“We're done, you hear me? I have nothing to do with you or your family anymore, so leave. Leave right now!” Josephine chased him off without hesitation.
Ever since Hugo kicked her out of the Smith mansion, she lost what little love she had left of him.
“Josephine!” The old man didn't want to give up just like that. He gritted his teeth and eventually kneeled before her. “Josephine, I'm not getting up unless you forgive me. I don't care how long it takes.”
“Then you can kneel here forever. I couldn't care less.”
It irked Jonathan to see Hugo pestering Josephine with his usual shameless routine. Since the Smiths would stop at nothing to take her back despite their blatant betrayal, Jonathan saw no reason to show them any more courtesy.
“As-” Hugo caught himself before he blurted Jonathan's other name right in front of Josephine. The murderous glare from his grandson-in-law sent a chill up his spine, and he immediately corrected himself. “Jonathan, I-”