She’s Pregnant So Let’s Get a Divorce Chapter 26

She’s Pregnant So Let’s Get a Divorce Chapter 26

Chapter 26

“Grandpa… You….” Howard’s behavior left Amanda at a loss for words, unsure of what to do with him.

I really shouldn’t have left home today! Why has this grandfather-grandson duo decided to screw with me today!!

On the contrary. Howard was in seventh heaven as he got up and led Amanda to the dining table “Come, Amanda. You really are a sweet child,”

At that, the elder gazed disdainfully at his grandson and muttered, “Go on! Your business is done here. Go back to whatever you were doing and don’t be an eyesore. Amanda and I have something to discuss.”

Bewildered. Amanda looked to Elias, who was behind her. He then sat directly opposite her with seething rage. “Why have you tricked us into coming here?”

“Correction, I only asked Amanda to come. You invited yourself. I already said it over the phone, haven’t I? I want to set Amanda up with a fine young man,” Howard announced, deliberately aggravating Elias and making the latter frown in response.

“You’re being ridiculous!” he snapped.

Someone’s getting feisty… Howard chuckled inwardly. He knew his grandson still cared about Amanda; he was just unaware of it.

That said, Howard remained plain on the surface. “How is this ridiculous? I handed Amanda to you a few years ago, thinking you were a decent, responsible man, but look at what you’ve done to her! Look at how you bullied her! I’ve resigned to fate now. It’s fate that you two can’t be together, and I won’t force it on you two anymore. Since you can’t give Amanda the happiness she deserves, I’ll find her the man who can. It’s only then I can be at ease.”

While Elias was rendered at a loss for words, Howard turned to Amanda. “I know you don’t like him and have no intention of remarrying him. I won’t force you anymore, but I also know you’re lying when you say you have a boyfriend. Do you think I can’t tell? That’s why, my dear, I have to find you a good man you can rely on for the rest of your life.”

“Grandpa, I… It’s fine, really. I can look for one on my own. These things depend on fate.”

Amanda genuinely felt defeated. She couldn’t believe Howard did a one-eighty overnight. How can the elder want to set me up on a blind date now when he was still doing everything to have me and Elias remarry yesterday?!

“Don’t worry about it. We’ll just have a chat with him. If you think he’s not the one, we’ll move on to the next one. I have many fine men here, and I promise we’ll eventually find someone better than that rascal,” said Howard, not forgetting to roll his eyes at his grandson.



Meanwhile, Elias gazed silently at his grandfather with a tense expression, waiting to see what the elder had up his sleeve.

Amanda, on the other hand, just wanted to escape this situation. “Grandpa, I’m kind of busy lately. I don’t have the time-”

“He’ll be here soon,” Howard murmured. “Give him a chance, okay? I think this young man is pretty decent. He’s outstanding in many ways.

At that, he turned to Elias. “What are you still sitting here for? Shoo! Don’t bother Amanda on her blind date. Go back to whatever you were doing.”

“Do you think this is fun, Grandpa? Setting up a blind date for someone without their consent?”

Though Elias had nothing to do with Amanda anymore, he still felt inexplicably vexed to see her on a blind date.

“What does it have to do with you?” Howard snorted disdainfully. “What? Do you still have feelings for Amanda? Does it upset you to see her on a blind date?”


Then shut up and get out! Don’t interfere with our business!” Howard would like to see how long Elias could remain obstinate.

Just then, the door opened, and a gentleman in a suit came in. No doubt he was the man Howard had set Amanda up with.

“Sorry for being late, Old Mr. Winters.”

“Brooklyn, come, come!” Howard greeted the man with a smile. “You’re not late. We’re just early. Let me introduce you to Amanda Bailey. She’s gorgeous, isn’t she? She’s a lawyer too. I’m sure you two have a lot in common, seeing that you’re both lawyers.

Amanda was dumbfounded, unsure of how to react. Grandpa went to great lengths this time. He even found a fellow attorney for this blind date!

“Amanda, this is Brooklyn Wrenn, a grandson of my friend. He’s one of the partners at a law firm. and a pretty outstanding young man,” Howard mentioned while observing Elias’ expression. At that point, Elias was thunderous.

Elias scrutinized the man before him judgingly and came to a conclusion-unworthy. This man is unworthy of Amanda.

Meanwhile, Amanda smiled awkwardly, then gazed toward Elias for help as though asking him to do something about his grandfather.

Elias wanted to interject as well. However, given Howard’s current state, nothing he said would get through to the elder.



Sometime later. Howard suddenly suggested, “Now that you two have gotten to know each other, you should go out for a stroll and spend some alone time.”

