Sam’s voice was cold but clearly lucid-there was no way Quinn could tell that he had been drinking.
She told him her location and quietly waited for him in her car, but he never came after a long time.
In reality, she had been at once surprised and regretful that she called him.
Why call Sam? He was the last one who would help her.
She should be calling the cops, the insurance company, or even the car repair shop.
Maybe she already wanted to get along with Sam since then and therefore asked him for help.
But he never came, although he did call her.
“How badly are you hurt?”
“I bumped my head when I crashed my car, but I don’t think it’s that serious.”
“Call the cops, and then an ambulance before contacting your insurance company to assess if you’re
eligible for compensation,” Sam said. “I’m hanging up now.”
“Aren’t you coming?” Quinn asked him, her eyes welling with tears.
She actually knew what to do—standard operating procedures were basic knowledge for a lawyer like
However, she needed someone to depend on after the accident, which reminded her of the passing of
“No,” Sam said coolly. “You’re a lawyer, Quinn. I thought you’d know the process.”
With that, he hung up.
Quinn had to admit that she was thoroughly disappointed with Sam at the time and was convinced that
she wanted a divorce—nothing would come of this sham marriage anyway!
But when she was done on her end and headed to the hospital, she ran into Sam.
He was covered in blood, and two police officers were escorting him.
Quinn thought it was a mistake and rushed up to him. “What happened to you, Sam? Why are you
covered in blood?”
“It’s not mine,” Sam said coolly.
“Then whose is it?”
Sam never answered, but she tugged on his sleeve. “What happened?”
“Are you a family member?” one of the officers asked her.” He’s involved in a drunk driving incident.
The victim is in surgery, while he sustained minor injuries.”
Quinn stared at Sam in disbelief, even as it clicked in her mind that Sam was doing it for her.
Still, he seemed to read her mind and said coolly, “It has nothing to do with you. I broke the law.”
Quinn did not argue but simply discussed what would happen to Sam after that, eventually taking the
role of his defense lawyer.
However, his crimes of driving under influence and causing another person’s death through negligence
was clear cut. He was remorseful, however, and the victim’s family eventually forgave him, reducing his
sentence to just three years.
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