You’r Gonna Miss Me When I’M Gone Chapter 296

You’r Gonna Miss Me When I’M Gone Chapter 296

Chapter 296 The Two Million Dollar Insurance Policy

After Cade left, the atmosphere in the private room quickly grew tense. Calista found herself unable to

look Lucian in the face.

It was humiliating for a man to not be able to get it up, especially when discussed so casually in front of her, an outsider. Considering Lucian’s temper, he might take his frustrations out on her.

She was in turmoil. What did Cade mean by Lucian being unable to perform because she reacted far more intensely than a normal woman? He deserved it, right?

Also, how could Lucian not be able to get it up? He….

Cade had already mentioned that there was nothing physically wrong with Lucian; it was a psychological issue. It seemed she was the only one he couldn’t perform with.

Neither of them spoke. The air between them only grew more awkward.

Just as Calista was contemplating saying something to lighten the mood or leaving, Lucian’s cold voice.

shattered the suffocating silence.

“Let’s go. I’ll give you a ride.”


She had forgotten that she had driven to the dining bar until his car pulled out of the parking lot and passed the Luminary Lounge’s main entrance. She turned to look at Lucian.

Half of his face was shrouded in shadow, making it impossible to discern his emotions.

Calista had an inkling that he was not in a good mood right now. So, after a brief moment of hesitation, she swallowed her curiosity. Fearful of revealing her eagerness, she turned her face to the window.

Lucian stared expressionlessly at the road ahead. His countenance showed no visible signs of agitation

but his grip on the steering wheel noticeably tightened.

The veinsstretched taut on the back of his hands and the downturned corners of his lips betrayed his


He hadn’t wanted Callsta to find out about it. But now that the cat was out of the bag, he wasn’t as angry

as he thought he’d be.

even come up with ways to respond if she asked. However, she remained silent. She didn’t seem

to ask about it stall.

That left Lucian irritable. He could bear it at first. But as her apartment grew closer, the irritation became increasingly difficult to contain.

“Don’t you have anything you want to ask?”

Calista did want to ask him about it but she held back because she didn’t want to hurt his pride.

Since he had kept that secret for three years, he must’ve thought that it was a blow to his masculinity. It was understandable when she thought about it.

Growing up, he was a privileged boy who got everything he wanted on a silver platter. For him to suffer such a massive blow, it wouldn’t be out of the ordinary for it to lead to a psychological shadow.

But if she asked, she didn’t know where to begin.

“So, according to Cade, you can’t get it up with me. Have you tried getting it on with someone else? If this is a psychological problem, maybe it’s just an issue with a specific person. If you try it with someone else

Calista paused and swallowed her words. Lucian’s expression had turned grim. She thought he seemed

ready to explode.

Shame turned to anger. She was now certain that Lucian couldn’t get it up. Cade hadn’t made it up. She

licked her lips and sat up straight.

“You were the one who wanted me to ask. Don’t get frustrated with me.

“I haven’t tried that.” Lucian turned his attention back to the road ahead and said stiffly, “I can’t go all the


way for you. But for others, I can’t even get past the first step.”

*Have you considered going for men instead?” she blurted out.

The man suddenly hit the brakes, leaving skid marks on the road. The car that followed closely behind them had only narrowly avoided a rear–end collision. The driver yelled curses at them.

Lucian’s expression was so dark that he resembled the bottom of a worn pot.

He gritted his teeth and said, “I know my preferences better than you do.”

Calista had nothing to say to that. There was no way in hell she was going to test it out with him.

Even if this situation stemmed from their first time together, she was the victim. She had spent two days

the hospital afterward all because of him.

Ultimately, it all happened because of his lack of skill and his roughness.

Try medications then. The drugs that Mrs. Selena gave me are still in the kitchen at Everglade Manol. It

you need it…*

“Even if I take the medication, who am I supposed to do it with? You?” Lucian asked.

Calista sneered at him.

“Dream on.”


The man chuckled ambiguously and calmly restarted the car amid the incessant chorus of horns.

She gazed out the window and considered if she had known of this while they were still married, would

they have gotten that divorce?

Perhaps they would’ve done so. After all, giving up wasn’t something that happened overnight. The issues

between her and Lucian weren’t solely limited to this.

However, it wouldn’t have been as embarrassing as it is now. She then thought about Cade.

“Is Mr. Carter doing well with his girlfriend?” 

Considering Cade’s outspoken nature, he won the lottery of not having misunderstandings that took three years to clear up. Lucian turned to look at her and noticed the fleeting envy in her eyes.

The man became even more annoyed.

He pursed his lips and kept silent for a few seconds before speaking, “They’re doing fine. His girlfriend

tries to stab him every day.”

Calista was rendered speechless.

Cade just got himself a two–million–dollar insurance policy. Cameron is the beneficiary.”

She shot him a blank stare 

“She won’t get an insurance payout if she intentionally kills Cade.”

“Hell clean off the fingerprints on the murder weapon before he dies and leave only his own. No matter

how the cops try to look into it, it’ll look like he committed suicide.”

Calista felt numb. Sure enough, it was always the twisted who hung out with those who were equally as

  1. ed. It was no wonder she always felt out of place with Lucian. She simply wasn’t twisted enough.

Lucian found satisfaction in her shocked expression.

“Do you still think he’s good?”

She shook herself out of her stupor. Of course, the scumbag would toy with her. She glared at him with


“Not even your best friend is spared from your slander. You have no sense of shame.”

The car pulled up in front of her apartment building. Calista moved to open the door, showing no intention

of staying any longer.

Lucian grabbed her, the affection in his eyes was so strong that it seemed to overflow.


Calista cut him off.

usband with a

“No way. Don’t even think about it. Have you ever heard of an ex–wife helping her former husband

problem like this? Can this issue even be resolved just by doing it more often? Instead of wasting your

time thinking about it, you should replace the quack doctor that you’re seeing. He sure is feeding you a

bunch of horseshit.”

With that, she tugged her hand out of his grip and swiftly entered the lobby of the apartment building…

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"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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