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The Rewritten Love: A Second Beginning Chapter 896 by Max Charming

The Rewritten Love: A Second Beginning by Max Charming Chapter 896 

Margaret, busy in the room with Dalton, noticed the sound of someone at the door. She knocked softly on the closet door. “Ms. Jent, Mrs. Jardin is back,” she announced quietly.

Madelyn, alerted by Margaret’s gentle warning, quickly got up, tucked her cellphone into the box, and hid it back in its secret spot. Zach, overhearing the faint murmur of voices, gently opened the door and stepped inside. He scanned the room carefully but did not immediately see Madelyn.

Margaret feigned surprise and said, ” Oh! Ms. Jent is right in the walk-in closet, trying to pick out some clothes. She mentioned wanting to mix up her wardrobe with something new and lively.”

Zach did not question Margaret’s made -up story. He valued her support for Madelyn and did not think it was right to scold her. As he opened the closet door, he saw Madelyn stepping out, holding onto some old pajamas. However, it wasn’t the pajamas that grabbed Zach’s notice; it was Madelyn’s eyes, red and swollen from crying. Concerned, he reached out, asking, “Have you been crying?”

Madelyn spun around, pulling back from his hand, worried he might see the truth in her eyes. “Nah, it’s nothing, ” she said, trying to sound calm, “just a bug flew in my eye.”

“Let me see,” Zach said, moving closer with a worried look. Madelyn moved away, “Really, there’s no need; I’m okay now,” trying to put space between them.

Dalton was crawling around and eventually reached Madelyn’s feet. She glanced down at him. He grabbed the hem of her pants and pulled himself up, his eyes wide with anticipation.” Mama, mama…” he babbled, reaching out for her. Despite her initial hesitation, Madelyn’s instincts kicked in; she picked up Dalton and carried him away from the room, Zach’s gaze following them.

After Madelyn and Dalton had left the room, Zach turned to face Margaret. His expression was serious, and it was enough to make Margaret feel uneasy.

Margaret, startled by Zach’s intense look, said, “Mr. Jardin, please, that’s a very serious gaze.” She hastened to add, “Ms. Jent tends to keep to herself. She just came in a little while ago. That’s honestly all I know.”

Downstairs, Madelyn was feeding Dalton when the doorbell soon rang. As the door swung open, a fashion brand manager in a black uniform stepped in with a recognizing smile. “Ms. Jent, it’s quite the surprise to see you, especially with a baby,” she said.

Her assistants trailed behind her as she continued, “Mr. Jardin has handpicked our latest collection for you. Please take a look at these pieces and let us know your thoughts. Should they not be to your taste, we have a variety of other options for you to consider.”

In the kitchen, as Margaret stirred the pot of sweet fruit soup, she could not shake a feeling of worry-her harmless little white lie had been taken to heart by Zach.

Madelyn, mulling over the stories Margaret had concocted for her, was hit by a pang of conscience. Initially inclined to refuse the delivery, she gave it a second thought. Eyeing the stack of boxes, she said to the woman, “These will be fine, thank you. Could you please have them brought upstairs?”

“Of course, Ms. Jent. We’re at your service,” the manager replied with a polite smile. As the manager’s assistants started to pick up the boxes to carry upstairs, Madelyn said, “Let’s keep these here for now. They’ll be moved up later on.”

The manager, always ready to assist, said, “We can take care of that immediately, Ms. Jent.”

Madelyn replied, “I’d prefer them here, thank you. I need to organize upstairs a bit first.”

With a nod, the manager completed the delivery and then led her team outside. Madelyn glanced briefly at the clothes and jewelry. Not finding the jewelry appealing, she lost interest and went back to her room with Dalton.

After a calm feeding session, they played with his toys on the floor. Meanwhile, the servants efficiently organized the new outfits and removed the old ones, packing them into boxes for storage upstairs.

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The Rewritten Love: A Second Beginning by Max Charming

The Rewritten Love: A Second Beginning by Max Charming

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Status: Ongoing Type: Author: Native Language: English

Madelyn Jent died on her wedding anniversary. She had been married to Zach Jardin for eight years, compromising for the better part of her life. However, she ended up being kicked out of the house. After the painful divorce, Madelyn was diagnosed with terminal cancer. Despite her deteriorating health, she clung to life in the hospital, hoping that Zach would visit her one last time. As Valentine's Day arrived, heavy snow fell outside. Yet, Zach failed to make an appearance, leaving Madelyn with a deep sense of regret. "Zach Jardin... If I could start over, I would never fall in love with you again!"

Miraculously, Madelyn found herself reborn to the time when she was eighteen. Fueled by the desire to avoid repeating the same mistakes, she made a solemn vow to distance herself from everything related to Zach. But fate seemed determined to test her resolve. Just as she sought to escape the shadows of her past, the same man, Zach, emerged with an intimidating aura, gradually approaching her step by step. His voice, reminiscent of a devil's melody, echoed through the hallway as he declared, "Madelyn, I'll take care of you for the rest of your life..."

Chapter 1 On February 14th, Valentine's Day, Madelyn Jent, a 31-year-old woman, lost her battle to cancer. Inside a room in SereneCare Hospital in Ventropolis, the air was filled with a strong scent of disinfectant. [Zach, the doctor inserted a painful dialysis needle in me today.] [I'm on the verge of death. Could you spare a moment to visit me?] [Please, Zach...] Madelyn weakly turned her head and glanced at the text messages on her phone. Despite sending multiple messages, she had received no response from Zach. IV drips were connected to her veins. Her face was pale, her eyes sunken, and her body emaciated. Cancer had ravaged her limbs, causing them to deteriorate. She was completely immobile, unable to perform even the simplest tasks unaided. The nurse assigned to care for her hadn't shown up for almost two weeks, citing that further treatment was unnecessary. Madelyn was sensitive to the pain, but in the advanced stage of her cancer, she had to suffer with it every day. The only thing that kept her going was her love for Zach. But now, her once overwhelming love for him had faded. She was left with nothing but a frail and ailing body. Madelyn switched off her phone and silently awaited the embrace of death. The pain had nearly blurred her consciousness. She reminisced about the eight years she had devoted to being Zach's faithful wife. But what had she gained in the end? One by one, those around her had abandoned her, leaving her alone and destitute. Madelyn couldn't help but think that Zach would perhaps feel the greatest relief upon her demise. With her gone, he no longer subjected to the sight of her face. He could finally satisfy his longing to bring Cecilia Samford home as his wife. Eight months ago, on Zach's birthday, Madelyn sat on the couch, anxiously waiting for his return. It was well past two o'clock in the morning, and the carefully prepared meal on the table had grown cold. Instead of Zach, it was his assistant who arrived, bearing a divorce agreement. The assistant delivered the news hesitantly, saying, "Madam, Mr. Jardin had no choice. The Jardin Corporation is a vast enterprise that requires an heir." Madelyn forced a pale smile. A few years ago, she had been pregnant, but an accident had tragically led to a stillborn child. Since then, she hadn't been able to conceive.    


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