The Wrong Woman

Chapter 822



Daniel could only whisper his thoughts to Shelly in the silence of his heart. "I'm sorry that I broke my promise. I've married Sienna. I hope you can forgive me.

"I'm sorry. I just couldn't let her go. I know what I did was despicable, and I've gone too far, but my love for her is genuine.

"I'm sorry. Please forgive me. I ask for your blessing for us. She won't suffer or be harmed as long as I'm with her. I promise to protect Sienna with everything I have.

"If you bless our marriage, please visit Sienna's dreams and encourage her to live a full and happy life with me."

A gentle breeze rustled the leaves of the bushes. White clouds drifted across the sky while the serene Memorial Heights basked in an unexpected warmth from the sunlight.

On their way home, Sienna stopped by her old favorite snack shop and bought an assortment of local treats.

She was in high spirits. Gesturing toward the distant mountains, she said, "Do you remember? You used to love taking me hiking back when we were dating."

Daniel gave her a small smile and nodded his head.Content belongs to NôvelDrama.Org

"Why did you like to take me hiking on our dates? It was always so exhausting."

"It was quiet up there. We could kiss and hug without anyone around to watch us. Everywhere else was just too crowded," Daniel answered.

Sienna smiled awkwardly, feeling a warm blush spread across her cheeks. "How typical."

"Didn't you ever think of it that way?"

"Honestly, it never crossed my mind."

...

That night, Sienna and Daniel slept in her room. Nestled in his arms, Sienna pulled out some old photos that had been long stored away. She shared them with Daniel and recounted tales from her childhood as they looked at each photo.

Although her stories spoke of poverty and monotony, the memories shone beautifully. What had once been bitter experiences now appeared vibrant and sweet in retrospect. Gradually, she drifted off to sleep in Daniel's embrace.

In the middle of the night, Sienna suddenly began to cry and murmur, "Mom... Dad..."

Startled awake, Daniel reached over and switched on the nightlight. Noticing that Sienna was still asleep, he gently pulled her into his arms and held her close before turning off the light.

He kissed her forehead and whispered, "Don't cry, and don't be afraid, Sienna. I'm here with you."

The next morning, Sienna woke to find that Daniel had already prepared breakfast and arranged her toiletries.

"I'll make the bed. Why don't you freshen up first then eat?" Daniel suggested.

He walked over to the bedside and gazed at Sienna, who wore a drowsy expression. Her soft features and slightly grumpy demeanor were charmingly adorable.

Sienna got up, knelt on the bed, and wrapped her arms around Daniel's waist. Resting her face against his chest, she murmured in a sleepy voice, "Honey, I had a dream last night." Daniel kissed her head and asked in a warm smile, "What did you dream about?"

"I dreamed of my parents. They were

hand in hand with a little girl when they came to see me." Sienna's voice cracked as tears began to well up. "They said so much to me, but I couldn't remember any of it when I woke up."

Daniel stroked her hair as he reassured her. "It's okay. The exact words aren't important. What matters is that you saw them."

Sienna hummed in response and sniffled. With a touch of sadness in her voice, she asked, "Do you think they had another daughter up there?"

"No, they wouldn't. Your parents love you deeply. You'll always be their only daughter."

Sienna's mood lifted instantly at Daniel's words. She distanced herself from his arms, got out of bed, and hurried to the bathroom. "I'm going to freshen up. Let's go visit Felix after breakfast."


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