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Chapter 1655

“Go back! I won’t send you away.” After Wesley left these words, he returned to the laboratory.

A week passed in a blink of an eye.

The door of the laboratory was pushed open, and Avery came out.

Wesley took her luggage and followed behind her.

Elliot stood outside the door and saw her coming out, he immediately strode in front of her, stretched out his long arms, and took her luggage from Wesley.

“How is the child?” Elliot asked Avery.

“Everything is normal now.” Avery’s tone was calm.

There seemed to be no estrangement between the two.

Elliot carried her luggage with one hand and her hand with the other, and took her out of the hospital.

On the way home, Elliot looked at her secretly several times.

“What do you see me doing? Say what you want to say.” Avery broke the deadlock.

“Avery, I’m sorry.” Elliot pondered for a moment, and then said, “I thought about it for a long time, but I couldn’t figure out why that child looked like Layla. I looked at her photos, and I was often in a trance, always thinking that the child might be me and my wife. If I show any affection for that child, it’s because of you and Layla, not Rebecca.”

“Yeah.” Avery replied softly, “I’ve been thinking about this for the past few days too. We won’t have a good outcome if we continue to struggle like this. So…”

His heartstrings tightened, waiting for her next words.

“If you want to go to Yonroeville to see that child, go! Elliot, I won’t stop you, but in the future, I don’t want to hear anything about that child. You avoid me, okay?” Avery make a compromise.

‘Hiss’ sound! The car braked suddenly, rubbing on the ground, making a high-pitched sound.

Avery held the seat belt tightly with both hands. After the car stopped, she looked at the man in the driver’s seat in shock.

“Avery, I promised you that I would not go to Yonroeville! Even if I feel pity for that child, I will never break my promise to you.” Unless the child is in danger.

But he didn’t say that.

Because he believed that Rebecca would not hurt that child.

Avery looked at Elliot’s thin face, her deep eyes, and some self-sacrificing heart, and was comforted at this moment.

“I have already warned Ben Schaffer not to send me information and photos of Rebecca and Haze in the future.” He had a hard time this week.

Avery didn’t go home. Elliot finished work every day and left work early to take care of the children.

After coaxing the children to sleep, Elliot went back to the room and took a shower, tired and sleepy, but he couldn’t sleep.

“I can’t let you be wronged again because of this.” Elliot said hoarsely, “Avery, I don’t want to say sorry to you again, so I will never do anything wrong to you again.”

Avery’s nose was sour, The grievances and estrangements in her heart disappeared in an instant.

Back home, Avery went back to the room to take a shower, put on clean home clothes, and went downstairs.

Mrs. Cooper prepared a sumptuous lunch to treat her.

The three children and the servant at home didn’t know the conflict between the two of them, and they all thought that Avery didn’t go home this week because of the Shea’s child.

After all, this technology is relatively rare, and to ensure that everything goes smoothly, doctors will definitely need to maintain monitoring 24 hours a day.

After lunch, Elliot took Avery upstairs.

She had just eaten, and she couldn’t keep up with his pace.

“I want to play with my son for a while…” Avery had already guessed in his mind what he wanted to do by taking her to the room in such a hurry.

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