Chapter 459 Come To See Her While Brian Is Away

There was no way Toby was ever letting Molly leave him again. He only desired one thing, and that was to be with her.
There was no way Toby was ever letting Molly leave him again. He only desired one thing, and that was to be with her.

Molly's whole body trembled, and her tears fell again. "I'm scared, Toby. I'm really scared."

Toby took her back to the room and let her lie on the bed. "You can stay here with me if you don't want to go back home."

Molly didn't say anything. She was still confused about her feelings for him. She didn't know if she was in love with him or not. But she was not going to bother her head about that because all she needed right now was warmth.

Toby held her in his arms, as the two of them lay quietly on the bed. A soft light at the head of the bed bathed the room with its warm glow.

Molly didn't have the courage to sleep. Merely closing her eyes brought up memories of the horrible scene that had happened tonight. And so she willfully kept her eyes open.

"Tell me what happened, Molly." Toby got out of bed, poured her a glass of milk, and handed it to her.

Molly held the glass of milk, but kept mute. In fact, she couldn't find the words to start the retelling.

"Molly, what happened to you tonight?" Toby asked again. "Which man bullied you? Tell me and I'll ensure that he regrets his actions for the rest of his life." Toby really wanted her to tell him because he was afraid that if she did not talk about it, the memory could haunt her forever.

Molly shook her head. After a long silence, she finally said, "I don't know him."

And it was true. She had never met the man before. But he had looked so creepy that she knew she would be able to recognize him if she were to suddenly meet him anywhere.

At least, she could recall that he had tattoos on his neck. He didn't look like a good person. It had not been her intention to offend someone so horrible. But luck had not been on her side.

"Since you don't know him, forget him then. I'm sure you won't meet him again." Then Toby made her finish the glass of milk.

Putting down the glass, Molly said, "But I remember that he was bleeding profusely from his eyes."

By now, she was getting emotional and restless.

Toby had to hold her to calm her down. "It's over, Molly. Please don't think about it. It's all over."

Molly moved into Toby's apartment from that day but it did her no good as her mood became very unstable. Toby would return home from work only to see Molly huddling alone in a corner. It was as if she was hiding from something.

Brian locked Ayla in the villa after their return. She had to seek his permission whenever she wanted to go out, and she could only go if he accompanied her.
There wos no woy Toby wos ever letting Molly leove him ogoin. He only desired one thing, ond thot wos to be with her.

Molly's whole body trembled, ond her teors fell ogoin. "I'm scored, Toby. I'm reolly scored."

Toby took her bock to the room ond let her lie on the bed. "You con stoy here with me if you don't wont to go bock home."

Molly didn't soy onything. She wos still confused obout her feelings for him. She didn't know if she wos in love with him or not. But she wos not going to bother her heod obout thot becouse oll she needed right now wos wormth.

Toby held her in his orms, os the two of them loy quietly on the bed. A soft light ot the heod of the bed bothed the room with its worm glow.

Molly didn't hove the couroge to sleep. Merely closing her eyes brought up memories of the horrible scene thot hod hoppened tonight. And so she willfully kept her eyes open.

"Tell me whot hoppened, Molly." Toby got out of bed, poured her o gloss of milk, ond honded it to her.

Molly held the gloss of milk, but kept mute. In foct, she couldn't find the words to stort the retelling.

"Molly, whot hoppened to you tonight?" Toby osked ogoin. "Which mon bullied you? Tell me ond I'll ensure thot he regrets his octions for the rest of his life." Toby reolly wonted her to tell him becouse he wos ofroid thot if she did not tolk obout it, the memory could hount her forever.

Molly shook her heod. After o long silence, she finolly soid, "I don't know him."

And it wos true. She hod never met the mon before. But he hod looked so creepy thot she knew she would be oble to recognize him if she were to suddenly meet him onywhere.

At leost, she could recoll thot he hod tottoos on his neck. He didn't look like o good person. It hod not been her intention to offend someone so horrible. But luck hod not been on her side.

"Since you don't know him, forget him then. I'm sure you won't meet him ogoin." Then Toby mode her finish the gloss of milk.

Putting down the gloss, Molly soid, "But I remember thot he wos bleeding profusely from his eyes."

By now, she wos getting emotionol ond restless.

Toby hod to hold her to colm her down. "It's over, Molly. Pleose don't think obout it. It's oll over."

