You’r Gonna Miss Me When I’M Gone Chapter 266

You’r Gonna Miss Me When I’M Gone Chapter 266

 Chapter 266 Push Her Down

The expression of the two men in the car stiffened the moment they laid eyes on the person before them. They gritted their teeth.

“Fuck, why is this jinx here? Didn’t Noah hold him back?”


They were almost certain that he was after Calista. There was a flash of determination and ruthlessness

in his eyes.

“No matter how formidable he is, he’s still just a mortal. Right now, he’s outside the car, and we’re in the

car. If we can’t shake him off. let’s see who’ll win with flesh and blood against steel.”

He glanced at Calista, who had already fainted in the back seat.

‘Push her down when the time comes.

Failing the mission might result in a punishment, but if things escalated, his own life might be at stake. If

the boss‘ identity was exposedthe lives of his family might also be in Jeopardy.

The car passed by Liambrushing against his body. He didn’t want to take a life if he could help it. They

had hoped to escape while Liam was afraid and was busy evading them.

However, Liam wasn’t an ordinary person. Instead of evading, he deftly climbed into their car using the

side mirror

Climbing onto a moving car, stabilizing one’s body to avoid being flung off–this wasn’t something an ordinary person could do.

Even through the glass, one could see the muscles bulging and veins standing out

Sam’s arm

The man in the passenger seat exclaimed in excitement, “Drive faster, throw him off. At this speed, I don’t believe he can hold on to the side mirror without support point.”

Even a gecko couldn’t fucking do this.

He didn’t dare to open the window and break the side mirror. He was afraid that it would allow Liam to

pull him out.

Though it was a high–risk move, Liam was already clinging to the fast–moving car. There wasn’t much he

couldn’t do.

But his excitement only lasted for three seconds. Liam’s hand reached toward the windshield, holding a

small safety hammer.


“Push her down!”

The sound of shattering glass and the driver’s rough command resounded simultaneously.

But it was already too late. Relying on just one hand, Liam not only stabilized himself amidst the car’s swaying, but he also kicked open a large hole in the shattered windshield.

The man in the passenger seat had just leaned back to grab Calista when the cold tip of the safety hammer pressed against the aorta in his neck.

The door opened and fresh air rushed in. Calista was starting to regain some clarity, but her vision was

still hary. She could only hear voices indistinctly.

How is she?

I was a man’s voice, deep and resonant. She couldn’t discern his exact age, only that he was likely not


“she’s five, just a bit drugged I didn’t see any other injuries.”



It was entirely unfamiliar. But from the way he spoke, the felt the she’d

“It’s my negligence. I’ll accept the punishment.”

Liam had thought that with Lucian and Paul by her side, nothing could go wrong. However, he hadn’t expected that she would break free from them, taking the initiative to face danger. 1

Although she had people following her, those men. They were just too weak. The middle–aged man shook

his head.

‘Not like they’re weak. It’s just that their mastermind was too strong. Lucian didn’t lose her as well. But

still, this isn’t Capeton.”

Even a dragon would find it hard to control a snake in its old haunt. Although there were branches of Northwood Corporation in Apthon, Lucian wasn’t constantly taking charge here.

He couldn’t grasp control of things in such a short time.

The middle–aged man seemed to recall something. He couldn’t resist it and reached out to touch

Calista’s face.

“They look so alike–even their temperaments are alike. Lucian must’ve been diverted to another place.

Get him to come over here now…”

Just as he finished his sentence, Calista, who was still in a coma, suddenly lifted her hand and grabbed

onto him tightly.

But the man’s hand was huge and she couldn’t grab it swiftly. Under the drugged effect, it was even harder for her to use her strength. So instead, she pulled on the bracelet on his wrist.

The man frowned as he tried to pull his bracelet out of Calista’s grip. But she was holding onto it too firmly and she acted nothing like someone who had just got drugged.

The thread of the bracelet broke amidst the pulling. The brown beads all fell to the floor.

Liam took a call. He then said in a serious expression, “Lucian is already heading in our direction. We

have at most five minutes. We need to leave quickly.”

The call hadn’t even been made yet, but he was already on his way. It was faster than they had

anticipated. The middle–aged man nodded approvingly.

Liam bent down to help pick up the beads. Due to the rushed situation, there was no time to examine

them closely

at do we do with them?”

Take them away, have someone clean up the scene, leave no trace of us. This is just a couple of thugs looking to make a quick buck through kidnapping. Do you understand what you should do?”

Calista could hear their voices, but no matter how hard she tried, she couldn’t open her eyes. After great effort, she managed to open one eye, but all she saw were two blurry figures, overlapping each other.

Vaguely, she heard the sound of the car driving away, followed by silence.

Lying in the back seat, the night breeze blew against her, sending a chill through her body. Her groggy consciousness slowly started to clear.

She propped herself up with her hand against the door, and slowly opened her palm–inside laid a bead.

She had clenched it so tightly that her palm was imprinted with deep marks. Who were those men just


She couldn’t shake the feeling that she’d heard the tone of the young man’s voice somewhere before.

People could change their voices through practice and even alter them freely, but the tone was a matter of habit. If one paid very close attention, there would still be clues.

The jarring sound of brakes interrupted her thoughts. Calista strained to turn her head, looking through the car window to see Lucian stepping down from the car.

His face was stern, and his lips were tightly pressed together as he walked towards her…

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Status: Ongoing Type: Author: Artist: Released: 11/30/2023 Native Language: English
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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
Ratings: 9.9 (Very Good)
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