Read The Substitute Wife: My Poor Husband is a Billionaire Chapter 234
The night fell Several towering buildings dotted the streets Between two buildings stood a woman in a black windbreaker and red high heels The enormous sunglasses seemed to conceal her face.
Jocelyn tucked a strand of hair behind her ear. her cautious gaze still fixed on the cafe across the street.
Janet was sitting at a table beside the French window in the cafe. Jocelyn had a clear view of her from where she was standing.
The man had stopped Janet just as she was about to take a sip of the coffee.
Who the h**l is he? Jocelyn grew anxious She wanted to run over there and pour the coffee down Janet’s throat.
Fortunately, the man left after a while Janet ordered another cup of coffee and seemed to wait impatiently without drinking it.
Jocelyn angrily stomped her foot. She saw Janet take out her phone and called someone, probably Bernie Before leaving the house, Jocelyn had secretly taken Bernie’s phone with her, fearing that he might find out her plan.
Since her calls went unanswered, Janet sighed and stood up to leave.
However, if she left now, Jocelyn’s plans would fail. She didn’t want to miss a great opportunity. Jocelyn rushed to the cafe to stop her. She wanted to make sure Janet drank the coffee.
The moment Janet stood up, she saw Jocelyn walking into the cafe.
A knowing smile emerged on Janet’s face. She was right about Jocelyn planning all this and watching her in the dark Now that she pretended to take her bag and leave, as expected, Jocelyn grew anxious and showed up.
What a coincidence! What are you doing here?” Janet asked, pretending to look both surprised and confused.
Jocelyn grabbed her wrist, feigning reluctance. “Dad asked me to meet you. He has been busy with work so be couldn’t come today. He asked me to meet you on behalf of him.”
She gripped Janet’s shoulders and forced her to sit down.
“He said he wanted to apologize to me in person. He said he despises you and your mom for the things you have Gone to me. Are you going to apologize to me on your own?” Janet stirred the coffee as she glanced coldly at Jocelyn.
“Well, Dad has taught me a lesson. I’m a changed woman now.” Jocelyn dropped her gaze to the floor, pretending to look guilty.
“Wait. Are you really apologizing to me, Jocelyn Lind?” Janet sneered ‘Wow, is it the end of the world?”
Some people were born vicious, and Janet believed Jocelyn was one of them.
Janet’s piercing gaze sent a shiver down Jocelyn’s spine. She bit her lip and sat opposite Janet. “Although I didn’t like you, I never thought Mom would do something like that I want to apologize on behalf of her as well.”
However, Janet remained unconcerned. She felt Jocelyn was a terrible actress.
“Okay, apologize now.” she smirked, crossing her arms over her chest.