Broken Vows Second Chances by Gwen Hayes By Gwen Hayes Chapter 54

Broken Vows Second Chances by Gwen Hayes By Gwen Hayes Chapter 54

Chapter 54

When she did not dwell on the past, life went on with a mix of clarity and confusion.

But once the memories flooded back, the casual moments of intimacy became like blades, slicing through her one cut at a time.

Elizabeth leaned weakly against the safe and closed her eyes.

If only he had even the slightest bit of affection for her, she wouldn’t be so despondent….

When she returned with her marriage certificate, Max had just finished taking a shower. He walked out of the bathroom with a dark face, and when he passed by Elizabeth, he saw two marriage certificates in her hand.

His face was originally dark, but after seeing this scene, he stood still completely. He then raised his head, looking at her.

Elizabeth was holding two marriage certificates, feeling a little at a loss.

After a while, Max sneered, “You really can’t wait, huh!”

Elizabeth was startled. Her thin lips moved, and she finally squeezed the marriage certificate in her hand and lowered her gaze.

What else could she say?

There seemed to be nothing to say.

She proposed the divorce, and the one he liked was his savior.

And she was also returning the favor of his savior.

So be it.

Never mind.

There was nothing to regret. At least, she had stayed with him for two years.

These past two years had given her enough memories to last a lifetime.

Finally, Max said, “The surgery is happening tomorrow, so we don’t have to pretend anymore. I’m going to sleep in the


Then, he took his pillow and left.

After a moment of silence, Elizabeth placed the marriage certificate in front of the bedside table, took a change of clothes and

went into the bathroom.

The next day, Elizabeth woke up to the noise of the alarm clock on her phone. She opened her eyes and turned off the alarm clock, and then sat up in pain, clutching her forehead.

She barely slept last night.

At one moment, she thought about Miss Hart, and the next, she thought about the divorce. Then, she thought about the baby again.

She didn’t know what time she had fallen asleep. Anyway, the dream was also linked to these associations.


After sitting for a while, Elizabeth got up and went to the bathroom to wash her face.

As soon as she entered the bathroom, Elizabeth was startled by herself in the mirror.

With a pale face, she had two huge dark circles under her eyes. Her eyes were red, and her hair was messy. She looked like a

resentful woman whose life was extremely unsatisfactory.

Elizabeth was shocked.

Elizabeth did not like seeing herself like this.

She quickly washed her face, combed her messy hair, and then put on a mask for herself, planning to put on makeup later.

Even if she dared to go out in this state, she was afraid that she would scare Miss Hart.

She didn’t put the mask on for too long, as she took it off after about ten minutes. She brushed her teeth, washed her hands,

put on thin makeup, and put on a set of casual clothes.

After everything was done, she stood in front of the mirror and found that she looked slightly better now. It was just that her red eyes looked quite scary.

But there was nothing she could do about the red veins in her eyes for now. After thinking it over, Elizabeth had no choice but to put on a pair of framed glasses and treat them as an accessory.

Her phone vibrated. Elizabeth took it out to take a look and found that it was a message from Max.

“Wake up and go downstairs. I’ll be waiting for you at the garage.

His message sounded indifferent.

Elizabeth replied with an okay emoji, got up, took a coat and went downstairs.

When passing through the living room, Lincoln greeted him, “Miss Hart, are you going out so early? Why don’t you sleep a little longer?”

Elizabeth smiled. “I have enough sleep.”

“Miss Hart, have some breakfast before leaving.”

Seeing that she didn’t intend to sit down without holding the coat, Lincoln couldn’t help asking another question.

Sure enough, Elizabeth shook her head. “No, I have something to do.”

Lincoln was confused.

In fact, he vaguely sensed that something was amiss between Max and Elizabeth. Lincoln knew that Max had slept in the study Last night, and when Lincoln got up early in the morning, he found that the light in the study was still on. Upon closer inspection, Lincoln found Max was still inside.

Max did not look happy, and he asked hoarsely, “What are you doing?”

Lincoln was instantly frightened by Max’s appearance and dared not speak.

