Triplets Attack Game Over Daddy By Lorraine Anderson Chapter 197

Triplets Attack Game Over Daddy By Lorraine Anderson Chapter 197

Chapter 197 Refuse To Let Him Hear It

Elizabeth felt relieved when she saw a car coming. However, she was stunned when she heard the man’s voice.

How can it be him? Should I hop in the car? Matthew is going to choke me if he finds out that I lied to the driver about his

intention to jump from a building

The Uber driver came out of his car and helped Elizabeth hold on to Matthew while she was still contemplating

“Miss, I can give you both a free ride,” said the driver.

The driver was being a busybody. He was curious if anyone had rescued her husband from the building Regardless, he

thought that he would have done a good deed if he managed to save someone today.

Elizabeth could not bring herself to refuse the driver, seeing that he was so helpful. She could only assist the driver in

getting Matthew to his car while smiling awkwardly.

“Thank you so much for helping!”

After she got into the vehicle, the driver closed the door for her.

The driver was in a great mood when he began his drive

Matthew leaned in close to Elizabeth and wrapped his arms around her.

He closed his eyes and pretended to be drunk.

The driver observed through the rearview mirror. As expected, pretty women will definitely look for good-looking men.

They look like a match made in heaven. Why would the guy think of taking his own life? Did they get into a fight?

The driver kept glancing back through the rearview mirror.

He couldn’t help but ask, “Miss, did you have a fight with your husband?”

Elizabeth shot him a look after he started asking. But somehow, he didn’t seem to notice it as he continued, “Young man,

when it comes to disagreements with the ladies, men should be more magnanimous and coax their wives rather than drinking

or seeking one’s own destruction.


Elizabeth was speechless at that moment.

She was sick of it. The driver’s affection was overwhelming to her.

“Hey, since you were there all the time, did the guy jump from the building?”

Someone else’s voice came through on the driver’s walkie-talkie just then.

Elizabeth quickly covered Matthew’s ears to prevent him from listening. She assumed he was still sleeping at that


However, her cold hands woke him up just as he was about to nap for a while more,

Elizabeth’s action seemed ambiguous to Matthew because his cars were his weak spot.

“Don’t worry, guys. The guy is sitting in my car right now. I will send them back safely,” said the driver into his walkie-talkie.

“That’s good!”

“Tell the young man that where there is life, there is hope.”

“Yeah, man. Things will get better in time.”

ill only

Matthew heard that. It was only then did he realize that Elizabeth had done such an ambiguous action because she didn’t want him to listen to their conversation.

Does she actually know the driver? Before we got into the car, she seemed to have told the driver that I wanted to take my own life.

The corners of his mouth curved up when he thought of it.

Matthew liked the word “husband,” but taking his own life didn’t go well with him at all, and he didn’t like the idea.

Nevertheless, he had an idea and smirked in triumph.

Elizabeth knitted her brows and wondered why they couldn’t stop talking.

She was afraid that Matthew would be pissed off if he knew all of this when he awoke.

“Could you please stop chatting and pay attention to the road? We’ll pay you the fare,” said Elizabeth to the driver.”

“Talk to you later. Drive safe,” said the driver into the walkie-talkie.

Elizabeth took a look at the man who was lying on her chest. His eyes were closed, and his eyelashes were long. He had a straight nose that accentuated his prominent facial features.

Elizabeth couldn’t help but want to touch the man’s face.

She had wanted to check to see if he was awake. Yet little did she expect to be carried away by it.

“Don’t worry, Miss. I’ve been driving for decades. I will make certain that you get home safely,” said the driver.


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