Let me go, Mr. Hill [by Shallow South] Chapter 249
“Be quiet.” Hadley smiled. “Who do you think Willie Hill is? Haven’t you figured out why Willie changed his attitude toward you so quickly?”
Rebecca froze. She looked at Shaun and suddenly remembered that his last name was Hill as well. “That can’t be. I’ve never heard of someone called Shaun in the Hill family.”
“How would you know how many people are in the Hill family?” Hadley mocked. “Let me tell you, my Young Master Hill is the biggest young master in the Hill family. He’s been in charge of the family since he was 20.”
Rebecca’s brain buzzed as if she was dreaming. Everyone knew that the mysterious young master of the Hill family was Lea Hill’s son. This person was very low-key, but his ruthless methods were well known.
He entered the company at the age of 20. When his second uncle disobeyed, he broke his second uncle’s leg in front of a crowd.
After he took charge of Hill Corporation, he expanded his overseas territory with thunderous speed and even entered the fields of communication, finance, and technology abroad in one fell swoop.
At present, he had made it to the list of the top ten wealthiest people in the world. According to rumors, he was the richest person in Australia and also the most mysterious.
“That’s impossible. You’re lying!” Rebecca was going crazy with jealousy. How did Catherine snag such a person?
“Why would I lie to you? That fool Willie Hill was so scared that he peed his pants when he saw Young Master Hill.” Hadley snickered. “Rebecca Jones, Young Master Hill didn’t want to personally lay a hand on you at first, but you shouldn’t have drugged Catherine Jones. And you really shouldn’t have given those pictures to the media.”
Rebecca was shocked. She kneeled in front of Shaun and trembled. “Young Master Hill, I’m a fool. I was stupid. Please spare me.”
Shaun kicked her away in disgust. The coldness in his eyes revealed that he wanted nothing more than to destroy her completely. “Do you think I’ll let you go?”
“No, no, no. It wasn’t me. I didn’t take the photos.” Rebecca shook her head in fear. “They were sent to me by a stranger. It’s true that I drugged Catherine that night, but when Wesley Lyons came, the video feed in the room was destroyed.”
Shaun’s brows tightened as a trace of surprise flashed in his eyes. “It wasn’t you?”
“I swear.” Rebecca had lost several teeth and her mouth was full of blood. “If I had those photos, I would have used them to threaten Catherine long ago. How could I have let her sit in the position of chairwoman for so long and let her put my parents in jail?”
“Your oath is worthless.” Shaun’s frown deepened thoughtfully, but he believed Rebecca’s words. If it was not her, then who was it?
He had an idea, and his lips tugged into a smile. That night, besides Catherine, it seemed like there was only Wesley.
Wesley Lyons was not simple at all. Catherine knew that he liked her, yet she was still willing to stay friends with him.
Wesley had gone overseas to open a branch office when he was young. Were people like him good?
Shaun did not believe so at all.
Rebecca knew that he believed her and hurriedly said, “Young Master Hill, please let me go. I promise to never trouble Catherine again. I’ll leave Melbourne.”
“Do you think I’ll let you leave in peace?” Shaun smiled darkly. “I’ve investigated your matters. You grew up in the countryside after being trafficked, and you slept with the village landlord at the age of 15. Later in high school, you were kept by a rich man and even had an abortion. What a shame. You didn’t lead a good life even after going back to the Jones family.”
Rebecca’s face was pale. This was her dark history. She had clearly covered it all up, but this person surprisingly managed to find out about it. He was too terrifying.
“Since you like men so much, I’ll let you get married.”
Shaun said and walked away without looking back. Soon, a short and ugly old man in his 50s walked in.
When he saw Rebecca, he gulped hard. “Young Master Hill, you’re letting me marry her?”
Rebecca looked at Hadley with a horrified face. “Don’t let me accompany him. I’ll go with you. You can do whatever you want. You can do what Willie did too.”