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«My Youth Began With Him (Web Novel) - Chapter 1491 - The Huo Family’s Doors Will Always Stay Open for You (2)

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Chapter 1491: The Huo Family’s Doors Will Always Stay Open for You (2)

This chapter is updated by Novels.pl

Translator: Noodletown Translations  Editor: Noodletown Translations

Ha, she never realized how poetic Qin Chu was - his letter of goodbye was so beautiful.

Awesome.

Huo Mian’s hands trembled as she tightly grasped her phone; tears fell uncontrollably out of her eye sockets, like a broken pearl necklace.

This was Qin Chu’s first Weibo update ever since he created his account. However, this update was to announce their divorce…

Thanks to his admission, none of the media had to keep speculating.

Was his account hacked? Impossible, no one was capable of hacking into Qin Chu’s account.

Huo Mian took a deep breath in and tried to calm herself. Then, she sent Qin Chu a private message.

“Was that really necessary?”

She knew he was online; she waited and waited but he never replied…

This caused her heart to sink all over again…

A minute later, Huo Mian updated her Weibo page as well, “Sometimes, you think that love’s going to last forever, but in the end, it may disappear in a split second. Sometimes, you might feel like it’s unbearable, but in the end, you will accidentally spend your lives together. Relationships cannot be planned out, those who are willing to do anything for you might turn their backs on you the next day. A lifetime… is so long, so long that everything can change.”

Qin Chu and Huo Mian’s admission of their failed relationship erupted within C City.

Su Yu, who had been quiet all this time, was in his private mansion, reading Huo Mian’s newest Weibo post.

His heart ached for her…

Wasn’t he supposed to be happy that Huo Mian got divorced? But why was he so sad upon reading her post?

Huo Mian’s pain was probably unbearable right now.

Su Yu was going to ask her if she was okay but deleted the message after he typed it.

He felt like Huo Mian didn’t need consolation right now. Rather, she needed some peace and quiet.

So what if he really asked her? Would he believe Huo Mian if she said she was fine? Could he make her feel better if she wasn’t?

This time around, the usually extroverted Su Yu decided to remain silent…

That night, Huo Mian sat awake until dawn, hoping that everything was just a dream.

- 6 AM -

Jiang Xiaowei and Zhu Lingling pressed her doorbell nonstop, and Huo Mian opened the door.

They thought her hair would be messy, her face would be swollen from tears, and she would seem depressed.

To the contrary, Huo Mian was wearing a white shirt with a beautiful dark-blue bow tied around the collar. Her face was clean and she had light makeup on… she was even wearing blush…

“Mian… are you okay?” Zhu Lingling was about to burst into tears; they couldn’t even help her when something like this happened, and Huo Mian refused to pick up their countless calls.

She even ignored their WeChat and text messages.

Therefore, Zhu Lingling and Jiang Xiaowei decided to come to see her at Sky Blessing Court. Thank god she was here, or else they might have thought that she went out to commit suicide or something.

“I’m fine…” Huo Mian smiled in despair and invited them in.

“Where’s Auntie Yang?” Lingling scanned the room but didn’t see Huo Mian’s mother.

“She went to New Zealand.”

“When?”

“Last night…”

“You sent her there?”

“Mhm.” Huo Mian nodded.

Then, the three of them sat down on the couch; the atmosphere of the room was more depressing than ever.

This rarely happened when the three of them were together.

Jiang Xiaowei and Zhu Lingling glanced at each other before asking, “Mian, what happened between you and Qin Chu?”

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