Never Late, Never Away Chapter 640

“What’s wrong?” Hunter asked when he saw the puzzled look on Vivian’s face.

“It’s nothing.” Vivian shook her head as she figured it was just her imagination. With that thought in mind, she looked toward Hunter. “Alright, we shouldn’t walk for too long. Let’s head back now.”

“Mmm-hmm. Sure,” Hunter replied as he returned to his ward with Vivian’s help.

Finnick appeared from behind a tree after they had left.

Behind him, Noah pondered a moment before asking, “Mr. Norton, do you want to check in on Mrs. Norton?”

“There’s no need to. Let’s go.” Just as he spoke, Finnick turned to leave, hiding the pain and disappointment in his eyes.

When he arrived at his car, Finnick got in the back while Noah naturally seated himself in the driver’s seat.

“Mr. Norton, where are we going next?” Noah asked as he was unable to figure out what was on Finnick’s mind.

However, Finnick didn’t respond. From the rear-view mirror, Noah saw that he was buried deep in his thoughts.

After pondering for a moment, Noah looked up and asked, “Other than Vivian and Hunter, who else was together with them at the opera house?”

“Evelyn was also there,” Noah replied. “Furthermore, I found out that it was she who invited Mrs. Norton to the opera house.”

Before he finished, Noah regretted what he said due to the accusation insinuated by his words. Finnick would definitely think that Evelyn was behind the incident.

However, he had no choice but to report it as it is. Or else, it would only make Finnick suspicious.

Even in Noah’s mind, he had no doubt that it was part of Evelyn’s scheme. Given how ruthless she is, she must have hired an assassin and invited Mrs. Norton out as an excuse to kill her. She really is a lunatic to still insist on hurting Mrs. Norton after all that has happened.

Although Noah hated Evelyn and couldn’t help but wish for Finnick to break ties with her, he was worried that Evelyn might expose him as revenge for their fallout. If she told Finnick about all he had done to Vivian, his career and future would be in jeopardy.

Evelyn Morrison! Clenching his fists, Finnick’s expression was frighteningly gloomy. It seems she did not heed my warning at all.

I forgave her the last time on the account that her legs were crippled. But I didn’t expect her to dare harm Vivian again. This time, I’m not going to let her off the hook!

“Let’s go and see Evelyn,” Finnick ordered in an icy tone, behind it was an insuppressible rage.

From Finnick’s response, Noah realized that he had resolved to teach Evelyn a lesson.

That thought caused him to worry further as he didn’t know how long he could keep his own secret hidden.

As he drove toward Norton residence, he felt extremely nervous. When they arrived, Noah didn’t follow Finnick in and chose to wait outside instead.

“Mr. Norton, I’ll stay outside. I think it’s appropriate that both of you have some privacy to thrash it out.” Noah nervously excused himself.

Grunting in acknowledgment, Finnick didn’t think too much of it as he headed in.

If he was calm as usual, he would definitely have noticed Noah’s unusual behavior. He had never hidden anything from Noah about his relationship with Evelyn. Hence, there was no need for him to suddenly give them space.

However, all Finnick could think of was confronting Evelyn. Therefore, he hardly noticed Noah’s change in behavior.

It had been a long time since he returned. Ever since he found out that Evelyn ordered Vivian’s kidnapping and had a fallout with her, he had moved out of the house and never returned.

The house was filled with memories of his time with Vivian, especially their post-marriage life. Naturally, he was unwilling to leave and considered chasing Evelyn out instead.

However, now that she was a cripple and had no one to rely on, he felt that her punishment was sufficient. If he were to kick her out, she would likely end up on the streets.

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