"Rachel, you fucking bitch.GO TO HELL!"
On the king-size bed, the man's face was a mask of fury, his black eyes burning with hate.The veins stood out on his forehead and his arms as he wrung the woman's slender neck.
The woman was still half-asleep, but she could feel something was wrong.
She couldn't breathe! Rachel Bennet opened her eyes wide, still groggy from sleep.She felt a pair of hands on her neck, choking the life out of her.She was confused and consumed by fear and panic.
As her lungs started screaming for air, her survival instinct kicked in.She raised her hands to her throat, trying to fend off her attacker.
But the man wouldn't budge.
Instead, he tightened his grip on her neck, causing her face to turn a deep red and her vision to blur.
The door was thrown open and the butler rushed in.
His face paled at the sight before him, but he didn't lose a minute.
He hurried to the bed and grabbed the man's arm, shouting, "Mr.Sullivan! Mr.Sullivan! Please let go of her! You're killing her!"
"She deserves to die!"
The man had an unhinged look in his eyes and spit came out of his mouth along with his words.
The butler knew that couldn't stop the man physically, so he knelt by the bed and started begging for Rachel's life.
"Mr.Sullivan, please! If you kill her, your grandma will roll over in her grave.She won't be able to rest in peace!"
Grandma? Hearing the butler's words, Victor Sullivan loosened his grip slightly.Rachel grabbed the opportunity to escape his grasp and crawl away.
Her back hit the headboard and she stayed there curled in a ball, looking at Victor with wide, fearful eyes.
The butler saw the change in Victor's attitude as a sign to keep pushing.
"Mr.Sullivan, be patient! Today your divorce will become official.You will never see her again! Spare her life for her mother's sake.Her mother once saved your grandma, remember? Please calm down!"
Victor seemed to see the reason behind his butler's words.
He got out of bed, put on his pajamas in silence.
When he was done, he turned around and spoke, in a voice cold as ice.
"I'll tell lvan to send the divorce papers here.Sign it and then get the hell out.I don't want to see your face ever again."
With a final look filled with hatred, he left the room, followed by the butler.
slammed behind him, the sound hurting Rachel's ears.She
face was deathly pale, her heart fluttering in
her body.She was completely
coursing through her veins had dulled the pain until
had passed, Rachel felt that
couldn't find any women's clothes in the
and a pair of suit pants and put them
large for her, dragging on the
she already felt, she could feel a
sofa and sat down.She
to her started flooding
later, she opened
belonged to the former owner of this body, the
things out in her mind, she finally
reborn, from Shelia Davis
body before her was a worthless girl madly in
gotten sick and died a while
startled Rachel out
cold voice came from the other side of
"May I come in?"
the pants and hurried
and dull-looking man stood there, holding
me to see you out.As soon as
recalling what the butler had said
from now on, it
cooked up in less than an
agreement and started turning pages, signing
go," Rachel said, as she returned the papers to Ivan and
at her in astonishment, eyebrows raised.He didn't
told Ivan that Rachel
said, still not reaching out
raised her eyebrows
what you are
looking more and
raised her eyebrows while hitching up her pants.She
that I am in a world of debt and go bankrupt soon, and the other is that I have to leave this marriage
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