The Rewritten Love: A Second Beginning By Max Charming chapter 169

The Rewritten Love: A Second Beginning By Max Charming chapter 169

Around nine in the evening, Madelyn finally reached the party venue. She was late, so she wasn’t sure if the party was still going on.

This party was being held at the Young family’s mansion.

Someone at the door checked Madelyn’s invitation. Then, they showed her inside and said, “If you’re a friend of Miss Young, just follow this path. Keep going straight until you see it.”

Madelyn nodded gently and replied, “Okay, thank you.”

The person guiding Madelyn kept looking at her. She had never seen such a pretty girl before. She thought, ‘I wonder which family’s daughter she is, and why haven’t I seen her before?’

Madelyn felt a bit cold, so she put on a jacket. She held her dress and walked in the direction the person had pointed.

After greeting the guests in the front hall, Yvonne quickly dashed to the pool area. She thought to herself, ‘This is where I belong!’ All her classmates and close friends were at there.

She plopped onto a chair and lay down, not wanting to move. “I’m so tired… Why do I have to talk to those weird old men? If it weren’t for my mom, I wouldn’t bother at all.”

“Cause’ you’re going to inherit YTCorp in the future?” Timothy said, wearing a shirt with colorful prints.

Yvonne had a headache. “I’ve said it before. Why can’t they just hand over everything to Ethan? I would have a happier life to rely on him. I don’t want to be like my mom. It’s exhausting. Don’t you think?”

“I’ve never heard anyone complain about having too much money before,” Timothy remarked.

Yvonne grabbed a glass of champagne from the side, took a sip, and looked around. “Hey, did you see her?”

“What?” Timothy asked.

“Madelyn! She wouldn’t have not come, right?”

Timothy’s eyes widened immediately. “You invited her? What the heck, are you crazy? You actually invited her? Fine, we’re not friends anymore!”

Frowning, Yvonne playfully hit Timothy. “I’m telling you, I won’t care about your matters with Madelyn. From now on, if you dare speak ill of her in front of me, don’t blame me for teaching you a lesson!”

“Do you even know what kind of person she is? Befriending her? Are you that desperate for friends?”


“Do I need your opinion? I like her, that’s all…”

Just then, a servant hurried over and whispered something to Yvonne. Her face changed quickly, showing she was nervous. “Really? I’m going there now!”

“But he’s already in the study with your mother, seems like they’re talking about business. You might have to wait a bit.”

“It’s okay, I’ll wait.” With that, Yvonne hurried away.

Timothy called after her from behind, “Where are you off to again? Is something on fire?”

Adrian, dressed in a white suit, approached gracefully with a smile. “Stop staring. She’s already gone.”

Timothy acted uninterested, “Who was even looking at her? Acting like a goofball!”

Shifting to a more comfy position, he asked, “By the way, where’s Forrest? Didn’t he come to Yvonne’s birthday?”

Adrian shrugged, “He arrived early, then disappeared somewhere.”

Timothy grinned, “Probably sneaking off with some lady again!”

Meanwhile, Madelyn took a wrong turn and as she walked, things started feeling weirder. The sky was getting darker, and she couldn’t see the path ahead.

Then, out of nowhere, a stone rolled in from behind, right under the thin straps of Madelyn’s high-heeled shoes. She slipped on the stone, cried out ‘Ah!’ and fell right into the bushes.

Just then, Forrest emerged, slightly leaning forward, and let out a mischievous laugh. “Silly

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