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Married by Mistake: Mr. Whitman’s Sinner Wife chapter 1766

Married by Mistake: Mr. Whitman’s Sinner Wife chapter 1766

Karen looked at Eloise who was smiling at her softly in shock. After a while, she grabbed Eloise’s hand in surprise once again.

“Really? Eloise, have you really recovered? Do you remember what happened back then? Do you recognize Eveline now?”

If it were back then, Eloise would not believe that a woman who had been so against her would be so concerned about her one day.

However, during the days they spent together, she had truly felt Karen’s kindness and friendliness.

Eloise tightly grabbed Karen’s hand back and her beautiful eyes were glistening with tears.

“Yeah, I recognize my daughter, Eveline. And I remember what happened back then. I also remember how you didn’t mind and cared for me in every possible way when I lost my mind and was so foolish.

“If you hadn’t taken care of me during this period, I might not have recovered at all.”

“Eloise, I’m so thankful for you and I want to apologize to you. Back then, we were always at each other’s throats which led to a lot of conflicts  between us. I’m so sorry.”

Eloise thanked Karen sincerely and also apologized to her earnestly.

After Karen heard what Eloise said, tears started pricking at the corners of her eyes. She wanted to cry but she waved her hands with a smile. She sobbed and said, “Hey, I was so headstrong back then too. I was so insufferably snobbish because I was relying on the fact that I’m the rich madam of the number one rich family in Glendale.

“Come to think of it, we can’t blame each other for this. It’s all because of that evil Meredith and her cruel parents. That family caused us so much trouble.”

“ If it weren’t for them, we would’ve been in-laws even sooner. Eveline and Jeremy would’ve gotten together way before this.”

Eloise did not deny that the main culprit for this was that evil family, but she knew she was at fault as well.

She was at fault for not being able to tell right from wrong. She was at fault for believing everything Meredith told her. Even if the truth was right in front of her, she still chose to believe Meredith.

However, at the end of the day, the reason she trusted Meredith so much back then was because of the love she had for the precious baby daughter whom she lost for so many years.

Sean and Winston came home half an hour later.

After knowing that Eloise had recovered and gone back to her previous mental state, Sean was feeling extremely emotional inside even though he did not show too many emotions on the surface.

Eloise poured him some red wine and said gently and affectionately, “Thank you for all your hard work during this period. I’ll try my best not to make you worry about me next time.”

Sean looked at the gentleness and tenderness in Eloise’s eyes, answering firmly, “You’re my wife,  so it’s my job to be worried about you and help you carry some of your burdens.”

Madeline was listening at one side, and her heart was filled with gladness.

Back then, she felt that Sean and Eloise had a great relationship. At the same time, it was proven that age did not matter when it came to love. It would not fade away with the flow of time either.

The moonlight was tranquil at night.

Madeline sat and leaned against the bed while Jeremy squatted at one side to apply ointment to her ankle.

“Linnie, is it still hurting?”

“No,” Madeline smiled and answered.

When Jeremy heard Madeline’s answer, he felt even more heartbroken.

She was too eager to be well and act strong. She would not make a sound even if she was in pain.

“Linnie, I know you’re worried about Lily. Even though we don’t know where our child is, we can at least be assured that Fabian won’t do anything to hurt Lily.” “I know.” Madeline was sure about this too. “ However, Lily’s illness… I really don’t understand why Fabian wanted to abduct Lily. The people he hates are us but why did he abduct a little girl who he won’t hurt or seek revenge on?”

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