“Mom…” Before Evelyn could say anything, she was interrupted by Fiona.
“Mmm-hmm. I feel the same way. Pardon me for intruding.” After seeing Rachel, Fiona turned to leave.
Actually, Rachel had a good impression of Fiona, it was just that she didn’t know what to say.
“Mom, why are you behaving that way?” Evelyn chased after Fiona. But when she realized that Fiona had gone too far ahead, she returned and glared angrily at Rachel.
“Don’t bring this matter up ever again.” Rachel didn’t compromise despite how angry Evelyn was.
After shooting Evelyn a glance, Rachel took off her shoes and lay back down on her bed.
Unable to do anything, Evelyn had no choice but to leave the room.
Rachel had kept that matter a secret and didn’t feel like sharing it.
As for Fiona, she shared Rachel’s sentiments too.
Meanwhile in prison, when the police officer left Finnick’s room, he received the video that Noah sent.
“Sir, this is sent by Finnick’s subordinate. He said that once we get it translated, it will prove Finnick’s innocence,” a junior officer reported nervously.
He was aware that his superior was in a bad mood. If he wasn’t careful, he would be at the receiving end of his superior’s frustration.
“Mmm-hmm. I understand. Go ahead and get it translated.” The officer was a captain and initially didn’t intend to send it for translation.
However, when he thought about his chance for promotion and how uncooperative Finnick was, he realized he had no choice but to prove Finnick’s innocence.
Since they had received the evidence, and would potentially be rewarded if the evidence was sufficient, it was in his best interest to cooperate no matter how much he hated Finnick.
Back at the nursing home, Noah’s car arrived the moment Fiona left.
As Evelyn was lazing by the window, she spotted the familiar face at once.
Evelyn began to panic as she didn’t know what she was supposed to do.
“Mom, Vivian has sent someone to take me back.” Evelyn looked at Rachel, hoping that she would have an idea.
“Quick, hide!” Rachel pulled Evelyn toward a small toilet.
Luckily, Vivian was kind enough then to arrange for her to stay in such a nice place. Or else, there really was nowhere for Evelyn to hide.
Holding that thought, Rachel walked out to see Noah.
As Noah and his entourage were too conspicuous, many of the staff and guests walked out as they were curious to know who it was, causing a small commotion.
“Hello, who are you here to see?” The nursing home director greeted Noah.
They are all senior citizens who hardly caused any trouble. So what is all this commotion about?
Everyone made a guess on what it was about, but no one really found a good answer.
“Don’t you recognize me anymore?” Noah took off his sunglasses and looked at the director.
The last time he came was when Rachel was sent to the nursing home. Hence, it was impossible for the director not to recognize him.
“Oh, I know you. Are you Rachel’s family?” Despite the director’s advanced age, he clearly remembered Noah given how much fanfare there was the first time he came.
“Mmm-hmm, I’m not family but I’m here to see her,” Noah explained to the director. After which, he was led to Rachel’s room.
Meanwhile, Rachel pretended as if she had just gotten up from bed. After sitting upright, she stared at Noah.
“What’s going on?” Rachel asked as she turned her attention to the director.
“I’m not really sure. Why don’t you guys go ahead and talk.” After fulfilling his responsibility of leading Noah here, there was nothing more for him to do.
“Hello, I’m here to look for someone. Sorry for disturbing you.” Noah never had a good impression of Rachel given how vicious she was as a mother. Hence, he went ahead with his work without asking for her permission.
He didn’t conduct the search by himself. Instead, he let his subordinates do it. All he did was watch Rachel, just in case she was up to no good.
“Sir, we didn’t find anything.”
“Sir, nothing here.”
As his subordinates returned one by one to report, none of them found anything.