know. Mr. Roger is worried about you. Mrs. Sophie, you’re so fortunate. Mr. Roger has never cared so much about anyone. You’re the first.”

After speaking, Willard turned and walked out of the room. He really saw it. Since the first day they met, Roger treated Sophie differently. In the future, Willard must not treat Sophie lightly.

With everything removed, Sophie felt a bit embarrassed as she said to Roger, “It’s really not necessary to be so exaggerated.”

Roger calmly sat down beside her and said, “Anything related to your safety is not an exaggeration.”

He spoke calmly. But his words warmed Sophie’s heart.

Roger couldn’t see anything, but he was too good at speaking. What he said was heartwarming, yet very domineering. It made Sophie inexplicably happy.

But on the surface, Sophie couldn’t help but playfully tease, “You have such a sweet mouth. If your eyes were fine, you would definitely be a playboy.”

Roger heard her teasing tone and suddenly leaned toward her. “What? Are you scared I’ll leave once

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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