Serve No One This Life by Fleur Delacour Chapter 340

Serve No One This Life by Fleur Delacour Chapter 340

Chapter 340 I Am Occupied, Let Him Go

As Angela brewed tea, the ongoing discussion outside caught her attention. Just as she pondered whether to step out or remain in, Yarrison entered the kitchen.

“Angela, is there anything I can help with?” Yarrison inquired.

Being acknowledged as Jonathan’s wife made Angela feel slightly uneasy, but she chose not to say anything.

“I have prepared some tea. Shall we take it out now?” She suggested, concerned that she might not be suitable to overhear the conversation outside.

Yarrison picked up the tea and reassured, “Let’s go, Angela. They are not discussing anything significant.”

The affairs of the Lorenzo Family were not confidential. There was no need to conceal anything.

The two exited the kitchen one after the other. As Angela approached Jonathan, she observed Jonathan patting Spencer’s shoulder and heard him say, “You will accompany me to the company today, where I’ll have someone help you get acquainted.”

Spencer agreed, “Okay.”

“What? You’re joining Jon’s company so soon?” Yarrison couldn’t help but ask Spencer upon hearing this.


Spencer replied, “Yes, I’ve been in a bit of a slump for a few days; it’s time to pull myself together.”

Seeing Angela emerge, Jonathan took her hand and inquired, “Will you accompany me to the company today?”

On the last day of the weekend, he didn’t want Angela to be alone, especially after the events. of the previous night; he couldn’t rest assured.

“I’ll go with you. Just to be cautious.” Since Yarrison and Spencer were present, Angela. refrained from mentioning Jonathan’s injury.

Jonathan nodded.

Yarrison departed as everyone went out. Jonathan explained to Angela in the back seat of the car that Spencer would assist at his company.


In regard to this matter, Angela merely listened without paying much attention. However, when Jonathan explained this to her, she found it quite intriguing.

Upon Spencer’s arrival at the company, he immediately began working with Jonathan’s subordinates while Angela remained in Jonathan’s office, engrossed in reading.

She had a meeting scheduled with Yaxley later in the afternoon to discuss a topic, so she needed to organize everything beforehand.

During a quiet moment in the office, the assistant outside suddenly knocked on the door and entered.

“Mr. Lawson, there is someone outside looking for you, claiming to be your brother. The Northland branch staff were unfamiliar with Christopher and doubted his identity.

Upon hearing that Christopher was outside, Jonathan glanced at Angela and replied, “I’m occupied; ask him to leave.”

Christopher had previously embarrassed himself in front of Angela, and his return raised suspicions. Is he planning to cause scene once more?

Christopher might have had such intentions, but he wouldn’t be given the opportunity.

Upon receiving Jonathan’s directive, the assistant promptly went out to escort Christopher


Angela inquired, “Does he have anything important to convey?”

Jonathan responded, “What important matter could he possibly have? It’s best if he doesn’t stir up trouble.”

“True.” Recalling Christopher’s previous disruptive behavior, Angela chose not to dwell on the matter. After all, troublemakers remain bothersome regardless of the setting.

With no further conversation in the office, both of them focused on their respective tasks.

Meanwhile, outside the door. Upon hearing the assistant’s message, Christopher muttered to himself before departing.

If it weren’t for Michael urging him to apologize, he wouldn’t have dared to approach Jonathan. He had no desire to encounter Jonathan–much like a mouse avoiding a cat.

Compared to Michael, his fear of Jonathan was more pronounced.

As he left Jonathan’s company, Michael called.


Reluctant to answer but fearful of the consequences, he eventually picked up the call after a


“Have you apologized to Jonathan?” Michael’s voice came through the phone, lacking softness and tinged with a hint of helplessness.

Christopher hesitated before saying, “No, he’s busy. He has no time to meet me.”

Upon hearing this, Michael didn’t bring it up again but instead said, “Then go visit the families I told you about. If they speak highly of you, you know what to do, right?”

“I…” Christopher began to protest, but Michael didn’t give him a chance to refuse. “What are you hesitating for? Go now!”

Christopher glanced at the hung–up phone, let out a bitter chuckle, and hailed cab.

As the car drove toward the mall, he got out and saw a familiar figure.

“Fanny…” Christopher couldn’t believe his eyes as he watched Fanny in the distance. More importantly, Fanny was holding hands with someone.

He stood there dumbfounded until the two in front walked into a store, and he still hadn’t come back to his senses.

Fanny was led into the store by Yaxley, appearing extremely uncomfortable. Yaxley seemed stiff as well. But he didn’t release Fanny’s hand.

“What do yo


feel like eating? I’ll take you back after the meal,” Yaxley said.

Initially, Yaxley had planned to take Fanny straight home. However, upon leaving the hotel. Fanny suddenly expressed hunger, prompting him to suggest going out to eat.

Yaxley believed that since Fanny had accepted his engagement proposal, he should display a positive and attentive demeanor.

Therefore, despite mentioning taking Fanny out for a meal, he secretly entertained the thought of purchasing a gift for her.

He felt that they should go through the process like a normal couple.


However, before they entered the mall, Yaxley felt that something was wrong. It wasn’t until Fanny was almost knocked down by someone that he pulled her into his arms.

After that, he kept holding Fanny’s hand without letting go.


“Just eat whatever,” Fanny whispered.

She lowered her eyes, adopting a submissive posture, and spoke softly, as if a bit shy.

“How about Western food?” Yaxley asked.

Seeing Fanny nod, Yaxley took her to a Western restaurant.

He deliberately chose a private room to make Fanny feel more comfortable.

With fewer people around, Fanny did relax a lot.

Yaxley took a seat opposite Fanny, mindful not to startle her, and intentionally spoke in a low voice. “Your name is Fanny. Can I call you Fanny?”

“M–Mr. Collier, you can call me anything,” Fanny nodded, a hint of shyness in her response.

“Just call me Yaxley. Although what happened last night was an accident, I actually found you very attractive when I met you the day before yesterday.” Yaxley carefully chose his words as he expressed his thoughts.

“Huh?” Fanny was stunned.

Yaxley repeated, That rainy night when I took you to the hospital.”

Upon first laying eyes on Fanny, he did find her to be distinctive. Not for any particular reason but simply because it had been a considerable amount of time since he had encountered someone and genuinely found them good–looking.

However, at that time, he was very tired and did not allow himself to have any extra thoughts.

Fanny’s shock was genuine; she stared at Yaxley in a daze.

“I–Is that so? I actually. she said softly, but only said half of it before her ears turned red. Then, she directly turned it into gratitude, “Yaxley, thank you for helping me.”

Yaxley just smiled and looked at her without saying anything else.

Just as the atmosphere between the two became ambiguous, a sudden knock on the door interrupted them.

Yaxley assumed it was a waiter about to enter. But before he could say anything, the door was pushed open.

“Fanny, who is he?” Christopher’s voice echoed at the door, his eyes reflecting puzzlement


and confusion.

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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