Don't Try to Escape, My Wife!

Chapter 128: I don't want her to have a good time

“Forget it. You'd better not say it.”


In the end, Samuel couldn't resist his anxiety and refused Nicole’s answer.


Nicole looked at him and didn’t know how to explain Zoe to him. She never thought that Samuel would think of Allen. When she heard Samuel say no, she was relieved.


Seeing her relieved, Samuel was depressed again. The chicken soup that he thought was good to drink became tasteless.


“I'm full.”


“You only drank a little.”


Nicole looked at the soup bowl in her hand and looked at him helplessly.


“I'm hurt. I can’t drink too much.”


Samuel made an excuse.


Nicole saw that he was not happy, but now Samuel was not in good health, and if she told him about Zoe, he would go to France immediately. With his current physical fitness, he may have fallen ill before he arrived in France, let alone visit Zoe.


Nicole didn't care that Samuel got angry. She put the soup bowl into the lunch box and said faintly, “if you’re hungry, eat more. It can stop the food from getting cold. It’s greasy, but it’s good for your wound. You should drink it.”


Nicole didn't explain her relationship with Allen at all. Samuel became more and more depressed.


“I'm tired and want to sleep.”


“Well, I'll be here with you.”


Nicole knew he was not happy. She just obeyed him, which made Samuel more and more upset.


He wanted to lose his temper, but when he saw Nicole's dark circles, he held back and loved her.


“Go to bed and we can sleep together. Look at your dark circles. People will think I hit you.”


Nicole saw that Samuel was clearly depressed but cared about her. She suddenly smiled and felt warm in her heart.


“l can rest in Lucas’ bed. You have injuries. If you want to be with me, you should recover as soon as possible.”


This obviously hurt Samuel again.


He lay down and turned over and left his back to Nicole.


His childish movements made Nicole's lips rise slightly. It was like Samuel was like five years ago and they were still them at that time.


But she knew they had changed after all.