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Let me go Mr Hill

Let me go, Mr. Hill By Shallow South Chapter 743

Let me go, Mr. Hill [by Shallow South] Chapter 743

“Dude, that’s basic common sense, okay? If you don’t mind hurting your stomach, I’ll give you the medicine now.” Catherine was rendered speechless by his shamelessness.

“Is it that hard to admit that you care about me?” Shaun was absolutely confident.

“So what if I admit it? Dude, the whole world already knows you’re getting married. Is Eldest Young Master Hill going to abandon his childhood sweetheart fiancee for a little girl like me?”

Catherine mocked him before she went into the kitchen to cook the pasta.

Shaun stared at her silhouette silently with a complicated look in his eyes.

Although he had long known that he had some thoughts about her, he admitted that those thoughts were not enough to affect his feelings for Sarah.

However, everything that happened last night had changed his perception of Sarah.

Perhaps Sarah was not as kind as he imagined, and Catherine was not as bad as he thought.

The pasta was very simple. Within ten minutes, it was cooked.

Shaun scarfed the plate of pasta in less than a few minutes. It was just a plate of plain pasta, but she had made it especially delicious.

It seemed like whenever it came to her, he would always have a good appetite.

After eating the pasta, a cup of warm water and an effervescent tablet were placed in front of him.

“You’re not going to help me crush the tablet and mix it?” Shaun raised his brows. He looked like a child who did not want to move because he was not feeling well.

“What’s Sarah’s number? I’ll call her and tell her to help you instead. ” Catherine took out her phone. She had never met such a demanding man.

Shaun silently got up and mixed the medicine by himself. That weak and pale handsome face made him look pitiful.

About twenty minutes later, the sound of crying rang in the bedroom.

Catherine immediately ran over. Before long, Suzie had stopped crying, and there was the sound of laughter.

Shaun walked to the door to see Catherine braiding Suzie’s hair on the bed. Soon, Suzie was dressed up like a pretty and cute little princess.

Warmth suddenly filled his heart.

This early morning made him feel like they were a family of three.

However, in just a short while, the doorbell rang. Hadley stood at the door respectfully. “Eldest

Young Master, I heard Ms. Jones say that you’re not feeling well. I will take you to the hospital now.” Shaun’s expression sank.

He subconsciously looked back at Catherine, who was walking out with Suzie. “You called Hadley?”

“Duh? I’m very busy. I don’t have time to take care of you. Besides, we have nothing to do with each other.”

Catherine spoke as she brought out breakfast for Suzie.

Suzie had pancakes, scrambled eggs, and juice.

He remembered the plain bowl of pasta he had.

Once again, he felt like he was not given proper treatment.

“Uncle, I heard you have a cold. You should go to the hospital quickly.” Suzie looked at him sympathetically. “Daddy will come to pick me up and send me to preschool later.”

“Preschool?” Shaun froze.

“Yeah, Aunty Cathy told me last night that I should go to preschool. I’ll have a lot of friends there so I won’t feel lonely anymore. And I won’t have to disturb Uncle’s work and rest time anymore.” Suzie had a considerate expression.

However, Shaun felt dejected.

He was not at all disturbed and quite liked being pestered by Suzie.

If she went to preschool, he would definitely see her less. “Suzie, you’re not disturbing me,” Shaun said earnestly.

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