Serve No One This Life by Fleur Delacour Chapter 306

Serve No One This Life by Fleur Delacour Chapter 306

Chapter 306 Better to Wait for a Miracle

“What are you looking at?” Jonathan asked, embracing Angela.

Angela shook her head. “Nothing. Let’s go back.”

Jonathan had been eager to take her home, so he held her and left.

In the distance, someone sighed as they watched the two of them. “Mr. Lawson and his wife are really clingy.”

Another person chimed in, sounding equally envious.

On the way, Angela mentioned to Jonathan about going to visit Scarlet the next day. Jonathan simply asked, “Do you want me to accompany you?”

“No need.” Angela shook her head. “Oliver will be with me.”

She was planning to visit the hospital the next day and would likely encounter members of the Kins Family. Dealing with the Kins Family was often bothersome, and she didn’t want Jonathan to get too involved.

He was already occupied with work every day, and she didn’t want him to waste his energy on unworthy individuals.

The following day, Angela arrived at the hospital early. Upon reaching Scarlet’s ward, she only found a caretaker snacking on sunflower seeds and engrossed in her phone.

When the caretaker, Evic, heard someone enter the ward, she quickly hid the sunflower seeds. Seeing Angela, she asked in confusion; “Did you come to the wrong ward?”

Angela glanced at her. “No, I didn’t.”

Evie said nothing else, pretending to tidy up the scattered seed shells around her. After stealing glances at Angela several times, she asked, “Are you here to visit Mrs. Kins? I haven’t seen you here before.”

Angela replied, “Yes, it’s my first visit. Just here to check and then leave.”

After speaking, she assessed Scarlet’s condition. Scarlet appeared to be asleep, with an empty drip bag attached. Angela saw that the drip bag was empty, and the blood had started to backflow slightly.

She promptly pressed the call button on the bedside of the hospital bed.


Chapter 306 Better to Wait for a Miracle-

Evie, observing her actions, asked loudly, “What are you doing?”

Angela glanced at her calmly, ignoring her and holding Scarlet’s hand with the drip.

Noticing that the tube attached to the hand was filled with blood, Evie became alarmed. “Hey, when did the drip finish so suddenly? I’ve been watching it the whole time.”

Angela twisted the drip tube a few times, allowing the blood to slowly return from the tube to the body until it was completely drained before removing the needle.

Evie looked at her somewhat awkwardly–uncertain of her identity–and could only remain silent, smiling sheepishly.

Angela did not expect to glean any useful information from Evie, who seemed indifferent, and carefully examined Scarlet’s condition.

Although Scarlet was in a vegetative state, her appearance suggested she was merely asleep. After a thorough examination, Angela confirmed that her condition was unusual.

If she were to receive treatment, it would be quite challenging. However, Angela was unaware that the doctors had already stated that Scarlet had a ninety percent chance of not waking up.

At the ward’s entrance, the nurse who responded to the call button inquired, “Has the drip finished?” 

Angela withdrew her gaze and replied calmly, “It’s done, and the needle has been removed. Is there anything else that needs to be administered?”

““How did you remove the needle by yourself? After removing the needle, you should-

“It’s been taken care of, Angela interrupted, disregarding the nurse’s instructions, and went to find Joseph.

She couldn’t comprehend the Kins Family’s thought process; how could they hire someone like Evie who couldn’t even provide proper care?

Joseph was surprised to see Angela. “Are you here to visit Mom?”

He hadn’t expected her to arrive so early. In his mind, Angela would have likely delayed or procrastinated.

“I’ve already visited her, and I suggest you replace the caretaker.”

After making that statement, Angela was preparing to leave, but Joseph stopped and caught up with her, asking, “Are you going to leave just like this?”



Chapter 306 Better to Wait for a Miracle

In response, Angela countered, “What else should I do?”

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She had not made any promises to George regarding treating Scarlet, and she certainly did. not possess magical abilities.

