Gu Lingfei: Married at First Sight Novel Chapter 537 | [Serenity & Zachary]

Gu Lingfei: Married at First Sight Novel Chapter 537

“I said nothing of that sort. You said it yourself.” Old Mr. Hunt replied, “Where are you? Look at the time, and your shop isn’t open yet. Other businesses would have made a lot of money by now.”

“Zachary, my granddad’s so concerned as to what time I’m setting up my shop. Are pigs flying? Can you grab your phone and check from the balcony? You need to take a picture of this phenomenon.”

With a scowl, Old Mr. Hunt lashed out, “Don’t change the subject, Serenity. I’m talking to you. Your uncles, aunts, and I are waiting for you at the shop. Hurry up and get over here to unlock the door! We haven’t even had breakfast. Get us takeouts on your way here.”

“There are plenty of breakfast places around. You can go hungry if you don’t want to eat there.”

Why should Serenity be so kind to get them takeaway? They would only tear into her after getting fed.

Offended by Serenity’s attitude, Old Mr. Hunt wanted to let Serenity have it when John snatched the phone over. John sounded rather nice over the phone. “Serenity, this is your cousin, John. We’re waiting in front of your shop. It’ll be great if you could get here soon. We need to talk to you about something.” “I’ll head over after I have my breakfast.”

“Alright. We’ll be waiting for you.”

John then hung up the call.

“Was that your relatives again?” Zachary asked solemnly as Serenity put down the phone.

He had been making those people pay in secret, so life must have been hard on them to come back again.

Josh was right when he said that these people would be all over Serenity, demanding money from her since they had nothing to lose now.

“Yeah. I think all of them are waiting in front of my shop. I don’t know what they want. Anyway, I will never oblige with their request to pay for my grandmom’s medical fees. So what if they come in numbers?” Seeing that Grandmom had a lot of devoted children and grandchildren, Serenity, as the unfavored granddaughter, had no obligation to pay for the hospital bill. Her cousins had better lives than Serenity and her sister anyway.

“I’ll drive you to the shop later,” Zachary offered. Grandma May jumped in, “I’ve never seen your relatives. It’s time we meet.” The Hunts were utterly absurd. Suill, it did not change the fact they were related to Serenity by blood. They were the York family’s in-laws by name. As the grandmother and grandson braced themselves and declared they were coming with,

Serenity responded with a smile, “It’ll be fine, Nana. All they want is money. I have the money, but I’m not going to give them any. What can they do about it?

“I was fine chipping in a little for my father’s sake if they couldn’t afford to foot my grandmom’s medical fees. That was despite the way they treated me and my sister.

“But they’re richer than I am. The only thing holding them back from forking out the cash is their greed. They even benefited from my parent’s insurance payout. I wonder if their conscience will ever come back to bite them.”

Granddad and Grandmom had not aged to the point that they were mobility impaired, nor were they confined to the bed due to any illness. Yet, their children and grandchildren were already expecting Serenity to step up to the plate and take responsibility. In the event the old couple was to be bed bound, their corpses would not even be discovered until they were rotten.

Every time Grandmom and Granddad were feeling under the weather, it was Serenity’s parents who brought them to the hospital and took care of them back when her parents were still around.

Nevertheless, Grandmom often spoke ill about her parents to the townspeople.

Grandmom and Granddad should take a good look at how their favored children were treating them now.


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