Will You Marry Me My Ex-Wife - Season 1 Episode 9
“She hit her.”
Aura pouted slightly and continued, “The moment she entered the room, she accused Nellie of offending me before she slapped her. I couldn’t stop her in time.”
She even faked a distressed expression as she knelt and reached out to touch Nellie’s face. “It must’ve hurt so much, huh?”
Nellie glared at her, eyes full of hostility, as she slapped her hand away and wriggled out of Joshua’s lap. She ran toward Luna and interlaced her fingers with hers. “You…are you okay?”
Luna straightened her back, though the pain from the kick still lingered. “I’m fine.”
Aura poured all her strength into the kick, and Luna still carried an old wound from the accident six years ago. The kick almost rendered her unable to stand.
Nellie knew this all too well. She tugged at Luna’s finger anxiously and settled her down on a corner of the sofa. “Does it hurt?”
The little girl’s concerned voice and attitude made Joshua raise his brow slightly.
“Aura, you said she hit Nellie?”
Aura’s hands curled fists beside her.
She did not expect the little brat would be so nice to a mere servant.
“I find it strange, too. Why is Nellie so nice to her even though she hit her?” Aura pursed her lips. “Maybe Nellie thinks that as long as she’s nice to the maid and doesn’t expose her for hitting her, she can then blame me and make you mad at me.”
With that, she forced a few drops of tears out of the corners of her eyes. “Anyway, the three of us were the only ones present. The servant won’t admit it, and Nellie won’t admit it, too. No matter how hard I try, no one will believe me.”
The woman’s words made Nellie widen her eyes in shock.
“You did hit me!”
Nellie had enjoyed a good life overseas, well-protected by her family, and this was the first time meeting an adult who was such a good liar!
“Whatever you say, I’m not going to argue with a little girl.”
Luna squinted her eyes as she glared at Aura; that woman was calmer than she expected.
It was apparent that Aura was the one who hit Nellie, yet she acted like the forgiving victim, turning truth into fiction!