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The 99th Divorce (Web Novel) - Chapter 1109 - Don’t think that I’ll ever forgive you



Chapter 1109: Don’t think that I’ll ever forgive you

This chapter is updated by Wuxia.Blog

Translator: Nyoi-Bo Studio  Editor: Nyoi-Bo Studio

Nope. Ou Ming wasn’t here. But where could he have gone?

Yu Lili unlocked her door and collapsed on the couch in exhaustion. No one would ever have expected something like this to happen on the first day of the New Year.

Ou Ming had been hit by a speeding Toyota. His head was bleeding profusely, and his limbs were very likely broken.

The situation was looking very grim.

When the ambulance arrived more than ten minutes had already passed out.

Ou Ming was in a daze, and while being carried on the stretcher, all he could hear was Jiao Ziqing wailing beside him apologizing and full of remorse.

But all that filled his mind was the playful conversation he had with Yu Lili earlier that day, “If I lost my limbs, what would you do?”

Yu Lili was worn out from the day’s events. She tumbled onto the couch and fell asleep without knowing it.

When she awoke, it was already dusk. She checked the clock. It was already five in the evening.

It was already so late!

Yu Lili stiffened and arose suddenly. With a fright, she got up from the couch and checked her visitor’s log.

Perhaps Ou Ming had come, pressed the doorbell, and left when no one answered the door? However, the visitor’s log displayed nothing.

Ou Ming hadn’t come by.

Yu Lili was extremely disappointed. She turned to pick her cell phone up off the couch, and she realized that her phone had turned off.

She headed into the room to recharge it. She flung it off-handedly to a corner and went into the bathroom.

When she came out, she found the phone screen lit up. She saw a whole lot of missed calls and unanswered text messages.

Seeing this cheered her up. It had to be Ou Ming! What a horrible guy! How could he only contact her now?

She’d waited by Matchmaker’s Lake for three whole hours!

“Don’t think that I’ll ever forgive you!” Yu Lili scolded as she unlocked her phone, only to realize that all the missed calls and text messages were from Su Qianci.

Seven missed calls and two text messages.

Disappointed, Yu Lili didn’t rush to return the calls and opted instead to open the text messages first.

When she saw the words, it took a long time for her mind to process the message. In that moment, all that went through her mind was a blank buzz.

[Qianqian]: I heard that Ou Ming was in a car accident. Are you alright?

[Qianqian]: You’re not at the hospital. Where are you? Ou Ming has gone into the operating room. Come quickly! Rehabilitation Hospital.

When Yu Lili saw the messages, her hand trembled. All she could think of was, “Ou Ming got into a car accident. Ou Ming got into a car accident…”

But, how did he get suddenly get into a car accident?

Then again, if he didn’t get into a car accident, what would explain his sudden disappearance?

Without even bothering to put on her coat, Yu Lili grabbed her phone and rushed out the door. Her fingers jammed against the elevator button repeatedly, and when she looked down, she realized that her hands were trembling uncontrollably.

She dialed Su Qianci’s number and heard the dial tone. The wait felt like an eternity.

Without knowing it, Yu Lili’s eyes began to burn with unshed tears, her heart began to thump in her throat. She was quaking.

Ding

The elevator doors opened, and Yu Lili stepped in the same moment that her call to Su Qianci connected.

Without waiting for the other party to speak up, Yu Lili grabbed on desperately to her lifeline and started wailing, “Qianqian, Qianqian…” Her voice was mixed with tears. Her heart felt frighteningly empty.

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