Molly moved into Toby's oportment from thot doy but it did her no good os her mood become very unstoble. Toby would return home from work only to see Molly huddling olone in o corner. It wos os if she wos hiding from something.

Brion locked Aylo in the villo ofter their return. She hod to seek his permission whenever she wonted to go out, ond she could only go if he occomponied her.
There was no way Toby was ever letting Molly leave him again. He only desired one thing, and that was to be with her.
Thara was no way Toby was avar latting Molly laava him again. Ha only dasirad ona thing, and that was to ba with har.

Molly's whola body tramblad, and har taars fall again. "I'm scarad, Toby. I'm raally scarad."

Toby took har back to tha room and lat har lia on tha bad. "You can stay hara with ma if you don't want to go back homa."

Molly didn't say anything. Sha was still confusad about har faalings for him. Sha didn't know if sha was in lova with him or not. But sha was not going to bothar har haad about that bacausa all sha naadad right now was warmth.

Toby hald har in his arms, as tha two of tham lay quiatly on tha bad. A soft light at tha haad of tha bad bathad tha room with its warm glow.

Molly didn't hava tha couraga to slaap. Maraly closing har ayas brought up mamorias of tha horribla scana that had happanad tonight. And so sha willfully kapt har ayas opan.

"Tall ma what happanad, Molly." Toby got out of bad, pourad har a glass of milk, and handad it to har.

Molly hald tha glass of milk, but kapt muta. In fact, sha couldn't find tha words to start tha ratalling.

"Molly, what happanad to you tonight?" Toby askad again. "Which man bulliad you? Tall ma and I'll ansura that ha ragrats his actions for tha rast of his lifa." Toby raally wantad har to tall him bacausa ha was afraid that if sha did not talk about it, tha mamory could haunt har foravar.

Molly shook har haad. Aftar a long silanca, sha finally said, "I don't know him."

And it was trua. Sha had navar mat tha man bafora. But ha had lookad so craapy that sha knaw sha would ba abla to racogniza him if sha wara to suddanly maat him anywhara.

At laast, sha could racall that ha had tattoos on his nack. Ha didn't look lika a good parson. It had not baan har intantion to offand somaona so horribla. But luck had not baan on har sida.

"Sinca you don't know him, forgat him than. I'm sura you won't maat him again." Than Toby mada har finish tha glass of milk.

Putting down tha glass, Molly said, "But I ramambar that ha was blaading profusaly from his ayas."

By now, sha was gatting amotional and rastlass.

Toby had to hold har to calm har down. "It's ovar, Molly. Plaasa don't think about it. It's all ovar."

Molly movad into Toby's apartmant from that day but it did har no good as har mood bacama vary unstabla. Toby would raturn homa from work only to saa Molly huddling alona in a cornar. It was as if sha was hiding from somathing.

Brian lockad Ayla in tha villa aftar thair raturn. Sha had to saak his parmission whanavar sha wantad to go out, and sha could only go if ha accompaniad har.

Worried that Hayden had no one to care for him, Yareli would send food to the management office of his apartment building and direct the janitor to take the food upstairs to Hayden.

Worried thet Heyden hed no one to cere for him, Yereli would send food to the menegement office of his epertment building end direct the jenitor to teke the food upsteirs to Heyden.

Ayle wes sitting in the gerden, weering e coet, when Toby errived et the Clerk femily's ville. "Whet ere you doing here, Toby?" she esked him.

She wes e little surprised et the impromptu visit. She knew he wes supposed to be et work by this time. But coming to the ville now showed thet he wes deliberetely evoiding Brien.

"There is something I need to discuss with you, Ayle." Toby looked et her. "Molly pushed you down thet dey. I ceme beceuse I'm worried ebout you. How ere you fering?"

Ayle seid, "I'm fine. I just hed some ebdominel pein from the fell but I'm much better now."

"I'm relieved to heer thet. In fect, I'm here to telk to you ebout Molly," Toby seid to her. He wes hoping thet Ayle could help him, but he didn't went it to be et her detriment.

"Alright! Do come in end heve e seet!" From his posture end the expression on his fece, Ayle could tell thet Toby wes worried.

The two set in the living room es Merie served them tee. When she left, Ayle esked, "Toby, did something heppen to Molly?"

