Serve No One This Life by Fleur Delacour Chapter 338

Serve No One This Life by Fleur Delacour Chapter 338

Chapter 338 Who Did It?

Angela awoke in Jonathan’s embrace, feeling slightly disoriented and groggy.

“You’re awake.” Jonathan’s voice came through. When Angela saw him, she realized she was being held in his arms

Confused, Angela asked, “How did fall asleep? Are we heading home?”

Her last memory was of sitting on the couch in corner, watching Jonathan from afar. Then, she suddenly felt fatigued. She didn’t know she had dozed off.

Jonathan frowned at her words. Recalling the previous events, he replied softly, “Yes, we’re heading home now.”

They entered the car. Oliver drove attentively while Jonathan settled Angela in the back seat beside him.

“Do you feel sick?” Jonathan asked with concern.

Angela was confused. It was just a brief nap. Why does he look so anxious? Did something happen

“No, I just felt a bit dizzy earlier, but I’m fine now.” Angela rubbed her temples. Observing Jonathan’s persistent frown, she asked, “Did something happen?”

Jonathan sighed, about to explainwhen suddenly his phone rang.

Without pressing for further details, Angela allowed him to answer the call.

Jonathan responded promptly, and the caller informed him, “I’ve sent the surveillance video to your email, along with a few key screenshots. Shall I proceed with investigating those two waiters?”

“Yes, please. We’ll discuss it later.” Jonathan hung up the call after that.

In an affluent district in Northland, Yarrison stared at his disconnected phone, feeling speechless.

He started investigating the bank accounts of the two waiters. Unfortunately, their accounts. showed no recent suspicious transactions, suggesting that the individual behind it likely made cash payments.

Well, that didn’t make things any harder for him.

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Chapter 338 Who Did It?

He swiftly accessed the surveillance system to check if the two men had engaged in any dubious activities previously. Yet not all areas of the hotel were under surveillance, rendering his search fruitless.

Reviewing the movements of the two men once more, Yarrison found no incriminating footage. He promptly forwarded the men’s information to Jonathan for further investigation.

As for the guest room, tracing it proved futile.

Since the room was designated by the banquet host for guests to rest, it was reasonable for a waiter to escort someone there

“Why are you sneaking upstairs?” A voice interrupted Yarrison. “Are you trying to avoid drinking?”

Yarrison gazed at the speaker in disbelief. “Jon called me. Besides, I have a high alcohol tolerance. Why would I avoid drinking?” 

“Jon? Why did he call you? Isn’t he in Riverdon?” The individual conversing with Yarrison seemed familiar with Jonathan. Though unsure of Jonathan’s recent whereabouts, he knew he was supposed to be in Riverdon.

Yarrison explained, “I just found out that he’s actually in Northland, and he requested a small favor from me.”

Recalling Jonathan’s concern for the woman, Yarrison suddenly recalled that Jonathan seemed to have gotten married before he returned to the country. Could that woman be his wife

“What’s on your mind? Since he’s here, let’s meet another day. Come downstairs with me now. You haven’t finished your drink,” the man urged, leading Yarrison downstairs.

In the car, after ending the call, Jonathan examined the few images sent to him.

The more he scrutinized them, the darker his expression grew. Finally, he composed himself and disclosed to Angela, “You fainted earlier and were taken to a room.”

Startled, Angela asked, “Who did it?”

“Two waiters, but I’m not sure who instructed them. Let’s head home first. I’ll have someone look into this further,” Jonathan explained.

Fully alert now, Angela quickly assessed herself. When she found no discomfort, she asked, “Was it orchestrated by someone? But I don’t feel sick anywhere.”

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She was worried that Jonathan had gotten it wrong.

“Take a look at this surveillance footage,” Jonathan said as he took out his phone, opened an email, and showed Angela.

After watching the footage. Angela suddenly understood why Jonathan suspected someone was behind it.

When those two individuals approached her, she suddenly fainted, which was quite abnormal.

“Who paid for the room they took me to? Investigating this may lead us to the person behind

it.”

Angela felt a wave of fear. She had only been unconscious for 20 minutes. If it weren’t for Jonathan’s quick reaction, she might still be in that room.

“The room was prepared by the banquet host for the guests,” Yarrison explained it in the email. Since the waiters escorted Angela there, their only option now was to question them.

However, if they refused to admit being instructed by someone, there would be no other way.

“Oh, these two…” Angela said suddenly, “When they approached me, I caught a whiff of a distinct fragrance.”

“What kind of fragrance?” Jonathan asked.

Angela shook her head. “I’m not sure, but it made me feel sick.”

She had smelled various fragrances that night and couldn’t recall them at that moment.

Caressing her hair, Jonathan gently comforted her. “Let’s not dwell on it now. Let’s go home and rest. I will handle this.”

They quickly arrived home. Jonathanconcerned for Angela, called a doctor to examine her

at home.

The doctor found nothing wrong, and Angela felt fine, so they freshened up and went to bed.

The next morning, Yaxley woke up with a slight headache, feeling as though he had slept uncomfortably.

As he opened his eyes, he was shocked by what he saw.

There was a woman in his arms with her face pressed against his chest, and both of them

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were unclothed.

In a daze, he pushed her away and woke her up.

With that push, Yaxley finally saw who it was.

It was Fanny.

Fanny woke up, looking disoriented. When she saw Yaxley in the same bed, she let out a scream and sat up sharply as though she were startled.

“W–Why are you in my room?” Her face flushed, and her eyes wide with shock as she covered herself with the blanket. Tears were streaming down her face.

Yaxley was taken aback by her tears, slowly regaining his senses.

Noticing that Fanny wasn’t wearing anything, he quickly averted his gaze.

“I don’t know,” he admitted. Despite his confusion, he assured her, “Don’t worry. I will take responsibility,”

Fanny continued to cry, but her sobs faded. She didn’t respond to Yaxley’s words. Instead, she observed him silently.

“How… I don’t even know your name. How can you take responsibility?” Fanny asked, wiping her tearsShe noticed Yaxley’s avoidance and began to study him directly.

She was pleased with Yaxley’s reaction and even more satisfied with his background.

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Not only did she know Yaxley’s name, but she also learned about his family background from Dylan.

The Collier Family held a prominent position in the business community of Northland. She was determined to outshine Angela in this regard.

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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