Scarlet’s condition–even with her grandmother present–seemed beyond help. She did not require treatment, but rather, a miracle.

With that said, Angela had no intention of staying and was ready to leave.

As Joseph reached out to stop her, he was intercepted by Oliver, who warned him with a stern glance.

Unable to stop her, Joseph followed her in puzzlement and inquired, “Are you really leaving? Did you come all this way just to criticize the caretaker?”

Although George had asked him to convince Angela, Joseph was unprepared. He assumed that upon seeing Scarlet’s current state, Angela would be inclined to attempt treatment.

“Not criticizing her, but just offering a friendly reminder. came to visit, that’s all. I made that clear to George Kins beforehand,” Angela explained patiently as she allowed him to follow.

While she spoke, Oliver kept a watchful eye on Joseph, as if anticipating any attempt by him to approach Angela.

Feeling somewhat helpless, Joseph asked, “Must we converse in this manner? How can I be certain that you actually visited Mom? Why not accompany me now to check on her?”

Chuckling, Angela came to a stop and remarked, “I saw the caretaker you hired snacking on

visit. sunflower seeds and engrossed in her phone. This is enough to say that I’ve paid my Instead of trying to guilt–trip me, why not put in the effort to find a more dedicated caretaker and await a miracle? Once that occurs, Scarlet Square will awaken.”

Perplexed, Joseph inquired, “What do you mean, Angela Kins? You’re saying all this, yet your refuse to accompany me to see Mom again. Are you implying that Mom requires a miracle to awaken?”

Angela, maintaining her composure even as Joseph grew more agitated, responded bluntly, “I’m not cursing her, just stating the reality.

After a moment of restraint, Joseph softened his tone and implored, “Will you accompany me to check on her again? Even if you have no intention of treating Mom, at least share thoughts on what might be wrong.”


“If you ask nicely. I might consider it,” Angela replied, crossing her arms and observing his


frustrated expression with a faint smile.

Indeed, there was a certain satisfaction in witnessing the misfortune of hateful people. Her visit to the hospital was not entirely fruitless,

Contemplating George’s ongoing police investigation and the bleak prognosis from the doctors about Scarlet. Joseph bowed his head. “I’m pleading with you, Angela.”

Satisfied, Angela turned to Oliver and suggested, “Let’s return and check on her once more.”

Oliver promptly caught up with her while Joseph clenched his teeth, appearing grim and mad.

Upon entering the ward, Angela spotted Fanny in the room. Evie was in a conversation with her, and they appeared to be getting along well.

When Fanny saw Angela, she frowned and exclaimed, “Why are you here? Don’t come bothering my mom. She doesn’t want to see you!”

Serve No One This Life by Fleur Delacour

Serve No One This Life by Fleur Delacour

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Status: Ongoing Type: Author: Artist: Released: March 21, 2024 Native Language: English

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In her old life, Angela Kins got snatched as a baby and only made it back home at age ten. Everybody thought she hit the jackpot with wealthy parents, four awesome brothers, and a good-looking fiancé. Angela herself totally bought into this fake fairytale. But, the love from her parents, the care from her bros, and the sweetness from her fiancé? Not meant for her. All that was showered on the adopted daughter who took on her identity for over a decade. The Kins Family dissed and mocked Angela big time, keeping her stuck in a tiny utility room while the impostor enjoyed a princess-like setup.
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Later on, she got hit with stomach cancer. And when she was on her deathbed, instead of feeling sad for her daughter's tough luck, her mom was bizarrely relieved because Angela's death meant her adopted kid would score a kidney. After her rebirth, Angela decided to ditch the old baggage. She said bye to family drama and romantic mess, choosing to rock a carefree and happy life on her own terms. But guess what? She had no clue she'd become a magnet for the attention of her ex-fiancé's big-shot older brother. This guy, with his tough rep, turned out to be a real softie. Behind closed doors, he clung to Angela, throwing sweet words and teasing her. Angela wanted out, realizing that being all mushy with guys could spell a lifetime of trouble.


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