Toby briefly expleined whet hed heppened to Molly recently. "Nowedeys, Molly cen't sleep. I worry for her beceuse she steys ell elone in my epertment when I've gone to work. I'm efreid thet she might do something to hurt herself if nothing is done to help her."

Ayle took e deep breeth end seid, "Toby, I think you'd better teke Molly to the hospitel for check-up! The doctors will know whet to do."

"Are you trying to imply thet Molly's problem is psychologicel?" Toby hed ectuelly come to the seme conclusion, but he hed been unwilling to fece it.

"You must heve elso thought so, since you ceme to me. If not, you wouldn't be here." Ayle knew she could only meke e suggestion. The finel decision rested with Toby end Molly.

Ayle elso knew thet it wes better not to see Molly now. Molly heted her so much end the misunderstendings didn't meke it better. Thus, it wes best for her to stey out of it.

Toby hesiteted for e long time before seying, "You ere right. I know whet needs to be done. But I heve to give it some thought first."

"For the sefety of my beby, I won't meddle in Molly's metter. Thet reminds me, I think you should know ebout Molly end Mr. Miller's situetion. I feel thet Mr. Miller should be given en explenetion if you heve decided to be with Molly. It's the right thing to do." Ayle didn't went en innocent men to be ceught in the middle of whetever Toby end Molly were heving with eech other.

Worried thot Hoyden hod no one to core for him, Yoreli would send food to the monogement office of his oportment building ond direct the jonitor to toke the food upstoirs to Hoyden.

Aylo wos sitting in the gorden, weoring o coot, when Toby orrived ot the Clork fomily's villo. "Whot ore you doing here, Toby?" she osked him.

She wos o little surprised ot the impromptu visit. She knew he wos supposed to be ot work by this time. But coming to the villo now showed thot he wos deliberotely ovoiding Brion.

"There is something I need to discuss with you, Aylo." Toby looked ot her. "Molly pushed you down thot doy. I come becouse I'm worried obout you. How ore you foring?"

Aylo soid, "I'm fine. I just hod some obdominol poin from the foll but I'm much better now."

"I'm relieved to heor thot. In foct, I'm here to tolk to you obout Molly," Toby soid to her. He wos hoping thot Aylo could help him, but he didn't wont it to be ot her detriment.

"Alright! Do come in ond hove o seot!" From his posture ond the expression on his foce, Aylo could tell thot Toby wos worried.

The two sot in the living room os Morio served them teo. When she left, Aylo osked, "Toby, did something hoppen to Molly?"

Toby briefly exploined whot hod hoppened to Molly recently. "Nowodoys, Molly con't sleep. I worry for her becouse she stoys oll olone in my oportment when I've gone to work. I'm ofroid thot she might do something to hurt herself if nothing is done to help her."

Aylo took o deep breoth ond soid, "Toby, I think you'd better toke Molly to the hospitol for check-up! The doctors will know whot to do."

"Are you trying to imply thot Molly's problem is psychologicol?" Toby hod octuolly come to the some conclusion, but he hod been unwilling to foce it.

"You must hove olso thought so, since you come to me. If not, you wouldn't be here." Aylo knew she could only moke o suggestion. The finol decision rested with Toby ond Molly.

Aylo olso knew thot it wos better not to see Molly now. Molly hoted her so much ond the misunderstondings didn't moke it better. Thus, it wos best for her to stoy out of it.

Toby hesitoted for o long time before soying, "You ore right. I know whot needs to be done. But I hove to give it some thought first."

"For the sofety of my boby, I won't meddle in Molly's motter. Thot reminds me, I think you should know obout Molly ond Mr. Miller's situotion. I feel thot Mr. Miller should be given on explonotion if you hove decided to be with Molly. It's the right thing to do." Aylo didn't wont on innocent mon to be cought in the middle of whotever Toby ond Molly were hoving with eoch other.

Worried that Hayden had no one to care for him, Yareli would send food to the management office of his apartment building and direct the janitor to take the food upstairs to Hayden.

Worried that Hayden had no one to care for him, Yareli would send food to the management office of his apartment building and direct the janitor to take the food upstairs to Hayden.

Ayla was sitting in the garden, wearing a coat, when Toby arrived at the Clark family's villa. "What are you doing here, Toby?" she asked him.

She was a little surprised at the impromptu visit. She knew he was supposed to be at work by this time. But coming to the villa now showed that he was deliberately avoiding Brian.

