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Falling For My “Disabled” Wife Novel Chapter 36

Chapter 36

Rebecca, at this point, couldn’t find words to say.

Even Emily, who usually didn’t care about anything, became nervous and quickly handed a glass of water, saying, “Mom, are you okay?”

Norman, seeing Rebecca in such a state, had to suppress his anger and asked, “How are you feeling? Should you go to the hospital?”

Rebecca had a heart condition, and everyone in the family knew about it.

As if not wanting everyone’s concern, Rebecca, supporting her weak body, shook her head weakly and said, “No, I’m fine… Norman, Thomas just came back. Don’t let my situation ruin your mood. You all eat. I’ll go upstairs and rest for a while.”

Norman sighed, showing impatience, and waved his hand. “Alright. Have a rest. Rebecca was already in such a state. Norman couldn’t say anything more to her.

Rebecca, feeling embarrassed, lowered her eyes and whispered to Humphrey, “Could you help me upstairs?”

“Sure. Apologetically looking at Norman, Damian, and Jasmine, Humphrey said, “Dad, Damian, Jasmine, I won’t be joining you for dinner tonight. I’ll take Rebecca upstairs first.”

Jasmine was full of resentment at this moment, but she couldn’t express her anger with a single word. She could only watch as Humphrey and Rebecca went upstairs.

Seeing her parents and–brother going upstairs, Emily, without saying a word, also followed.

Sophie, witnessing this exciting scene, couldn’t help but feel happy silently.

Rebecca was impressive. She managed to leave without a trace, escaping unscathed. The family of four didn’t stay to see Thomas bragging about himself. All of them left. Clearly, they didn’t want to see Jasmine stealing the spotlight.

The atmosphere remained awkward. Thomas, however, broke the silence and said, “Grandpa, I’m hungry. Let’s eat.” He cleverly avoided mentioning what Ronald had said, diverting everyone’s attention, and asked them to take their seats.

Sophie couldn’t help but smile playfully. Every member of the family had ulterior motives. It was quite amusing.

“Alright. Sit down quickly.” Norman immediately invited Thomas and Damian to sit, while Jasmine, wearing a gloomy expression, sat across from Damian.

Jasmine had prepared lots of dishes, planning to flaunt her son’s return. However, Rebecca


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unexpectedly took the whole family away. Jasmine suddenly lost the joy of showing off.

“Rebecca is really outrageous. She can’t even control her son. A perfectly good dinner has been ruined!” Jasmine complained.

Ronald even dared to mock Jasmine’s son, saying that Thomas only secured the collaboration using the identity of the vice president. It was simply too much.

Damian furrowed his brows and said, “Alright. Let’s cat. Don’t spoil the mood.”

Thomas cleverly avoided bringing up the topic. But Jasmine wouldn’t shut up.

Jasmine gritted her teeth and glared at Damian. Jasmine was very dissatisfied that when Humphrey and Rebecca spoke, Damian never said a word and only scolded her.

Noticing the unusual look in his mother’s eyes, Thomas quickly said to Jasmine, “Mom, you’ve prepared many dishes I like. Thank you for your efforts.”

Hearing her son’s gratitude, Jasmine immediately raised her chin, regaining a bit of her composure. “Oh, it’s no trouble. You haven’t been home for a while, and you must be uncomfortable with the food and living conditions abroad. You must be exhausted as well. I just wanted to treat you to something delicious.”

Jasmine took advantage of the opportunity to highlight the difficulties Thomas faced. While saying this, she even picked up a piece of food and handed it to him.

Norman also tacitly agreed with her words, saying to Thomas, “Your mom is right, Thomas. You’ve worked hard.”

Thomas smiled and shook his head. “It’s my pleasure to help the company.”

Sophie, no longer interested in their playacting, took the opportunity of their conversation to turn. to Roger. “There are so many delicious dishes today. Chicken wings, barbecue, oatmeal, pudding… What would you like to eat?”

Suggesting a few dishes that Roger might like, Sophie waited for his choice..

Roger smiled. “Chicken wings, and a bit of pudding.”

“Alright,” Sophie replied and sweetly smiled, helping Roger to the food.

Jasmine, who had been accompanying her son to enjoy Norman’s praises, didn’t notice that Sophie had been picking up dishes. When she came back to her mind, she realized that Thomas’s favorite chicken wings had been taken.

The anger she had been holding back seemed to have found an outlet. She couldn’t help but say to Daisy, “Rebecca can’t control her son, but Daisy, you used to be a refined young lady. You shouldn’t


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have trouble managing your son and daughter–in–law, right?”

Daisy, who had been quietly drinking her soup, was suddenly called out. She frowned and said, “Jasmine, what do you mean?” ‘Did I offend Jasmine somehow? Why the weird sarcasm?” Daisy thought.

Seeing Daisy still pretending to be innocent, Jasmine straightforwardly said, “What do I mean? Everyone at home knows that chicken wings are Thomas’s favorite dish. We’ve only chatted for a while, and the chicken wings are about to be eaten up!”

Jasmine’s words immediately drew everyone’s attention to Sophie and Roger.

Coincidentally, Sophie still had a chicken wing in her hand. She had just served three to Roger and took two for herself. With such a large plate of chicken wings, Jasmine exaggerated and said they were about to eat up the chicken wings.

Seeing Sophie’s stunned expression while eating chicken wings, Thomas couldn’t help but find it amusing. He casually teased, “It’s alright. If Sophie likes chicken wings, let her eat more. Willard, bring the chicken wings over to Roger and Sophie.”

This gesture seemed generous, but the servants‘ gazes at Sophie changed. It seemed as if she didn’t understand propriety, fighting over chicken wings with others.

Sophie simply put down the chicken wings, gracefully saying to Thomas, “No need. I probably don’t like chicken wings as much as Thomas does. He likes them to the point where the whole family has to yield to him. I wonder if Thomas was also quite possessive when he was a child. Jasmine still treats him like a child even now.”

Sophie was smiling, but her words were sharp. Actually, she was telling the truth. Everyone in the house knew that Thomas liked chicken wings because he used to be quite possessive when he was a child. As long as a plate of chicken wings was served, they all had to be his. Even his brothers. weren’t allowed to eat them.

As Thomas grew older, he became a bit better and stopped fighting over them, but Ronald and Roger developed habits and seldom ate chicken wings. If it weren’t for Sophie serving them to Roger today, Roger probably wouldn’t have eaten them.

The dining room suddenly fell silent, and Sophie couldn’t help but smile even more. “Why does Thomas have that expression? Could it be that I hit the nail on the head? I was just joking. There are so many wings left. We’re all over thirty years old. We should learn to share.”

With that, Sophie, with an elegant smile, picked up a chicken wing and took a bite.

Thomas’s smile was about to crack. Sophie’s words seemed to suggest that if he didn’t yield a little, he would be unjust to his age of over thirty. But if he did, it meant he was indeed too possessive when he was young. He thought Sophie was not simple.

Falling For My “Disabled” Wife Novel by Veronica Winifred

Falling For My “Disabled” Wife Novel by Veronica Winifred

Status: Ongoing Author: Artist: ,
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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