Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese Chapter 96

Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese Chapter 96

Chapter 96 You’re So Despicable!

Titus came across a Facebook post made by his teammate.

Unable to contain his frustration, he called Aaron.

Aaron had been scrolling through Facebook, hoping to see a response from his sister.

Earlier, he had seen Simone’s post and replied to Leyla.

When he saw the incoming call, he answered, Titus, why are you calling me?”

Titus voice was filled with anger. “Are you clueless? How could you follow the trend and make such a Facebook post?”

Aaron knew what the man was referring to as soon as he heard this. He felt confused. “What’s wrong with me making that kind of Facebook post? Didn’t we agree that we wanted to convince Simone to come back? I’m just doing my best.”

Titus was furious. “Your best? You’re just dragging us down. You useless teammate.”

He was the least intelligent among his siblings, always single–minded.

Aaron felt unfairly criticized. “How am I dragging you down? I just wanted to make a good impression on Simone.”

“Didn’t Mom say it before? Let’s give Simone an opportunity to come home.”

“You’re being unreasonable, scolding me for making an effort. What’s wrong with you?”

Titus was speechless. He realized Simone was right when she scolded Aaron during the live broadcast. Aaron was hopeless..

“You idiot.” He said. “By making this kind of Facebook post, you’re making things difficult for Jo and Leon.

Aaron replied matter–of–factly, “They can also make a post. They participated in a variety show and posted similar messages. Isn’t that fine? This way, we can improve our relationship with Simone.”

Tirus sighed, feeling that his brother was slow–witted.

What nonsense

*If Jo and Leon also make a post, and Sinone ignores them, wouldn’t it be more ensbarrassing and shameful? Now that you’ve made a post, should they make one or not?

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You’ve

put them in a dilemma, and yet you still think you’re right. You stubborn fool.”

Aaron also got angry. “You’re the stubborn fool. If you hadn’t been so ruthless, Simone wouldn’t have been so angry with us. I just wanted to improve our relationship. I don’t think I did anything wrong.

post, then they don’t have to. What’s the point of

“If Jo and Leon don’t want to make a po being so indecisive?”

“I sometimes can’t understand why your mind is so complicated. Isn’t it better to be straightforward and clear?” He couldn’t understand the way Titus and the others thought.

If anyone wanted to make a post, then they should make one. If they didn’t want to, then don’t. What was so difficult about that?

After listening to it, Titus was so angry that he couldn’t speak to him anymore.

“I’m done talking to you. I can’t communicate with someone like you.”

He and Aaron just couldn’t communicate with each other.

Aaron was speechless. “I won’t talk to you either. I can’t communicate with someone like you.”

Titus was cunning and twisted, and they couldn’t communicate at all.

He sneered and hung up the phone.

Aaron heard that he had hung up his phone and sneered as well. Titus was becoming more and more unbearable.

He felt it necessary to suggest that Titus go to the hospital for a check–up.

With this in mind, he sent a message.

“Titus, I think Simone is right. There might be something wrong with your brain. Go to the hospital tomorrow and check it before it worsens.

When Titus saw this message, he almost exploded with anger.

How could he have such a foolish brother? Suppressing the urge to go home and beat up Aaron, he replied, ‘Get lost!

Then, growing angrier and angrier, he sent another message.

I also think Simone is right. There is something wrong with your brain. Go and treat it

Aaron saw the message and thought that Titus was the so–called “lunatic” that people talk about online.

As a normal person, he wouldn’t bother with a lunatic like Titus. From now on, he would have less contact with him to avoid being influenced by his stupidity..

He ignored Titus and continued browsing Facebook.

Titus saw that Aaron didn’t reply and decided to have less to do with this idiot to avoid being influenced by his foolishness.

At this point, the two brothers despised and detested each other.

On the other side…

Jodie was at home, really wanting to go and scold Aaron, but in order to maintain her image as a considerate sister, she had to endure it and keep her anger to herself.

She thought for a moment and sent a message to Leon, asking if he wanted to go on Facebook.

Leon replied with a message. ‘Don’t get yourself into trouble.

After that, she sent two more messages to him, but he didn’t reply.

After a while, with no response, Jodie felt uneasy. She deliberately sent a message to Melinda, Leon’s mother, asking if something was wrong with Leon since he didn’t reply to her messages.

She was worried about him.