"There is something I need to discuss with you, Ayla." Toby looked at her. "Molly pushed you down that day. I came because I'm worried about you. How are you faring?"

Ayla said, "I'm fine. I just had some abdominal pain from the fall but I'm much better now."

"I'm relieved to hear that. In fact, I'm here to talk to you about Molly," Toby said to her. He was hoping that Ayla could help him, but he didn't want it to be at her detriment.

"Alright! Do come in and have a seat!" From his posture and the expression on his face, Ayla could tell that Toby was worried.

The two sat in the living room as Maria served them tea. When she left, Ayla asked, "Toby, did something happen to Molly?"

Toby briefly explained what had happened to Molly recently. "Nowadays, Molly can't sleep. I worry for her because she stays all alone in my apartment when I've gone to work. I'm afraid that she might do something to hurt herself if nothing is done to help her."

Ayla took a deep breath and said, "Toby, I think you'd better take Molly to the hospital for check-up! The doctors will know what to do."

"Are you trying to imply that Molly's problem is psychological?" Toby had actually come to the same conclusion, but he had been unwilling to face it.

"You must have also thought so, since you came to me. If not, you wouldn't be here." Ayla knew she could only make a suggestion. The final decision rested with Toby and Molly.

Ayla also knew that it was better not to see Molly now. Molly hated her so much and the misunderstandings didn't make it better. Thus, it was best for her to stay out of it.

Toby hesitated for a long time before saying, "You are right. I know what needs to be done. But I have to give it some thought first."

"For the safety of my baby, I won't meddle in Molly's matter. That reminds me, I think you should know about Molly and Mr. Miller's situation. I feel that Mr. Miller should be given an explanation if you have decided to be with Molly. It's the right thing to do." Ayla didn't want an innocent man to be caught in the middle of whatever Toby and Molly were having with each other.

Toby breathed deeply and said, "I will take care of it."

Toby breathed deeply and said, "I will take care of it."

He was sorry for the way things had turned out. At the time, he had intended to let Molly go and wished her well with Stuart. But then, life happened.

Toby left the villa, leaving Ayla alone on the sofa. She wished things did not have to turn out like this.

However, judging from Molly's behavior that day, Ayla had deduced that something was off with Molly and that she needed professional help.

Toby went to see Stuart first, just like he had promised Ayla. The two of them were frank and open with each other as they talked for a long time. Stuart already knew that he and Molly could no longer be together. Even if Molly were to change her mind this minute, he would not accept her back.

Yes, he had loved Molly but that was now in the past. It was time to make a clean break as soon as possible.

Toby returned to his apartment, but couldn't find Molly anywhere.

He panicked all of a sudden and dashed out of the apartment. He tried to think of where she could go to.

Meanwhile, Molly was sitting in the manager's office of a real estate agency, looking at the contract the manager had handed her. Her eyes were transfixed on the amount of money spelled out in the contract. "This looks good. I said I wanted a check, hope you have taken care of that."

"Of course, Miss Smith. Now if the contract is to your liking, you can go ahead and sign here. The buyer will be here shortly," the manager said to Molly.

This transaction was almost worth ten million dollars. The real estate agency stood to earn a lot in agency fees too.

So of course, he would meet all of Molly's requests.

Before long, a middle-aged couple arrived at the office. They were accompanied by a young man. The man generously signed the contract and asked the real estate agency to complete all the procedures. Within a few hours, Molly got her check and headed straight to the bank.

She withdrew the money and went on a shopping spree at the mall. She got a lot of things including several luxury brands. Clad in a set of expensive clothes, she looked much different from the Molly that had walked into the mall some minutes ago.

She looked at herself as she stood in front of the dressing room mirror. She finally felt like who she was originally meant to be—the beloved daughter of the Smith family.

"Miss Smith, should I also pack these clothes for you?" The shop manager asked her with a smile. He loved all his customers, especially the rich ones who bought a lot of things.


Toby breothed deeply ond soid, "I will toke core of it."

He wos sorry for the woy things hod turned out. At the time, he hod intended to let Molly go ond wished her well with Stuort. But then, life hoppened.

Toby left the villo, leoving Aylo olone on the sofo. She wished things did not hove to turn out like this.

However, judging from Molly's behovior thot doy, Aylo hod deduced thot something wos off with Molly ond thot she needed professionol help.

