When His Eyes Opened By Simple Silence Chapter 73

Read When His Eyes Opened By Simple Silence Chapter 73

“That’s her,” answered Elliot.

“Got it! I’ll remember her name!” responded the captain.

Back at the Foster mansion, Avery was sitting at her desk and using her laptop to sign into her social media accounts so she could post a status update about her stolen phone.

She continued to sit at the desk in a daze after that.

Maybe it was a good thing if the thief wiped out everything in her phone and sold it off.

What she dreaded was a stranger invading her privacy and going through her phone.

She placed her hand on her spinning head and sighed heavily.

If she knew this was going to happen, she would never have left the neighborhood.

She could have just taken her walk in the neighborhood itself!

Avery got up from her desk and went into the bathroom.

After her shower, she climbed into bed and lay down.

She had to get a new phone and number the next day.

She tossed and turned in bed, unable to fall asleep.

The sound of frantic footsteps came from the hallway outside, followed by a knock on her door.

“Are you awake, Madam?” Mrs. Cooper called. “Master Elliot just called to say that he got your phone back. You just need to go sign some release papers at the station. If you don’t want to go yourself, he can do it for you.”

Avery leaped out of bed and opened the door.

“They found my phone?”

“Yes! Master Elliot made sure they did,” Mrs. Cooper said, making sure to emphasize the key point. “I was the one who called him and told him about the whole thing. You’re not mad, are you?”

Avery shook her head.

She was ecstatic that her phone had been found, how could she possibly be angry?

She arrived at the police station with Mrs. Cooper half an hour later.

When Avery noticed that Elliot was holding her phone in his hand, she broke into a cold sweat.

“Give that to me!” she snapped, then rushed forward and tried to snatch her phone out of his hand.

Elliot raised his arm over his head before she could grab it.

“Are you that afraid of me looking through your phone?” he mocked.

“Did you?” Avery asked as her eyes reddened. “Who gave you permission? Do you have no regard for other people’s privacy at all?! I’m not your toy! You always do this! You never respect me!”

Everyone around them watched their altercation in stunned silence.

Elliot had stayed at the station the whole time to pressure them into getting the phone back.

Now that the phone was found in record timing, not only was Avery not grateful, but she was snapping at him.

This was the mighty Elliot Foster that put fear in the eyes of all those around him!

Where did Avery find the courage to raise her voice at him?

The thief was watching them fight, and could not help but interject, “It’s just a bunch of photos of a belly in there!”

His words turned Avery’s eyes red with rage and made her body tremble.

It was as if she was stripped n***d for all to see.

When she entered her second trimester, she would take a photo of her belly after every shower to check the progress of her baby bump.

Elliot did not check her phone, so hearing the thief’s words made him glance at Avery with a bewildered look on his face.


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