Afterward, Max didn’t even eat breakfast, as he went directly to the garage with a dark face.

Seeing Elizabeth go out, Lincoln sighed softly in his heart, feeling extremely helpless.

Elizabeth put on her coat as she walked out.

It was still early, and it was cold outside. The temperature in the garage was even lower.

And in such a cold temperature, Max was actually wearing a thin shirt, leaning against the side of the car with a cigarette in his hand.

After Elizabeth approached, the image of the two could be said to be very different.

Max, who also hadn’t slept all night, looked haggard, and the contrast with Elizabeth, who had already put on makeup, was particularly obvious.

Hearing the sound of footsteps, Max raised his head. Seeing Elizabeth’s radiant face, he looked unhappier.

After a moment of silence, he asked, “Did you sleep well last night?”

As soon as he asked, Elizabeth realized that his voice was extremely hoarse.

She froze for a moment and then nodded. “I had a good sleep. How about you?”

Max stubbed out the cigarette in his hand, staring at her with dark eyes.

“I slept well as well.”

“Oh, that’s good.” Elizabeth saw the red veins in Max’s eyes and his dark circles.

How embarrassing, she thought.

Luckily, she wore makeup and glasses.

Then, the two fell silent again.

Max stood there, not intending to speak, nor did he intend to drive, just stood looking at her with a dark face.

His gaze was sharp. Elizabeth felt uncomfortable being stared at by him like this. She could only bite the bullet and ask, “Shall we leave now?”

Max asked, “Are you in a hurry?”

Elizabeth said, “I’m fine. I’m just afraid that you’re in a hurry.”

Max glanced at her and sneered.

“What am I in a hurry for?”

Elizabeth asked softly, “How would I know?”

Max did not know what to reply for a moment.

“Did you bring your marriage certificate? Don’t go to the City Clerk’s Office and say you forgot.”

Hearing that, Elizabeth couldn’t help retorting, “I brought it. I took it out and prepared it in advance last night. How could I forget it?”

After finishing speaking, she still looked at him. “Didn’t you see it last night?”

Max was at a loss for words.

“Mon, who exactly spoiled you so much?”

Elizabeth glanced at him.

“My dad, of course.”

Did Max think he spoiled Elizabeth?

After finishing speaking, Elizabeth didn’t bother to stand there and continue the argument. She opened the car door, got in the car and said to Max, “Let’s go. The City Clerk’s Office should have been opened. We should go to the nursing home as soon as possible after finishing.”

While speaking, Elizabeth had already fastened her seat belt.

Max was silent for a while before getting into the car.

It was early, so there were not many cars on the road, and the car went all the way to the gate of the City Clerk’s Office smoothly.

Today wasn’t a particularly special day, so there weren’t many people queuing up outside the City Clerk’s Office. There were only a few couples here and there.

Most of them came to get married, and they were intimately attached to each other, whispering to each other, and they were very different from Elizabeth and Max.

The two of them were very eye-catching in appearance and height, and Max entered the City Clerk’s Office with a dark face. Most people there could tell that Max and Elizabeth were here for a divorce.


Broken Vows Second Chances by Gwen Hayes By Gwen Hayes

Broken Vows Second Chances by Gwen Hayes By Gwen Hayes

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Status: Ongoing Author: Artist: Released: 2023 Native Language: English
Title: Broken Vows Second Chances by Gwen Hayes By Gwen Hayes- A Heartfelt Story of Love, Loss, and Redemption "The Hidden Gold Mine Heiress Divorcee" is a touching and poignant novel by Vera Whitehead that explores the themes of love, loss, and healing. Synopsis Broken Vows Second Chances Broken Vows, Second Chances Gwen Hayes> PUB: LoveLand Culture 16+ Synopsis "Let's get a divorce. She's back." On the second anniversary of their marriage, Elizabeth was ruthlessly abandoned by Max Hart. She hid the pregnancy test and disappeared from his world. Unexpectedly, Max went crazy from this day on, looking for her all over the world. One day, he saw the woman he had been looking for a long time passing by happily with a baby. "Whose child is this?" Max roared with red eyes.  

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