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The Rewritten Love: A Second Beginning Chapter 1328 by Max Charming

The Rewritten Love: A Second Beginning by Max Charming Chapter 1328 

Liam was standing in the rain, and though it hadn’t been long, he was thoroughly drenched.

Blake quickly pulled him close, her voice laced with concern. “Are you crazy? It’s pouring rain! What if you catch a cold?”

Liam’s look was subdued, his face showing signs of fatigue. “I’m okay. This is for you; I didn’t want you to have to come out in this weather.”

As Blake took in his forlorn appearance, her heart softened suddenly. ‘Am I losing my mind?’ she thought.

“Now you’ll have to pay more attention to me, Blake… I was just so scared of losing you. I’ve put everything I have into getting you to agree to marry me; the idea of you walking away is unbearable.”

Overwhelmed with emotion, Blake locked eyes with him. “Did she teach you to say that too?” she asked, her hand moving on its own to brush away the raindrops from his hair.

A maid nearby, observing the scene, rushed over with a blanket and an umbrella. However, Grace, fully grasping the gravity of the moment, halted her. Acknowledging the significance, the maid retreated without interfering.

Raindrops clung heavily to Liam’s eyelashes, one trembling loose as he spoke.

His voice was soft. “I sought her out just three times. The first was right after we met. I was so nervous because I knew it was you. She helped me choose clothes, thinking you’d like them.”

“The second time was when you were at the police station; I was at a loss. She advised me to seek my father’s assistance to get you out, but only if I agreed to take up his position afterward.

“Blake, I can’t stand returning to the Xander estate; it’s like they’ve erased me from their lives.

“That snowy day, I couldn’t stand the thought of you being alone inside. Knowing how much you despise being confined, my only option was to wait outside. Staying by your side was my choice.

“The last time was during your pregnancy. It wasn’t the baby that worried me, but the fear you might leave because of it. I… I feel so insecure.

Liam’s words, blending with the rain, struck a chord within her, pulling at Blake’s heart.

Overcome with emotion, her voice faltered. Her hand shook as she touched his face, her thoughts swirling.

‘He did all this for me?’

Blake lowered her head, struggling to control her emotions. “Liam, why do you always have to be so considerate toward me?”

She had never had anyone other than family show such dedication. With Kevin, she was always the one putting in more effort from the start. Seeing Liam’s sincerity, she recognized a reflection of her own selflessness in him.

She pressed on, “Liam, why didn’t you just explain all this earlier? It’s not that you were in touch with Olivia that bothers me; it’s that you discussed our private matters with someone outside.”

“I’m sorry, I really shouldn’t have done that,” Liam admitted with regret.

“I’m grateful that you’re ready to embrace this child, Liam. But make me a promise, that from now on, no matter what challenges we face, whether we’re upset or at odds, we’ll discuss it openly, “Blake implored. “Let’s vow to maintain transparency with each other. I never want us to fall into such misunderstandings again. The day I decided to marry you was the day I chose to stand by you through everything.”

She took a moment before voicing another thought, “Liam, would you think about leaving Ventropolis with me? Just the two of us, away from everything else.”

Liam’s eyes, now shimmering with unshed tears, met hers with a spark of hope. “I’ll go wherever you want. Just say the word.”

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The Rewritten Love: A Second Beginning by Max Charming

The Rewritten Love: A Second Beginning by Max Charming

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Status: Completed Type: Author: Native Language: English

Madelyn Jent died on her wedding anniversary. She had been married to Zach Jardin for eight years, compromising for the better part of her life. However, she ended up being kicked out of the house. After the painful divorce, Madelyn was diagnosed with terminal cancer. Despite her deteriorating health, she clung to life in the hospital, hoping that Zach would visit her one last time. As Valentine's Day arrived, heavy snow fell outside. Yet, Zach failed to make an appearance, leaving Madelyn with a deep sense of regret. "Zach Jardin... If I could start over, I would never fall in love with you again!"

Miraculously, Madelyn found herself reborn to the time when she was eighteen. Fueled by the desire to avoid repeating the same mistakes, she made a solemn vow to distance herself from everything related to Zach. But fate seemed determined to test her resolve. Just as she sought to escape the shadows of her past, the same man, Zach, emerged with an intimidating aura, gradually approaching her step by step. His voice, reminiscent of a devil's melody, echoed through the hallway as he declared, "Madelyn, I'll take care of you for the rest of your life..."

Chapter 1 On February 14th, Valentine's Day, Madelyn Jent, a 31-year-old woman, lost her battle to cancer. Inside a room in SereneCare Hospital in Ventropolis, the air was filled with a strong scent of disinfectant. [Zach, the doctor inserted a painful dialysis needle in me today.] [I'm on the verge of death. Could you spare a moment to visit me?] [Please, Zach...] Madelyn weakly turned her head and glanced at the text messages on her phone. Despite sending multiple messages, she had received no response from Zach. IV drips were connected to her veins. Her face was pale, her eyes sunken, and her body emaciated. Cancer had ravaged her limbs, causing them to deteriorate. She was completely immobile, unable to perform even the simplest tasks unaided. The nurse assigned to care for her hadn't shown up for almost two weeks, citing that further treatment was unnecessary. Madelyn was sensitive to the pain, but in the advanced stage of her cancer, she had to suffer with it every day. The only thing that kept her going was her love for Zach. But now, her once overwhelming love for him had faded. She was left with nothing but a frail and ailing body. Madelyn switched off her phone and silently awaited the embrace of death. The pain had nearly blurred her consciousness. She reminisced about the eight years she had devoted to being Zach's faithful wife. But what had she gained in the end? One by one, those around her had abandoned her, leaving her alone and destitute. Madelyn couldn't help but think that Zach would perhaps feel the greatest relief upon her demise. With her gone, he no longer subjected to the sight of her face. He could finally satisfy his longing to bring Cecilia Samford home as his wife. Eight months ago, on Zach's birthday, Madelyn sat on the couch, anxiously waiting for his return. It was well past two o'clock in the morning, and the carefully prepared meal on the table had grown cold. Instead of Zach, it was his assistant who arrived, bearing a divorce agreement. The assistant delivered the news hesitantly, saying, "Madam, Mr. Jardin had no choice. The Jardin Corporation is a vast enterprise that requires an heir." Madelyn forced a pale smile. A few years ago, she had been pregnant, but an accident had tragically led to a stillborn child. Since then, she hadn't been able to conceive.    


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