Loraine turned her head and saw Marina Bryant, her husband's sister, push the nurse away, walk in angrily, and stare at Loraine. It was as if she was going to kill her.
"Loraine, you are a murderer! Because of you, Keely suffers renal rupture and is still in a coma. You wait and see! Marco will never let you go!"
Marina's shrill voice reminded Loraine of what had happened.
Today was her and Marco Bryant's third wedding anniversary. But no one from the Bryant family, including Marco, remembered it. She was even left alone at home.
Marco took Keely, the third woman in their marriage, back to the country today.
Loraine had a fever, but she dragged her sick body to the kitchen and prepared a candlelit dinner. Unfortunately, it became Keely's welcome dinner.
Keely went to the kitchen, pretending to help Loraine. But the truth was, she wanted to force Loraine to divorce Marco. When Loraine disagreed, Keely stabbed herself with a knife like crazy.
Loraine tried to stop Keely, but she was also injured by the knife. She lost so much blood that she fainted on the floor.
At the thought of this, Loraine forced herself to sit up weakly.
"I didn't hurt Keely."
Marina didn't believe her words at all. She sneered, "Do you still want to deny it? At that time, only you and Keely were in the kitchen. If it wasn't you, who did it? Could it be that Keely stabbed herself with that knife? You must be jealous because Marco took her back. You are afraid that she will take over your position as Mrs. Bryant, right? That's why you want to kill her."
Loraine knew that the Bryant family never liked her. But she didn't expect they would treat her like this.
"Marina, I'm Marco's wife and also your sister-in-law. How can you think of me like that?"
Marina said in a more disdainful tone, "At that time, Grandma was very eager to have a grandson. However, Keely went abroad for treatment, so Marco could only marry some random woman. Otherwise, a woman like you with no background and education could never have married into our family. You are nothing but trash. For three years, you can't even give birth to a child. You can't even compare to a maid in cooking and cleaning. Now that Keely is back, do you think Marco will still want to be with you? And you hurt Keely. You only made him hate you even more."
Loraine's face turned pale. It was as if her heart had been stabbed. The pain was excruciating.
Marina didn't need to remind her. She was fully aware that the person Marco loved was Keely and not her. But after being married for three years, Loraine still hoped that he would look back and see her sacrifices.
At this moment, Marco walked in.
He was tall and strong, with delicate facial features, dashing eyebrows, and sharp eyes. His muscular body added to his charm, making him more handsome. He was like a Greek god in an oil painting.
Loraine looked at him with eyes full of reliance. It was as if he was her last hope.
"Marco, I didn't do anything to Keely. Please believe me."
Marco looked at her condescendingly and said coldly, "That's enough, Loraine. I don't want to hear your excuses anymore. You did something wrong, so you only deserve to be punished. And you must apologize to Keely."
"Apologize? Do you think a simple apology is enough? No way!" Marina suddenly shouted. "Keely's kidney was damaged because of her, so ask her to give Keely her kidney."
Marina turned to the bodyguards behind Marco and shouted, "Get her and take her to the testing room!"
The bodyguards immediately surrounded Loraine without saying anything. They pressed her hands and feet and carried her.
"Let go of me! You have no right to do this to me." But no matter how Loraine cried and struggled, they didn't let her go. She had to turn to Marco and plead, "Marco, please help me."
Loraine hoped he could do something. But much to her dismay, Marco just stood still indifferently. It was as if he had acquiesced to Marina's decision.
At this moment, Loraine felt desperate.
Now she understood why Keely stabbed herself. Keely wanted to prove to her that this marriage was her one-woman show and she was nothing in Marco's heart.
Marco would believe anything Keely said but never Loraine's words.
This was the clear difference between there was love and no love.
Loraine felt unprecedented tiredness swept over her.
She was exhausted, and her heart broke. She decided she could no longer hold on to this miserable and ridiculous marriage.
Loraine closed her eyes, smiled bitterly, and said, "Marco, let's divorce."
"What did you say?"
Marco turned to Loraine with disbelief written all over his face.