Samuel would like Lucas to leave early, but he is worried about Lucas’ safety.
Fortunately, Macon was still in the Seapolis City. Samuel called Macon and asked him to send Lucas back to the Green
family's old house. He hoped that Macon could stay in the Green family's old house for a few days to look after his two children.
Lucas was glad to hear that Macon would protect them.
The kidnapping made Lucas realize that some of the things Macon taught were particularly useful. What he lacked was self-defense. If Macon could stay and teach them, he could guarantee that he would grow up soon.
A kidnapping incident made Lucas deeply realize that only when he was strong could he protect himself and his mommy and not let her and his brother worry.
It didn’t matter how much he suffered for this goal.
Thinking of this, Lucas jumped out of his chair.
“Mommy, I'll go back first. You don't have to worry about me. With instructor Macon here, Joseph and I will be safe. Take good
care of this man here.”
From Lucas’ tone, it was not difficult to tell that he adored Macon and disliked Samuel, which made Samuel very speechless.
Why did Lucas worship others without knowing how brave and capable his father was?
But Lucas didn’t give Samuel a chance to talk. He waved directly at Samuel and said, “I'll wait outside the door so that I won't be disgusted again.”
Then he made a face and ran away with the braised fish.
Nicole's lips rose slightly.
Lucas hadn't been so childish for a long time. She even thought her son had grown up. She didn't expect that he seemed to release his nature in the Seapolis City, and he was more or less childlike.
“Lucas is a lot more cheerful after he came back to the Seapolis city.”
Nicole was telling the truth.
Maybe here he didn't have to watch Zoe suffer every day. He didn't have to watch Nicole cry every day, and he didn't have to
worry about Zoe dying on the operating table one day.
Here, he was Lucas.