The convenient Bride

Chapter 410 Let's Break Up

"I like to celebrate my birthday according to the lunar calendar," Payton said without any emotions. It
was a sort of explanation.

Then, he turned around and walked into the room. Tracy followed behind him.

"What do you want to drink?" Payton turned to look at her.

Tracy smiled brightly, "Anything goes."

Payton cocked his eyebrows up and turned to the kitchen. In the living room, Tracy kept looking

Very soon, Payton walked out with two bottles of drinks.

He handed one to Tracy and sat down opposite her.

Payton opened the bottle and took a sip. Then, he looked at Tracy and asked, "Tracy, are you free

Tracy was stunned. "Yes, what's wrong?"

Payton looked at her calmly. "I have a favor to ask you."


Juliet wondered if it was her illusion that Payton had been acting strangely these two days.

After his father's accident, if he didn't go to work, he would spend time with her and her mother.
However, these two days, he didn't even come to the Elton's. She called him, but he was so aloof as if
he hated her very much.

Could it be that he had a problem with her?

The thought filled Juliet with vague disquiet. She felt that she had to ask him because she did not want
to be treated like this for no reason.

So, she went straight to his company, but she didn't expect to see a woman who shouldn't be in his

It was Tracy.

Before she opened the door, she could hear the faint laughter, but when she opened it, it stopped

At the sight of Juliet, Tracy rose from the sofa and called out in panic, "Juliet."

Juliet shot her a cold glance and then turned her gaze to Payton. However, Payton looked well-rested,
without changing color.

Juliet had an intuition that there was something wrong, but she forced herself to abandon that thought.

"Payton, why haven't you come to my house these two days?" Juliet asked.

"I don't want to go."

The simple answer made Juliet's heart tremble. She bit her lips and swept her eyes over Tracy. Then
she asked with a smirk, "Is it because of her?"

Payton looked straight at Juliet, neither admitting nor denying it.

He was too calm, causing her unease to grow constantly.

She took a deep breath and tried to make sense of that. After a while, she asked, "Payton, what exactly
do you mean?"

However, he still looked at her without saying anything.

At this time, Tracy said timidly, "Juliet, stop asking him. He just ... just doesn't know how to tell you."

"Who the hell are you?" Juliet glared at her.

Tracy's breath was stifled. Then she bit her lips and murmured in grievance, "Juliet, I know you're
angry, but I think I should tell you the truth."

The truth? Juliet frowned as she felt that her instinct seemed to be spot on.

Payton was still silent while Tracy looked at him with affection. Then, she suddenly bowed to Juliet and
said, "Sorry, Juliet."

Juliet's face darkened and her eyes grew as cold as ice.

Tracy continued, "Juliet, Payton and I…. Payton...."

She hesitated, her fair cheeks turning red. At the sight of that, Juliet felt quite uncomfortable.

Juliet sneered, "Don't tell me he cheated on me."

Tracy glanced at her and then lowered her head in embarrassment.

Juliet slowly opened wide her eyes and looked at them in disbelief. Suddenly, she felt that her throat
was so dry that she could not say anything.

A deathly silence descended over them. Staring at Juliet, Payton clenched his fist. There was sadness
in his eyes but Juliet didn't notice it.

Noticing her so shocked, he was heartbroken.

'I'm sorry, Juliet.'

He could only say that inwardly.

After a long time, Juliet could finally speak. She asked stiffly, "Payton, is it true what Tracy said?"

"I'm sorry."

He didn't answer her question directly, but it was enough.

Juliet suddenly laughed as she looked at the man who had said he loved her. But now he turned so

"Bastard!" She couldn't suppress the anger and sadness anymore. She rushed forward and raised her
hand to slap him.

Payton didn't dodge at all.

Covering her mouth to stop herself exclaiming, Tracy stared blankly at them.

"Let's break up."

Without hesitation, Juliet turned around and strode away.

After watching her go, Tracy turned to look at Payton. Noticing that his face had turned red because of
the slap, she immediately walked up and reached out to touch him, but he tilted his head and dodged
her hand.

Tracy paused in embarrassment and looked very hurt. She pursed her lips and asked with concern,
"Payton, are you OK?"

Payton shook his head. "I'm fine."

Such a physical injury did not compare to the emotional harm he had done to Juliet. He wished that she
would hit him a few more times so that she would feel better.

Tracy said thoughtfully, "Payton, do you really think it is the right thing to do?"

That day, he asked her for help, but she never expected to help him in this way.

She did not know why he did this, but she knew he loved Juliet. He was in pain when he did so, and so
was Juliet.

They loved each other so much that Tracy could not understand why they had to end up like this.

Payton lifted one hand to his painful cheeks, and his lips curled in a wry smile. "Whether it's good or
not, we did it already. It's too late."

"Payton, this is fixable. I can tell Juliet that it isn't true. Then nothing will be changed."

"No need," Payton replied as he looked up at Tracy. "You just need to do as I say. Don't worry about
anything else."

Even though she liked Payton, Tracy didn't want to see him do anything against his will and suffer.

Her biggest wish was to make the one she loved happy.

Tracy sighed, "Payton, I hope you won't regret it."

Regret? Payton curled his lips as if despising himself. Of course, he regretted it, but he had to do