Gu Lingfei: Married at First Sight Novel Chapter 1070 | [Serenity & Zachary]

Gu Lingfei: Married at First Sight Novel Chapter 1070

Liberty explained why there were security guards patrolling the street as she served the eggs benedict to Elisa.

Serenity did not notice that the security guards were only patrolling half of the street including Liberty’s store. As for the other half of the street, the guards simply looked from afar and did not patrol there.

However, the overall security of the street was still heightened with the presence of the guards.

Serenity’s beautiful eyes twinkled. She felt that Duncan’s action was because of her sister, but when she saw that Liberty did not seem to be interested at all, there was nothing else she could say. Who knew if Duncan did it for her sister or really for the safety of all his tenants?

The store rented by her sister indeed belonged to Duncan.

Duncan would pass by here every day to and from work. Since he was friends with Zachary, it was normal for him to look out for Liberty.

Duncan did not explicitly say that he was interested in Liberty, so Serenity could only watch silently from the sidelines. She could not do anything.

Elisa tentatively tasted the eggs benedict and found that it was quite good. She finished the whole plate.

It was the opening day of Liberty’s store. After breakfast hours were over, she prepared to close up and invited her family and friends to Wiltspoon Hotel for a meal. Liberty had more than a million dollars from Hank, so she was not stingy and agreed easily.

Liberty did not have friends after her marriage, so her guest list included the Stones, Soxes, and Yorks, as well as Josh and Duncan.

The whole Stone family came, while Jasmine and Drake represented the Sox family. Their parents could not attend because of other matters, but they asked Jasmine to pass on a bottle of wine to Liberty.

The members of the York family usually ate at their own hotel. Apart from Rowan, who was still in school, everyone who was in Wiltspoon attended. As for the older generation, only Grandma May, Liam, and Tania came.

Grandma May’s second and third sons could not make it, but they asked Tania to send Liberty congratulatory gifts on their behalf. They showed a lot of respect to Liberty, who was Serenity’s sister.

Serenity was incredibly grateful.

Later, in private, her sister nagged her again and told her to live well and be good to Zachary.

Zachary had the backing of her sister. Whenever he had a conflict with Serenity, he would go back to her family to tell on her to her sister. Serenity did not know whether to laugh or cry at this.

The meal Liberty treated everyone to was lively and full of laughter. Meanwhile, Jessica called Hank after leaving All You Can Eat and questioned where he went. He said he went out looking for work.

Jessica only half-believed him, but after Hank coaxed her, she was in a much better mood and decided to go to the market to buy some groceries home to cook for her husband.

When she came out of the mart, she was stopped by two tall men wearing black masks and black sunglasses.

Jessica saw them come out from a black sedan.

“What do you want?” she asked cautiously while quietly taking a few steps back.

“Are you Ms. Jessica Yates?”

“Who are you?”

They knew her name, but she did not know who they were. Jessica was wary.

“Our lady wants to see you. Please come with us, Ms. Yates. Don’t worry, we won’t make things difficult for you.”

Jessica frowned. “Who’s your lady? I don’t know her. I have to go home and make dinner for my husband since he’s coming back from work soon. I don’t have time for you.”

Then, she tried to walk around them.

“You and your husband both lost your jobs. What work are you talking about? Ms. Yates, are you willing to watch your husband get closer to his ex-wife each day until they remarry?”

Jessica froze. “Who the hell are you guys?”

How did they know so much about her personal life?

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