Predestined Marriage Novel Chapter 1159 – 1160

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Chapter 1159

When she reached the room, she accompanied Karl upstairs.

“I’ll find your clothes, you go in first.” After Alyssa said, she turned around and went to the cloakroom to get him clothes.

However, when she looked for the clothes and took them out, she saw that Karl was still sitting on the bed without moving.

Alyssa held her clothes tightly, stood by the door and looked at Karl for a moment before raising her foot to walk towards him.

She said in a relaxed tone as much as possible: “I’ve helped you find your clothes, stand up, go take a shower.”

With that, she pulled Karl up from the bed and led him into the bathroom.

Karl followed her into the room, she put aside the clothes he was going to change, then turned around, and stretched out her hand to unbutton Karl’s shirt, which would count as helping him undress.

Karl’s current appearance made Alyssa very worried.

Karl held her hand and said in a gentle tone, “I will come by myself.”

“Then you hurry up.” Alyssa thought uneasy. If Karl couldn’t go on, she would let Grace call him.

Karl nodded and said, “Okay.”

Only then did Alyssa let go.

When she left, she looked back frequently, not too relieved.

Not long after she went downstairs, Karl took a shower.

The heart that Alyssa had been holding back slightly fell back.

Karl walked behind her, watched the cut vegetables on the table, frowned slightly, “Doing so much?”

He was afraid that Alyssa would be tired.

“Not much. It’s been a long time since everyone had dinner together.” She was taken to Westberg by Karl as soon as she came back. She didn’t cook for a long time and the family of three had dinner together.

Seeing that she was in good spirits, Karl didn’t say much.

Alyssa’s vegetables have been prepared long ago, and the hard vegetables have been stewed in the pot. Now she only needs to fry two dishes to eat.

Karl did not go out and kept staring at her cooking vegetables in the kitchen.

When Alyssa was cooking, she turned her head and asked him, “Is it all ready?”

She asked about Karl’s mother.

Karl nodded: “Yeah.”


Alyssa quickly prepared the dishes, and Karl brought the dishes to the table. Grace came in and took a bowl.

A family of three sat at the dining table and had a peaceful and warm dinner.

At the end of the dinner, Grace looked out the window and said, “It’s raining again.”

She doesn’t like rainy days, and she can’t go outdoors even on rainy days.

Alyssa also glanced out of the window. The rain that had stopped for a while, now it started to fall again and again.

The rain in autumn has made people feel a haze.

She looked back at Karl who had put down his chopsticks early.

Karl was serving soup to Grace, and said in a commanding tone: “Drink some soup.”

The little girl doesn’t like soup now, she only likes to drink all kinds of milk and beverages.

Grace didn’t want to drink too much: “I’m not thirsty.”

Alyssa yelled: “Grace.”

Don’t like soup.

Then Grace reluctantly drank the soup.

After dinner, the servant came to clean the table.

Alyssa and Karl took the plane today, and Karl got off the plane for another busy afternoon, so after eating, Alyssa asked Karl to go back to the room to rest.

Alyssa went to Grace’s room.

She said to Grace in a serious tone: “Mom has something to tell you.”

Grace sat uprightly: “Just tell me.”

“Tomorrow, Mom and Dad will take you to meet someone.”


“Dad told you?”


After a pause, Alyssa said, “Not only to see grandma, but to see her for the last time.”

Chapter 1160

Grace asked, “Did grandma pass away?”

Alyssa had a meal, she was still considering how to explain to Grace, but she didn’t expect Grace to speak such words first.

“In the TV series, it is said that this person is going to be sent for the last time, but this person has passed away.” Grace was a little bit disappointed: “Before father said that he would take me to see grandma someday, I thought I could really see her.

She knows what it means to pass away. Passing away means that people are gone, buried in the soil and no one can be seen.

The death of a person is a fixed form of expression, but Grace still does not understand emotional expression.

And those things that are too profound, don’t have to rush to tell Grace now, she will naturally understand when she grows up.

She touched Grace’s head: “Actually, grandma, she passed away when her father was very young. Although she is gone, she will also like Grace very much.”

“Dad didn’t have a mother when he was very young?” Grace asked curiously with her eyes widened.

“Yeah.” Alyssa nodded, “So, you have to be nice to your father, who actually had a hard time.”

Grace tilted her head and thought for a moment, not knowing what she was thinking, for a long while, she replied: “OK.”

When Alyssa was about to speak, she heard Grace ask again: “Mom, will you leave me then? Will you be gone one day?”

Alyssa was silent for a moment and nodded solemnly: “Yes.”

Grace narrowed her mouth: “No.”

“Even if I won’t be by your side one day, I still love Grace.” Alyssa said with her head down and looking into her eyes.

For Alyssa, death is an inevitable event, so there is no need to avoid it.

Grace frowned again and said in a grievance: “But I want you to stay with me, I want to be with you forever.”

After she finished speaking, she added: “There is also Dad.”

Alyssa’s heart softened: “He too.”

Birth, old age, sickness and death will separate people, and no one can be with one forever.

But love can.


When Alyssa returned to the bedroom, Karl was sitting on the sofa with a laptop on his lap, typing on the keyboard with one hand and holding the phone in the other, listening to the person on the other end of the phone.

“I see, first.” Karl turned his head and glanced at Alyssa who opened the door and hung up the phone.

Alyssa originally thought he was asleep, and walked over to look at his computer: “What are you still doing?”

There were data on the computer that she couldn’t understand, and she didn’t look at it after a glance.

“Call the funeral home to communicate something.” Karl tapped on the keyboard twice, and then turned off the computer.

“Yeah.” Alyssa responded, got up and went to the bathroom to wash.

When she came out, Karl was already lying on the bed, with the quilt neatly covered under his neck, lying flat on the bed, staring straight at the ceiling with his eyes open, as if thinking about something.

When Alyssa lay down on the side of his bed, he reached out and fished the person into his arms.

Alyssa was warmed by the heat from her man, and the whole person relaxed, and her tone became lazy: “Aren’t you sleepy?”

Karl said quietly: “Waiting for you.”

“Then go to sleep.” Alyssa yawned and called him: “Turn off the lights.”

As soon as Karl stretched out his arms, she heard a “pop” and the room plunged into darkness.

Alyssa closed her eyes, and when she was drowsy, she suddenly remembered that Karl might suffer from insomnia tonight. She forced her sleepiness and said, “I can’t sleep, let’s talk.”

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