This Time, I Will Get My Divorce, Mr novel is a romance story about Sonia Reed and Toby Fuller.
When Sonia carefully tucked his two arms into his sleeves and was about to turn him over and button his front, she suddenly saw that there was actually a faint scar on his left chest. The scar was almost 10 centimeters long. If she was not looking carefully, she would have missed it. Moreover, that scar was also clearly sewn up before. There was only one type of scar that could be sewn, and that was a surgical scar.
So, Toby had open-heart surgery? When did this happen? Why have I never heard of it?
During her six years of marriage to him, he had never done any surgery, and it was impossible for him to do so in these months because this scar looked some years old. Thus, it was inferred from this that Toby should have undergone it six years ago. Just what was his illness for him to undergo open-heart surgery?
Sonia touched the scar on Toby's chest, her eyes full of doubts. She suddenly found that she actually did not know Toby as well as she thought she did. At least she didn't understand why he had this scar on his chest.
Let's wait for him to wake up and then ask him about it.
Thinking about this, Sonia buttoned him up, then turned him back over again, held the quilt aside, and unfolded it, covering him up.
"Get a good night's sleep. I'll definitely get you out of here tomorrow." Sonia looked at Toby's pale, handsome face and spoke with guilt in her eyes. She was filled with guilt because, after all, he was hurt because of her.
Touching Toby's naturally air-dried hair, Sonia felt envious.
Having short hair is amazing. It dries so quickly.
Her own hair was still wet and stuck to her scalp, and it felt heavy, cold, and uncomfortable. She got up, walked to the side, then changed into the set of ladies’ camouflage uniform. Next, she picked up both their wet clothes and took them to the fire. With a wooden stick, she placed the clothes near the fire, intending to dry them. In the process of roasting the clothes, Sonia's stomach suddenly rumbled. Only then did she suddenly realize that she hadn't eaten anything for a day.
"I'm so hungry!" Sonia touched her stomach and couldn't help but mutter, then looked toward the pile of pots and pans. She hadn't gone through them carefully yet, so she didn't know if there would be any food there. Thinking about this, Sonia put down the small wooden stick in her hand, then got up and walked toward the pots.
After a careful search, she found a few bags of vacuum-packed cookies, as well as a few bottles of mineral water. Seeing this, Sonia almost cried from happiness. She hurriedly tore open a bag of cookies, unscrewed a bottle of mineral water, and ran back to the fire to eat. This kind of dry cookie would not expire for years, so she did not have to worry about eating expired food.
Just when Sonia was halfway through eating, a coughing sound suddenly came from behind her. When Sonia heard it, she quickly frowned and swallowed the dry cookie, and turned her head to look. Seeing that Toby had stretched his body a bit, she quickly put down the water and cookies and ran over to him.
Hearing her voice, Toby opened his eyes and met her nervous and concerned eyes. His voice was hoarse and weak as he called out, "Sonia."
"I'm here." Sonia nodded.
Toby propped up his body, but as he had little strength and he had only one movable arm, he almost fell back down. Seeing this, Sonia hurriedly went over to help him. “Don’t move. Do you want to sit up? I'll help you."
After saying that, she helped him up and then turned to sit down. Toby was about to thank her when he suddenly saw the somewhat ill-fitting camouflage uniform on him and the somewhat old quilt.
At that moment, he could not help but freeze.
This Time, I Will Get My Divorce, Mr novel