The Whole World Seems To Be Falling For My Wife
img img The Whole World Seems To Be Falling For My Wife img Chapter 1 Adopted
Chapter 9 The Imitation img
Chapter 10 Vincent Geoffrey img
Chapter 11 Anthony img
Chapter 12 The Trap img
Chapter 13 A Date img
Chapter 14 Jade Hotel img
Chapter 15 Did You See Everything img
Chapter 16 Confirming The Relationship img
Chapter 17 Yeez Entertainment img
Chapter 18 She Is My Elder Sister img
Chapter 19 Mia img
Chapter 20 The Best Actress Winner Was A Crazy Fan img
Chapter 21 A Misunderstanding img
Chapter 22 The Chief Director img
Chapter 23 At The Audition img
Chapter 24 The Director Is Very Upset img
Chapter 25 Vivian's Audition img
Chapter 26 How Long Do You Want Me To Wait img
Chapter 27 The Audition Of Maria img
Chapter 28 She Is Mia img
Chapter 29 Narcolepsy Attack img
Chapter 30 Christopher Carter img
Chapter 31 Interrogation img
Chapter 32 Ask For Help img
Chapter 33 Patricia Hughes img
Chapter 34 Invitation To The Party img
Chapter 35 Patricia's Ability img
Chapter 36 A Chat With Maria img
Chapter 37 Cooking For Julie img
Chapter 38 Haggle Over Every Ounce img
Chapter 39 The Truth And The Punishment img
Chapter 40 You Are All The Same img
Chapter 41 Attending The Banquet img
Chapter 42 Shut Up img
Chapter 43 Anthony Is Here img
Chapter 44 His Momentum img
Chapter 45 At The Banquet img
Chapter 46 Want To Be The Best Friend Of The Best Actress img
Chapter 47 A Ruthless Sister img
Chapter 48 Why Are You Here img
Chapter 49 Forgot The Lines img
Chapter 50 Aunt Patricia Is The Best img
Chapter 51 Invited The Top Master img
Chapter 52 The Age Of Master M img
Chapter 53 The Director img
Chapter 54 Maria's New Job img
Chapter 55 The Name List Of The Crew img
Chapter 56 I Apologize To You On My Elder Sister's Behalf img
Chapter 57 Please Forgive My Elder Sister img
Chapter 58 Please Show Jay Some Respect img
Chapter 59 Kindhearted Vivian img
Chapter 60 The Acting Chief Director img
Chapter 61 Ask Miss Jenkins img
Chapter 62 Taking The Helm img
Chapter 63 You Are All Wrong img
Chapter 64 The Senior img
Chapter 65 Where Is You Manners img
Chapter 66 She Is Just A Mouthpiece img
Chapter 67 Fire Maria img
Chapter 68 Hesitation img
Chapter 69 I'm Her Man img
Chapter 70 A Fan Of Original Work img
Chapter 71 The Tonic img
Chapter 72 The Tonic Is Not Expensive img
Chapter 73 Big Director img
Chapter 74 Put On Airs img
Chapter 75 I Will Throw You Out img
Chapter 76 No One Knows Mia Better Than Me img
Chapter 77 You Are Not Qualified img
Chapter 78 Visiting Day img
Chapter 79 The Lunch img
Chapter 80 Maria Is The Director img
Chapter 81 She Doesn't Owe The Jenkins Family Anything img
Chapter 82 A Special Dinner img
Chapter 83 Mandy Hayes img
Chapter 84 It Is Very Ordinary img
Chapter 85 Launch An Attack img
Chapter 86 It Was Built By Master M img
Chapter 87 She Is Master M img
Chapter 88 Family And Outsider img
Chapter 89 Game Fan img
Chapter 90 The Number One E-sports Player img
Chapter 91 Ignore Her img
Chapter 92 Send Tickets img
Chapter 93 He Was A Newbie Back Then img
Chapter 94 Don't Brag About It img
Chapter 95 She Had A VIP Ticket img
Chapter 96 Free Tickets img
Chapter 97 Wild Guess img
Chapter 98 A Bad-tempered Aunt img
Chapter 99 Sharp-tongued And Soft-hearted img
Chapter 100 The Jenkins Family's Reaction img
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The Whole World Seems To Be Falling For My Wife

Golda Curll
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Chapter 1 Adopted

A luxury BMW was parked at the end of an old street in a small town.

A girl in shabby jeans stood in front of the car door expressionlessly, clutching an equally shabby suitcase.

A middle-aged man was sitting in the driver's seat. He looked at the girl standing outside from the corner of his eyes and frowned, seeming dissatisfied with her shabby ensemble.

"Get in the car," he barked.

The girl didn't flinch despite the harshness in the man's voice.

She calmly opened the door and got in the back seat.

"I'm Bill Jenkins. From now on, you're going to be my daughter. Although we're not biologically related, I'll arrange for someone to train you. You'll become a decent Jenkins lady in no time."

As the man spoke, he started the car and zoomed out of the small town.

In the river-view villa, as soon as Maria Jenkins got out of the car, she saw a middle-aged woman standing at the gate.

Judging from the woman's uniform and demeanor, Maria guessed that she was a servant.

"Mr. Jenkins, Miss Jenkins, welcome back. Lunch is ready."

Bill turned to Maria and said, "Since you're new here, Lily will show you around. You have to behave once you step inside this house. Don't even think about bringing your old bad habits to the Jenkins family. Do you hear me?"

Maria nodded indifferently, still as expressionless as a porcelain doll.

"Come with me," Lily said flatly, turning around and entering the house.

Maria didn't say anything. She quietly picked up her old suitcase and followed Lily into the house.

Lily then showed Maria around as she was told to. As soon as they climbed the stairs to the third floor, Maria caught a glimpse of an expensive-looking piano through the crack of a half-open door.

Maria couldn't help but stop in her tracks to take a closer look.

Lily noticed her reaction. She rolled her eyes, thinking that Maria was nothing but a country bumpkin. "That's Miss Vivian's piano room. She's the apple of Mr. Jenkins' eye. She's talented, beautiful, and famous! In fact, she's a celebrity! Do you know what a celebrity is? Do you have TV in your village?"

As she talked about Vivian, Lily looked proud. She thought she could spike envy in Maria.

To her surprise, Maria didn't bat an eyelash. In fact, she looked a little impatient.

"Where is my room?" she asked indifferently.

Lily pulled a long face and begrudgingly led Maria to the guest room on the first floor. The room was quite small, with only a single bed in the corner, a simple wardrobe, and a desk with a chair. There was no room for anything else.

"You'll be staying here," Lily said briskly.

Then she opened the door to the bathroom next to Maria's bedroom and asked, "Do you know how to use the shower?"

Maria didn't want to waste her breath with the arrogant servant, so she just nodded wordlessly.

Seeing that Maria didn't say a word, Lily sneered in exasperation. "Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins live on the second floor while Miss Vivian lives on the third floor. You'll stay here on the first floor. Don't go wandering around, or else you might get lost."

Her tone was harsh. Obviously, she was prejudiced against "country bumpkins" like Maria.

"Okay," Maria replied in her usual indifferent tone.

"Anyway, just stay in your room. I'll call you at meal times. And try not to make any noise. I live next to you and I haven't slept well recently. I'd hate to be woken up in the middle of the night!"

After saying that, Lily turned around and stormed off arrogantly.

Finally left to her own devices, Maria locked the door and proceeded to unpack her things.

She pulled out an old laptop and set it on the desk.

As soon as she turned it on, a chat box popped up.

"Master M, still open for business?"