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Pursuing My Ex-Wife Isn’t Easy chapter 1785

Pursuing My Ex-Wife Isn’t Easy chapter 1785

Met with Courtney’s baffled expression, Joshua calmly said, “Didn’t you find it noisy?”

He side-eyed Courtney and added, “Since you find it noisy, get out.”

At that moment, the driver stopped the vehicle by the side of the road.

Seeing Courtney not moving, Joshua swept her another gaze. “We’re rushing to the hospital. Get out. Don’t waste time.”

Courtney’s face instantly paled upon Joshua’s cold words. She bit her lip, trying to explain herself.

“Mr. Lynch, I was just saying this on your behalf. Don’t you find it noisy? You just returned to Banyan City, and there is so much for you to do that you have to even work on the way. Right now, time is just being wasted because of them…”

Joshua smiled. His deep voice was rather icy as he remarked, “A mother-to-be is bearing the pain and suffering to deliver her child. You can’t feel her greatness, yet you only hear the noise?”

He glanced at Courtney sideways coldly. “And to think that you’re a woman.”

Then, Joshua swept Courtney another glance. “Get out.”

With that, he lowered his head and continued reading the documents in his hand.

Courtney bit her lip. She wanted to say something else, but she was shocked by the powerful and cold aura Joshua emitted that she was at a loss for words.

In the end, she could only bite her lip, took her bag, and got out of the vehicle.

The vehicle moved once more, and Anne was still in immense pain. Initially, because of what Courtney said, she tried her best to be quiet, but as it got on, it was so unbearable that she could not help but start screaming again.

The driver sped up, finally reaching the hospital in the quickest time possible.

Luna had already called beforehand. When they reached the hospital, the obstetricians and nurses were already waiting by the entrance. Anne was pushed into the delivery room.

The lights on the operating sign were on. John clasped his hands together, so nervous that he did not know what to do.

Christopher was rubbing his hurting ears caused by Anne’s scream a moment ago. He took his phone out to update Bonnie on the situation.

Joshua, on the other hand, silently sat on the bench, looking at his phone with his head lowered.

Luna was a little confused.

Logically speaking, Joshua was helping because she was desperate. After sending Anne to the hospital, his job was done. Why did he not return to his office, even waited with them for Anne to deliver her baby?

Did Courtney not say that he was busy?

Although Luna was confused, Joshua still helped them a lot, so it would be terrible for Luna to chase him away.

She passed a bottle of water which she bought to Joshua before sitting down next to him.

“I thought you’d go back straight away.”

Joshua accepted the bottle, twisted the cap open before twisting it back again. Then, he swapped the bottle he had with the unopened bottle in Luna’s hand in a natural manner.

Luna was a little moved when she accepted the bottle which still had the warmth of his palms o n them.

What Joshua did was just a very small unimportant gesture, but Luna was surprisingly moved b y it.

It had been a long time since someone took care of her in such small matters.

Joshua opened the bottle that he swapped with Luna and took a mouthful. After the second gulp, he turned to look at Luna.

“Although someone has given birth to four children for me, I have never understood how much pain a woman has to bear to deliver a child.”

Then, he turned his head back and looked at the door of Anne’s delivery room in a serious gaze.

“Although it might be inappropriate, I want to stay here and experience this. I want to properly understand…how much I owe the mother of my children.”

Luna was instantly overwhelmed by mixed emotions. She turned her face to the other side and secretly sniffled. “It’s all in the past. There’s…no need to bring it up anymore.”

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