Chapter 11
In the middle of the night, Lucian tiptoed into Estella’s room in the Farwell residence and tucked her in.
He watched the little girl sleeping soundly in bed for quite a while before he turned and stepped out of the room.
The moment he came out of the room, Cayden stepped forward to update him, “Mr. Farwell, I’ve dropped by the restaurant to investigate the matter. However, I didn’t discover anything as the surveillance cameras there were broken.”
“So coincidentally?” Hearing that, Lucian knitted his brows. The moment my suspicion was piqued, the surveillance cameras were broken as well?
Looking troubled, Cayden replied hesitantly, “It could be mere coincidence. After all, we haven’t received any news about Mrs. Farwell- I mean, Ms. Jarvis, since she left years ago. I don’t think she’d appear out of the blue in this city.”
Right after he said that, he noticed his boss’s expression darkening.

Cayden’s heart skipped a beat. He cast his head down and dared not utter anything more.

“I got it,” Lucian responded ambiguously before he turned and headed toward his room.
The following morning, after breakfast, Roxanne took her two boys to the premium kindergarten recommended by Madilyn.
As someone of high efficiency, Roxanne had stayed up late to sort things out after finalizing her option for the kindergarten the night before. She planned to enroll them in it right away.
As notified by Madilyn, the entry requirements for the particular kindergarten were relatively strict. All the students there were from wealthy and prominent families. On top of that, the kindergarten was stringent in screening their students’ parents.
Right after Roxanne reached the office of the head of the kindergarten, she was requested to provide the details of her occupation and net worth with related documentation. Fortunately, she had made the necessary preparation, as reminded by Madilyn earlier.
Even though Roxanne was neither a CEO nor a director, she had made a lot of money over the past few years with her expertise in the medical field. Thus, her net worth was a lot higher than the kindergarten’s minimum requirement.
After going through her documentation, the head of the kindergarten uttered courteously. “Ms. Jarvis, I’ll proceed to enroll your kids now. Could you please sign here?”
Roxanne placed her signature on the document as requested.
Shortly after, the head of the kindergarten summoned a teacher with a pleasant look. She instructed the latter to lead the two boys to their classroom so they could familiarize themselves with the environment and their classmates.
The two boys waved at Roxanne nonchalantly and walked away with the teacher.
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