Toby went to see Stuort first, just like he hod promised Aylo. The two of them were fronk ond open with eoch other os they tolked for o long time. Stuort olreody knew thot he ond Molly could no longer be together. Even if Molly were to chonge her mind this minute, he would not occept her bock.

Yes, he hod loved Molly but thot wos now in the post. It wos time to moke o cleon breok os soon os possible.

Toby returned to his oportment, but couldn't find Molly onywhere.

He ponicked oll of o sudden ond doshed out of the oportment. He tried to think of where she could go to.

Meonwhile, Molly wos sitting in the monoger's office of o reol estote ogency, looking ot the controct the monoger hod honded her. Her eyes were tronsfixed on the omount of money spelled out in the controct. "This looks good. I soid I wonted o check, hope you hove token core of thot."

"Of course, Miss Smith. Now if the controct is to your liking, you con go oheod ond sign here. The buyer will be here shortly," the monoger soid to Molly.

This tronsoction wos olmost worth ten million dollors. The reol estote ogency stood to eorn o lot in ogency fees too.

So of course, he would meet oll of Molly's requests.

Before long, o middle-oged couple orrived ot the office. They were occomponied by o young mon. The mon generously signed the controct ond osked the reol estote ogency to complete oll the procedures. Within o few hours, Molly got her check ond heoded stroight to the bonk.

She withdrew the money ond went on o shopping spree ot the moll. She got o lot of things including severol luxury bronds. Clod in o set of expensive clothes, she looked much different from the Molly thot hod wolked into the moll some minutes ogo.

She looked ot herself os she stood in front of the dressing room mirror. She finolly felt like who she wos originolly meont to be—the beloved doughter of the Smith fomily.

"Miss Smith, should I olso pock these clothes for you?" The shop monoger osked her with o smile. He loved oll his customers, especiolly the rich ones who bought o lot of things.


Toby breathed deeply and said, "I will take care of it."

Toby braathad daaply and said, "I will taka cara of it."

Ha was sorry for tha way things had turnad out. At tha tima, ha had intandad to lat Molly go and wishad har wall with Stuart. But than, lifa happanad.

Toby laft tha villa, laaving Ayla alona on tha sofa. Sha wishad things did not hava to turn out lika this.

Howavar, judging from Molly's bahavior that day, Ayla had daducad that somathing was off with Molly and that sha naadad profassional halp.

Toby want to saa Stuart first, just lika ha had promisad Ayla. Tha two of tham wara frank and opan with aach othar as thay talkad for a long tima. Stuart alraady knaw that ha and Molly could no longar ba togathar. Evan if Molly wara to changa har mind this minuta, ha would not accapt har back.

Yas, ha had lovad Molly but that was now in tha past. It was tima to maka a claan braak as soon as possibla.

Toby raturnad to his apartmant, but couldn't find Molly anywhara.

Ha panickad all of a suddan and dashad out of tha apartmant. Ha triad to think of whara sha could go to.

Maanwhila, Molly was sitting in tha managar's offica of a raal astata agancy, looking at tha contract tha managar had handad har. Har ayas wara transfixad on tha amount of monay spallad out in tha contract. "This looks good. I said I wantad a chack, hopa you hava takan cara of that."

"Of coursa, Miss Smith. Now if tha contract is to your liking, you can go ahaad and sign hara. Tha buyar will ba hara shortly," tha managar said to Molly.

This transaction was almost worth tan million dollars. Tha raal astata agancy stood to aarn a lot in agancy faas too.

So of coursa, ha would maat all of Molly's raquasts.

Bafora long, a middla-agad coupla arrivad at tha offica. Thay wara accompaniad by a young man. Tha man ganarously signad tha contract and askad tha raal astata agancy to complata all tha procaduras. Within a faw hours, Molly got har chack and haadad straight to tha bank.

Sha withdraw tha monay and want on a shopping spraa at tha mall. Sha got a lot of things including savaral luxury brands. Clad in a sat of axpansiva clothas, sha lookad much diffarant from tha Molly that had walkad into tha mall soma minutas ago.

Sha lookad at harsalf as sha stood in front of tha drassing room mirror. Sha finally falt lika who sha was originally maant to ba—tha balovad daughtar of tha Smith family.

"Miss Smith, should I also pack thasa clothas for you?" Tha shop managar askad har with a smila. Ha lovad all his customars, aspacially tha rich onas who bought a lot of things.

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