Pursuing My Ex Wife In Full Bloom Spring Chapter 64

Pursuing My Ex Wife In Full Bloom Spring Chapter 64

Chapter 64 

Is there water? I want to drink,spoke Sasha

Naomi turned her to Sasha and said, Yes, there is.” 

She went to the bedside table to pour water

However, Sasha reacted quickly, saying, Is your hand alright? Don’t worry about me; I can do it myself.” 

Olivia walked over. Let me do it.” 

No need. I can manage on my own.” 

Sasha took the water kettle from the bedside table to pour water. However, halfway through, she exclaimed, Agh, it’s hot!” 

Then, a loud crash echoed in the room

The glass cup fell to the ground, instantly shattering into pieces

Sasha immediately jumped, and Naomi could not react in time. She felt a force pushing her forward

In front of her was Olivia. Seeing that she was about to fall toward Olivia, she instinctively reached out to the side but was forcefully pushed again


She and Olivia fell to the ground

Oh, no! Aunt Olivia, are you okay?” 

Naomi pressed Olivia beneath her, with her wrapped hands against the ground. The pain caused cold sweat to break out on her forehead

However, she knew Olivia was underneath her. She tried to push the pain out of her mind as she tried to get up. However, at this moment, Sasha shoved her, sending her toward the bedside table

Naomi instantly collided with the bedside table and fell to the floor, unable to move

Ah! Blood! Aunt Olivia, you’re bleeding!” 

Hearing this, Naomi opened her eyes, enduring the pain, and sat up to look at Olivia

However, Sasha blocked her view

At this moment, fast footsteps approached

Naomi instinctively looked up and saw that tall figure striding over, lifting Olivia in his arms

Quick, Uncle Scott. Get help for Aunt Olivia!” 

Scott did not say a word. His gaze was heavy as he looked at the person in his arms. He turned and walked out in large strides

Throughout the entire process, he did not glance at Naomi once. It was as if she did not exist 

at all

Or rather, there was no place for her in his eyes. She never had one

Naomi sat motionless. Scott carried Olivia out of the room, and the steady footsteps quickly faded away. The ward returned to its previous silence, with only her remaining

After a while, Naomi lowered her head, struggling to stand up as she thought, Mom should be back soon. If she sees everything here, she’ll be worried.‘ 

She did not want to make her family worry. However, Naomi overestimated herself. The moment she tried to move, a piercing pain shot through her, and the spot where she collided with the table ached. She collapsed to the floor, unable to get up again

She felt pain like never before, making even the slightest movement impossible

Naomi!Charles saw the person on the ground, as well as the scattered shards of glass faintly stained with blood. His expression fell as he hurried over

Naomi opened her eyes when she heard his voice and saw how pale he looked. She froze

Why was Charles here

Without much time to think, Charles lifted her. As he did, however, he inadvertently touched the spot where she had been hit, and Naomi hissed out of pain

Charles immediately stopped, not daring to move. Where does it hurt?” 

He looked down at her with a mix of nervousness and fear, his face even paler than hers

Naomi had never seen Charles like this. A smile appeared on her pale face. She looked so strained that it was even worse than not smiling at all. That smile stabbed at his heart

It’s okay, Charles. Just put me back on the bed.” 

Charles had come to the hospital after sending Dean to the hotel. He thought of bringing chargers since they might not have them on this side. However, as he turned the corner, he saw Scott carrying someone out of Naomi’s room

At a glance, his heart panicked, thinking Scott was holding Naomi. However, when he saw the hanging curls, the high heels, and the person following Scott, he felt relieved. It was not Naomi. Good

Nonetheless, he did not dare to linger and quickly rushed to Naomi’s room

As soon as he entered, he saw the chaos inside, especially Naomi lying on the floor. Her face, pale with pain, tore at his heart. Not knowing what happened and with no time to think, he strode in, lifting Naomi to put her on the bed

However, the moment he moved her, she winced in pain, her already pale face losing even more color. He was scared like never before


He could see that she was trying to suppress the pain and forcing a smile. He carefully placed her on the bed, scrutinizing her face to see her pain and her resilience

Even though he was careful, her eyebrows still furrowed in pain

Don’t move. I’ll go get the doctor.” 

Charles was about to leave in a hurry, but Naomi stopped him. Charles.” 

Pursuing My Ex Wife In Full Bloom Spring

Pursuing My Ex Wife In Full Bloom Spring

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Status: Ongoing Type: Author: Artist: Released: 1/11/2024 Native Language: English
"Pursuing My Ex-Wife in Full Bloom Spring" is likely a fictional novel that explores the theme of romantic rekindling during the vibrant and blossoming season of spring. The story likely follows a character's journey in pursuing and reconnecting with their ex-wife against the backdrop of renewal and growth.

Pursuing My Ex Wife In Full Bloom Spring

  Pursuing My Ex Wife In Full Bloom Spring/ Book Summery That rainy night, Naomi Goodwin called off her marriage. Scott Lawson agreed. Thus, ended a three-year sexless marriage. It was spring. Everything was back to the beginning. After the divorce, Naomi had a new life. She went on dates, worked, and lived the best she could. However, the man she thought that she would never see again after the divorce kept appearing. One day, Charles Ward confessed his feelings to her. She was about to say yes when Scott appeared again. He looked at her seriously. Naomi, Charles isn’t good for you. It was spring once more, where flowers bloom.   Title: Pursuing My Ex-Wife in a Blooming Spring Publisher: Trends302 Genre: Romance Language: English

Pursuing My Ex Wife In Full Bloom Spring


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