Taking Twins Abroad After Divorce Novel Chapter 1 PDF Free Online (Amanda and Miles Franklin novel)

“Miles, I’ve been married to you for three years, but we’ve never been a real couple. I’ll give my blessing to you and your first crush by giving up on our marriage. Tomorrow, you’re free to go after her. But for now, just make it up to me for my feelings for you all these years, please?”
She knew this was a despicable move, but she had loved him for too long. All the years, she had suffered greatly, and now, all she wanted was a little consolation.
“Amanda, how dare you!”
Miles Franklin clenched his jaw as his fury sprang to life. His handsome face was as black as thunder.
How dare she scheme against me?
“I’m afraid of nothing…”
The next day, Amanda woke up at dawn. Tamping down on her discomfort, she got out of bed pulled out the divorce agreement she had prepared from the drawer and placed it on the bedside table. Before leaving, she gazed at the man in the bed.
“Miles, I’ll set you free. From today onward, we shall go on separate ways. We will have nothing to do with each other from now on,” Amanda murmured.
She averted her gaze and turned to leave.
Her heart was full of bitterness and anguish as she stepped out of the Franklin residence.
Amanda had loved Miles for seven years. She had had a crush on him since her teenage years, so her biggest wish was to be his wife. Alas, Miles despised her the moment she married him.
Back then, his grandfather was critically ill and needed a joyous occasion to hopefully ward off the bad luck. As luck would have it, she was selected to be Miles’ wife.
Her greedy father and stepmother immediately agreed to the marriage.
She could still remember how delighted she was as she waited for the night of her wedding. Yet, when Miles showed up, there’s a disgusted expression on his face.
“Amanda, I’ll have you know that the person I want to marry is Samantha Hogan. I never wanted to marry you! Only Samantha has the right to be my wife. You’re not good enough for me,” he declared.
Amanda knew that Miles wasn’t obliged to love her.
However, she still held on to the hope that the man would warm up to her one day.
In the past three years of their marriage, she did her best to be a good and caring wife.
Every night, she’d prepare dinner so he could come home to freshly cooked meals.
No matter how late it was, she would only go to bed in peace after his return.
If he got drunk at social events, she would take care of him meticulously instead of leaving him in someone else’s hands.

Whenever he got ill or hurt, she would be more worried than anyone else.
Every winter, she would switch on the heater and fill the bathtub with hot water for him. In the morning, she’d wake up earlier than usual to warm his clothes up so he wouldn’t feel the cold.
Nevertheless, he never loved her, and he never would.
The day before yesterday was Amanda’s birthday, but Miles went to the hospital to keep Samantha company.
It was then that Amanda finally understood that her one-sided feelings would never be reciprocated.
She would never make Miles fall for her, for his heart belonged to another woman.
Thus, Amanda decided to give up.
Miles only roused by ten in the morning.
The first thing he wanted to do after getting up was to choke Amanda to her death.
Miles was the CEO of Franklin Group, known for his acuteness. No one in the corporate world was his match. Thus, he had never fallen for that woman’s.
Never in his wildest dreams did he expect to fall for that woman’s trap!
Simmering with anger, he glanced around the room but didn’t see Amanda anywhere. Out of the corner of his eye, he spotted the document on the bedside table.
“What is this?”
Miles’ brows furrowed as he picked up the document with the words “Divorce Agreement” printed in bold text on the front page.
His gaze narrowed dangerously.
First, she resorted to that despicable trick to make us a real couple, but now she wants a divorce. Ha! How many tricks does she have up her sleeves?
Miles refused to believe that Amanda wanted to divorce him for real.
Getting to his feet, he put on his clothes and strode downstairs furiously. “Did you see Amanda?” he asked the butler, Marc.
Taken aback, Marc replied swiftly, “Mr. Franklin, Mrs. Franklin left home with her luggage before dawn.”
Hearing that, Miles halted in his tracks in surprise.
Six years later, at Virus Medical Research Institute, Yowhayton.
Amanda had just stepped out of her laboratory when her assistant, Katerina, told her, “Dr. Dickerson, Professor Morgan needs to talk to you. He wants to see you in his office.”
After staying up the entire night, Amanda was feeling drowsy. However, upon hearing Katerina’s words, she snapped out of her daze as her mind cleared.
“Did he say anything? Don’t tell me my little rascals destroyed the research results again?”
“Apparently,” came Katerina’s answer.
She shot Amanda a sympathetic look.
Amanda was an efficient and capable woman. At a young age, she became the mentee of Mitchell Morgan, the best professor in the medical world. With her outstanding capabilities, she was never reprimanded for her work.
Nevertheless, that didn’t stop her from being the scapegoat for her naughty sons.
Katerina comforted her, “You spent three days in the laboratory, so Alvin and Elliot were worried about you. They spent their days bumbling around in Professor Morgan’s office. I think he got a few new white strands of hair from the trouble they caused.”
Hearing that, Amanda felt an incoming headache. She couldn’t help but find the situation funny, too.
Six years ago, she left the Franklin residence and headed overseas without hesitation.
Initially, she wanted to further her studies but soon discovered she was pregnant.
Back then, she was caught in a dilemma on whether she should abort her children. When she arrived at the hospital, she changed her mind, for she couldn’t bear to part with her children.
In the end, she kept her children.
Amanda was pregnant with triplets—two boys and a girl.
During her delivery, her baby girl was born without any signs of life due to a lack of oxygen, and only the boys survived. She nicknamed her sons Alvin and Elliot.
The thought of her genius sons gave Amanda utter bliss.
However, she slumped her shoulders when she recalled she was about to get reprimanded, thanks to the boys.

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