Hayson was shocked and asked, “How does he know?”
“Madelyn told him. Even then, he didn’t seem to care,” Zach replied.
Hayson did not expect this. A woman unable to reproduce was a useless tool to him. However, Ethan
still loved her and had her stay at the Arnold family’s residence. From the looks of it, she was not as
useless as he had thought.
“What about Donna? Where’s she now?” Hayson asked.
“At the hospital. She’s being temporarily protected by Ethan’s people,” Zach answered.
Hayson’s gaze grew dark as he ordered, “Make sure to handle the Donna issue properly and don’t let
anyone find out. It’d benefit both of us if Madelyn were to marry into the Arnold family. Go!”
“Yes, Father,” Zach obliged.
As Zach turned around to leave the study, Jasmine stood outside holding a bowl of chicken soup. She
quickly and discreetly poured and dissolved a bag of white powder in the soup and asked, “Honey, are
you done talking?”
Zach passed her with one hand in his pocket. Jasmine sashayed in wearing a red dress and a smile on
her face, with her hips swaying side to side.
Madelyn was hospitalized for more than a week. Besides Mya, Ethan had organized for many people to
visit her. This was actually on Madelyn’s request because she did not like having too many people
around. Recently, Ethan had been using her sick ward as his study. He spent most of his time keeping
her company and rarely left her sight, even reporting to her before going to the washroom.
She thought, “He doesn’t need to do all this…”
Madelyn already could get out of bed by herself. Although she could be discharged from the hospital,
Ethan was still worried for her. Madelyn called out to him, “Take a break and eat some fruit.”
“Mhm,” Ethan replied as he closed his files. He held onto her waist and sat on the sofa, asking, “Why?
Are you bored?” Madelyn said, “You’ve been here for so many days, you should check on her. You’ve
known each other for so many years.” Ethan retracted his hand from her waist and said, “You should
watch some TV first. I still have some matters I need to attend to.” His attitude instantly switched, and
Madelyn could not tell why he was angry.
Madelyn went and sat by the window to read her book. At the same time, Leyton walked in and said,
“Mr. Arnold, I have something to report.”
Leyton hesitated and glanced at Madelyn. The sunlight hit her body and made her look inexplicably
“However…” Leyton stuttered.
Madelyn got up and said, “I’ll take a walk downstairs. You can chat.”
“There’s no need, “Ethan replied.
Leyton wavered before finally saying, “It’s about Ms. Jolie. She’s making a fuss about meeting you and
is also refusing to accept treatment. It’s getting so bad that the bodyguards don’t know what to do.”
They both glanced at Madelyn to see her still reading the book on her phone calmly. As if what they
said had no connection to her. Ethan urgently wanted to see a reaction from her but got nothing from it.
He asked, “Madelyn… what do you think! should do?”
Madelyn flipped over another page. Her fingers paused momentarily as she looked at him, “You should
ask yourself, Ethan. I know you can’t forget her since she’s been with you for so long. Even if you
wanted to forget about her, you can’t do it easily!”
“You should check on her. She might even have a reason for leaving back then. Stop being so stubborn
and talk to her properly,
Ethan saw her uncaring attitude and clenched his fist tightly. His gaze was cold as he asked, “You think
Madelyn stood up and replied, “You might not like what I’m about to say.”
Ethan was confused by this. “Hm?”
Madelyn said gradually, “Let’s split up.”
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