Mr. Kane Got Blacklisted By Eleven Jewell Chapter 46

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Mr. Kane Got Blacklisted By Eleven Jewell Chapter 46

Mr. Kane Got Blacklisted By Eleven Jewell Chapter 46

Married at First Sight by Gu Lingfei

Stella grabbed Felicity’s wrist and said in a low voice, “We’ll talk outside.”

After getting into the car and hearing Stella talk about what happened inside, Felicity widened her eyes.

“Oh my god, oh my god, oh my god! Daniel let you audition for the role of the beauty? Does he intend to let you play the beauty?”

Stella shook her head. “I don’t know. How could he let me play such an important role? Besides, hasn’t someone already been cast for this role?”

Felicity winded up the window.

“They’re all rumors online. No one is sure if anyone, in particular, has been cast. Besides, Daniel isn’t against casting newbies.”

Regardless, Stella still was not confident.

On the other hand, Felicity was bursting with confidence. “Did Daniel say anything after your audition?” Stella shook her head, “He told me to leave my number. Maybe letting me audition was a spur–of–the- moment thing.”

“It would be great if you could play the beauty’s role. But, getting the role of the fourth female lead isn’t bad either. After this, let’s get a good meal to celebrate,” said Felicity.

Stella was amused.

“Nothing is certain yet. Isn’t it a little too early to celebrate?”

“Then, let’s celebrate you leaving that grave of a marriage. These are all happy events anyway.”



There was a newly–opened grilled skewer restaurant on Fellows Street. It’s been viral recently, and it constantly appeared on Stella’s social media feed. Accordingly, the food there was pretty good.

When Stella and Felicity arrived, it was packed. There was no parking space outside, so they could only park at the underground parking lot in the mall across the street.

Felicity got her driver’s license three months ago, so she volunteered to show off her reverse parking skills Stella got off the car and stood behind to keep watch of obstacles.

Just then, Stella saw Albert and a young woman getting out of a white Audi parked across from their car.

The woman had mid–length hair. She was well–dressed in expensive clothing that was of a young– looking style. After she got off the car, she walked up to Albert and intimately took his arm.

Albert had a smile on his face. It was an expression she rarely saw growing up.

Stella’s gaze may have been too intense because Albert abruptly turned to look in her direction. When he saw her, he frowned and pushed the woman’s arm off his. Then, he gestured at the woman to leave ahead of him.

Then, he pursed his lips and walked to Stella. “Stella, what are you doing here?”

He spoke in the tone of an elder. He did not seem awkward that his daughter caught him going on a date with his lover.

Stella glanced in the direction the woman had disappeared.

“Since when?” she asked stoically.

“What kind of a tone is that?”

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Stella’s confrontational tone made Albert incredibly uncomfortable. It sounded very much like Rainee’s tone back then; a patronizing attitude that made others feel irritated and suffocated.

“Then, you tell me, what kind of tone should I use when I see my father acting intimate with another woman? You don’t have the time to visit my terminally ill mother yet have the time to have a rendezvous with other women?”

Albert was furious. “Watch your attitude when you’re talking! If I hadn’t spent money to get your mother on life support, she would’ve died a long time ago! It’s been six years since she got into that accident, and she’s been lying down for six years, neither dead nor alive. Am I supposed to spend my life watching over a vegetable who’s neither dead nor alive?”

Stella tightened her fists, and her heart grew cold.

Perhaps Albert realized that he had gone overboard, as he softened his tone and continued, “Stella, I was in my forties when your mother got into that accident. No man can watch over their comatose wife for the rest of his life. I can promise you that I won’t get a divorce, but I have my needs as a healthy– bodied man. Look at the big bosses in the business world. How many of them don’t have a couple of lovers? I only started looking for lovers after your mother’s accident, and it was only because I have biological needs.”

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