The Three Little Guardian Angels, Chapter 1430

The Three Little Guardian Angels, Chapter 1430

Lucy had always been a happy-go-lucky girl.She had never needed too many things to satisfy her longing i n life.She had always believed that as long as one was alive and kicking, they must know how to appreciate the little contentments in life.

Hector took a glance at her.

After getting to know her, he realized that she was indeed an easily satisfied lady.

Especially her eyes that looked very clear as if there was always a hint of clarity that disregarded all distractions in life.

After entering society, it had always been difficult for anyone to keep their innocent selves.

They would come into contact with many different and complex people and inevitably pick up traits from the people around them and grow into someone more complicated.

However, Lucy had managed to keep such a pure heart unstained after all these years.

It was already very late at night…

Madam Vanderbilt and her relatives still had not seen Hector at his apartment.

They tried calling him several times, but his phone had been turned off.

Thus, she had no choice but to call Yorick.

As soon as Yorick answered the call, Heidi started scolding him, but before she could finish speaking, Yorick had already hung up the call.

“This father-and-son duo is trying to get on my nerves!”

It was the first time Heidi had been so angry at her son and grandson.

The two relatives traveled around the city with her for the whole day.

They were hungry and tired but still had not received any benefit out of this trip.

“To put i t bluntly, your son and grandson just won’t listen to you anymore.”

“That’s right.It’s said that men will start to forget their roots when they have power.Hecky is a huge entrepreneur now, so why would he still remember the love you showed him when he was a kid?”

The relatives kept on blabbering, and Heidi listened t o every single word that came out of their mouths.

Thinking of Hector and Yorick’s reaction, she started t o worry whether her son and grandson would abandon her and whether she would still live a good life after that.

‘It seems that that’s my only chance”

At the beach…

Hector and Lucy sat on the bench, drinking beer.

The two ordered a roast chicken and a few grilled skewers.

The sea breeze that brushed through them had a hint of saltiness and left the atmosphere humid, which made the environment feel very comfortable.

Lucy stepped on the thin sand with her bare feet and stared at the borderless starry sky in front of her.

“What do you think? Isn’t this place a particularly exceptional spot?”

He responded with a hum and turned to look at her.

“You really do know every single corner of the city.”

She smiled and replied, “Because this is my secret base.”

Hector paused for a bit.

“Your secret base?”

“Yeap.”

She lowered her gaze.

“Whenever I argued with my mother, I would come here by myself and vent all my bad feelings here.”

Hector stopped drinking and looked at her.

“You came here alone at night?”

“It was during the daytime, of course.”

Lucy approached him.

“This is my first time here at night, and you’re here with me.”

Hector chuckled and then wrapped his arms around her shoulders.She leaned against his chest.

“Hector, I…I really want to get to know more about you.”

He tilted his head and asked, “What do you want to know about me?”

“Everything.”

Hector stared into the distance and opened his mouth after a long time, “I used to be a bad apple.”

Lucy looked up at him.

“No one’s past is perfect, isn’t it?”

He was slightly startled, rested his cheek on the top of her head, and chuckled softly.

“Okay, then I’ll tell you.”

At the Xavier manor…

Elaine walked downstairs after taking a shower and asked the nanny if she had seen her employee card today, but the nanny denied having seen it.

She scratched her head.

‘‘I only found out that I didn’t have my employee card with me when I arrived at work earlier today.Thank God I managed to communicate with the receptionist.Otherwise, I wouldn’t have even been able to enter the company.

‘But if I didn’t leave the card at home, where would I have lost it?’ Just as she was about to go upstairs, she suddenly received a call from an unknown number.

Elaine drove to the cafe.

It was already 10:00 p.m.

when she arrived, but the lights in the cafe were still o n, but the closed sign had already been displayed at the door.

Rate this Chapter
Share With Friends

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

error: Content is protected !!