Frederick stayed mum, but his gaze stayed sharp.
The truth was staring him in the face, so he hurriedly pulled out the documents from the file.
Inside were a lease agreement and two personal information sheets.
One was for an old woman named Laverne.
Before he could look at the other one, he saw a photo in the top left corner of the form.
The person in the photo had bright eyes, a high nose, and a cute little mouth. She looked exactly like Yuna.
Yuna, was really the little girl who saved him in his moment of crisis 15 years ago!
His pupils were shaking, his gaze moved down, and he realized his thumb was covering her name.
He moved his finger slowly, but he didn’t see the name clearly when someone pushed open the study door in a hurry.
‘Mr. Winston, something’s up! The Madame and Ms. Yuna are having a row in the room.”
Frederick looked up, “The Madame?”
That damn Marguerite, daring to mess with the woman he cared most about!
Frederick put down the documents, stood up and walked towards the door. His assistant asked nervously, “Mr. Winston, what about these documents?”
Frederick’s eyes were stormy, he replied curtly, “Destroy them.”
Just seeing the photo, he was already certain that Yuna was the little girl from 15 years ago. If she found out he was investigating her, she would be heartbroken.
After Frederick left, his assistant, following his instructions, threw the documents into the shredder.
The gears turned, the machine hummed, the documents, along with all the secrets, were shredded.
But what Frederick didn’t know was, the name on the documents was actually Marguerite Lockwood.
Meanwhile, Marguerite and Yuna were arguing in the room.
“Marguerite you shameless hussy, why are you in Frederick’s house? He’s my man! My man!” Yuna was shaking Marguerite wildly.
Marguerite was so dizzy from the shaking that she felt like throwing up her breakfast.
Before she could get a word in, Yuna slapped her across the face.
With a loud smack, Marguerite was knocked to the floor.
Holding her aching face, she felt a rage welling up inside her.
“Slut!” Yuna continued punching and kicking at Marguerite, “Are you jealous that I’m about to marry into a wealthy family, so you’re scheming to get close to Freddie? Look at yourself, do you think Frederick would give you a second glance? Slut! Homewrecker! Did you know that Freddie
Marguerite was fed up, so she raised her voice, pushed Yuna away, walked to the bedside table, and slammed their marriage certificate onto Yuna’s face.
“I’m his wife, where else would I live?”
Yuna was completely shocked, the names on the paper stung her eyes, and she couldn’t believe what she was seeing.
The day she and Frederick went to the city hall to register their marriage, they were told that Frederick was already married.
So, his mystery wife was that bitch Marguerite?
This was a fatal blow to Yuna.
She had schemed so hard to take Marguerite’s place, to build a relationship with Frederick, living in fear and trepidation every day, afraid that Frederick would find out the truth.
But she hadn’t expected that after all she’d been through, he still brought Marguerite home.
Frederick knew nothing about this, how did Marguerite get here before her?
Marguerite must have used some trick!
This woman was always good at charming people, even though she was prettier and better, the people of Marina Shores Village still preferred
Yuna was furious. She tried to snatch the marriage certificate and rip it up, but Marguerite quickly pulled her arm back.
“Yuna, look who’s the real homewrecker. This is legally binding. I am his lawfully wedded wife!”
“You’re lying!” Yuna screamed in disbelief at Marguerite, “He said he’d marry me!”
Marguerite wasn’t one to gloat, but Yuna was really pushing her buttons. Even with her mild personality, she couldn’t tolerate Yuna’s blatant bullying.
She held the certificate a bit tighter, her gaze cold, “I told you before, don’t flaunt things that aren’t certain. Are you sure he wants to marry you?” “You!” Yuna was so angry her face turned red, “Just you wait, I’m going to tell Frederick who you really are!”