Married at First Sight Gu Lingfei Chapter 273

Married at First Sight Novel Serenity And Zachary

Married at First Sight Gu Lingfei Chapter 273 – “Hello, Mr. Lowe.” Hank extended his right hand to shake Shawn‘s hand.

During the handshake, Shawn remarked, “I believe I‘ve heard of your name before, Mr. Brown.” Hank‘s name sounded familiar. Hank was flattered.
“Have you heard of me, Mr. Lowe?”

It was a pleasant surprise that Hank made a name for himself among the professionals to the point that the unacquainted Mr. Lowe had heard of his name.

Shawn replied with a grin, “Your name rings a bell. I must‘ve heard it from someone, but I had never met you in person. Well, that‘s changed tonight.”
Hank quickly pulled out his business card and handed it to Shawn. Curling his lips, he responded, “Mr. Lowe, it‘s an honor to meet you.

This is my business card. I look forward to working with you if we have the chance.” Shawn took the business card from Hank for a glance before putting it away. His eyes then shifted toward Jessica who had a broad smile on her face.

Although the woman was a stunner, Shawn only took a fleeting glance before looking away. In Shawn‘s eyes, the best woman was Serenity.
He had no eyes for anyone but Serenity. With the lot gesturing for Shawn to sit down, everybody started drinking and talking business.

It was a pleasant conversation. Liberty came out of a baby shop after purchasing formula and diapers. While the formula milk was stored in the stroller, there were too many packs of diapers to fit the stroller. The shopkeeper said the diapers were on a buy–five–free–one offer,

so Liberty bought six packs in total. The stroller was not made for much storage. Helpless, Liberty redialed Hank‘s number. Hank did not answer his phone. She called multiple times, and Hank only picked up her call on the sixth try. “What now, Liberty? Don‘t you know I‘m busy?

Do you think I work in customer service and can take your calls 24/7? Don‘t call me again unless it‘s an emergency. It‘s disrupting my work.”
“When are you coming back?” Immune to his criticisms, Liberty ignored his questioning and went on to ask her question.

“Not that soon. What do you want? I‘m going to hang up if there‘s nothing else.” “I bought formula and diapers, but I can‘t carry them back.
I was hoping you could pick me and Sonny up on your way back.” Hank peevishly snapped back, “It‘s your fault for buying a lot.

You should only get as much as you can carry. I‘m busy. I don‘t have time to pick you up. Can‘t you call your sister? Didn‘t she have a new car?
Call her to pick you up.” ULT He then terminated the call. 111 Since Serenity‘s husband worked at York Corporation, his salary must be high.

Serenity had only been married for a little over a month when Zachary bought a car for her and paid it in full. Hank believed it was great
that his sister–in–law had a car as Serenity could take Liberty and Sonny here and there. At least, Liberty would not need to call him for anything.

It was annoying. After her husband hung up on her, Liberty fell silent for a moment but did not call her sister. Liberty put four packs of diapers on the
stroller and carried two packs by hand as she struggled to push her son in the stroller forward. The tiny stroller was used as a wagon.

The mother and son drew a lot of attention on the streets. It did not take long before Liberty was worn out. Liberty‘s mind wandered ack to when she had just gotten married. No matter where she was or what she was doing,

Hank would put everything down and drive over to pick her up at a phone call.

Now, he would hang up on her whenever she needed his help. With something on her mind, Liberty did not pay attention to the pavement
and rammed the stroller onto a brick. Only God knew who threw a brick there. No one even bothered to move it away.

Since the stroller was overloaded with stuff and Liberty held it up with one hand, the stroller tipped to the side. Sonny tumbled to the ground and cried.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top