With an expression that showed her clear conscience, Yolanda gazed at Matilda. “That time, both of you weren’t divorced. I hid my feelings to myself and I swear I had never pestered him or done anything that crossed the line, prior to your divorce.”
Judging from her expression, Matilda truly believed in every word she said.
Then again, it also made her feel worse about her past self for being so mean toward Yolanda.
Thus, Matilda could only mumble her acknowledgement and remained silent.
Letting out a sigh, Yolanda explained, “Now that you’re divorced, I think I have the right to stand up and confess my love for him. I can even boldly do something for him. Sophia, I wish to make this clear—I’m not the one who ruined your marriage.”
Taking in a deep breath, Matilda agreed with her. “You’re not. I know that.”