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Chapter 001 He Wanted a Divorce When She Got Pregnant

The sound of rushing water came from the bathroom as Barret Smith took a shower.

Jenny got up from the bed with the quilt around her. Her face flushed as she thought about all that had happened last night.

Although they were already married, she still felt very bashful after making love with him.

The water stopped and Barret came out with his towel around him.

She handed over his clothes. “Breakfast is ready. I’ll wait downstairs for you to join me.”


Downstairs, Jenny carefully took the cake out of the fridge and placed it in the middle of the dining table.

She was holding a pregnancy report in her hand, and her heart was pounding because she was nervous.

It was their second wedding anniversary and Jenny was both nervous and excited to tell him about her pregnancy.

Barret had already changed and come down in a hand-tailored black suit that made him look elegant, charming and handsome.

After breakfast, Jenny clutched the report in her hand, took a deep breath and said nervously, “Barret, I have something to tell you.”

“As it happens, I have something to tell you too.”

“Then you go first.”

Barret got up, took some papers out of the drawer, and slowly handed them to Jenny with his long, slender fingers.

“Here is the Divorce Agreement. Take some time to read it.”

Jenny was caught off guard, trying hard to keep herself from falling over.

She gasped and the air cut like a sharp blade in her mouth.

He said it was the Divorce Agreement?

Her mind went blank and it took a while before Jenny found her voice and asked him in confusion.

“Are you going to divorce me?”


He answered in an extremely low voice.

Jenny held the pregnancy report tightly and wanted to ask him, “Can you change your mind? What if we’re having a baby? Would you think twice about it?

The next moment, his voice came. “Laura has come back, so I want to end our marriage earlier. We agreed on a term of three years, but now things have changed, so let’s end it a year earlier.”

“I know it’s a bit sudden. This is a draft agreement. You can read it and ask for anything you want. I’ll give you whatever you want if I can.”

Jenny responded in a daze, “Okay, I’ll read it later.”

She put her hand behind her back, squeezing the pregnancy report so tightly that her palm was sweating.

She knew that there was no point in showing him the report now.

“I need to ask you for a favor,” Barret said.

Jenny clenched her hands tightly, trying to look up at him and smile. “Sure, go ahead. I’ll do it if I can.”

“Please tell Grandpa that you want a divorce. He won’t agree if I do.”

“Okay, I get it.”

She was an ordinary girl, and her family was even more ordinary. Her mother was a nurse and her father was a gambler.

A girl from such a family couldn’t have gotten into the Smith family in any way.

It all started when both Barret’s grandfather and father suffered heart attacks in a car accident caused by one of their business competitors.

Her mother, who happened to be passing by, was kind enough to save the two old men.

Years later, her mother died of cancer and her father was still a gambler. Worried about her, her mother contacted the Smith family and asked them to look after her before passing away.

And Grandpa Smith took the decision to marry her to Barret as soon as she graduated.

At that time, Barret said, “I can marry you, but I’m in love with someone else. We will be married for three years. After three years, you will ask Grandpa for a divorce, and we will each live in peace.”

Jenny held back her tears and hid all her love.

She answered him calmly, “I know. I’m also in love with someone else. Once the marriage is over, I’ll keep my promise and leave by myself.”

After the marriage, he did all the duties of a husband. He loved her, cared for her, protected her, and really treated her very well.

Everyone around knew that she was the apple of his eye and that anyone who displeased her would go from heaven to hell in a minute. They all envied her for having such a good man as her husband.

However, only Jenny knew that their marriage was not out of love, but out of a contract.

This man might have been a good husband, but it had nothing to do with love. All he did was do his duty. If he did love anything of her, it was her body. And he was obsessed with it.

It was supposed to be three years, but now that the love of his life had come back to him, it was time for her to leave.

Jenny bent over and picked up the Divorce Agreement from the table.

She had lost her appetite and decided to go back to her room when Barret suddenly tugged at his tie with some annoyance and stopped her.

“When you ask for a divorce, Grandpa would ask why. Didn’t you say when we got married that you’ve loved a man for years? Now that you are free, you can go to him and find your own happiness. If you tell Grandpa that, he can’t refuse even if he doesn’t agree.”

Jenny nodded. “Well, I will tell grandpa so.”

After that, she couldn’t wait to go back to her room. She was afraid that if she stayed any longer, she would regret it and tell him, “Barret, I don’t want to divorce.”

Barret suddenly reached out, and Jenny stepped back abruptly, fearing that he might find what was in her hand.

Barret became increasingly worried and insisted on taking her hand. “Why do you look so pale? Is something wrong?”

“No.” Jenny immediately broke free from his grasp.

“We’ve been married for two years and you don’t think I can tell you’re lying?” Barret stared at her in disbelief.

Jenny gave in at last. “It’s nothing serious, just my period.”

“Go and get some rest.”

As he finished, Barret suddenly caught sight of her clenched right hand and asked in a low voice, “What’s that in your hand? You’re holding it so tightly.”

Jenny immediately threw it into the trash like a hot potato and forced a smile. “Nothing special. It’s just trash. I’ve been holding it in my hand and forgot to throw it away.”

He wouldn’t know how heartbroken she was now.

She felt like her heart had been cut in half with an axe and it was drenched in blood and gore.

Each half of her heart was bleeding, and she was holding her broken heart, overwhelmed with pain.

“Barret, Barret…” Jenny murmured in her mind, “We’ve been such a good couple. How can we just say goodbye?”

She had married him with almost all the courage she could muster.

And now she was leaving in such a sudden and forlorn manner.

“Jenny, silly girl, you’ve lost your bet after all. He doesn’t love you, not at all,” she thought sadly.

Seeing that she was weak and stumbling, Barret picked her up in his arms without thinking.

Jenny was stunned and said quickly, “Put me down. I’ll go back on my own.”

“Don’t push yourself when you’re so weak.”

Barret’s soft, charming, sexy voice rang in her ears.

It was the same voice that she had heard and loved for two whole years, but now he wanted to leave all of a sudden.

Jenny blinked her eyes, unable to hold back her tears.

Barret laughed, “You’re not a little girl anymore and you’re still crying because of your period. Come on, I’ll get a doctor for you later.”

“I’m not crying,” Jenny said stubbornly.

He was a dumb, stupid idiot.

He didn’t even know what she was crying about.

“Okay, fine, you’re not crying!” Barret gave in.

“Can you tell me who he is?” he asked suddenly.

Jenny was baffled. “He?”

“Didn’t you say you’ve loved a man for years? I’m wondering who is so lucky to keep you thinking about him for so long,” Barret said.

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