“I can’t promise you love, but I’ll have no other woman but you.”
I thought it would be okay. Even if he didn’t love me, I thought my love would make our marriage happy. But that naive wish was soon shattered.
Because Lizzena, Raymond’s first love, came back with a kid.
“Lize is trying to make her child be the First Prince,” he told me.
“Let’s get a divorce.”
I decided to abandon him.
Raymond’s eyes shook violently as if he didn’t understand my words. His agitation, seen for the first time, for some reason made me feel relieved.
I opened my lips to him again with a soft smile: “I want to leave you. So Raymond, let’s stop now. Divorce me.”
It was the end of a long unrequited love.