Ex-wife, Please Come Back

Chapter 292 Brave The Wind And The Waves

It was too late.

Anyone who sailed out in open water, who dared to brave the winds and waves, knew that timing was crucial. An opportune moment could disappear in an instant.

"Don't cry, please. We still have a chance. We'll remarry as soon as you recover. I've been waiting for you for so many years. I still love you. You're still my wife. You're the love of my life. I don't want any other woman. I only want you,"

Carlos anxiously confessed. He only hoped that his words would help Tasha feel better. More than a decade, he had been waiting for her. He could wait a little more.

He was willing to sacrifice anything for Tasha's healing.

"Please don't say that. It's sad to hear that. Ever since you signed those divorce papers, I see your face in my head. I couldn't forget you even if I try. I've already come into terms that we're not meant to be, that you don't deeply love me. And now you're telling me that you love me? How did we end up like this?"

Tara choked as she tried to hold back her sobs. She questioned herself if the failure of their marriage was her fault. But even if she knew the answers to her questions, there's still nothing she could do about it.

"Promise me that you'll forget all this when I'm gone. Forget this person that I have become. I'll be at peace knowing that you'll live long and well with Sara."

Tears threatened to fall down on Tasha's cheeks again. The weather was still cold. Fog formed around her mouth as she spoke.

Carlos stared at her, moved by her words and tears. "What are you saying? That's silly. You're going to live. We promised each other that we'll both live long. You're going to be healed."

He tried to comfort her and himself. He wanted to believe in his own words, for he was also unsure. He knew that her illness was out of his hands. But he also knew that if her treatment would not work, that if she'd end up dying, his heart would also join her in the grave.

For many years, he lived like a walking dead. Every day he regretted signing those divorce papers.

it would be good for her, that he was setting her

separation really the beginning of their

someone else. It took him a lot of courage to put himself out there again. But it all

walking down the street or in restaurants, or just sitting together, I think of us. I regretted the way I treated you. I should've done better. I know you don't have any reason

loss, but he was hoping Tasha would understand. Those who experienced real loss would understand

now allowed her sorrow to show. She was in agony as she held her

comfort her, tried to stroke her hand. He felt so helpless seeing her like this.

a lot these years. But it's all over now. I'm here. I'll take care of

stop her from blaming

all these regrets," she said. Tasha could not stop crying. Even if she regretted things, she still could not

good, and not be upset, then

back tears. He felt like crying. But he wanted to be strong for her first. He needed to

he turned his face, he saw Sara and Jacob standing outside the door.

of them were there all along. They witnessed the exchange between Carlos and Tasha.

looking on, Carlos stood and opened the door to let them

this, Carlos' tone was kind. He also wiped a tear from

she hungry? We brought food." She took the lunch box from Jacob and

she can't eat this one that you brought, I'll make another

on Sara's hand tighter as they neared Tasha's bed. He was comforting Sara. Tried to let her know that he would always be

looked at him and smiled. She understood his

brought you. Are you hungry? Let's have dinner." Carlos spoke

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