Stop It, She’s Remarrying! By Stellar Strands Chapter 128
A car stopped right next to the two of them and Jason got out of the car.
“Where are you headed to, Fia? I’ll take you there.”
“Thank you, Evans.”
Conrad raised his fist wanting to stop them, but the servant from the other end of the call wouldn’t stop talking. He had no choice but to return to the family residence first.
Fia saw Conrad off and gave him nothing but a sneer.
What was she hoping for from him?
“Let’s go, Fia.” Jason opened the door to the passenger’s seat.
Fia took a ride in his car while holding the urn. “Please bring us to Mount Reditus.”
On top of Mount Reditus, the birds were chirping and the flowers were blooming.
It was the first time they were climbing up the mountain.
Standing at the top of Mount Reditus, they could see the entire city of Gryphon.
“Are you sure you want to leave her here, Fia?”
In their tradition, it was said that they would only find peace in death when they were buried underground. “My mom had been working hard for me her whole life. I’m hoping that I can at least grant her her wish.”
Fia sniffed and smiled at the blowing summer wind. “It’s okay. If I miss her, I’ll just come here.”
“Reditus… Reditus… This mountain’s name…”
Was causing her so much pain.
Only now did she realize something.
Mom had been waiting for that heartless man forever.
The father that she had never met.
But she didn’t want to see that man that she had never seen before.
To her, he was just a stranger that had donated a single sperm.
There was no love between them…
“Don’t wait for him anymore, mom. Go to a better place with my grandma.”
She raised her hand and spread her mom’s ashes on Mount Reditus.
If there was really something that she could wish for, let it be that one day she could reunite with her mom and grandma.
After spreading the ashes, she sat on a rock and, following her mother’s will, called her three uncles.
Her uncles were very unhappy. Saying that she should never have created her mother without talking with them.
She didn’t debate with them but simply hung up after their criticism.
Just as her mother had said, her uncles would never agree to spread her ashes outside.
Her mom said that she had already limited herself for one lifetime, so she didn’t want to be bound to the same place again after she was dead.
“Are you alright, Fia?”
Jason could hear the angry roars from her phone and he was quite worried.
Fia wiped the tears off her face, wanting to force a smile. But all that came were more tears.
Jason stopped, took out a white handkerchief from his pocket, and helped her wipe those tears away.
Fia wanted to move away but he held her shoulders.
“Since I’m your big brother, helping you wipe your tears away is alright.”
Fia raised her eyes and looked at him. His handsome, soft eyes… and his tall figure…
And the trees behind him made him look even more handsome.
It didn’t feel that bad to have a big brother like him take care of her.
“Thank you, Evans.”
“You’re welcome.” He patted her head. “Let’s go.”
The two of them made their way down the mountain. Mount Reditus did not have footpaths. It didn’t have a path heading to the mountaintop.
Fia had already reached her limit from carrying the urn up the mountain when they came.
Jason looked at her carefully. When he saw that she was sweating, he mustered his courage to hold her
“Careful, you still have a baby.”
Fia was stunned and wanted to let go, but he held her very tightly.
“Evans, this is not appropriate.”