Chapter 239 Asking for Answers
- The clock continued to tick, and the men finally gave up and left the room about five minutes after they entered. Although it felt like a long wait, Jackson—who was still under the bed—felt a strong sense of relief once he was alone in the room. I’m fortunate to have survived this incident. I hope Jocelyn’s just as safe as I am.
- Meanwhile, Jocelyn had kept herself hidden on the balcony until she was certain that there were no longer any noises coming from Jackson’s ward. She quietly got onto her feet before she braced herself for the jump back onto Jackson’s balcony. However, the door to the ward that she was in opened right then, and a man strode into the room. It was a familiar face—one that belonged to none other than Lindsay Reid.