Don't Try to Escape, My Wife!

Chapter 186: She Is Ill

When Samuel wanted to say something to Nicole, she had already passed out.


He was scared that his face lost color. He quickly dried Nicole's body, put on her pajamas and carried her out.


The pajamas on Nicole's body were a little bigger, like a robe, which stimulated Samuel's sight more.


He quickly dried a tear from the corner of his eye and called the doctor over.


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The doctor gave Nicole a general examination, and found that she had no other wounds or hidden injuries except for the scars on her body. It was only because she was too weak. Moreover, she suffered gastrointestinal dysfunction and she could not eat too greasy food recently.


Only hearing this from the doctor, Samuel could imagine how much sin Nicole suffered.


How could her gastrointestinal function dysfunction?


Jacob heard that Nicole was back and wanted to come over, but he was blocked out the door by Samuel.


“Go and check out what the people being trafficked eat on the ship?”


Samuel wanted to know everything.


Jacob quickly gave him the answer.


“Manager Green, those people all ate leftovers and rotten food on the ship. They didn't treat these people as human beings, insulted, abused and bullied them at will, and sometimes even forced them to drink urine for fun.


When Jacob heard this, he hesitated whether or not to tell Samuel, but in the end he did.


Samuel's face was terribly unsightly. He turned around and went back to the ward.


Nicole was still sleeping, but she slept very restless. Her hands held her legs tightly and curled up like a shrimp.


Samuel tried to stretch her body, but failed. Nicole in her sleep seemed to be struggling to protect herself with all her strength.


This was a subconscious way of protection, but it made people feel sad.


Samuel took off his shoes and went to bed. He held Nicole tightly in his arms and said in a low voice, “Don't be afraid. I’m by 

your side. Everything is over. Nicole, relax you. Don't hurt yourself like this. I'm Samuel.” 


At the beginning, Nicole couldn't listen to him. She subconsciously resisted and dodged. She even opened her mouth and bit Samuel's wrist and arm. She bit wherever she could.


She was like a night cat, stretching out all her claws in self-defense.


Before long, Samuel's body was scarred, but he didn't feel pain, because his heart was more painful than the injury outside.


The once cheerful girl now became this way, whose fault was it?


It was his fault.


It was because he did not protect her well, making her go through all this.


Samuel let Nicole gnaw, but refused to lose hands.


Finally Nicole bit tired and fell asleep again, but she relaxed a lot.