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Married at First Sight (Serenity and Zachary) novel Chapter 31

Chapter 31

Chapter 31 On the other hand, Zachary spoke to Mr. Lewis on behalf of Liberty and probably put in the good word for her too, so Mr. Lewis knocked a few thousand dollars off.

Of course, nine thousand bucks were a great deal of money to Liberty now. It would serve as a painful lesson to keep her eyes peeled on the street and stay away from luxury sedans!

“Is your husband coming back soon?” asked Liberty.

“Yeah. He‘ll be back tomorrow.”

“Great. My husband and I will be there ahead of time. Are you cooking? I‘ll help out.”

Having lived independently with her sister for many years, Liberty had so much on the ball from her career, and social life, to domestic life. Now that she was held down by a child and without an income, her husband pressured her to become a housewife.

The sisters exchanged small talk on the phone before ending the call.

“Mr. York, do you work late every day?”


“It‘s almost the weekend that Nana and your parents will

come over for dinner. We need to spruce up the place. I‘m thinking of looking at furniture in the next few days and getting what we need.”

Zachary went quiet.

His job took up a lot of his time. It was hard to find time in his busy schedule to shop for furniture with her.


Faced with his silence, Serenity showed understanding. “I can get them myself if you don‘t have the time.” Zachary replied, “Alright. You‘re the lady of the house. You can make decisions over household affairs. Just let me in on the bigger things.”

He had no time to spare for every single trivial matter of the house.

“Sure. I‘ll let Jasmine know that I won‘t be coming in for work today. I‘ll get the stuff.”


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