He slightly swallowed, with a calm expression on his face. "Can't I do that?" He squinted his eyes, showing a bit of evil spirit.
Essie, like a firecracker, jumped up from the sofa with arms akimbo and glared at him. "You have an affair!"
As a malicious cold light fleeted past his eyes, he reached out and grabbed her wrist, gently pulled her into his arms. He held her waist with one hand and put the other hand on her chin. "Have you ever been cheating on me?" He looked at her coldly and indignantly, and the criticism from his eyes was like two sharp arrows, which stabbed her in the face.
But she didn't dodge his question. "No," she said frankly. She said firmly.
"Don't you cheat on me when you were in America?" He pinched his fingers slightly, and seemed to be sure that she was lying.
She wanted to shake her head and say no, but she failed.
Zac was in anger and breathed heavily. "I didn't see the two cats in the villa yesterday. Do you think you can fool me by hiding them?"
Essie shivered, and her face turned a little pale. Recently, he never mentioned anything about the children to her, and she was being offhand, thinking that she could hide it for a while. She didn't expect that he would talk about it today.
"They..." She stopped and didn't know what to say.
"That's the evidence of your affair!" He said with clenched teeth, a flame of fury burning in his eyes, almost burning her to death.
"You cheated me and made me think we were divorced. Now that I'm divorced, I'm free. It's none of your business that I can be with anyone." There was a hint of bitterness in her tone. She pressed her lips and added with a sneer, "in the last three years when I left, you were still with Leila. If you didn't have a hidden disease, your child would have been born, wouldn't it?"
A muscle on Zac's handsome face twitched slightly. He stood up and walked to the window. He opened the window in order to let the cold wind come in and calm down his anger.
He remained motionless for a long time, like a statue.
The room was deadly silent. His heavy breath and wind were intertwined in the air.
Her heart was bouncing wildly in her chest, and she wanted to tell him everything, but she couldn't. He wasn't not the person he used to be. It was unsure that if he would stand by her side, so she couldn't even protect herself. She couldn't lose the kids.
Not knowing how long it had passed, the voice of Zac was like cold knife tearing the dead silence in the air.
"Grandpa and grandma want a great grandson, you must give me a child this year." He was giving an order, looking at her from the window. There was no warmth in his eyes, and there was even a hint of disgust, as if she was a tool for giving birth, not a wife.
what? She was frightened, "well... At least after Mr. Baron wakes up. Now I am the target of the killers. If I'm pregnant, I'll be more likely to be killed. "
"Don't worry about them. I have solved their problems." He said it lightly as if he was talking about an insignificant spring rain.
No wonder nothing happened to her recently.
"Honey, you are awesome!" She walked to him and gave him a thumbs up, trying to break the ice.
Zac turned around slowly and said expressionlessly. "You should know that I'm the king of investment, and I never do things with low return. If you want to be happy with me, you have to show me your value." As soon as he finished saying that, he flung her to the blanket as if to vent his anger, and then he got on top of her.
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