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Let me go Mr Hill

Let me go, Mr. Hill By Shallow South Chapter 736

Let me go, Mr. Hill [by Shallow South] Chapter 736

Shaun shuddered.

If someone else said those words, he would not believe it. However, Suzie was just an innocent two- year-old child. She was at an age where she would not lie, so it must be true.

He never thought that Sarah would say such a thing.

Did she blame it on Suzie just because he reprimanded her a little during dinner?

He was unfamiliar with this side of Sarah.

All along, the Sarah he knew was a gentle, considerate, kind, and lively woman.

He thought that they would have children in the future, so Sarah would definitely be very patient toward children. However, after bringing Suzie here today, he realized that Sarah had no patience with children at all.

That was fine, but how could she say such cruel words to a child who had just lost her mother?

Did Sarah change, or had he never truly understood her?

“Suzie, tell Uncle. How did you fall in the bathroom just now?” Shaun asked in a low voice.

Suzie bit her small mouth, and fear flashed across her eyes.

“You have to tell the truth. Uncle likes honest children.” Shaun’s eyes were serious.

“Well… I was really cold when I came out of the bathtub, so I wanted Aunty to hug me. But Aunty probably minded that I got her clothes wet, so she pushed me down to the floor.”

Near the end, Suzie’s tears streamed down her face again. “Uncle, please don’t blame Aunty. She’ll dislike me even more. I… I miss Aunty Cathy. She really likes me. I don’t like it here.”

“Okay, I’ll bring you to Aunty Cathy. Don’t cry.”

Shaun picked her up and headed out.

“Is Suzie still hurting? Should we call a doctor?” Sarah immediately came over when she heard the movement. Worry was hidden in her tone.

Shaun looked back at her. When he saw her face, he questioned himself for the first time.

Was she really concerned about Suzie?

If she was, why did she say those words to intimidate a child?

If she was, why would she push a child to the cold, hard ground just because she was afraid of her clothes getting wet?

Shaun suddenly found that he could not read her. Perhaps, under that layer of skin hid a Sarah

Neeson he did not understand.

“No need. I’ll send her back to the manor.”

Shaun turned with Suzie in his arms and left without looking back.

Seeing his cold silhouette, Sarah stomped her feet i n anger. Shaun’s eyes earlier made her feel a little uneasy.

Did Suzie say something to him?

It was impossible. She was still a small child and had just lost her mother. This was a period where she would try her best to please others.

Shaun drove to Hackett Institute.

Even after knocking on the door for a long time, no one answered.

He could only take out his phone and dial Catherine’s number. “Where are you?”

What replied was the sound of a movie playing. “Who are you with at the cinema?” Shaun’s tone suddenly tensed up.

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