You dont have javascript enabled! Please enable it!

Let me go, Mr. Hill By Shallow South Chapter 306

Read Let me go, Mr. Hill [by Shallow South] Chapter 306

His handsome face was expressionless, but people familiar with him knew that this was a precursor to an explosion of anger.

The younger generation held their breaths in fear, and the elderly did not dare to speak carelessly. Nicola flushed in anger. “That’s not what I meant—”

“Enough, save it.” Valerie shot her a look. “We were indeed too anxious. You first have to understand each other’s personalities and hobbies. You two should have more dinner dates and go watch movies together. There’s a private cinema at home, so you can go watch a movie after dinner later.”

“Yes, that’s a good idea.” Old Madam Hill also changed the subject and talked about the fresh ingredients that Shaun had specially commissioned to be flown in from abroad.

After finishing the orange, Shaun did not participate in the chat with the women and turned to leave.

Not long after he left, two more young men came in. One was Willie Hill, who Catherine had met before, and the other was wearing a dark blue suit. His inky hair hung across his forehead, and his handsome brows gave him an air of arrogance.

Old Madam Hill waved at them to come over. “Liam, why are you so late?”

“I was delayed by something at the company. Here, Grandma. This is a holiday gift for you.” Liam held out a beautiful piece of jade.

Catherine was struck by a realization. This was Shaun’s younger brother from a different father!

Her gaze turned and landed on Willie, whose eyes almost popped out of his sockets. However, he recovered very quickly and coughed softly. “Grandma, I’ll go to the back and check on the fish that Shaun asked to deliver.”

At 6:30 p.m., the family dinner began.

More than 20 people were seated at the long table.

The chef cut the bluefin tuna piece by piece in front of everyone. The fish was very large, around two meters long, and had lived in the deep sea.

Catherine loved to study cooking and was extremely interested in the ingredients, so she especially looked forward to the tuna tonight.

However, she did not know if it was intentional or not, but when it was her turn, the most tender meat in the abdomen was already gone.

The chef smiled apologetically. “I’m sorry, but there’s only the red part left. You wouldn’t mind, right, Ms. Jones?”

Queenie snickered. “What’s there to mind? She probably has never eaten a deep-sea fish worth tens of millions before. Even the red part would taste good to her.”

Catherine’s face was calm. She had already expected certain things to happen, so there was nothing for her to be angry about.

However, Joel’s expression became ugly. “Ms. Hill, Catherine is my daughter. Please watch your tone.”

Joel’s identity was not ordinary, and Old Master Hill immediately became displeased with Queenie. “Shut your mouth if you don’t know how to watch your words.”

“Catherine, you can eat my portion…” Joel tried to push his own plate over.

Shaun, who was sitting at the front and had been playing with his phone, suddenly looked up. “My stomach hasn’t been feeling well recently, so I can’t eat cold things. Take my portion. Uncle Joel can keep his own portion.”

Everyone was stunned and turned to look at Melanie.

Valerie smiled. “Melanie, Shaun really dotes on you. He’d rather give up his portion than treat his future father-in-law poorly.”

Melanie secretly rejoiced. She had been a little worried before, but it seemed like the eldest young master still cared about her.

Shaun ignored their conversation and turned to the chef while saying with a faint smile, “If you can’t even divide a few pieces of meat equally, I think you can go.”

The chef panicked. “Eldest Young Master, I…”

Options

not work with dark mode
Reset
error: Alert: Content selection is disabled!!