Gu Lingfei: Married at First Sight Novel Chapter 1379 | [Serenity & Zachary]

Gu Lingfei: Married at First Sight Novel Chapter 1379 | [Serenity & Zachary]

Zachary watched as Mrs. Sox returned to the house and closed the door behind her. He stood in front of the gate for a while before waltzing back to his car.

He sat in silence for a few minutes before starting the engine and driving off.

Zachary arrived at the Soxes‘ residence first thing in the morning.

The gate to the Sox family’s home was wide open, and the two hounds were tied to a leash.

Zachary had a bad feeling that he arrived too late.

He pulled up and before he could even get out of the car, Mrs. Sox, who was sweeping the yard, approached him with a broom.

“Mr. York, Jasmine and Serenity are out. They went to Liberty’s diner.”

Zachary asked, “How long have they been gone?”

“Around twenty minutes. Serenity woke up and said she needed to pick Sonny up from her sister’s, so they left early.”

Zachary thanked Mrs. Sox and uttered, “I’ll head to my sister–in–law’s breakfast place then.”

“Okay,” Mrs. Sox answered.

Zachary quickly drove away from the Soxes‘ residence.

He dialed Liberty’s number while on the road.

Liberty took the call.

“Morning, Liberty.”

“Oh, morning, Zachary. What’s the matter? You must be looking for Seren. Seren and Jasmine are having breakfast here.”

Liberty had no idea that the couple had another argument. Since she was busy, Liberty handed the phone to her sister and said, “It’s Zachary.”

Now that the phone was with Serenity, Liberty was back to working mode.

Serenity was tempted to hang up, but Zachary cried out anxiously on the other end of the line, Please don’t hang up, honey. I know it’s my fault. I’m to blame for everything. I shouldn’t have left you alone and gone off on my own. It’s all my fault.”

She listened without a word.

“Don’t ignore me, honey. Please don’t avoid me, okay? Don’t leave yet. We can have a good talk. I can go with you if you want to check on the progress of your project.”

Serenity finally broke her silence, talking in a flat tone, “I wouldn’t dare ask the great Mr. York to keep me company since he’s busy.”

“I’m sorry, honey.”

His wife’s sarcastic remarks prompted Zachary to apologize.

“Be careful on the road. I’m having my breakfast,” Serenity faintly uttered before ending the call. She returned the phone to her sister.

“What’s up?” Liberty asked her sister amid cooking for the customers.

“My phone was put on silent last night. He panicked because he couldn’t get in touch with me, so he called you instead.”

Serenity pulled out her phone to cancel the silent mode.

“Why did you put your phone on silent out of the blue? You can carry on with your work later. No need to look after Sonny. The boy starts his lesson at the gym today.”

“Okay.” It slipped Serenity’s mind that Zachary made arrangements for her nephew to learn and defend himself.

Zachary riled her up so much that her memory was failing her.

Jim was responsible for Sonny’s pick–up and drop–off at William’s gym.

Serenity left before Zachary arrived at the diner.

Along with Jasmine and Elisa, they headed to her hometown together.

Prior to leaving, she sent Zachary a text message.

“Home for dinner tonight.”

This was her giving in to the fight.

There was a difference between loving and not loving someone.

The couple would engage in giving each other the cold shoulder without backing down when they were not in love. Serenity thought nothing of their quarrels back then.

Now that they had feelings for each other, they missed one another like crazy from just being a night away. He freaked out, and she felt bad.

Having received his wife’s message, Zachary went straight to the office instead of going to his sister–in–law’s diner.

Zachary ran into his future sister–in–law, Camryn, at the entrance of the office building.

Camryn was holding a cane in one hand and a bouquet in another. It appeared she was here to deliver flowers to Callum.

Picking up on steady footsteps, Camryn stopped in her tracks.

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