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Second Marriage to Mr. Rich Chapter 93

Chapter 93

Angeline’s heart raced.

“No! We can’t get married! The others view us as relatives. What would our marriage certificate mean? And what about the child? Do you want the child to grow up under constant scrutiny?”

Angeline’s emotions escalated before Sean could answer.

“Or do you want to announce to everyone that we’re unrelated? Then… What if information about my mom gets out? How would the Lawsons handle that? How would my mom handle it? No! I can’t agree to this!”

Besides, Sean was the Lawsons‘ future heir. Robert would undoubtedly find a suitable wife for him. She thought it impossible for her to have a relationship with Sean and the Lawsons.

“And… and…”

Angeline lifted her head, her eyes red from crying. She met Sean’s gaze.

“My mom and dad… Those images keep replaying in my head. I’m scared! I never grew up in a normal family, nor did I ever receive parental love. I don’t want my child to suffer the same hardships I did.”


Angeline spoke her true feelings. There was a time when she did not even think about having children.

It was Ned who had helped her imagine a happy marriage together.

Ned promised her that he would protect them both if they had a daughter as beautiful as she was. If they had a son as bright as she was, both father and son would protect her instead.

But Ned forgot everything and refused to remember their past.

Angeline returned to the way she used to be. When she left Oceanford, she planned to live

the rest of her life alone.

“I’m sorry, but I can’t let my child be born into a family without any emotional support and face constant criticism.”

Sean’s eyes fell on Angeline’s face. He suddenly stepped closer. Angeline’s heart raced as Sean approached.

“Even Mr. Powell could see that my concern for you goes deeper than mere kinship. I was


fully aware when I did it with you that night at the Regalia Hotel, even though you were drugged. Don’t you understand my feelings for you?”

Angeline couldn’t remember how many times Sean had taken her that night under the influence of drugs.

All she remembered was the heat of Sean’s lips and the comforting warmth of his voice whispering her nanfe in her ear, leaving her powerless and numb all over.

“Stop it!”

Angeline’s voice trembled uncontrollably as she turned to grab the doorknob in an attempt

to escape.

But Sean’s strong arms pinned her against the door. Now that everything was out in the open, Sean had no intention of giving Angeline a chance to escape.

“Angeline, I really like you.‘

Sean’s deep voice rang in her ear. She felt as though her heart would explode.

Unable to open

the door, Angeline felt Sean’s warmth approaching her. Panicked, she turned. and collided with Sean’s arms, only to be pushed back by the overwhelming weight he exerted. She was pressed against the door.

Angeline’s breathing became erratic, and she hesitated to look up at the tall man before her. Instead, her eyes fell on the few buttons on Sean’s open shirt.

“I wasn’t clear enough.”

The moment Sean finished speaking, he grabbed Angeline’s face and kissed her.

Second Marriage to Mr. Rich Novel by Jean Summer

Second Marriage to Mr. Rich Novel by Jean Summer

Status: Ongoing Author: Artist:
Second Marriage to Mr. Rich Everyone knew that Oceanford’s most infamous rich kid, Ned Fletcher, was madly in love with his genius childhood sweetheart, Angeline Emmerson.But after an accident, Angeline falls into a coma, and Ned loses his memories. Two years later, Angeline wakes up from her coma. At this point, Ned already has another lover. For the sake of his new lover, he forces Angeline to agree to a divorce. Angeline leaves after being thoroughly disappointed.Five years later, Angeline is about to marry someone else when Ned shows up at her door.”I remember everything now, Angeline. You can’t marry someone else!”An adorable child says, “Mommy, don’t talk to the bad guy. Daddy will get jealous!”After that, the child reaches for Sean Lawson, who has just gotten out of his car. “Carry me, Daddy!”


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