Chapter 369: To See That Woman
"As long as you agree, you will be able to stay with Sachin. No one will tear you apart, not even
Sachin's father. Furthermore, Payton will not be controlled by his father. It is a pretty good offer, right?*
Griselda added, and then she looked at Rosiley confidently.
It seemed that Griselda was certain that she would agree to this proposal. Rosiley wore a faint smile,
“Sorry. I'm afraid I can't agree to it.”
Griselda's expression stiffened for a moment before she hurriedly asked, “Why? You know you and
Sachin could be separated and Benson may put moves on Payton, right?”
Rosiley chuckled, “Don't worry. I won't be separated from Sachin, and Sachin won't let Payton get hurt.”
Looking at the smiling girl sitting confidently in front of her, Griselda was a little panic. She took a deep
breath and asked again, “Are you sure?”
If Rosiley didn't accept her offer, she could only think of another way.
"I refuse. I'm just Sachin's wife. I have no right to interfere with everything between him and the Lu
family. Neither do I want to interfere. It is useless to put moves on me.”
Hearing this, Griselda understood that this girl had already seen through everything.
She sneered, "I underestimate you.”
Rosiley smiled silently.
“Since that's the case, we have nothing to say.”
Griselda stood up and left, leaving Rosiley alone.
Rosiley took a sip of her coffee and narrowed her eyes in satisfaction. This coffee was pretty good.
At dinner with Sachin, Rosiley mentioned that Griselda had visited her. Sachin frowned, “Why didn't
you tell me?”
Rosiley was taken by surprise, “Isn't that what I'm telling you now?"
Sachin put down the chopsticks in his hand and looked at her leisurely. "I mean, why didn't you tell me
before you went to see her?"
That was what he meant.
"I don't think she dares to make things difficult for me, so I didn't tell you.”
Sachin paused for a moment before asking, “Did she say anything?"
Rosiley pondered her words. “She said that she supported us being together, but only if you would give
up everything about the Lu family.”
Hearing this, Sachin raised his eyebrows slightly, and the corner of his lips curled into a mocking smile.
“Good for her. I'm surprised that she could think of this way.”
Rosiley curled her lips. "Yes. But at the same time, her knowledge of me was too superficially.”
"Before she came, she must have been confident that I would agree to her proposal but didn't expect
that I would refuse.”
Sachin smiled. "From the looks of it, Rosiley, you are a real piece of work.”
"Well, it's true." Rosiley raised her chin with a proud expression, “Otherwise, how could I be worthy of
standing by someone as extraordinary as you?”
Rosiley also laughed. Then, she thought of something, “Sachin, what may your father do to Payton?”
Just like that day in the Lu’s, his father had threatened Payton with Sachin, Griselda had threatened
Payton with her today.
She suddenly felt that Payton was like meat on someone else's chopping board and could only be
“What can he do?” Sachin sneered, “Apart from interfering with Payton's marriage, what else can he
Rosiley frowned slightly, "Juliet shouldn't have encountered the same situation as me, right?”
"No, I'm here.” Sachin gave her a comforting smile and continued, "I promised Payton that I wouldn't let
the old man put moves on him.”
She knew that, and she also believed that Sachin had that ability, but... she felt that his father and
Griselda could not be easily dealt with.
Capital, the Lu family.
Charles, who had just returned home from a business trip, learned from the butler that Sachin had
returned with his wife yesterday.
He was shocked. It had been a long time since Sachin had returned to the Lus, and this time, he had
brought his wife with him. This was completely provoking their father's prestige.
However, when did Sachin get married?
He remembered that night at the Benin Charity Gala, the woman who came to look for Sachin. He
couldn't get her out of his head.
He asked the butler what Sachin's wife looked like and confirmed that the woman he saw that night
was Sachin’s wife.
They were married.
Thinking of the elegant and beautiful woman who was already Sachin's wife, he felt a little jealous,
jealous of Sachin, jealous that he could have such a beautiful woman.
Just as he was immersed in his thoughts, a deep voice sounded.
He hurriedly turned around and saw his father, Benson, slowly descending the stairs with a serious and
"Dad." He walked over to help Benson to the living room and sat down on the sofa.
As soon as he sat down, Benson asked, “How is the situation?”
"The other party has already agreed to sign a contract with us.” Charles answered truthfully.
"That's good.” Benson finally wore a satisfied smile. He patted Charles’ shoulder and said, “You worked
Charles shook his head, "This is what I should do.”
Benson was satisfied with this second son since Charles was a little kid, Charles was modest and knew
how to hide his sharpness. Even though he knew that everything in the Lus would be Sachin's in the
future, he did not show any dissatisfaction. Instead, he did his best to work for his eldest brother.
Just this alone was enough to make Charles like him.
Charles thought for a moment and then asked, "Dad, I heard from the butler that Sachin and his wife
came back yesterday?"
Benson nodded, “That brat actually got married without my approval. He did it on purpose!"
"Dad," Charles pondered for a moment before asking, “You don't like my sister-in-law?"
“Don't call her sister-in-law. I don't recognize her as the Lu Family's daughter-in-law." Benson was
"I see.” His father fell into a bad mood as soon as he mentioned Sachin, so Charles changed the topic,
"Dad, where's my mom?"
"She went to Benin.”
"Benin? What is she doing in Benin?" Charles was slightly surprised.
"To see that woman.”
"Why?" Charles didn't understand why his mother wanted to see her. Could it be...?
As if he had thought of something, a light flashed in Charles' eyes. He anxiously asked, “Dad, are you
asking my mom to tear apart them?"
Sachin had always liked his mother. If Sachin found out about this, he would probably never stop.
"Not really. She was just trying to find out why that woman was with Sachin."
So, it was like this.
Charles heaved a sigh of relief and said, “Dad, I've seen that woman. They love each other. I think it
would be very difficult for you to break them up.”
“Difficult?” Benson sneered, “There's nothing in this world that money can't do.”
Charles pursed his lips and didn't say anything else.
Actually, it was way more complicated. Money could not buy love.