Chapter 566 You’re Only Regretting After Making The Mistake
Abigail broke eye contact and remained silent. Instead, she tried to pull her hand away. Unfortunately, Sean held onto her tighter and spoke gently, “Abigail, I won’t bring this up again in the future.”
“But you already have,” she calmly pointed out. This is his usual pattern, realizing his mistakes only after he’s made them. Maybe it was the alcohol, but she no longer felt the need to suppress her emotions. So, she stared at him and said, “Whether it was our marriage, your lecision to save Luna, or now taking the Pearsons’ side. It doesn’t matter because you’ve only considered your own thoughts. My feelings mean. nothing to you, and you always realize your mistakes later. So, what’s the point?”
“I’m sorry,” he muttered.
“I know you think there’s still a chance for our marriage after convincing me to return to the Pearsons. But have you ever considered my feelings? I thought you would stand by my side, but I guess I was too naive.” A sarcastic chuckle escaped her lips.
“I never thought about that. All I want is for you to have parents who love and support you, so they can be there for you if anyone tries to take advantage of you in the future,” he earnestly explained.
“Do you think I’m a child? I’ve endured so much bullying and made it this far. Do I still need someone to protect me? I can stand up for myself and I’m not afraid of anyone, including you.” Her eyes burned with
Sean sheepishly touched his nose. “You’re right. I wasn’t thinking clearly, but I promise I won’t do this again.”
She simply snorted coldly and ignored him once more. He was always quick to apologize, but unfortunately, he would repeat the same mistakes. So, she couldn’t be bothered with him anymore.
After leaving the hotel, he helped her into the car. Instead of immediately starting the engine, he looked out the window and asked, “I know you find me annoying, but you and the Pearsons need closure. You can’t keep going on like this forever.”
Of course, Abigail understood that. Even Analise wanted her to return to the Pearsons, thinking that everything could be resolved since it was all just a misunderstanding. If she continued to act hostile towards Lawrence and his wife, Analise would only see her as childish.
“Have a good conversation with Grandma later and see what she has to say before making a decision. I’ll stay out of your affairs. At this point, Sean genuinely worried that he would say something wrong and upset her again. More importantly, he had no idea what would trigger her.
She gave him a disdainful look. “Do you think I’m being unreasonable because you interfered in my
“What do you want me to say?” He sighed wearily, Nothing I say is right…
She maintained a deadpan expression. “Just shut up, then.”
He was left speechless. Truthfully, he found her difficult to deal with at the moment. Nevertheless, he had to face the consequences of his past actions, even if it meant shedding tears.
They returned to the company and found Analise sitting on the couch. Abigail approached her slowly and greeted softly, “Grandma.”
Sean stood at the door and didn’t join them. Analise had been sulking ever sine. Abigai left “So, you do
know the way home, huh?” she scoffed, raising her head to look at Abigail.
Abigail pursed her lips before saying, “This is my home. Of course, I’m coming home after dinner.”
Analise snorted and didn’t respond immediately. Just as Abigail was about to sit next to her, Analise suddenly said sternly, “Stand right there and reflect on yourself.”
Abigail wouldn’t defy an angry Analise, especially knowing that the latter had high blood pressure. So, she stood stiffly next to Analise. Meanwhile, Sean couldn’t help but grin at the sight.
“Although I said I would let you handle things on your own… your parents have been making a lot of effort to find you. Yes, they made mistakes with Kelly, but they were deceived and manipulated by their own. family. As humans, we can’t guarantee that we won’t make mistakes in our lives,” Analise said with a heavy heart, her gaze fixed on Abigail, who simply nodded silently. “Sigh…” The moment she saw her stubborn granddaughter, Analise knew that Abigail wasn’t listening to a word she said. In the end, Analise couldn’t bring herself to finish her lecture.
“Give me some time, Grandma,” Abigail said, not expecting anyone to understand her because not everyone could comprehend the torment she experienced when L.Moon was under attack from all side. Sean couldn’t understand, and neither could Analise. None of them could understand how she felt when Scarlett slapped her. Regardless, she had grown accustomed to dealing with everything on her own.
“Your parents are sincere in their efforts to make amends. I know you’re upset because of what they did to you in the past, but we all have our flaws. Now, they have turned against their own siblings for your sake and are completely on your side. Besides, I wouldn’t feel as worried if you had someone other than me by your side,” Analise said, holding Abigail’s hand. “Abigail, sometimes you have to learn to open up and not dwell on painful memories from the past, making your life miserable. You need to look ahead,” she added in a comforting tone. “The older I get, the more concerned I become about you. But when I see how much your parents care for you… I don’t worry as much as I used to.”
Tears welled up in Abigail’s eyes after hearing Analise’s words. “Grandma, don’t say things like that. You’re still healthy.”
“Nobody knows what the future holds.” Analise gently caressed Abigail’s face, her eyes filled with love.