Taking advantage of Kai’s momentary distraction while answering the phone, Lana hurriedly adjusted
her skirt in humiliation. Her eyes welled up with tears as she pushed him away and fled the office.
Kai’s gaze followed Lana as she left. He walked to the desk, took a cigarette, and lit it. He attempted to
soothe his inner turmoil. “Depends on the situation. Treatment usually involves medication and
psychotherapy, but it mostly depends on the patient. If she can’t get through it herself, no matter how
many pills she takes or how much therapy she undergoes, it won’t help. So, have you become soft-
Kai laughed heartlessly. Without getting any response, he continued to mock Zach with reckless
laughter. “I knew this day would come. Zach, don’t forget your purpose! Do you think you can back out
now? You’ve been drugging Madelyn for twelve years. Even if you treat her well now, she won’t forgive
you. Do I need to remind you of everything you’ve done to her? Once you release the bowstring,
there’s no turning back. In fact, if you try to treat her differently now, she might retaliate instead.”
After hanging up the phone, Zach had already reached the door of Madelyn’s room. He raised his hand
and knocked.” Madelyn?”
Madelyn stared at the darkness beneath the door crack. The lights in her room were off. She had once
again isolated herself from the outside world. Madelyn did nothing except huddle in the corner with her
knees drawn up to her chest, staring blankly at the dark wall. He had no idea what she was thinking.
In the cluttered room, there was a paper on an easel with a pencil sketch of a woman’s silhouette. She
was wearing a dress, graceful and elegant, but without any distinct facial features. It was a depiction of
her mother in her dreams.
“Maddie, are you tired?” In the darkness, Madelyn heard her mother’s voice. It was as if she could see
a faint glimmer, and a woman sat on the bed, concealing her face in the shadows. That gentle voice
belonged to her mother.
In the darkness, Madelyn seemed to have found a glimmer of hope. She knelt forward, looking up,
tears streaming down her face. “Mom, you’ve finally come to look for me. I’ve missed you so much.
Mom, can you take me away? Please?”
“I miss you too, but I can’t take you away yet. Maddie, you’re still young. There’s a long road ahead of
you. Besides, you still have unfulfilled wishes, right? You’ve always been brave, overcoming any
difficulties you face, right?”
Madelyn extended her hand cautiously. She dared not to touch anything before her, fearing it might all
be an illusion that would vanish upon contact. Her hand weakly rested on the ground, tears dropping
like rain. She felt trapped in despair.
“No, I’m not brave at all.” Madelyn shook her head and cried hysterically. “Father doesn’t want me, and
nobody loves me. Mom, you’re all I have. Mom, can you take me away? Living is so tiring. No matter
what I do, it can’t change anything.”
The woman’s voice also carried a hint of sadness. “My poor Maddie.”
At that moment, a figure outside leaped onto the balcony. In the next moment, Zach slid open the glass
door and drew back the curtains. Silver moonlight poured in, illuminating the dark room and Madelyn,
who kneeled on the floor.
She reached out as if desperately trying to grasp something
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