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Let me go Mr Hill

Let me go, Mr. Hill By Shallow South Chapter 922

Let me go, Mr. Hill [by Shallow South] Chapter 922

Indeed, Shaun always talked about how bad and wicked Catherine was.

Since there were many kind women out there, did he like them all? Nope.

Suzie pouted. “Why do you like Aunty Cathy then? You don’t like her when she’s bad, so you only like her when she’s not bad?”

Shaun cast Suzie a strange look. “ I realized that… you might look similar to Liam, but you don’t take after his personality. You’re so articulate at a young age, and I think you’re like me. You can become a lawyer in the future.”

Deep down, Suzie mumbled. She was not Liam’s daughter in the first place. “I don’t want to be like you. Great-grandma said that you’re a scumbag. I don’t want to be a scumbag’s daughter.”

Shaun touched his nose bitterly. It seemed like everyone in Australia had confirmed that he was a scumbag.

“You’re right, Suzie. Back then, I was… too extreme. When I like someone, I should like both her good and bad sides. Unfortunately, I grasped it too late. Please help me…”

“No.” Suzie rejected him mercilessly. “If I lie to Aunty Cathy for your sake, she might not want to see me again. Since you did something wrong, you should sort out the problem yourself.”

“But she won’t meet me.” Shaun’s face was filled with desolation.

Suzie glanced at his face that resembled hers. As his daughter, she sympathized with him a little. “ Mommy used to tell me that as long as you put your mind to it, you can do it. Also, it’s shown on TV that a persistent man can eventually soften a woman’s heart. You should ponder over it.”

With that, the little kid quickly ran away.

Shaun was stunned. He did not expect that he would one day have a little brat to guide him through relationships.

However, when he thought it over, he found it quite logical.

He might as well continue to pester her in the belief that she would forgive him someday.

After dinner, he reflected for a moment before he asked his chauffeur to send him to Hackett Institute. While bearing the pain on his wound, he bent over and placed the candles on the plaza downstairs to form the word ‘sorry’.

Every time he bent over, it hurt him so much as his wound tore open. However, he tried his best to endure the pain.

When he finally lit the candles, he had already attracted many onlookers in the neighborhood.

One of the boys approached Shaun and looked at him. “Sir, it’s you again.”

Within seconds, Shaun recognized him as the boy who lived next to Catherine. He had bumped into him a few times. “Yeah. I offended her.”

“Oh, but putting candles like this won’t work.” The boy tilted his head and said, “That lady moved out yesterday morning. I even bumped into her, and

she told me that she’d never come back anymore.” Ding.

The lighter in Shaun’s hand dropped onto the floor. His head began to buzz.

He did not expect that she would move out just like that. Did it mean that she no longer wanted to see him?

An inexplicable sense of bitterness washed over him.

The boy glanced at Shaun sympathetically and said, “My mom said that both of you are the most miserable couple she has ever seen. You guys argue with each other several times a month. That lady is probably sick of arguing with you this time. Hurry u p and go back. Stop placing the candles here, or it might cause a fire.”

The boy left as soon as he finished speaking.

Shaun raised his head and glanced at the floor that Catherine used to live on. The corners of his mouth pulled into a sad smile.

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