Ever since Laverne woke up from her recovery, her thoughts seemed to jump around, and her speech lacked logic, but Frederick had gotten used to it.
“Yuna never showed me your pictures from when you were young.”
A deep glint flashed in Laverne’s eyes as she immediately remembered the group photo on Marguerite’s desk. Wasn’t that the picture of her holding Marguerite in the Graceful Light Chapel when she was young?
Marguerite kept the picture on her desk every day. How could he not see it?
Was it because Laverne now looked so different from when she was young that he didn’t recognize her?
Snapping back to reality. Laverne asked, “Have you seen pictures of Yuna when she was a child? She was very pretty with big eyes, even bigger than they are now.”
Frederick gazed at her, but he still shook his head.
Seeing his reaction, Laverne began to have some thoughts of her own.
“How come you haven’t seen anything? How can you have a relationship like this. Alright, when I’m in a better mood, I’ll find some pictures for you to see.”
With that, Laverne left.
Frederick watched as Laverne’s figure gradually receded, and doubts began to spring up in his heart.
He always felt that the old lady’s problem was not as simple as amnesia.
According to the people of the Lockwood family, Laverne and Marguerite had no blood relation, and they never crossed paths.
The only intersection should have been what Yuna said, Marguerite secretly took Laverne away, causing the old lady’s condition to worsen.
If that was the case, Laverne should hate Marguerite. Even if she had lost her memory and forgotten all her memories with Marguerite, habits and feelings wouldn’t be so easily forgotten.
When Marguerite was vomiting just now, Laverne’s reaction was faster than anyone else’s, and the concern on her face was almost instinctive.
Not only that, but Laverne also relied heavily on Marguerite. Every time they went to the hospital, Marguerite would take her.
There seemed to be a silent understanding between the two of them, this understanding permeated every detail of their lives. Even they might not have realized it if they hadn’t observed closely.
So, did Laverne really lose her memory, or was she deliberately hiding something?
Frederick wasn’t sure.
In fact, he was very close to the truth.
During the time Laverne was unconscious, although she was like a vegetable without consciousness, her senses of touch, smell, and hearing were intact.
From the moment Ablett and his wife used the removal of her breathing tube to blackmail Marguerite into wearing a mask, to the times they caused trouble at the hospital.
Laverne heard all of this, especially when she first woke up and saw Yuna trying to kill her.
At that moment, Laverne was ready to die.
But she didn’t expect her fate to be so good. God spared her life, and she decided to live on.
So, she pretended to have amnesia and played dumb to protect herself, first to make the enemy let their guard down, and then to secretly investigate the truth.
She was fully sure that Frederick had mistaken Marguerite from fifteen years ago as Yuna, but she was not sure if Frederick had the ability to protect her and Marguerite.
When the time is right, she will tell Frederick everything.
By then, the people of the Lockwood family, and what they have done to her and Marguerite, will be brought to light and scrutinized.