Divorce Is The Best Choice By Riley Mccarthy Free Online Novel



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It’s a business

Chris finished installing the new one. Then he said tentatively,

“Would you like to see if the last surveillance video is damaged, Miss Yeats?”

“There is no need to do so.” Sarah said with confidence.

She believed in her ability.

Chris insisted, “Well, I suggest you have a look.”

Sarah cast him a confusing glance and then stared at the computer.

She clicked the last surveillance video which happened to be the day when Jason came to find Chris.

She watched the whole video in one sitting. Actually, she didn’t intend to do so if it weren’t for Chris. Listening to the conversation in the video, Sarah’s eyes turned cold.

“I know he has completely recovered.” She closed the video. “He confessed to me.”

If she saw the video before Jason confessed to her, she might feel a trifle annoyed.

But now nothing mattered. She only cared about what was the game he was referring to.

After talking with Chris, she left.

It was not until then that she fully understood why Chris repeatedly asked her to help choose a monitor for Jason.

He wanted her to know that Jason was lying to her. She didn’t find it at first because she didn’t pay much attention on it.



Sarah returned home. She put a call through to Serial.

He must have known that Jason was fully recovered, but he had been keeping it from her.

Serial was abroad when he answered Sarah’s phone. He mistakenly thought that

Jason’s situation got worse: “What’s wrong with Jason?”

“Nothing.” Sitting on the sofa, Sarah felt a big rick weighing on her heart. “I just want to ask you something.”

“What is it?”

“You know that Jason has completely recovered. But why did you tell me that he was partly recovered?”

Serial was stunned at once.

What happened?

Jason’s disguise was seen through by Sarah?

“Tell me, how is Jason’s treatment going?” Sarah asked, “What are you hiding from me?”

“Why do you ask me that?” Serial’s tone was as mild as usual, but his heart was about to jump out of his throat. “Didn’t I tell you before?”

“Serial Lance.” Sarah said word by word.

Serial tried to hold his composure, “Is there something wrong with Jason?”



Sarah knew that she couldn’t sound out Serial’s true thoughts via phone. But the more he was reserved about Jason’s condition, the more she felt that Jason got into trouble.

“If his loses his temple or gets extreme, you can directly knock him out or give him a sedative.” Serial said immediately, “Remember, don’t drive him crazy.”

“How do you know that he will lose his temper?” Sarah retorted.

Viewed from Jason’s previous meetings with Serial, whether before or after the accident, he seemed like a normal people.

Not to mention that Jason’s head had experienced a huge change- his mental state underwent a transition from being a five-year-old boy to a grown-up.

From what Chris said, when Jason went to see Serial, they had a friendly conversation. In this case, why did Serial think Jason would become extreme?

Sarah didn’t think much about it before. But now she sensed something was wrong.

“I’m his doctor, I certainly know his physical condition.” Serial found that he had slipped his tongue, so he cobbled together an explanation, “Trust me.”

Sarah fell silent for a while. “I will investigate you later.”

In other words…

She would hack into his database.

Serial’s eyes went as wide as saucers.

He couldn’t keep his composure anymore, “K, I don’t think you are the kind of person who would casually hack into other’s base or system. Didn’t you say this is an unreasonable behavior?”



“Just so you know.” Sarah put on a serious face, no kidding at all.

Serial didn’t know what to do.

She was K! The top hacker!

Even if he deleted something now, Sarah could recover it: it was a piece of cake for her.

What should he do?

“I admit that I’m hiding the truth about Jason.” After careful consideration, Serial chose to confess, “But I can’t tell you now. Could I tell you when I come back and make sure that Jason is psychologically stable?”

He wouldn’t have to be so careful if he was facing any other people. But the man standing in front of him was K.

“Serial, please tell me what situation he is in now.” Sarah’s voice was low and urgent.

“Don’t you think he is totally different from what he looked like before?” Serial didn’t say it clearly, he knew that smart as Sarah was, she could get what he meant.

As expected, Sarah was frozen for a while.

Suddenly, she seemed to think of something. She wrinkled her nose, “You mean… Jason has a new personality?”

“I’m not sure about it yet.” Serial compromised, there was no need to keep Sarah in the dark. “I can’t explain Jason’s condition clearly to you now. Just remember, don’t cause him any emotional stress”

“When will you come back?” Sarah felt that Jason’s mental state was a little beyond her expectation.



“Barring accidents, I’ll be in New York tomorrow afternoon.” Serial was as edgy as Sarah, “I’ll give you an explanation when I arrive.”

Sarah agreed.

After hanging up the phone, she recalled every bit of time she had spent with Jason. His personality, behavior, and thoughts were far different from those before.

Maybe his deal with Serial was also related to his illness.

Serial told her that he was not sure whether the soul in Jason’s body now was his new personality or not. Such being the case…

She had to investigate Jason.

She signed heavily at this thought.

If Jason had made a deal with Serial to save her… Then how could she face him?

Thinking about this, she suddenly wanted to know where Jason was now. How she hoped he could restore his memory and have a talk to with her.

She stood up abruptly.

Then she called Jason.

Darkness fell. Jason wasn’t at home or in the hotel, but in a dilapidated warehouse in the suburbs.

Hearing his phone ring, he took out it, glanced at the caller and hung up without hesitation.

Afraid that Sarah would be worried about him, he sent her a message, “The game has not started yet. I can’t contact you for the time being. Don’t skip meals. See you tomorrow.” After sending the message,

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he shut down his phone and put it in his pocket. Then his gaze fell on several muscular people opposite him. “Mr. Noth…”

These men kept trembling, “What can I do for you?”

“Let’s get down to business.” Jason blurted out.

They dared not say anything.

Jason was the boss of the Noth Group. What kind of business he could discuss with them?

“As long as you do what I say, I will give each of you one million.”

Sitting there leisurely, Jason emitted an imposing and aloof air. These men looked at each other in confusion, daring not to ask Jason what business he was referring to.

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