Serve No One This Life by Fleur Delacour Chapter 331

Serve No One This Life by Fleur Delacour Chapter 331

Chapter 331 She Still Couldn’t Accept It

Remembering Jonathan’s miserable condition, Daniel couldn’t help but sigh.

When Jonathan asked him not to tell Angela at that time, he remained silent.

He wouldn’t inform Angela, but deep down, he hoped that she would find out and be able to help.

Angela, a descendant of a renowned acupuncturist, possessed exceptional medical talent. Given Jonathan’s peculiar illness, her assistance could greatly benefit his recovery.

Upon hearing Daniel’s account, Angela stood frozen in shock. She had assumed Jonathan only injured his left arm, unaware of the extent of his injuries.

No wonder he had refused her offer of acupuncture on his leg again.

*Please elaborate on the situation from that day,” Angela requested, seeking to understand the injuries Jonathan had sustained.

Their conversation continued, while on the other side, Yaxley waited in the hospital lobby after bringing the unconscious person for treatment.

“The patient fainted but has received IV fluids and should regain consciousness soon,” a nurse informed Yaxley before leading him to the ward.

The hospital was small with basic facilitieschosen for its proximity. In the emergency ward, several beds were empty, while others were occupied by patients receiving intravenous drips.

“You’re awake,” the nurse said as she guided Yaxley to the corner bed, where the patient was stirring.

Upon closer inspection, Yaxley noticed the patient’s attractive appearance, albeit slightly pale. While she typically paid little attention to physical beauty, the person before she caught her


As the nurse attended to the patient, she mentioned, “Once the IV is complete, you may leave. Feel free to talk while I attend to other tasks.”

After the nurse departed, the patient timidly asked, “Am I in the hospital?”

This was obviously a rhetorical question, but Yaxley patiently gave an answer.

“Yes.” After responding and rubbing his temples, Yaxley asked with concern, “Are you feeling


Chapter 331 She Still Couldn’t Accept It

uncomfortable anywhere?”

The nurse had checked her basic condition before leaving, and she hadn’t even expressed basic concern. Yaxley noticed that her complexion was abnormally pale, so he asked to ease the atmosphere.

As soon as he said that, Yaxley felt a bit uncomfortable.

He usually wouldn’t say such things, nor was he the kind of person who could say such things.

Just a little dizzy.” Fanny lay on the hospital bed, still not fully awake, staring blankly at Yaxley.

Fanny only remembered that it was raining after she came out of the rental house. At first, the rain wasn’t heavy, and she didn’t mind. Getting a little wet in the rain helped her stay calm when she was in a bad mood.

But as the rain got heavier, her mood also became lower. She was crossing the road in the rain when a bright light flashed, and then she fell to the ground.

When she woke up again, she was in a hospital.

“Dizzy? It could be from waking up suddenly,” Yaxley suggested, inquiring. “Do you feel any discomfort anywhere?”

Fanny attempted to move her limbs and sit up on the bed.

As she tried to push herself up, Yaxley quickly reached out to support her.

“Be careful. You’re on IV. Yaxley cautioned as he helped her sit up.

With his assistance, Fanny sat up and softly expressed her gratitude. “Thank you.”

“No need to thank me. If you’re not seriously injured, I’ll take my leave,” Yaxley said, checking

the time.

It was getting late, and this unexpected incident had eaten into his rest time significantly.

“Please wait.” Fanny feared he would leave without a word, so she grabbed his hand and hastily asked, “Did you save me? I can’t let you cover the medical expenses. I’ll reimburse you.”

She felt compelled to keep him around, not just to repay him but also because she felt a sense of familiarity with him, though she couldn’t place where.


Chapter 331 She Still Couldn’t Accept It

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“In fact, you fainted in front of my car. I happened to be passing by and brought you to the hospital. I’ve already taken care of the medical bills, so you need not worry about that,” Yaxley explained matter–of–factly.

Fanny bit her lip, met Yaxley’s gaze, and inquired. “Can I have your contact information?”

Fanny bit her lip, met Yaxley’s gaze, and asked, ‘Can I have your contact information?”

She still didn’t want to give up and wanted to get Yaxley’s contact information.

Having a keen eye for social status, Fanny was convinced that Yaxley came from a better background than Christopher.

The thought of Christopher made Fanny uneasy.

Politely declining Fanny’s request, Yaxley stated, “I don’t think it’s necessary.”

Though he found Fanny attractive, he admired her from a distance and had no intentions of further acquaintance. His focus was on his research and studies at the moment.

“But…” Fanny hesitated.

Ever since learning that Christopher was in Northland and actively dating, Fanny couldn’t shake off her restlessness.

Feeling unsettled, she subconsciously sought out someone superior to Christopher.

“If you’re feeling better, I’ll take my leave,” Yaxley said.


Dealing with family matters earlier had left him drained, and he longed to return to his hotel. room for some peace and quiet.

“I’m fine. Thank you,” Fanny replied as Yaxley departed.

After Yaxley left, Fanny realized she had been away from the villa for too long and worried that Dylan might be upset.

Unable to find her phone, she borrowed one to inform Dylan of the accident and her plan to return in the morning.

Pleased with Fanny’s softened demeanor, Dylan mentioned taking her to a dinner party that evening before ending the call.

Thinking of Christopher, Fanny accepted Dylan’s invitation without hesitation.

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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