Let me go, Mr. Hill By Shallow South Chapter 156

Let me go, Mr. Hill [by Shallow South] Chapter 156
Shaun thought that he would have to waste his breath, but Catherine simply sat up and ate without hesitation. She finished every bite, just like a robot obeying its master’s words.

Shaun really did not know what to do.

He had too little experience in coaxing women.

He had already apologized. Now, he wanted her to return to her strange and bizarre self from before.

In the study at night, he started a video call with several of his friends.

Chester Jewell was wearing a bathrobe and held a glass of wine. He smiled elegantly and said, “What a surprise. You’re free enough to think of us today.”

Rodney Snow also chuckled. “Yeah, you never bother to contact us if we don’t contact you first.”

Chase Harrison laughed as well. “I’m guessing that you must have offended a woman and don’t know what to do.”

Shaun glared unhappily at Chase. That motormouth Hadley must have told him.

“If you ask me, this time, it’s really your fault,” Chase said, “I heard that Granny Jones has always been good to Catherine. The Jones family now is completely indifferent to Catherine, so you can say that Granny Jones is her only family.”

Shaun was silently frustrated and lit a cigarette.

Everyone looked at him with complicated gazes. Only good friends like themselves knew that Shaun never smoked unless he was particularly annoyed.

“What happened exactly?” Chester asked with a laugh. “Let us give you some ideas. I have experience in dealing with women.”

Chase said, “In short, Rin went to her grandmother’s funeral but was accused of cheating by Shaun and got severely humiliated.”

Rodney blushed with shame. “Isn’t that just adding insult to injury?”

Chester sucked in his lips. “That’s… a little much.”

Shaun glared at them. “Help me think of a way. When a woman loses her most important relative, how can you cheer her up?”

Chester raised his brows. “Buy jewelry, send rings, flowers, or charter an island to make her happy?”

Rodney said, “Give her money, I guess. My mom is always happy whenever she receives money.”

Chase chimed in, “Take her out to eat ice cream. My sister loves to eat ice cream every time she’s in a bad mood.”


Shaun rubbed his temples. “Her family member just passed away, how would she be in a romantic mood?”

“That’s true.” Chester was helpless. “I really don’t have any experience in this area. None of my girlfriends’ family died when I dated them. If nothing else works, then prepare more funeral offerings for her grandmother so she can live happily in the afterlife.”

Shaun froze, not even noticing when the cigarette in his hand dropped ash on his pants leg.

Chase and Rodney were shocked. “Holy sh*t, don’t tell me you believe him?!”

“It’s a good idea.”

Shaun hung up the video call and made a phone call to Hadley. “Buy some funeral offerings, the more expensive the better. Villas, clothes, shoes, everything. Buy as many as possible.”

Hadley was stunned. This was the first time he was ordered to do something like that. “How much do you want?”

“It doesn’t matter. A truck-full.”

Hadley, “…”

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