Chapter 247 You Shouldn’t Be Helping a Tyrant
Jensen shrugged. “What do you think we’re doing?” he asked.
Gilbert’s expression became even colder. He had come to the farm since the day Kisa appeared here. He had been monitoring her every move. He knew that she disliked Christopher Case and Sharon, but he did not expect her to frame Carolyn Marshall. ‘She is a vicious woman. She ruined the entire Case family’s reputation just because of some personal grievance she had against them,‘ he thought.
Jensen smiled when he saw the cold look on Gilbert’s face. “I’ll never stop her from doing what she wants to do. I’ll only support her.”
“Even when she has lost her conscience?”
“Yes, I will support everything she does.”
For some reason, Gilbert was jealous after hearing Jensen’s words. Maybe it is because he could not do what this man was willing to do for Kisa. However, he was disgusted at the fact that Kisa had done such an evil thing to Carolyn.
“She shouldn’t be this vicious,” Gilbert said in a low voice. “You shouldn’t be helping a tyrant like her.”
“Hahaha!” Jensen laughed with a hint of sarcasm. “I finally know why she hates you.”
Gilbert stared at him without saying a word.
“It’s because you never tried to get to know her. You keep thinking that she’s vicious, but to me, she’s the kindest person I’ve met. She’s doing all this just to get revenge. You don’t know what she went through. You have no right to call her a vicious woman.”
In his opinion, his younger brother is so pampered that he has never seen the darkest side of humanity yet.
“Gilbert, you and us… We are not the same.”
‘What does he mean by “us“? Is he implying that he and Kisa are the same kind of people, that I’m isolated from them?‘
Gilbert clenched his fists and asked, “You fell for her from the start, right?”
Jensen paused and chuckled, “What do you mean by that?”
“When we were younger, you
said you didn’t like her.”
“Yeah? Well, I lied.” Jensen smiled and said, “To be honest, if I’d fought for her when we were younger, she wouldn’t have suffered so much.”
“So what if that’s true? We’re not kids anymore” said Gilbert as he narrowed his eyes coldly.
Jensen merely smiled and turned to leave. Gilbert stared at his back with an indescribable desolation in his heart. The elder brother who had always protected him was gone. He never wanted things to be like this between them, but he knew that they could never go back to how things used to be.
When Kisa returned to the apartment, Jensen was at the door, waiting for her.
“Why are you back so late? Have you eaten yet?” he asked and pulled her into the house. The smell of food wafted out of the kitchen, making Kisa hungry.
Although she had avenged her mother today, she felt a hint of sadness. She was sad because her mother had left the world without witnessing what had happened. She walked along the road for a long time before going home. She did not dare go back to the apartment until the sadness in her heart had calmed down because she was afraid that this man would worry about
Jensen had cooked many types of food each day. She marveled at his cooking skills and felt a warm feeling inside of her due to this man’s thoughtfulness.
“Nice job ruining their plan, Kisa,” Jensen said as he poured her a glass of wine.
“Did you go to the farm today?” Kisa took the glass of wine and asked.
“Well…” Jensen hesitated for a while and said, “Gilbert was there too.”