When His Eyes Opened By Simple Silence Chapter 28

Read When His Eyes Opened By Simple Silence Chapter 28

“… I don’t know the password. My dad didn’t tell me the password before he passed.” Avery Tate frowned and shook her head.

She hadn’t lied.

It was true that Jack Tate hadn’t told her about the company before his d***h, let alone his last words related to the password.

There were so many people in the room at that time, if Jack Tate had said it, she couldn’t have been the only one who knew.

“Uncle Locklyn, why don’t I go back and ask my mom!” Avery Tate discussed with the vice president, “When I saw my dad for the last time, he left after saying a couple of words to me. My mom might know a bit more.”

The vice president didn’t doubt it. “Okay. Don’t tell anyone about this. This is a top secret of our company. I’m only telling you because you’re the heir appointed by President Tate.”

Avery Tate glanced at the safe, a very sober voice in her mind reminding her.

They had to tell her about this secret because they couldn’t find someone to open the safe.

If they had opened this safe secretly, they would have simply taken the stuff in the safe privately and would never have let her know about it.

“Well, I definitely won’t tell anyone about this thing. Uncle Locklyn, apart from you, who else knows about this?” Avery Tate chatted with the vice president as her feet headed towards the door.

The vice president followed along towards the door.

“Two other technicians. They are both your father’s particularly trusted people and have been following him for many years. When the time comes to sell and get the money, we’ll split it equally, what do you think?” The vice president said.

Avery Tate nodded, “Then I’ll go back and get the password first.”

“Alright. Tate, it’s not that I don’t persist, it’s that no one sees any good in your father’s company and our team. They only want this system we’ve developed, and we’ll definitely be kicked out when the time comes. It’s also very hard for me to make this decision.”

“Yes, I understand. Uncle Locklyn, what if I can’t think of the right password?” Avery Tate’s eyes lifted up to look at the Vice President.

She was really a bit worried.

She had absolutely no clue now.

The vice president frowned, “Your father must have left you some signals when he gave you the company. You go back and think about it carefully.”


After leaving the company, Avery Tate took a taxi back to her mother’s home.

Laura Jensen was washing vegetables.

“Tate, why did Cole Foster look for you? Didn’t you two break up?”

Avery Tate picked up her glass of water, took a sip and said, “He was beaten up by Elliot Foster and wanted to fight back. He tried to use my hand to k**l Elliot Foster.”

Laura Jensen’s face changed dramatically, “Tate, you wouldn’t agree to that, would you?!”

“How is that possible? K*****g someone, I definitely won’t do it. Mom, what kind of person am I in your mind?”

Laura Jensen sighed in relief. “You’ve grown up and don’t share a lot of things with me. For example, the matter of your pregnancy… If Elliot Foster hadn’t forced you to have an a******n, how long would you have planned to hide it from me?”

Avery Tate walked up to her mom and hugged her. “Mom, I didn’t know about the pregnancy until very late, too. By the way, do you know where Dad’s relics are?”

The expression on Laura Jensen’s face froze and she said awkwardly, “Tate, your father and I divorced a long time ago and when he died, his relics were not mine to handle. What do you need his relics for?”

She told her mother what had just happened.

“It’s a six-digit code. What would Dad have set? Did he ever tell you about it?” She pondered hard.

Laura Jensen shook her head, “He didn’t say anything to me about the password. He kept telling me he was sorry then and kept shedding tears… Honestly, I hated him, but every time I think of the image of him on his deathbed, I get soft… Sigh, what’s the use of hating again when people have gone.”

“Mom, the Vice President told me that Dad didn’t give me the company to carry on the debt. He said that the system Dad developed could be sold for a lot of money.” Avery Tate’s nose twitched, and she felt very complicated.


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