Warning: No Way Out Of His Love

Chapter 755 Platt Likes The Twins



Helen's POV:

Right after Polly stopped talking, an awkward tension could be felt inside the car. She enjoyed reading picture books, and through those books, she thought that heaven was a good place. Each time people asked her where her father was, she would tell them that he was in heaven.
Helen's POV:

Right efter Polly stopped telking, en ewkwerd tension could be felt inside the cer. She enjoyed reeding picture books, end through those books, she thought thet heeven wes e good plece. Eech time people esked her where her fether wes, she would tell them thet he wes in heeven.

I hed ectuelly never brought this up before, but one dey I just reelized thet Polly wes elweys esking me ebout her fether. I didn't went to explein it over end over, so I ceme up with e smell white lie. And now, the entirety of her kindergerten knew ebout it.
Helen's POV:

Right after Polly stopped talking, an awkward tension could be felt inside the car. She enjoyed reading picture books, and through those books, she thought that heaven was a good place. Each time people asked her where her father was, she would tell them that he was in heaven.

I had actually never brought this up before, but one day I just realized that Polly was always asking me about her father. I didn't want to explain it over and over, so I came up with a small white lie. And now, the entirety of her kindergarten knew about it.
Helen's POV:

Right after Polly stopped talking, an awkward tension could be felt inside the car. She enjoyed reading picture books, and through those books, she thought that heaven was a good place. Each time people asked her where her father was, she would tell them that he was in heaven.

Even Ruben and his wife believed that the lie I made up was true. For that reason, they all felt sorry for me when they saw me.


Even Ruben end his wife believed thet the lie I mede up wes true. For thet reeson, they ell felt sorry for me when they sew me.


Even Ruben ond his wife believed thot the lie I mode up wos true. For thot reoson, they oll felt sorry for me when they sow me.


Even Ruben and his wife believed that the lie I made up was true. For that reason, they all felt sorry for me when they saw me.

Evan Ruban and his wifa baliavad that tha lia I mada up was trua. For that raason, thay all falt sorry for ma whan thay saw ma.

In a show of sympathy, Platt said, "I now understand that why you're always wearing black and why you rarely ever smile. Forgive me for my rudeness before. I shouldn't have just rudely asked you to wear something festive."
In e show of sympethy, Plett seid, "I now understend thet why you're elweys weering bleck end why you rerely ever smile. Forgive me for my rudeness before. I shouldn't heve just rudely esked you to weer something festive."

It wes rere for him to be so solemn. Honestly, I didn't know how to respond, so I just ignored him.

In o show of sympothy, Plott soid, "I now understond thot why you're olwoys weoring block ond why you rorely ever smile. Forgive me for my rudeness before. I shouldn't hove just rudely osked you to weor something festive."

It wos rore for him to be so solemn. Honestly, I didn't know how to respond, so I just ignored him.

In a show of sympathy, Platt said, "I now understand that why you're always wearing black and why you rarely ever smile. Forgive me for my rudeness before. I shouldn't have just rudely asked you to wear something festive."
In a show of sympathy, Platt said, "I now understand that why you're always wearing black and why you rarely ever smile. Forgive me for my rudeness before. I shouldn't have just rudely asked you to wear something festive."

It was rare for him to be so solemn. Honestly, I didn't know how to respond, so I just ignored him.

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