Whenever Madelyn was faced with problems, she would only think about how to escape from them.
She hated this aspect of herself. She also hated that she could not do anything.
However, no one had ever told her how to react to the problems. She was like a scaredy-cat.
Not only did Cecilia look down on her, but every trusted individual around Zach disdained her too.
She grew up in this kind of environment. She hated that she could not change anything.
Madelyn hugged her pillow as she lowered her head. She did not want to look at the intense gaze that
fell on her. Just when she was about to leave, Zach, who looked gloomy which Madelyn could not see,
walked to her. He grabbed her arm and plucked the needle from her hand before throwing it on the
floor. After that, he dragged her into the bathroom.
She struggled defenselessly to resist his touch. Her clothes were torn open, exposing a large area of
skin on her chest.
“Don’t touch me!” Madelyn scratched his face and grabbed a comb to throw at him. The bathroom door
was locked. So, she could only crouch in the corner. She was so cold that she shivered.
She thought he would get angry and hurt her. However, he was unexpectedly calm.
Zach squatted in front of her. He brushed away the hair that was covering her face, “I don’t want to hurt
you. How about I bathe you?”
For the first time, he spoke to her with an asking tone like this.
Ten minutes later, the warm water Zach prepared was ready. He carried her into the bathtub. Her
clothes were forcibly removed. Madelyn sat in the bathtub like a doll that could be played around with
Zach removed his coat and hung it on the wall. He rolled up the sleeves of his black shirt. He then used
a towel to wipe her body as he said, “The school called me. When do you plan to go back to school?”
Madelyn stared blankly.
She said, “Leave the Jent residence. I don’t want to see you again. I won’t be able to forget everything
you’ve done to me if you stay here. If I’m still useful to you and you still don’t want me to die for now,
don’t appear in front of me again.”
Madelyn would never be able to move on from her suffering if she continued to see him.
She spoke again, “Shouldn’t you feel satisfied seeing me in my current state?
“You’ve succeeded in your revenge. You’ve ruined me. Why don’t you just let me continue to rot and
become a useless person? In this case, you won’t have to hurt me yourself, right?”
Zach squeezed the body wash and applied it to her body. Her skin was fair. There was a scar on her
back that he had not seen before. He stopped his movement for a moment and avoided touching that
Madelyn was right. Zach indeed achieved his goal. But when he saw her in this state, a voice in his
heart asked him to stop his action, ‘If you continue to torment her to such an extent that she’s no longer
herself, you’ll regret it one day.”
He wondered if it would be considered regretting when he wanted to stop hurting her.
Zach did not respond to Madelyn’s words. He just said, “The cherry blossoms in Crescent Lake Park
are in full bloom. Do you want to go there and see it tomorrow?”
Madelyn faintly said, “Will you leave this place if I go?”
Zach did not respond.
After an hour of bath, Zach dried her body. He then carried her to the dressing table. He grabbed the
hairdryer to blow her hair.
When he was testing the temperature, Madelyn, who was in front of the dressing mirror, finally looked
at him, “Zach, have you fallen for me?”
She had wanted to ask that question for a long time.
However, Zach did not react in any way. She could only hear the hairdryer blowing beside her ear.
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