You’r Gonna Miss Me When I’M Gone Chapter 315

You’r Gonna Miss Me When I’M Gone Chapter 315

Chapter 3151 Am Just His Ex–wife

The rooms in the manor were for guests to stay over. They were not as soundproofed as hotels. The sudden scream startled the guests downstairs.

The tightly closed room door was abruptly pulled open, and a disheveled man with hickeys covering his

neck rushed out.

The buttons on his shirt were undone, and his collar was wide open, leaving his chest completely


The man stood barefoot on the carpet, shouting at the top of his lungs, “Security, where is the security?

Where the hell are they? Get up here quickly, you bunch of losers!”

Reporters who were lurking nearby heard the commotion and rushed out from various corners, pointing

their cameras at him and snapping photos.

He was blinded by the flashlights. Fearing the humiliation, he quickly raised his hands to cover his face.

“Why are you taking pictures? Damn it! I’ll sue you for infringement of the right to my photos!”

“Diego, we heard that you brought your girlfriend to meet your parents today. Are you getting married?”

“A while ago, some netizens saw you accompanying a young woman to the gynecologist’s office. Are you

getting married because she’s pregnant?”

Diego was a rising star who had recently gained fame thanks to a popular TV series.

The reporters were frothing over him. One reporter even took advantage of the distraction to sneak into

the room, hoping to get exclusive news.

But as soon as she entered, she saw Diego standing in front of the wardrobe. He had one hand on the

door and one foot inside the wardrobe. He was about to hide inside.

She and Diego stared at each other for a moment, and then she suddenly shouted at the top of her lungs,

Diegel Diego is in the room!”

outside were stunned, and privacy was the last thing on their minds as they rushed inside

hands away from the face of the m

must have had a wild night! His

Leopold wasn’t a public figure, but his stage name was well–known, and some reporters recognized him.

Leopold, are you and Diego dating?”

Having already lost his composure, Leopold wiped his face vigorously with the back of his hand and said

with disdain, “Couple my ass! That guy barged into my room in the dark and practically pounced on me

like a pig, kissing and groping all over me. He slobbered all over me and dared to say my chest is flat!”

the Jacquez family

At that time, he wasn’t much surprised by it. He assumed it was one of the activities the

arranged for their guests.

He even applauded their initiative. No wonder they had such connections and influence over Apthon.

Then he heard the person lying on top of him regretfully saying, “You’re good–looking, but your chest is a bit flat. If you take care of me, I’ll pay you to get a boob job.“, 1

He was in the middle of a passionate kiss when he was suddenly interrupted by these words. He immediately sobered up from the alcohol–induced haze. What the hell? It was a man.

Being pinned down by a man was undoubtedly the most embarrassing thing he had experienced in all his years in the dating scene.

“I’m calling the police.”

With the commotion, a crowd had gathered outside the door, and Vivian was among them. She couldn’t believe her eyes as she looked at the man who was covered in hickeys and was demanding the police.

She also heard Diego’s roar coming from inside the room, and her mind was in chaos. There shouldn’t be another man in the room.

She turned her head and scanned the crowd for a moment, immediately spotting Calista standing not far away Vivian pushed her way through the crowd.

She could no longer contain herself as she raised her voice, “What are you doing here? Aren’t you…

Diego was her third uncle, Martin Jacquez’s youngest son. Martin was also her grandmother’s favorite.

Although the Jacquez family forbade anyone from their family from entering the entertainment industry

was the exception.

manage to become a celebrity but he also rose to fame with the support of the

It would have been acceptable if Diego was caught with a woman. Everyone in their family knew he was a womanizer. Besides, he had even been caught in an orgy. But it had to be a man.

Diego might be a scoundrel, but his sexual orientation was not in question. As Vivian was about to slip up. she stopped herself. Her lips were pursed as she looked at Calista. Calista smiled.

“What? Should I be the one in Room 2018?”

Their eyes met, and Vivian couldn’t be sure if Calista’s question indicated that she knew something or if

she was trying to trick her.

She stared at Calista, trying to read her expression, but Calista maintained a polite smile. There was no sign of anything unusual. Vivian’s voice was tense.

“I just wanted to ask, aren’t you sobering up in the room? Why did you come out?”

“The noise was too loud, and it woke me up,‘ Calista replied lazily, looking towards the door of Room 1208 and sighing dramatically. “I didn’t expect that Diego was into this kind of man.”

“Claude, can you help me by getting rid of the reporters?”

She needed to convince Diego, that idiot, not to expose her before the Jacquez family sent someone to deal with this mess.

“I’m afraid that won’t work. I don’t have that much influence. You should know how persistent the media can be, especially those in the entertainment industry. They camp out day and night, and they’ve finally stumbled upon such a big scoop. What kind of authority do I have to make them leave obediently?” Calista said, unfazed.

“Aren’t you Lucian’s wife? The Northwood Corporation controls the entire media industry in Capeton. As long as you speak up, they will listen.”

Calista remained unbothered by her words.

Have you ever seen them show any respect to an ex–wife? If that’s the case, it would be more suitable for you to step in. After all, you’re his flancée, right?”

Vivian felt that Calista was deliberately provoking her.

Her face darkened as she explained, Although that’s the case, it hasn’t been made public yet.

ut calling the police, and the scene was getting out of hand

The thought that the Jacquez family was already on their way here gave her a headache. Her legs went

weak, and she almost stumbled.

Calista helped her up and said, “Don’t be nervous. This has nothing to do with you. If anyone were to

blame, it’d be Diego.”

“Isn’t he your idol? Aren’t you upset?”

“I’m a very open–minded fan. I respect everything about my idol’s sexual orientation.”

There was a ding from the elevator, and Vivian subconsciously turned her head to take a glance. Her eyes

shrunk when she saw who was the one leading the way. Why did he come?

She leaned weakly against the wall behind her, and her knees gave way this time.

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

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