You’r Gonna Miss Me When I’M Gone Chapter 26

You’r Gonna Miss Me When I’M Gone Chapter 26

Chapter 26 It’s Annoying When Men Keep Festering

Calista was unbothered by Lucian’s threat

She only knew that she would never share the same car as him, even if she had return

Everglade Manor right now.

She went there by cab. The two of them arrived at the same time

Calista ignored him. She snorted and entered the maner first

Sally was elated upon her return “Madam, you’re finally back! Mr. Northwood was uns is

days because you weren’t around. I didn’t dare to make a noise when i was deamng fire house

On top of Calista’s approachable demeanor, Sally was personally hired by Casta

She was comfortable with Calista around as she began grumbling, is common for crugies to

have disagreements. Mr. Northwood cares for you-

Calista didn’t want to hear any good words about Lucian, so she questioned. “Sally, does tour

husband eat whatever you order?*

Sally couldn’t understand why Calista asked that Sally answered honestly Yeates A HÁNY

eater. He eats whatever I buy and make ”

Calista changed her shoes and walked into the living room, sayang melitecade Remy husband

never eats what I buy, let alone the food I make ”

Words failed Sally when she heard that She sneaked a peek at the man by the fo

Lucian’s expression was dark, and his lips were pursed. The au around him was tome

Calista headed upstairs and entered the bedroom. The tamsitar are her

It was possible that Lucian didn’t return to the manor this whole time

The arrangement of the decorations was the same as before Beber tearso

were still there.

It was an impromptu decision, so she didn’t take anything with her back then

There were two 20–inch suitcases at bouse Even the led them the

more than half full


She took only the ones she bought herself, leaving the clothes Lucian bought her.

Previously, he would buy the latest seasonal collections from big brands. These were items that

ordinary people might not even have the opportunity to buy in their lifetime.

Even if she were to wear a different outfit every day, they could last her for two whole years.

Lucian never reciprocated Calista’s feelings, but he treated her well in terms of material matters.

It was to the extent that it was the origin of her delusion that he might like her.

He entered the room when she was stuffing the suitcases.

Frustration bubbled in him as his expression darkened. “Why do you have to cause a ruckus just

because I didn’t eat the food you bought? It’s such a trivial matter.”

Calista placed the folded clothes into the suitcase. She stood up and met his eyes. “You think it’s


He frowned impatiently. “I thought both of us were fine with that.”

It was Selena’s idea to have Calista work at Northwood Corporation as his personal assistant. He

did as Selena told him, but that didn’t mean that he must eat the food Calista bought.

He told her that she could apply for other departments if she wanted to. But she didn’t.

Since she lacked the passion to build her career and was satisfied with the easy job, he had 

nothing to say. All he did was take her as an idle employee.

Calista almost burst into laughter at his confident attitude. She wished she could pry his head

open to see what he had on his mind.

Yeah. We were fine with that, so I want a divorce now. This was the agreement.” She wasn’t in the

mood to organize the clothes.

She thrust the pile of clothes into the suitcases and zipped them“I’ll take the rest tomorrow. We

can divorce on Monday. Let’s straighten things out as soon as possible.”

Lucian’s patience ran out when she said that. When she bypassed him with the suitcaseshe

pulled her wrist to pin her onto the couch

He took out his phone for her. Order it


Her brow knitted. She didn’t know what he was trying to do with that.

He continued, “You heard the doctor today. Mom won’t be able to handle the news of our divorce.

You’re throwing a tantrum because I didn’t eat your food, right? 1

Order some food right now, and I’ll eat it. Do not bring up the divorce again. At least until Mom


The crease between her brows didn’t smoothen. She thought that he was doing this on purpose.

The root of the problem was never about the food or her antics

He was clearly aware of the biggest issue of the marriage. Yet, he avoided the main problem and

deliberately misinterpreted her words.

She stared right into his eyes. “Keeping it a secret is my biggest concession. I won’t let her find out about the divorce. I can play along with it if we need to put on a show. I’ll be on call 24/7.”

She was trying everything she could to persuade Lucian. After the divorce, he wouldn’t be able to

intervene in her life if she couldn’t do as she promised.

He was on the verge of losing himself. She decided to bite the bullet and drop the bomb. “Lucian Northwood, it’s annoying when men keep pestering.”

She knew him all too well. Lucian grew up in a prestigious family at the top of society, where

people highly regarded him.

How could he possibly tolerate such humiliation?

“Pestering?” Ominous intent seeped into his voice. He was agitated, as Calista had expected.

He scoffed and sneered. “Do you think you’re worth me doing that?”

Lucian straightened his back, staring at her. “The lawyer will contact you about the details for the divorce tomorrow. Leave this house at this instant.” @

She quickly rose from the couch and carried the suitcases with her.

She ran out with all her mightfearing that he would take his word back. “I’ll pack up the rest 


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

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

Score 9.9
Status: Ongoing Type: Author: Artist: Released: 11/30/2023 Native Language: English
"You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone" by Cora Smith is a poignant novel that explores the complexities of love, loss, and self-discovery. The story follows characters grappling with the inevitable departure of a loved one, delving into themes of resilience and the enduring impact of relationships.

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
Ratings: 9.9 (Very Good)
Genre: Romance, Billionaire
Language: English

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

"It's Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone" by Cora Smith is a captivating novel that delves into the complexities of human relationships, self-discovery, and the inevitable passage of time. The narrative unfolds around the protagonist, exploring her journey through life's highs and lows. Cora Smith skillfully weaves a tale that spans different periods of the protagonist's life, creating a rich tapestry of experiences and emotions. The title itself hints at a sense of departure, suggesting that the protagonist's absence will leave a void in the lives of those around her. This theme of departure becomes a central motif, as the novel explores the impact of choices made and the repercussions on both personal and interpersonal levels. The characters in the novel are vividly portrayed, each with their unique personalities and struggles. The author masterfully explores the intricacies of human connections, illustrating the fragility of bonds and the resilience of the human spirit. Through the protagonist's journey, readers are taken on a poignant exploration of love, loss, and the bittersweet nostalgia that accompanies the passage of time. Cora Smith's writing style is evocative, drawing readers into the emotional landscapes of the characters. The novel invites reflection on the transient nature of life and the inevitability of change. "It's Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone" is a poignant exploration of the human condition, leaving readers with a lingering sense of introspection and a profound appreciation for the intricacies of the human experience.


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