Let me go, Mr. Hill By Shallow South Chapter 150

In the afternoon, Catherine had just stepped out of the elevator when Ethan’s figure appeared and blocked her way.

“Do you know how annoying you are? Didn’t I make things clear to you the last time?”

Catherine saw him and took a detour.

“Cathy, your grandmother passed away!” Ethan suddenly grabbed her arm. “Don’t you know anything about it?”

Catherine’s body shook. She turned around slowly, her eyes filled with disbelief. “You’re lying!”

“I’m not. I kept calling you today because I wanted to comfort you, but it looks like the Jones family really didn’t tell you anything.”

Ethan had just finished speaking when Catherine broke away from him and ran to her car.

However, her hands were shaking so much that she could not open the door.

“Come on, you can’t drive like this. I’ll take you there since I know the place.” Ethan took her car keys and opened the door. He helped her in and buckled her seatbelt before speeding to the funeral parlor.

After getting out of the car, Catherine stumbled and rushed into the hall.

When the portrait of Granny Jones entered her sight, the truth that she did not want to believe was finally cemented.

Tears fell down her cheeks in large droplets.

She never thought that the engagement party would be the last time she saw her grandmother.

She was too unfilial. She had let her grandmother down.

“Who let you in here?” Dressed in black, Jeffery looked at her with a belly full of anger and dragged her to the door. “Get the hell out!”

“Why can’t I come? I’m Grandma’s granddaughter.” Catherine stood up and struggled like a wild beast with red eyes. “Why didn’t you tell me that Granny died? You even deprived me of my right to see her off for the last time! This family is simply deranged!”

“How dare you scold me, you wretch?!”

Jeffery raised his hand to slap her face, but Ethan rushed up to block him, saying angrily, “Did Cathy say anything wrong? Granny Jones loved Cathy ever since she was a child. If you don’t even let Cathy send her off one last time, aren’t you afraid that Granny’s spirit won’t die in peace?”

The words ‘die in peace’ made Jeffery’s pupils shrink fiercely.

Catherine did not notice that and simply asked blankly, “Why did Granny suddenly die? Although she was paralyzed the last time I saw her, she could still eat well. She shouldn’t have left so suddenly.”

Jeffery’s thin lips trembled. Surprisingly, it seemed as if he had forgotten how to speak.

At the side, Rebecca sighed sadly and said, “Grandma didn’t eat much after that and her mental condition was a mess. In addition, the incident with James and you caused the company to be in a bad situation, so Mom and Dad have been busy trying to fix the situation and occasionally neglected Granny. Who would’ve thought that… she left just like that.”

Rebecca shed tears as she spoke, “Dad, don’t be so hard on yourself.”

Jeffery was reminded by Rebecca’s words and whirled around to face Catherine. “This is all your fault! If you hadn’t messed up Summit, I wouldn’t have been troubled with so many matters and your grandmother wouldn’t have died.”

Ethan could not bear to listen to him anymore. “Uncle, how could you still push the blame onto Cathy even at this point? It’s obvious that it’s because you didn’t discipline James well. He did all those things because you indulged him. You reap what you sow.”

“Ethan, I know that you don’t think well of us anymore because we annulled our marriage, but you can’t slander my father like this,” Rebecca accused with red eyes.

Ethan might have been able to bear it in the past, but after he had seen Rebecca’s true colors, he felt sicker the more he saw her.

“Rebecca Jones, I’m very glad I didn’t end up marrying such a two-faced woman like you!” Ethan gritted his teeth and said.

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