Never Late, Never Away

Never Late, Never Away Chapter 26

Never Late, Never Away Chapter 26

“No, I-I can’t do this…” she stammered, taking a few steps back on shaky legs. “G-Grandpa? I’m not feeling well… I think I’ll take my leave first. I’ll definitely come back another time! I’m so sorry!”

With that, she rushed out of the private room without even looking back.

The elder Mr. Norton sneered as he watched her disappear down the corridor. “So that’s the girl you married? She’s so rude.”

Finnick glared at him. “I wouldn’t have even tried if you haven’t been breathing down my neck the whole time.”

The elder Mr. Norton widened his eyes in shock. “Y-You’re no better than her!”

He loved his youngest grandson more than anything in the world, but everything changed after the accident ten years ago. Reading his grandson’s mind became incredibly difficult.

Finnick decided that he did not want to continue the conversation any further. Pushing the wheels of his wheelchair, he made a move to leave the room as well.

“Hey! Where are you going?” the elder Mr. Norton demanded.

“I’ve lost my appetite,” Finnick said without bothering to look back. “You can eat with Mark and Fabian.”

Upon reaching the villa, Finnick heard from Molly that Vivian had locked herself in her room ever since returning.

eyes darkened,

door to the bedroom and saw Vivian lying face-down on the bed, still clad in her wine-red gown. Her gaze


himself over to the bed and stared at her with

simply ignored him, as

into a rage. “Vivian!” he yelled. “Talk to me! Why did

colder by a few centigrade. “Are you

immediately, the blank look on her

at him. “H-How did you know about my relationship with Fabian?” she

deceived by the men I trust

you know that I won’t marry a random woman on the street. I know exactly what happened to you two years

she continued to train

painfully. “Were you trying to embarrass me

grabbed her wrist and squeezed it with all his might. “He’s just an ex-boyfriend! There’s

man before her, her

she said after a long pause. “You don’t understand how much Fabian

had been her life force and her reason to live, and the pain from two years ago still felt fresh

how much Fabian

could not get any

This stupid woman!

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