Charles looked at the card in his hand. At that time, he was in a trance.
Tens of millions--it was a fable for him an hour ago.
He couldn't help but think of his hard-working father, who worked day and night for his life and tuition. He couldn't help but wanted to speak.
"If I had found you earlier, I wouldn't have let you suffer so much injustice!"
Charles just wanted to say that he didn't need the money. Leo took the lead and stopped him from answering.
Hearing what he said, he knew that the money was not just a matter of numbers. If he did not accept the payment, it would be like he refused to accept the so-called biological parents.
However, accepting the money was like giving up his parents, who raised him. Charles hesitated.
"I don't blame you. After all, you didn't mean it!"
Charles could only say this, comforting the three people in front of him.