At the Fosters, Leon saw the messages from Jodie.

Not only did he have no desire to reply, but he also irritably threw his phone aside.

He picked up a bottle of wine, opened it, and poured it into a glass to drink.

He wasn’t surprised by Simone’s rejection of Zac and her decision to start her own studio.

After all, he knew that she had always been independent and self–reliant.

That was one of the things he really liked about her.

He actually wanted to be with her now and have s meal to celebrate her opening her own studio, but he also knew that she wouldn’t pay attention to him.

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Recently, he had tried to contact Simone, but all his attempts had failed. As soon as she heard his voice, she hung up the phone.

As for doing something foolish like Aaron and posting on Facebook, he wouldn’t do such a thing.

It would only make Simone dislike him even more.

He was now feeling restless and miserable. He didn’t know how to make Simone let go of what happened before and reconcile with them.

Just then, there was a knock on the door.

Leon spoke, “Come in.”

Melinda pushed the door open and walked in.

She saw Leon sitting on the floor, drinking with a desolate look. She frowned. “What you doing? You’ve made yourself like this.”

Leon looked at his glass and said, “Nothing. I’m just in a bad mood.”

Melinda was displeased to see him in such a state. ‘Is it because of the online incident? Or because of Simone?”

Leon didn’t respond but looked up and asked, “What’s the matter?”

She furrowed her brow even deeper. “Jo sent you a message. Why didn’t you reply? Where are your manners? Is this how I taught you?”

He was already annoyed, and he had also been drinking.

Upon hearing Melinda’s words, he suddenly smashed the glass in his hand onto the floor.

Melinda was startled.

She was about to reprimand him, but Leon spoke first.

With red eyes, he looked at her and said, “You keep on mentioning about Jo. Do you think that an outsider is more important than your own son? When have you ever raised me? I was raised by my grandfather since I was little For the first time, he shouted, “Let me say it one last time. I have no romantic feelings for Jodie, and I will not be with her. The only person I like is Simone.”

It was the first time that Melinda had been scolded and contradicted by her son, especially when he went against her wishes like this.

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“What has Simone done to you? How can she compare to Jo? She has caused so much embarrassment online, yet you still care about her. She looked furious and answered, “You’re so despicable!” What’s so great about Simone? She didn’t understand what her son saw in her.

How could her son go against her wishes? Absolutely not.

He couldn’t be like that unfilial daughter who always opposed her.

Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese

Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese

Score 9.9
Status: Ongoing Type: Author: Artist: Released: January 5, 2024 Native Language: English

How To Read Novel Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese.

In her past life, Simone and her adopted sister got kidnapped. Surprisingly, her parents, five brothers, and even her boyfriend, who had grown up with her, all chose to rescue her adopted sibling, and this led to Simone’s unfortunate end. After being reborn, Simone decided to cut ties with her parents and her lousy brothers. She also broke up with her boyfriend because she’d had enough of all of them. To make a living, she had no choice but to dive into the entertainment industry. Simone’s eldest brother had wielded immense influence within the industry. In the blink of an eye, however, Simone’s management studio ascended to the top tier. Her second brother, a top-tier talent agent, quickly found himself outperformed by Simone, who had become the industry’s foremost agent. Her third brother, a mega-popular singer, saw Simone’s debut song set the world on fire in an instant. The fourth brother, a distinguished and up-and-coming director, gazed in envy and admiration as Simone’s directed movies achieved remarkable box office success. Her fifth brother, the hottest young sensation, watched as Simone transformed into an award-winning leading actress in no time. Upon witnessing her astounding accomplishments, Simone’s parents, brothers, and even her ex-boyfriend pleaded for her forgiveness. “No way!” Simone firmly replied.

Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese

Simone Gray opened her eyes, surveyed the surroundings, and looked at the familiar room from her memories. She had indeed returned. Reaching out to grab her phone from the nightstand, she checked the date before a smile appeared in her eyes. What perfect timing. Just as she was thinking, a knocking sound echoed. She got up to open the door and saw a handsome man standing there, questioning her immediately, “I called you earlier. Why didn’t you answer?” Simone replied calmly, “I didn’t feel like it.” Standing before her was her second brother, Titus Gray, who was also her current agent. He was momentarily stunned, visibly not expecting his sister to say that. He furrowed his brows and lectured impatiently, “Stop causing trouble, will you?”

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