Gu Lingfei: Married at First Sight Novel Chapter 35 | [Serenity & Zachary]

Gu Lingfei: Married at First Sight Novel Chapter 35

The ever-friendly Rowan had a blast chatting with Serenity

After witnessing Serenity working Zachary like a mule, the boy was on Team Serenity now. Rowan believed he could hide behind Serenity for anything!

Liberty and Hank, together with their son, Sonny, arrived a little later than the Yorks.

Since Serenity’s husband knew the car owner whose luxury sedan was scratched by Liberty, the damages only came to nine thousand bucks. Hank did not dare to make light of his new brother-in-law.

Hank did not take the meeting seriously at first but had since adopted a different attitude. After meeting with Zachary, Hank was in awe of his brother-in-law as Zachary commanded the room with his revered presence, more so than his boss could.

Mr. York.”

All smiles, Hank extended his right hand to Zachary,“ Hello, I’m Serenity’s brother-in-law.” | Zachary shook hands with Hank and faintly uttered,“ Hello, Hank.”

He then extended his greetings to Liberty.

Liberty’s first impression of Zachary was that he looked well-presented. Although Zachary appeared rather imposing in the photograph and aloof in person, Liberty was pleased with Serenity’s husband. “Sonny, say Uncle.”

Liberty taught her son to address Zachary. Sonny was an adorable little guy and had his mother’s dark and bright eyes. It was hard not to be drawn to his curious eyes.

Zachary had to ask, “Can I hold him?”

Liberty answered in delight, “Sure.”

She handed her son to Serenity, so Serenity passed the little man to Zachary.

Zachary was impressed by Liberty’s thoughtful action as the latter carried herself with decorum.

Liberty first had Serenity hold Sonny for Zachary to receive the boy from Serenity to avoid more than necessary physical contact with her new brother-in-law during the handoff.

As lawfully wedded husband and wife, Zachary and Serenity were not bound by the same society’s norm on physical contact.

Zachary carried Sonny upstairs.

Despite his limited vocabulary, the little man learned the new word right away. Kids, including Rowan, were afraid of and stayed away from Zachary. Hence why Rowan was so eager for Serenity to take him under her wing.

However, Zachary did not scare Sonny. Settling in Zachary’s arms, Sonny called him Uncle. The newlyweds welcomed the family of three into the house and introduced the Yorks to them.

Knowing that the sisters lost their parents young and got through life and college with their parents’ insurance , the Yorks had nothing but respect and admiration for Liberty.

Although Liberty was a homemaker and out of touch with society, she was acquainted with the world of professionals before marriage. She could tell the Yorks were cultured and closely knit unlike most families from rural areas.

Grandma May mentioned that the Yorks were from the countryside. However, her children and grandchildren managed to make something of themselves in the city. Since then, the family moved to the city, but the old lady would have long trips back to their hometown.

The Yorks’ estate was on the outskirts, away from the bustling city. The family owned farmland by the estate, so Grandma May’s story about living in the rural area added up.

The only thing was Grandma May must be growing money trees instead of fresh produce.

With her sister’s family here, Serenity could get a start on lunch.

To her surprise, Zachary came to the kitchen to help out.

“I can handle it, Mr. York. Why don’t you keep our guests company?”

Zachary replied faintly, “My family feels right at home. They’ll do fine without me.”

“You can chat with my brother-in-law.”

A chill flashed in Zachary’s eyes faster than anyone could catch it. Still, he remained distant and responded, “I have nothing in common to talk about with Hank.”

Hank was a load of trash who could not stop buttering up to Zachary. Hank was probably not all talk since he was a manager of a reputable company after all.

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