Serve No One This Life by Fleur Delacour Chapter 320

Serve No One This Life by Fleur Delacour Chapter 320

Chapter 320 Summoning Her Back to Riverdon

“Dad, you may not be able to leave Riverdon now. The police in Riverdon are still investigating you, aren’t they?”

With this reminder from Fanny, George suddenly remembered why he had been staying home these days and became even gloomier.

“In that case, Fanny, you go to Northland. Find Angela and make her come back to Riverdon! As for Jonathan and Joseph, I will talk to them.”

This was the best plan George could come up with.

“Are you sure, Dad?” Fanny asked hesitantly, but her tears had stopped.

“Of course! Don’t worry. Angela doesn’t have support in Northland, but I know people there who can help when needed.” George reassured her.

Upon hearing this, Fanny brightened. She thought she could only rely on George to persuade her brothers to let her leave Riverdon, but she didn’t expect that he also knew people in the Northland.

Sowhen arrive in Northland, Angela will be in for a surprisewon’t she?It turns out that playing the victim in front of George is effective, she thought.

Having achieved her goal, Fanny did not stay long in George’s room.

Before leaving, she continued her sentence in tears, “Dad, please talk to Jonathan and Joseph about this matter. Otherwise, they won’t feel at ease with me leaving home.” 

George immediately accepted her request. Ever since he discovered that Linda had turned into what she was now, all because of Angela, he had been itching to get back at her. He felt a twinge of pain as he remembered how Linda had hurt him, although it had all happened in a chaotic and foolish circumstance.

After Fanny left, he could not resist visiting the hospital to find Linda. However, when he asked the nurse, he discovered that Linda was no longer there.

“Where did she go?” George asked loudly.

The nurse was startled by him and inexplicably looked at him. “She was sent to a mental hospital. She went crazy and had no family, so she could only be sent there.”

George felt heartbroken and asked which mental hospital it wasthen went straight there.


When he arrived, George saw Linda. Linda was quietly curled up in the corner of the bed, looking harmless and pitiful.

He called out softly. “Linda,” but got no response. He took a bold step forward, but she still did not show any reaction.

The person behind George said, “She has been like this since she was brought in. No response. Just staring at things blankly.”

“Is there any possibility of her recovering? Has she shown no other reactions?” George asked.

The person shook his head and said, “I’m just part–time worker at this hospital, so I’m not very familiar with her situation. You might want to ask the doctor.”

George said, “I am her family. Can I take her out of the hospital?”

The person replied, “Go ask the doctor. I am not sure, but it should be okay.”

George was slightly annoyed by his lack of information but did not throw a tantrum. “Thank you anyway. I’ll talk to her before leaving”

The person left without saying a word, leaving only George and Linda in the cramped room.

Linda had remained seated from the beginning as if she had not heard a word of George’s conversation with the other person.

George closed the door and walked towards Linda. “Linda?”

Linda did not reactso he reached out, pulled her upand lifted her head.

“Linda, it’s me. Are you awake?” George held her face, speaking to her up close.

Linda’s gaze was initially unfocused, but she looked around in confusion as her head was raised. When her vision cleared, she suddenly became frantic.


Linda fiercely sank her teeth into his nose, then yanked back as if trying to rip it off.

George’s face contorted in pain as he attempted to push Linda away, but her vicious bite held firm. Bright red blood poured from the wound on his nose, flowing freely. At George’s screams, someone outside began knocking and banging on the door. Eventually, the door was unlocked with a key.

As the door swung open, everyon

was taken aback. George had lost consciousness, his nose


Chapter 820 Summoning Her Back to Riverdon

was completely severed, and his face was drenched in blood.

On the other hand, Linda was chewing on something, her expression fiercely intense.

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A group of people rushed George to the hospital, where they discovered fragments of his nose in Linda’s mouth, too mangled to be reattached. Upon hearing the news, James and Joseph hurried to the hospital, shocked and perplexed by Linda’s attack on George. At the same time. Fanny arrives at the hospital disguised in a mask and hat to avoid being recognized.

Jonathan, Joseph, what happened to Dad?” George’s sudden hospitalization took Fanny aback.

Just moments before, she had spoken with George, who had promised to help her persuade

their two brothers.

That woman, Linda, attacked Dad.” Joseph, the first to arrive, provided more details.

“Why did he go see Linda again? She already harmed him before. Why would he visit that woman again? James, already stressed about work, grew even more frustrated upon learning. of George’s return to Linda.

Feeling uneasy, Fanny lowered her head.

The brothers failed to notice her discomfort, and Joseph attempted to reassure her, “Fanny, don’t worry. Your situation is not resolved yet. You should head home.”

He feared Fanny might be recognized, as the Kins Family was already a subject of gossip, and he did not want to add more drama at that moment.

With a pale face, Fanny hesitated to leave. She feared George might reveal something after surgery, and she did not want her brothers to know that George visited Linda because of something she had said. Furthermore, she never expected George to return to Linda after mentioning Angela to him.

She could not comprehend George’s actions at all.

Did he believe his supposed true love could cure Linda, who is already unstable? she thought.

“Joseph, I’m worried about Dad. Please let me stay here,” Fanny weakly requested, leaning against the wall.

Joseph sighed at her words and her masked appearance. “Alright, Fanny. If you are unwell, you must tell me.”


Three of them waited outside, with James reviewing documents while they waited. The company had been facing numerous challengeskeeping him occupied. Even in such situation, he could not completely detach from the company’s affairs.

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.
Serve No One This Life Novel (Angela and Joseph)
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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