“Grandpa… very well.” Amanda felt so awkward at this point that she wished she could bury herself in a hole. Still, she obliged and just like that, she headed out of the private room with Brooklyn.

Howard, on the other hand, sipped his tea leisurely while observing his dear grandson’s reaction.

Suddenly. Elias got up and got ready to leave.

“What do you think you’re doing? Sit down and don’t cause trouble!”

At that, Elias glanced over his shoulder and snarled, I’ll go be the chauffeur!”

As if I’ll let Amanda be alone with that man!

Amanda wanted to leave after following Brooklyn out. However, she couldn’t come up with a good excuse.

Just then. Elias’ deep, alluring voice rang out from behind her. “Amanda, I’ll send you home.”

Amanda’s eyes lit up at once and she turned to look at Elias, who pulled her behind him and said to Brooklyn. “She already has a boyfriend. You’ve lost your chance.”

Then, he dragged Amanda toward his vehicle, leaving a shouting Brooklyn behind. “But Old Mr. Winters asked me to come on a blind date!”

“And now, I’m asking you to go back,” Elias said without looking back.

Amanda was then shoved into the front passenger seat. Looks like this b*stard is as overbearing as


With that, Elias ignited the engine and slammed on the gas, leaving the wretched place.

All this while, Howard continued to sip his tea leisurely.

“Sir, Mr. Elias forcefully took Miss Bailey away.” the bodyguard came in and reported, causing Howard to guffaw. It seemed that he had foreseen the situation as he mumbled to himself, “I knew he still has feelings for Amanda. He just doesn’t know it! This reverse psychology trick will soon be effective.”

“You truly are amazing, Old Mr. Winters. The bodyguard was genuinely impressed. “You still know Mr. Elias best.”

At that, Howard fiddled with the teacup in his hand smugly. “I watched that rascal grow up before my eyes. As if I can’t tell what he thinks!”


She’s Pregnant So Let’s Get a Divorce

She’s Pregnant So Let’s Get a Divorce

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Status: Ongoing Type: Artist: , Released: 2023 Native Language: English
Read “She's Pregnant So Let's Get a Divorce” What’s better than a classic romance novel? How about a romance novel set in outer space? With the same tropes that you might recognize from contemporary romances, and set in a world that’s nothing like our own, romance takes everyone’s favorite genre to a whole new level.


Novel She's Pregnant So Let's Get a Divorce - After being secretly married for a year, Elias Winters brought his mistress home but was confronted by his wife, Amanda Bailey, who presented him with a positive pregnancy test. Falsely accusing her of infidelity, he vowed never to see her again. Four years later, Amanda returned to the country as a successful barrister, causing Elias to cling to her and beg for reconciliation. He even went as far as kneeling in the rain, seeking her forgiveness. However, Amanda remained unmoved. It was then that their child rushed out and asked about Elias. He was shocked because he had always believed that she had aborted the child. To his surprise, the little one standing before him was a spitting image of himself!


At the Winters Residence. "Elias, when are you coming home? I have something to tell you." A sweet smile appeared on Amanda Bailey's face while she looked at the two lines on the pregnancy test. The male voice on the other end of the call replied, "I'm already home. In the living room." "Really? I'll be right down." She hung up the call and rushed out of the room with the pregnancy test strip in hand, eager to tell the man the good news. She sprinted down the stairs but suddenly remembered her pregnancy and slowed down. Clutching the test strip in her hand, she wondered what Elias Winters' reaction would be once he heard the news. Yet, when Amanda was halfway down the stairs, she saw two figures in the living room—Elias and a sexy woman. Slowing down her steps, she held the handrail tightly and felt her heart sink. That was because she saw her husband and the woman behaving affectionately as though they were a smitten couple. The smile on Amanda's face froze, and her thoughts were a mess. Both her legs felt heavy as she slowly made her way down the stairs. "Elias—" As she finally made her way to the living room, she called him but was coldly interrupted. "She's pregnant, so let's get a divorce."
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She's Pregnant So Let's Get a Divorce

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Name of the Novel: 1 She's Pregnant So Let's Get a Divorce
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Genres: : 3 Romantic, Marriage, and Billionaire, CEO
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In conclusion “She's Pregnant So Let's Get a Divorce” is a touching and poignant novel worth reading. Love, grief, and healing are universal themes that may be related to by anybody who has experienced the agony of losing a loved one. This novel is a must-read for anybody who appreciates inspirational tales of hope and redemption because of its gorgeous setting and engaging characters. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves contemporary romance or women’s fiction.


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