Chapter 4

“You said it yourself, Liberty. It’s his prenuptial property. It doesn’t make sense to add my name to the title deed since I didn’t pay a penny for the house. I think we should forget about it.”

Zachary did Serenity a huge favor by handing her the key to the house the moment they got married. She could move in right away, solving her housing predicament.

Serenity was not going to request that of Zachary. Of course, she would not refuse if Zachary added her name on his own accord. Now that they were husband and wife, Serenity made up her mind to spend the rest of her life with him.

Liberty had to at least bring it up. Knowing that her sister was self-reliant and not driven by greed, Liberty did not dwell on the matter.

After a series of interrogations, Serenity successfully moved out of her sister’s place.

Liberty wanted to drop her off at Brynfield, but Sonny happened to wake up. The little guy was crying for his mama the moment he opened his eyes.

“You should attend to Sonny. I don’t have a lot of stuff. I can move them myself.”

Liberty needed to feed her son and get a start on lunch. Her husband would call her out for doing nothing at home should he return with no food on the table.

Left with no choice, Liberty said, “Be careful on the road. Are you coming here for lunch? Bring your husband along.”

“I need to get to the shop in the afternoon, so I can’t make it for lunch. My husband has his plate full at work. He’s going away for business in the afternoon, so it might be some time before I can bring him to meet you.”

Serenity lied.

She knew nothing about Zachary, but Grandma May mentioned that his life revolved around work. He would sometimes go out of town for business, away for days on end. Without a concrete idea of when Zachary would be free, Serenity did not make a commitment in case she could not keep it.

“He’s going on a business trip the same day he got married.”

Liberty found Zachary to be inconsiderate toward Serenity.

“We’ve only got our marriage license and not the wedding. The way I see it. He should go on these trips and make more money since the expenses will pile up. I should get going, Liberty. Go and feed Sonny.”

Serenity waved her sister and nephew goodbye before hauling her suitcase down the stairs.

had heard about Brynfield but

a cab and went straight to Brynfield. Once there, it then occurred to Serenity that she forgot to ask

might not pick up since he was at work. Still, she decided to call him through

their phones to silent mode as no personal calls could be taken

was put on the table,

her contact when they exchanged numbers. With Serenity’s profile name, “Mermaid in the Deep Blue Sea” popping out on

blacklisted Serenity’s number.

Serenity went on to try messaging since he was not

York, I’m at Brynfields now, but I don’t know which floor your place

the message and tapped send, only to find out that her text could not reach

at the screen

his number? We exchanged numbers at City Hall. Did I

long about whether there was a

determined she got the right number, Serenity arrived at one possibility – Zachary had

he forget that they just got married?

would not last two days before she drew a

reaching Grandma May on the phone, Serenity uttered, “Nana, I moved out of my sister’s place, and I’m now at Brynfield, but I don’t know Mr. York’s… Uh… Do you know what floor Zachary’s

Grandma York, “…”

I’ll call Zack right now.”

had no clue either.

Grandma May only found out now that her oldest grandson bought a house at Brynfield after the couple got their marriage license.

call and wasted

number, Zachary put the phone back on the table and carried on with the meeting. Less than three minutes later, his mobile screen lit up. Seeing that it

a meeting, Nana.”

“Anything can

she doesn’t

brow. Oh. Now he

deeply fond of. He believed her name was Serenity. Moments ago, Zachary had blacklisted his wife’s number.

808 on the eighth

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