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Pursuing My Ex-Wife Isn’t Easy chapter 1739

Pursuing My Ex-Wife Isn’t Easy chapter 1739

Luna felt a little dazed when she heard Joshua’s low voice.

Would she be willing to return to Banyan City with him if they were not mortal enemies?

She did not know the answer.

Even if they were not enemies, she knew that she was not the most important thing to him.

This was the man who was willing to help Hunter Quinn to keep her in jail over his vengeance toward her family.

Was a man like this even capable of loving her fully, even if they were not enemies?

Luna was not sure of the answer.

Even though she had known for a long time that she was the most important woman to him even more so than Aura, Alice, and even Fiona-she still knew that to him, love was not the most important thing in his life.

Joshua treasured his family and himself more than any woman.

Luna’s silence was already an answer.

Joshua curled his lips into a bitter smile and could not help recalling what Theo had told him the night before.

“In the past, you were so important to Luna that she was unwilling to sleep with anyone else apart from you.”

At one point, he had meant so much to Luna that she would not betray him, no matter what, but at present, in a twist of fate, she hesitated to even return home with him, even when he begged.

What did he do to her that rendered her so disappointed in him?

Soon, he arrived at Rosalyn’s room, and he gently set Luna down on the ground.

Luna had managed to recover her strength on their way here, so as soon as her feet touched the ground, she immediately stormed into the room.

The sight before her made her feel like crying.

Rosalyn was lying on the bed with tubes and medical equipment attached to her. Both her breathing and heart rate were terrifyingly weak.

Next to her, a psychotic Charles was holding her hand, chanting over and over, “Rosalyn, I’ve loved you for a long time, but because I had made a promise to Lucy in the past that I’d never fall for another woman, I didn’t want to tell you that so that she wouldn’t be disappointed in m

“Rosalyn, can you wake up and hug me? Every day, I dream of you waking up and feeling your arms around me.

“I’m sorry, Rosalyn, I really am…

“If you wake up right now, I’ll bring you to wherever you want, and I’ll gladly be your lab rat i n your experiments. I’ll do anything you want with you, okay?”

He repeated these few sentences over and over again, sometimes laughing and sometimes crying, but all the while holding Rosalyn’s hand without letting go.

Jim gently reached out to pull Luna into his arms. “I asked Dr. Rachel just now, and she told m e that in Father’s current state, he couldn’t have fabricated all this right on the fly.

“Therefore, these are all the words he had been wanting to say for a long time but didn’t dare to.

“Ever since he went crazy, he had lost all memory of the things that happened in the past, apart from his deepest, most intimate desires, which is why he keeps repeating these words over and over.”

Luna could not stop her tears from falling when she heard this.

Mother’s efforts and sacrifices had paid off, after all.

The person Luna pitied the most ever since she returned to the Landry family was her mother, Rosalyn.

Rosalyn had led a tragic life since she was young. She had sacrificed a lot for her family, including Charles, Jim, and Heather.

However, neither of her two children were hers biologically, and the heart of the man she loved belonged to a woman who had died more than 20 years ago.

Luna could not help feeling reassured at this sight.

It turned out that Mother’s sacrifices had been worth it after all.

She stared at Rosalyn’s face tearfully and prayed that Rosalyn would be able to wake up soon.

The man she had been waiting for more than 20 years had finally declared his love for her, so she had to get better soon…

Jim let out a sigh as though he could understand exactly what Luna was thinking of and squeezed Luna’s shoulder tightly.

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