Even the last day of one’s life would ultimately come to an end.
When dawn came, Diana had no choice but to finally move.
She knew tonight was her only chance of leaving.
By the time Julian woke up, he might very likely realize what had happened. If he could choose
between losing his own life and being separated from her, he would certainly choose the latter.
Diana’s tender gaze shifted to his chin as she mumbled to herself, “Silly.”
His heart was still beating strongly.
Up till this moment, everything that happened over the past two days was like a dream to Diana.
Rather, ever since she got married to Julian, every day felt like a dream to her.
Now that she thought about it, everything felt so surreal.
The genuine first time they met and the fatal entanglement they shared that ran deeper than marriage.
She had saved him once in their youth.
This time, she still chose to save him.
Although her departure might earn him a chance at treatment and survival, she didn’t feel an ounce of
Separation was so, so painful.
It was so painful, she didn’t even dare to make a sound when crying and she didn’t even dare to pack
She was scared the moment she started packing her luggage, the sight of all her belongings might
trigger all the precious memories she shared with Julian.
She couldn’t bear to leave him.
She decided not to take anything with her, and leave all their memories behind.
That seemed to make her heartbreak less painful.
It was as if she could still come back any random, sunny afternoon without having left at all.
Just that if that were to happen, she might have two toddlers in tow.
However, that would be impossible.
Her departure this time meant she would no longer have a place at the Fulchers.
She could only look at him as much as she could during this limited period of time, wishing she could
carve him into her eyes with a knife.
Her heart hurt.
Even her eyes hurt.
Her eyes hurt so much, she almost teared up again. She pulled his hand over to her stomach, refusing
to let it go for a long time.
Finally, it was time for her to leave.
She stood up, not daring to look at him anymore, and rushed downstairs.
Everyone was sound asleep in the entire villa.
She was the only one leaving the villa in the moonlight.
The one who came to bring her out of Richburgh was none other than Kiki.
The sight of Diana coming out of the villa made Kiki heave a sigh of relief.
When Shiloh initially told her Diana would be leaving Julian, she thought she was dreaming.
After all, when Shiloh left home in search of Diana, he had scolded her so firmly and harshly.
Kiki thought that everything was over.
She didn’t expect to receive such a great surprise.
However, she had to see Diana leave with her own eyes before she could truly feel relieved.
Therefore, she begged her father to hire a driver and allow her to bring Diana away.
She sat in the car and waited from evening till now. The minutes ticked by as she stared hard at the
villa, not seeing anything coming out of it.
She had almost lost hope.
She initially thought that Diana might go back on her word, but someone suddenly opened the car
door-it was Diana!
Kiki looked up at Diana excitedly. “You’re here!”
Diana was so calm that it bewildered Kiki.
She even fell sideways as she tried to make way for Diana at the back passenger seat.
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