Married at First Sight Gu Lingfei Chapter 282 – Wiping away her tears, Liberty got a grip on herself and tried to sound normal.
“I figured, but I didn‘t expect it to happen so soon.” Despite having an affair, Hank kept it from Liberty and had not brought up a divorce.
If her guess was right, it was because of Sonny. Sonny was young and could not deal with separation anxiety.
Liberty‘s parents–in–law were helping Chelsea to look after her kids and cook while Hank only had eyes for his family.
Even Hank put his sister as his priority over her. He did not think there was anything wrong with his parents assisting only his sister.
Once they were divorced, the Browns would certainly fight for Sonny‘s custody. However, Hank would feel sorry to put the burden of child raising on
his parents unless Sonny was already in kindergarten. Hank was probably waiting for Sonny to start attending kindergarten before asking for a divorce.
The only thing he could do now was to go passive–aggressive on her. “Liberty, you might want to keep it down since we don‘t have any proof yet.
In the meantime, we‘ll gather all the evidence we can. Besides, I‘m just giving you the heads–up in case he tries something on you.”
Serenity detected the sobs behind her sister‘s tone but did not mention it aloud. Her sisters needed time to let it all out. She could let her sister cry it out if that helped. It took three years of marriage to see the man’s true colors. It was a painful lesson. However, Liberty was still young at thirty years old.
here was no point sticking around since Hank had committed infidelity. “I will, Siren. Enjoy your supper. I’m alright. I‘m looking for a job to
get ready for the divorce.” Liberty did not crumble when she had suddenly lost her parents and faced the cruelty of her relatives.
She was able to get through life with her sister against all odds, so her husband‘s adultery would not break her down either. L “Get some rest, Liberty. Don‘t think too much about it. It could be a case of mistaken identity.” However, Serenity knew they were only fooling themselves.
“Sure.” Liberty ended the call and tossed the phone aside. Rolling to her side, she stared at her son‘s sleeping face and could no longer hold back her emotions from running high. She pulled the covers over her head and bit on them as she wailed.
Amid the tears, she reached out to stroke her son‘s face. Her son would not have a complete family if the divorce were to happen.
Nevertheless, Liberty was not the kind to endure a broken marriage for the sake of her son.
A broken home hurt the children in it greatly. However, a broken marriage would also do great damage to the children if
not ended promptly. Sonny was still young to understand what a divorce was. If Liberty were to get custody of Sonny,
she would not stop Hank from visiting the child. However, knowing the Browns, Liberty was not certain she could see her son again if Hank were to acquire full custody. It would hurt Sonny the most if he was forced to be separated from his mother at a young age and experience the prolonged absence of his mother.
“Sonny.” Liberty wiped away her tears and caressed her son’s little face while vowing through clenched teeth, “I will do everything in my power to
get custody of you.” Hank had never taken care of his son, and her parents-in-law mostly only played with Sonny.
Liberty had no idea the kind of cold shoulders and harm the little man would get if her son was granted to them. Chelsea‘s son had always bullied Sonny. The bullying would only become worse if Sonny were to live with his grandparents.
Such was the treatment gotten by a child without their mother! Sonny was sound asleep, unaware that his parents‘ marriage was coming to