Capturing the Millionaire’s Heart on Divorce Day Chapter 78

Capturing the Millionaire’s Heart on Divorce Day Chapter 78

Chapter 0078 

Late into the night. 

In the secluded space of the bar’s private room, Jessica made an unexpected entrance, pointing accusingly at the man in the corner puffing on his cigarette: “What have you done? My idol-why is she packing up to leave?!” 

Ethan slowly lifted his gaze, a tumultuous light swirling within his eyes as scenes of his time with Madison involuntarily flooded his thoughts. 

She was gentle, yet brave enough not to rely entirely on a man. 

So, she really left. 

Madison, carrying her luggage in the dead of night, departed from Ethan’s abode, leaving behind the deed to the house he had gifted her 

as well. 

She left as she had arrived, taking nothing more than she brought, not a single superfluous item. 

Walking away aimlessly into the night, she eventually found herself on the bustling streets of Slandon Harbor-a capital city that never slept, where the drunk and the merry congregated at this hour. 


The surprised call made her turn her head. 

Lucas, staggering from a night of heavy drinking, eyed her up and down before sneering, “It really is you. What happened-you got 

kicked out?” 


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Facing Lucas’s mockery, Madison remained undisturbed, attempting to walk away, but he blocked her path, his tone bitter with resentment: “You deserve this! How could someone like you ever be happy? Wherever you go, you’re like a dog without a home! Let me tell you, Madison, without me, Lucas, you’re nothing! You thought you could cling to a rich man, but look at you now, like a stray dog on the streets! 


Madison’s grip relaxed, and her black suitcase stood firm on the ground. 

Under the neon night, her eyes were tranquil, even holding a barely detectable fierce resolve. 


His face was smug with triumph, “What, you’re going to beg me to take you in?” 


A slap! 


A punch! 


r thrown a punch before, but this was a first! 

instantly with bloodshot rage, cold and terrifying. 

ared, Lucas took Madison’s fist square on the nose, sing to the ground, immobilized. 

eizing the opportunity, Madison’s boots rained down on his face. 

Passersby gawked, covering their mouths in shock, choosing to 

steer clear. 

What a badass woman! 


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Clad in a black leather jacket, black boots, and throwing punches. without a hint of hesitation! 

Only when Lucas’s face was bloodied did Madison stop, taking out her phone to call the police. 

“Don’t you run!” Lucas groaned in pain. 

Madison, perched on her suitcase with legs stretched out, just finished the call and scoffed, “You think I’m like you? Careless in my 


“Remember this, Lucas, if you dare attack me again with such 

impunity, I’ll knock out your teeth. I’m curious to see whether you’d replace them faster or I’d knock them out quicker.” 

In that moment, Madison seemed to have shed her gentle facade completely. 

No, it wasn’t a facade. 

Her kindness would only lead to her downfall, leaving her vulnerable 

to abuse. 

ook at Lucas-she knocked out one tooth and he no longer 

to speak out of turn. 

The sound of sirens approached. 

Madison kicked away the tooth Lucas had spat out, standing tall, Next time you see me, remember to hide your teeth, don’t bare them. thoughtlessly.” 

“Who called the police?” 

“I did.” 

The officers were baffled, “You… you’re the one who beat him?” 

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Madison picked up her suitcase, her demeanor calm, “Yes, let’s go.” 

The world seemed surreal. 

So much so that when both were brought back to the police station, the officer taking their statements was utterly confused. 

He turned to Lucas, his face swollen and missing a tooth, “As her ex- husband, why would you speak so crudely?” 

“What does being an ex-husband have to do with it? She needs to be 

scolded!” Lucas was still drunk. 

A chilly gaze floated his way. 

That chill sobered Lucas up for a moment. 

Madison was looking at him, almost smiling, as if daring him, “Go on, say it again if you dare.” 

Lucas didn’t dare. 

He really didn’t. 

Only after being hit did he understand-Madison could strike with such feroci 

together, you acted all meek and gentle, the picture 

and mother. And now this? You even hid your job from 


e officers were dumbfounded. 

Sue for what? 

Lucas, fueled by alcohol, blustered, “I’ll sue you for marriage fraud!” 

Everyone: ” 

The officers had heard enough, “Alright, alright.” 


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“Miss Clark, do you have a friend you can call to pick you up?” 

Madison paused, friend? 


Jessica was Ethan’s sister, it was too late to trouble her. 

As for other colleagues, they all had flights in a couple of days; rest was crucial. 

“Do I have to be picked up?” 

“What pickup?” Lucas shouted, “You knocked out my tooth, you owe 



The only bank card in her pocket was tossed by Madison in front of Lucas, “Is that enough? I think it’s too much, maybe you give me a few teeth back?” 

A policewoman quickly stepped in, Ma’am, please calm down. If you strike again, that would be wrong.” 

Madison was only bluffing, not truly bereft of reason. 

Lucas dared not continue his tirade. 


The door swung open, and the officers were startled before quickly. saying, “President Grant.” 

At that title, Madison turned sharply. 

Even Lucas looked over, his eyes widening in shock, “Mistress! Officers, he’s the man my ex-wife was having an affair with! He broke up my marriage, arrest him!” 


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How can the world harbor such vile beings? 

Ethan’s arrival was unexpected by all. 

He had been drinking all evening, more intoxicated than Lucas, a cigarette still smoldering as he entered. 

The bloodstains on his white shirt, he strode forward in gleaming shoes, making his way toward Lucas. 

Lucas instinctively backed away. 

But Ethan’s reach was longer, his arm casually draping over Lucas’s shoulder as if they were old chums, leading him outside. 

Ethan glanced back, his eyes sweeping over Madison’s face. 

Then he said to the officers, “She’s with me; I’ll take her too.” 

The officers didn’t dare question, “Okay, okay, go ahead!” 

In the corridor. 

Madison trailed behind, watching as Ethan escorted Lucas out of the 


und his shoulder! 

on.” William hurried over, taking her suitcase from 

eaded to different vehicles; William escorted her to Ethan’s 

onal car. 

Captain Madison, we’ll wait just a moment, okay?” William took the wheel, parking discreetly by the roadside. 

The car ahead of them also stopped with its hazards on. 

“Ethan…” Madison began, instinctively. 


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In the shadowed stretch of road ahead, there was no streetlight. 

Ethan stepped out first, then pulled a stumbling Lucas out after him. 

And then, a kick! 

Lucas was struck on the knee, crumpling to the ground in a debased 


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Capturing the Millionaire’s Heart on Divorce Day

Capturing the Millionaire’s Heart on Divorce Day

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Capturing the Millionaire's Heart on Divorce Day" After two years of fruitless devotion, Madison is callously dismissed by her now ex-lover, with a pitiful plea for her to 'do him a favor.' On the very day of her divorce, she unexpectedly ties the knot with the world's richest man, Ethan Grant. Her dramatic shift from an ordinary woman to an affluent matriarch, from a homemaker to a top-tier aviator, leaves the world in shock..
Capturing the Millionaire's Heart on Divorce Day
 Her ex-lover, filled with regret, attempts to make amends, only to find himself financially crippled by the wealthy Mr. Grant. When reporters inquired, "How do you feel about marrying a 'second-hand woman'?" Ethan's response was the talk of the town. "Firstly," he stated, "my wife is the only woman captain in domestic civil aviation and the youngest and most outstanding woman captain globally. Secondly, it is me who is unworthy of her." At that moment, someone shouted, "President Grant, your wife just landed with a passenger plane to pick you up!" The tycoon, holding his daughter, immediately dashed towards the rendezvous, exclaiming, "Let's go find Mommy!"


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