Chapter 72 Loss
- On the other hand, Jocelyn was already familiar with a situation like that. Therefore, she scooted away carefully to make space so that Sebastian could hold onto the handrail beside her. “Are you feeling better now?” she asked.
- As soon as he nodded, he was hit by the realization that perhaps Jocelyn hadn’t had the best childhood while growing up. Although the McBrides weren’t considered a prominent family, they were fairly well off. From what he gathered, she was born into a wealthy family, but she still had to take the bus. Therefore, he wondered what kind of life she had led when she was young. All of a sudden, he began taking pity on her. For the rest of my life, I will do my best to provide her with anything that I could provide her with.
- Although he was still exclaiming about how tough Jocelyn had had it, she already moved on from all of that. Well, having had it tough means that I get to come out of it better than everybody else! Compared to stuff like taking a bus and working part-time, the most painful experiences stemmed from her mother’s death and the subsequent torture inflicted on her by Joanne and Nadine.