Soon, Hannah was sent to the best hospital in Baykeep while Fabian stayed by her side.
After Lyna left, she decided to call Yvette.
“Hello. Who’s this?”
Yvette found it odd that someone actually knew this phone number of hers.
“What? Why are you calling me? You should leave now. There’s no way Fabian is letting you off the hook.”
Yvette did not want to cross paths with Lyna anymore as she did not want to be implicated.
“I have something important to tell you. It’s up to you whether you want to listen. But if you regret in the future, don’t come to me.”
After speaking, Lyna hung up the phone as she was confident that Yvette would be lured over. Afterward, she sent her location to Yvette.
When she left, she had clearly seen a pool of blood on the floor. If I’m not mistaken, it should be…
Lyna and Yvette agreed to meet at a café in the city center. It was already evening when Yvette arrived, so there were not many people in the café. The place had a tranquil atmosphere despite its downtown location.
It offered public seating and private rooms that provided much-needed privacy. Therefore, it was the favorite café among celebrities and socialites.
Right then, the phone in Yvette’s bag vibrated. It was a text from Lyna that read: I’m in room 323.
After glancing at it, Yvette walked toward the most secluded room in the café and opened the door to enter.
Lyna seemed to have been waiting for some time. She was scrolling through her phone while taking sips of her coffee, looking slightly impatient.
“What is it?” Yvette asked after taking the seat across from her.
Lyna was never a good-tempered person to begin with, so it was only normal that she was irritated after waiting for so long, and hearing Yvette’s tone of voice made her even more livid.
However, she held back her anger in order to get Yvette to work with her. Putting down her phone, she said with a smile, “You’re so busy that you can’t even be punctual, Ms. Tanner.”
“Not really. I just don’t want to see you. So, what’s it that you want to say?” Yvette shrugged as she replied unflinchingly.
She did not think that she should be afraid of Lyna. Besides, she knew that Lyna must be trying to seek help from her, so she became bold.
The look on Lyna’s face changed. Then, she simpered and explained, “It’s okay if you don’t want to see me. I just want to talk about a collaboration with you. That’s it.”
Collaboration? Yvette’s interest was piqued, so she became nicer to Lyna.
“What collaboration?” she said after taking a sip of her coffee.
“Now that Hannah has lost her baby, our biggest threat is gone. Have you ever thought about us working together to deal with Fabian?” Lyna proposed with a smile.
In fact, she was taking a wild guess, but she knew that she was likely right about it. If Hannah had injured another part of her body instead, the woman with her would have helped her stop the bleeding, but she didn’t. So what does it show?
Yvette glanced at her with a look of disdain. How is it possible that Hannah is pregnant? Even if she’s pregnant, Fabian wouldn’t have let anything happen to her.
“How did you know?” Yvette asked.
“To tell you the truth, it was my doing,” Lyna admitted calmly. Since Fabian had found out about her, there was no need for her to keep a low profile anymore.
Yvette could not help but swallow hard. There’s no way Fabian will let Lyna off after she caused Hannah’s miscarriage. Is this woman trying to take me down with her? On second thought, Fabian may be no match for Lyna, considering that she was able to escape unscathed. If I work with Lyna and show up as Fabian’s savior, he will become mine, won’t he?