The Bumpy Road of Marriage: Divorce Now, Daddy - Chapter 2020 - This Was Her Real Mother, Right?
Chapter 2020: This Was Her Real Mother, Right?
Le Tian pursed her lips slightly, still unable to make herself reply to Ding Junqi.
Ding Junqi reached out and held Le Tian’s wrist. “Even if time and space change, I won’t change my habits. I don’t touch people I don’t like, and I definitely won’t let anyone I don’t like give birth to my children.”
“Can you not embarrass yourself when you speak? Why didn’t you think of this when you picked on me earlier?” Le Tian said straightforwardly.
Could he claim that he made that mistake out of anger?
“Ding Junqi, let me tell you. I don’t want to marry you,” said Le Tian as she gripped at the clothes in her hands. She did not like the current situation at all—overwhelmed by this feeling of helplessly trapped.
What she really minded right now was how Ding Junqi had been picking on her in the past few years.
The more that was the case, the more frustrated she felt.
Ding Junqi sat on the bed and looked at Le Tian. “What exactly do you want?”
“I don’t know what I want, but I don’t want to marry you.”
Ding Junqi was furious, but Le Tian’s temper was not any better.
After growling at each other angrily, the room lapsed into silence again.
Ding Junqi grabbed his hair angrily. His back was burning with pain. “What do you hate about me? I’ll change, okay?”
These words sounded extremely helpless because he truly had no other choice left. This was the first time someone frustrated him so much. Admittedly, Le Tian did it.
Ding Junqi spoke in a whisper. Le Tian wanted to say something but decided against it eventually. She just gripped the fabric on her clothes tightly. She wanted to know what was stopping her too. However, she did not know what the problem was right now.
Both of them were pushed into a cul-de-sac, and neither of them could get out.
Le Tian’s mother was done cooking and asked Ding Yuejia to summon his parents for dinner.
Ding Yuejia leaned against the door. He blinked his big red eyes that were like little rabbits as he looked at his parents. “Grandma said we’re eating.”
Le Tian got up immediately and walked out with Ding Yuejia in her arms.
Ding Junqi sat on the bed and inhaled deeply. Every single twitch of his muscle was terribly painful.
Although Le Tian did not relent, Ding Junqi understood that Le Tian was not as indifferent to him as she appeared to be through this incident, at least.
Therefore, this injury was worth it.
Ding Junqi walked out slowly. Le Tian did not even look at him. She sat at the table and continued watching over Ding Yuejia as he ate.
Le Tian’s mother looked at the two of them and wondered if she was dreaming. Ding Junqi was actually her son-in-law. This was too terrifying.
Le Tian watched from the corner of her eye as Ding Junqi sat down. She watched her mother put some food into Ding Junqi’s bowl and told him to eat more.
She thought of how much he gained from getting injured this time. He had settled her parents in one go.
The more Le Tian thought about this, the more she was convinced that Ding Junqi did not deserve her sympathy.
“Junqi, will you still be outstation tomorrow?” Le Tian’s mother asked worriedly. Especially with Ding Junqi’s injuries, it gave others a feeling that he did not appreciate his life.
Ding Junqi nodded slightly with his hand that held the chopsticks still trembling.
“I’ll go for a few days of filming and will be back in about a week. This time, I’ll go by myself. Le Tian will stay at home and take care of Ding Yuejia. I’m worried about her being alone over there, so I’ll let her stay at home.” Although Ding Junqi’s back was hurting, he maintained his usual posture and spoke considerately.
Le Tian’s mother could not help but think about how wonderful it was to date men who were a few years older. He pretty much laid everything out for their daughter.
“How can you go alone? Why don’t I take care of Yuejia? Le Tian can go with you,” said Le Tian’s mother.
Le Tian’s head snapped up suddenly and looked at her mother in disbelief.
She was not mistaken, right? This was her real mother, right?