Divorce Is The Best Choice By Riley Mccarthy Free Online Novel



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Sarah’s question

She didn’t know how to describe her current mood.

In her impression of him, he had always been honest. Although his mind was fragile and his memory had been lost, she still felt he was sincere.

But now.


That was something she couldn’t stand.

“Apart from this, is there anything else he is hiding from me?” asked Sarah.

“Miss Yeats,” Chris opened up, knowing that if she kept guessing like this she would know for sure, “I can tell you everything, would you mind picking a monitor for the boss first?”

He couldn’t betray his boss, but he didn’t want to lie to Miss Yeats.

So…He had to compromise.

“A monitor?” Sarah was a little confused.

“I don’t know why the monitor in boss’s house is broken.” without the previous excuses, after all, only one day had passed. “I want to change one.”

“Just buy him another one and install it as you bought before.” Sarah didn’t think much of it.

Chris was still reminding, but not too explicitly, “There’s no point in me buying it, why don’t you choose one.”



She paused. She didn’t know how to answer.

Now that she had just known that Jason had lied to her; Chris asked her to choose a monitor.


“You’ll tell me about Jason once I’ve chosen?”


“I’ll have Sivan pick it out later and send it to you.” Sarah didn’t think much of it, just assumed it was a rather common thing to do, “Just pretend you don’t know Sivan picked it out.”

Chris: ””

In that case.

That would be meaningless.

“Why don’t you pick it out and bring it over yourself?” He continued.

“I have something else to do.” Sarah didn’t plan to choose.

After a short chat, Sarah hung up the phone. She didn’t pay much attention to the monitor, and her mind was full of the lies of Jason.

She had to have a talk with him about this.

“Will, you already knew Jason was lying?” Sarah asked.

It was Will who had just asked the question, and he wouldn’t have asked it if he didn’t have some suspicions.



“Yes,” nodded Will. “I suspected him when I saw him eating noodles last night. People wouldn’t eat that slowly after a long day of hunger, nor would they react that way if they had a poor appetite.”

She had a deep breath.

Will patted her on the shoulder, indicating her not to worry too much.

“I’ll go talk to him first.” Sarah watched the doctor walk out from inside and said, “I’m sorry about last night.”

How could he lie to me like that……

The more she thought about it, the more emotional she became.

She went straight into the room and looked at the man lying on the bed with a complicated look in her eyes.

“Sister……” Jason called out to her, then pointed to the infusion tube and asked in a slightly pitiful tone, “I don’t wanna do this, it’s uncomfortable.”

“If you want to get better, you should listen to the doctor,” said Sarah in a calm tone.

Jason had already sensed it.

Thinking of the scene that Will came in and took Sarah out just now, a suspicion arose in his mind: had Will told Sarah about the recovery of his mind?

If he had, it didn’t matter.

Will had no proof there. He could have pretended in front of Sarah.

“Jason,” Sarah called out to him.



There was no hint of the warmth of the previous care for him, there was just the attitude to a very normal person.

Jason’s hands tightened under the covers, but his face didn’t show a hint of it, “What’s wrong sis.”

“Why did you lie?”


With a confused look on his face. He pretended to be an innocent child.

“You clearly ate lunch and dinner yesterday, why did you say you didn’t?” Sarah asked directly and looked at him with a little bit of reproach in her eyes, “And the night at Will’s when you said that, why did you accuse people wrongly.”

A bit hostility grew in Jason’s heart. Was Sarah blaming him?

“Answer me.” Sarah seemed to be scolding a child.

Jason took one look at her, then removed the needle on his hand, pulled the covers over his head and turned his side with his back to her.

He wanted to say that he didn’t mean it, it was Chris who had taught him to do that.

But then he thought about it.

Sarah should know what Chris was like, and if anything went wrong here,

Sarah would really leave him to be raised by someone else.

Therefore, he had to calm down and think of a perfect plan.



When Sarah saw him acting like this, she didn’t uncover the quilt or coax him, but talked to him very seriously, “If you don’t give me a proper explanation for these two things, I’ll ask your father to come and take you home later.”

Jason still didn’t move.

Sarah called his name, “Jason.”

“You can send me away if you want to.” said Jason in a deep and low voice.

“You don’t like me anyway.”

Sarah stared at him curled up under the covers and spoke up, “I don’t dislike you; I just want to tell you that lying is bad, and I don’t know why you lied.”

He was silent.

Sarah went to the other side and lifted the quilt off his head.

Just as she was about to ask something, she saw Jason curled up with tears in his eyes, biting his lip, like an abandoned child, helpless, scared, but not wanting anyone to know that.

Her indifferent attitude was softened. It was really… hard to see anyone cry.

“Tell me, why did you lie?” she tried to calm herself down and asked him.

He looked at her and moved away stubbornly, clearly not wanting to talk.

This acting skill.

Anyone who saw it would give a perfect score.

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“If you still don’t tell me, I’ll leave.” Sarah just wanted an explanation from him. “I hope you can tell me the reason. Don’t lie.”

“If I didn’t do that, you wouldn’t care about me,” said Jason in a low voice.

“If you knew that I had a good meal yesterday and you wouldn’t talk to me much or care about me after you picked me up,”

Sarah frowned.

She couldn’t figure it out.

“I know you don’t want me. You think I’m a burden,” said Jason in a choked voice. “But I’ll be good, I’ll listen, I’ll understand.”

“Don’t think too much.” Sarah didn’t know what to say, so she could only tell the truth, “I will take care of you since I pick you up from Serial. So go apologize to Will later, okay.”

“Will you like me a little more if I apologize?” Jason asked, pursing his lips.

“You have to promise me that you won’t lie anymore.” she said.

“No problem,” said Jason

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