Home/Quadruplets Unite: Mother's Words Are Law

Read free books online.

Quadruplets Unite: Mother's Words Are Law

Chapter 660

Chapter 660 Abel’s Warning Part 1 "Ah!" Evelyn jerked in her seat. She hadn't expected Abel to question her in such a straightforward manner. It caught her off guard. "Why are you so nervous, Ms. Evelyn?" Abel sounded murderous. "I…" Evelyn scrambled to right her posture. "Of course I am. Emma is my friend. Why wouldn't I be worried?" "I don't think that's all. You seem…afraid. " He watched her intently. "Scared that I found something out?" "Mr. Abel. " She got up from the couch. "What's going on here? Are you suspecting me of trying to hurt Emmeline?" "You're honest. " He smiled coldly. "You were the only outsider who knew Janie was in Falmouth. " "I only heard Emmeline mention it in passing," she argued. "What does Janie being in Falmouth have anything to do with me?" "You used it as an excuse to get Emma there and orchestrated an accident!" "Is Emmeline that gullible?" She sounded flustered. "How could I fool her?" "Emma attaches great importance to Janie. She's currently looking for her. It's an exploitable weakness!" (adsbygoogle=window. adsbygoogleII[]). push({}); "

Alana had warned her about this. Abel was a devil from hell. Anyone who crossed him would wish they were dead rather than alive

. She hadn't believed a word she said but now fear struck her. What was Abel going to do with her if he found out she was the one behind the accident? Was he going to sever her fingers just like Alana? "Huh?" She panted and trembled. "I didn't try to harm Emmeline, Mr. Abel. It wasn't me!" She argued feebly. "I don't want to hear another word out of you. Get out. " He scoffed. "Warn your partner to watch his back!" Evelyn sucked in a breath. "Please, I didn't…" "Get out!" He growled. "Once I get my hands on the evidence, you aren't going to be so lucky!" The man behind the executive desk looked murderous. She shut her mouth and scurried out of the office. Abel then called Adam. Adam was surprised to see Abel calling him. It was rare for Abel to call him. He had a feeling it wasn't for anything good. Adam couldn't help but admit to himself that he was somewhat afraid of him. That man was ruthless enough to commit murder without blinking an eye. "Abel?" Adam picked up the call. "Did you need something from me?" "I'm bored," Abel said languidly. "Why don't we go get a drink?"