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Chapter 7: Chapter 7 Pregnant?

Translator: MoboReader Editor: MoboReader

When she came to her senses, Su Bei quickly grabbed her ID card on the seat.

As she touched the marriage certificates, she unconsciously opened them and saw her name.

The other name next to hers was Lu Heting!

That was the driver of Lu Group’s young master.

She had truly got the marriage certificates with him!

Su Bei looked at the two names side by side in utter shock.

She had only meant to sleep with him once, but he must have gotten the idea she wanted this for the rest of her life.

Regretful, Su Bei wrapped a strand of hair around her finger, wis.h.i.+ng she could slap herself.

“Is Lu Heting out of his mind?” Staring at the marriage certificates, Su Bei continued, “Anyway, this isn’t all his fault. I said something at the Civil Affairs Bureau that made him think I wanted this. But I don’t have the right state of mind to get married or the confidence to make a relations.h.i.+p work. I don’t know what to do to get other people’s trust in me…”

‘Sorry, Lu Heting,’ she thought.

She quickly put her ID card in her pocket but didn’t dare to touch the two certificates beside it again.

Realizing the car was parked on an overpa.s.s, she looked out of the window and saw the man’s back. The sun slowly rose, covering his tall and strong figure, as if he had a special light around him.

Without any hesitation, she opened the door and got out of the car. Then she made her way through the crowd and other vehicles, quickly disappearing in the distance.

Since the overpa.s.s was congested with cars and angry people, naturally, no one noticed where that tall and fragile girl had gone.

Afterward, Su Bei went straight to the airport, where she bought an air ticket and flew to the United States.

The first thing she did once she arrived there was to draft a divorce agreement and a commission for the attorney who would take care of it. Then she sent the papers to her best friend and asked her to forward them to Lu Heting of Lu Group.

She didn’t think she could handle a marriage or any kind of relations.h.i.+p now and refused to restrain Lu Heting with the marriage. As long as he signed the divorce agreement and submitted it, everything would be fine.

Such a short marriage could be treated as if it never happened to him.

However, four months later, Su Bei found herself pregnant.

Everything had happened so quickly after her escape that she hadn’t considered taking a morning-after pill. At the time, Su Bei hadn’t thought she would have a baby.

Since her period wasn’t regular, and she had chronic gastritis, she didn’t pay much attention to her symptoms. She thought all the discomfort she felt was caused by her stomach disease.

It was not until her symptoms worsened that she went to the hospital and found she was a few months pregnant already.

Once Su Bei got the examination report, her pretty face fell, and her heart turned into a mess.

She closed her eyes then, and suddenly her mind was filled with images of Lu Heting’s face.

As she opened her eyes again, Su Bei reread the examination report carefully and confirmed she was indeed pregnant.

How could a woman unable to maintain a relations.h.i.+p get along well with a child?

Su Bei’s eyelashes fluttered weakly as she thought about what to do. Clenching her hands, she finally decided that the best solution was to have an abortion.

“The baby is already a few months old. We can’t operate you anymore.”

“You can’t have the abortion here. I’m sorry, Miss Su, it’s impossible.”

“Besides, you’re expecting twins. Are you sure that’s what you want to do?”

These were twins. Was she really considering killing them?

Su Bei closed her beautiful eyes, trying to hide her sadness every time she had to hear those kinds of responses.

A few months later, in a hospital in the United States, Su Bei entered the delivery room.

By the time she opened her weak eyes, she met the doctor’s regretful gaze as he said, “Miss Su, one of the children was seriously ill. We’ve done our best, but…”

A mix of joy and sadness took over Su Bei’s heart. She had never felt so torn in her life.