John nodded. “I know. Zoe told me.”
Cordy said nothing else at that, and everyone else stayed silent.
She left Levine Manor after lunch but told Richard to stay since she could tell that he really wanted to
stay with John.
But even as she stepped outside, a familiar voice called out to her from behind. “Cordy.”
Cordy’s heart skipped a beat, and she pursed her lips and turned to find John standing there.
“Your phone,” he said, holding it out to her.
It turned out that she had left it on the couch.
“Thank you,” she said as she took it, surprised that she would have left it in Levine Manor—she would
never usually forget things.
Even so, she had to admit that her emotions were affected when she saw John’s face restored to how
it was, no matter how hard she tried to ignore it.
“When’s the wedding?” John asked.
“We haven’t decided,” Cordy said. “It’ll be in a few months.”
John smiled faintly in turn. “Congratulations.”
“Do you need a ride?” John asked. “It’s easy to get tired after lunch.”
“It’s fine.” Cordy rejected his offer.
“Alright. See you then.”
“I’ll send Dicky home in the evening.”
“Let him decide. Tell him to call me if he wants to go home, and I’ll pick him up.”
“I’m going now.”
With that, Cordy turned to leave.
This was their relationship now-distant, but amicable.
In the evening, Cordy headed home after working overtime.
She was planning to relax for the weekend. However, considering that she would need to leave for
Rocktown in a couple days to take her wedding photos, and Richard was not around, she went to
work… and ended up staying all the way until 10 PM.
When she returned to the mansion, she could hear that things were lively inside, unlike the usual
Richard was usually quiet, and it went without saying for the servants to.
She entered the living room to find Richard and John watching TV together, and her eyes narrowed in
“Welcome home, Mommy,” Richard greeted her just then.
“Yeah,” Cordy replied a little coolly.
Richard had always been sharp, and he quickly explained,” Daddy brought me home when I said I
wanted to come back, and I asked him to stay with me since you weren’t around. You’re not angry,
Even before Richard finished, Cordy put down her bag and strode off as they watched, saying, “Call me
ahead of time if I’m not around. I’m not used to having strangers in my home without my knowledge.”
Those words were clearly meant for John.
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