You’r Gonna Miss Me When I’M Gone Chapter 104

You’r Gonna Miss Me When I’M Gone Chapter 104

Chapter 104 Have You Ever Liked Me 

The knocking sounded urgent, and the sound was deafening. It was so loud that it probably disturbed not only her neighbors but also others who lived a floor above and below.

Calista rolled out of bed and quickly walked to the door. She pulled the door open exasperatedly.

Outside, Nikolette was completely covered, so even her mother probably wouldn’t recognize her.

What do you want?” Calista asked.

She had been wondering how Nikolette had managed to get in, but now, she understood. Nikolette wore a janitor’s uniform, and even Calista could barely recognize her.

She had underestimated her indeed.

“Sis, can you ask Lucian for help? Those people are being unreasonable. They found some random videos and posted them online.”

She tried to push past Calista’s door and enter, but after several attempts, she gave up.

Calista waited for her to finish speaking before responding slowly, “Why do you think I would help you? I think I’m kind enough to do nothing, given our current relationship. Do you expect me to rescue you? When you betrayed me, it must have been enjoyable watching me suffer, right?”

Nikolette either didn’t grasp the point or was playing dumb.

She thought briefly before gritting her teeth and asking, “Did you release those videos?”

Calista raised an eyebrow but didn’t answer.

“Tell me, was it you? It must have been you. No one hates me as much as you do.”

Calista chuckled, “You’re quite confident in yourself, right? I bet even the people you bullied in those videos want to see you suffer.”

You bitch!”

Nikolette lunged at her, barring her teeth and nails. Calista acted quicklyraising her hand and slamming the door shut.

Nikolette crashed into the doorand her nails scratched the door instead of Calista’s face.


“If you make one more sound, I’ll have the entire building come out and see the trending celebrity

online these past few days,” Calista threatened.

Nikolette reluctantly covered her face with her mask and hat. She glanced around to ensure no

one was coming and said through gritted teeth, “Calista, you’re ruthless!

The atmosphere at the Northwood Corporation had been tense these past few days.

Everyone wore a solemn expression and spoke softly. All because their president, Lucian

Northwood, was in a bad mood.

Anyone who had entered his office the past few days had come out drenched in cold sweat and


He wouldn’t even yell at them. All he did was look at them coldly. His gaze made people feel

utterly worthless. His presence alone can make it hard to breathe.

David held the newly framed painting and stood at the door. After a few deep breaths, he knocked

on the door. Beside him was Lily.

She came to give Lucian the contract for the sponsorship. Although he had verbally agreed to

sponsor, he had not signed the contract yet.

Lily looked at the painting in his hand, and her face turned cold.

David politely said, “Miss Scott, please wait outside for a moment. I’ll inform him you’re here.”

Lily nodded and replied, “Alright, thank you, Mr. Brown.”

David pushed open the door, and Lucian was busy with paperwork, his brows furrowed with a

frown. He was unhappy with what he read.

He placed the painting on his desk and asked, “Mr. Northwood, the painting has been framed.

Would you like me to hang it up for you?”

He hadn’t expected Lucian to put so much attention on this eerie painting. He even had it reframed by the best in the industry.

“No need,” Lucian repliedputting the painting in a drawer.

“Who is waiting outside?”


“Miss Scott is here with the contract,” David answered.

Someone else could have handled such a minor issue. But David dared not decide due to Lily’s position.

Lucian remained silent for a few seconds and said, “Let her in.”

Once Lily entered, she placed the contract on the desk and spoke professionally.

“Mr. Northwood, please review it and let me know if any changes are needed.”

Queenie had told her not to cling to him and to maintain some distance.

However, she couldn’t be out of sight and needed to show vulnerability at the right moments, all

without appearing too cheap or having any ulterior motives.

This was especially true with someone like Lucian, who did not lack women.

Lily contemplated how to display her vulnerability when Lucian suddenly asked, “Calista said that we set her up together to pick on her. What’s that all about?”

Lily straightened her back at his words.

“Shouldn’t you be asking Calista about that? After all, she was the one that said it. She would know what it means.”

She wasn’t sure if Calista had talked to Lucian about this matter or how much she had said. Pushing the issue away seemed like the best approach.

Lucian looked at her, his gaze devoid of tenderness and his eyes sharp like a hawk. Lily couldn’t avoid his intense scrutiny.

From the moment she entered, her mind was like a tightly wound string, and she immediately ignored Queenie’s warnings.

She asked, “So, are you questioning me on her behalf now? Do you think I would do something like


“I’m not questioning you. I’m just asking you, and if you’re not going to tell me…”

He trailed off and furrowed his brows. There was a glimmer of hope in Lily’s eyes.

But he quickly continued, It might not be easy to investigate even though it’s three years, but I’m



The spark in her eyes during his silence disappeared.

“Would you believe me if I said I didn’t do it? No. You’ll still go on with the investigation. You’re only asking me now to make sure I have no excuses in the future.”

She smirked self–deprecatingly and added, “You know me well. I’m proud and dignified. So you won’t bother with my explanation today if your investigation differs from what I said.”

The office fell into complete silence. She waited for Lucian to speak, but he merely opened the document she had brought and glanced at the clauses.

He finally signed his name at the end after ensuring there wasn’t an issue.

Unable to resist a sarcastic comment, Lily asked, “What? Are you afraid I’ll trick you?”

Lucian replied, “You can deal with the manager from the Investment Department for the

remaining matters. I’ll have David give you his business card later.”

Did this mean he didn’t want to see her anymore? His annoyance toward her must have been

building up for quite some time for him to cut all ties.

Lily’s voice was faint, almost a murmur, as she asked, “Lucian, have you ever liked me? Back then

or now?”

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You’r Gonna Miss Me When I’M Gone By Cora Smith



The day Calista Everhart gets divorced, her divorce papers end up splashed online, becoming hot news in seconds. The reason for divorce was highlighted in red: "Husband impotent, leading to an inability to fulfill wife's essential needs." That very night, her husband, Lucian Northwood, apprehends her in the stairwell. He voice was low as he told her, "Let me prove that I'm not at all impotent …"  

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Title: You’r Gonna Miss Me When I’M Gone By Cora Smith
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