I Quit Mr. Shaffer Chapter 38

I Quit Mr. Shaffer Chapter 38

Chapter 38


Isabella was slammed into the table lamp, and the

medicine almost flew out of her hand. After that fit

Seth threwhe started breathing heavily like a

drowning person gasping for air.

She closed her eyes as she restrained her fury and

looked at Dariel. “Help me.”

Dariel wanted to ask how, but Isabella had put the

medicine on the nightstand. She then went onto the bed and sat astride Seth.

Damn, Even a veteran like Seth was howling in his

mind. Selena, the bumpkin, was rooted at the

doorway, too scared to move.


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Aggravated by Isabella’s actions, Seth struggled

and tried to hit her. Dariel was a dependable man

in these circumstances. Before Seth could land a

blow on her, Dariel hastily rushed over and pinned

his hands down.


She heaved a sigh of relief and gave Dariel a

contorted smile. “Thanks.” However, by the time she

turned around, her face was deadpan. She

grabbed the medicine, leaned down, and pried

open Seth’s mouth by force.

Seth’s mind cleared for a moment. So, he hissed in

fury, “I–Isabella!”

She felt a chill run down her spine. She regretted

doing this impulsively, but then she thought it was


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gratifying to get back at Seth like this. Although she

felt conflicted, she didn’t hesitate the least bit. Once

she shoved the medicine into Seth’s mouth, she

ensured he chugged the water down, not caring if

her rough actions would choke him.

Seth was forced on his back in the first place. Thus,

even though she was pouring water down his

throat slowly… It would still be hard for him to

swallow, let alone chug it all down. Therefore, it was

to no one’s surprise that he started coughing


She pressed down on his mouth. She told Dariel it

was to stop the pill from getting coughed back up,

but she really just wanted to use this opportunity to

torture Seth.

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Of course, Dariel knew that. Yet, he said nothing

about it. He truly didn’t care that the methods to


ensure Seth’s life were extreme as long as the man

survived the ordeal. He did so many stupid things,

so he deserves this.

Eventually, Seth swallowed the pill, but Isabella

didn’t get off of him right away. In all honesty, she

felt tired after working so hard.

The club’s doctor was dragged to the room only to

be met with something that shocked him to the

core. “Um…”

“Don’t worry. He’ll live.” Isabella moved away from

Seth and gave the doctor a polite smile.

The doctor looked at the unconscious Seth and

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quickly went to him, holding his medical kit. “The

allergic reaction’s not obvious. What kind of pill did

you give him?”

“Apainos,” said Isabella.

The doctor heaved a sigh of relief. “Then, it should.

be fine. Apainos is a rare drug. It’s more than

enough to cure this level of allergic reaction.”

“You sure he’s fine?” Dariel was concerned as he

shot a look at Isabella. “Sure he doesn’t need to be


Evil doesn’t go down that easily. Great evil like him

won’t be killed by some measly mango juice.

“He should wake in a few moments,” estimated the

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doctor. In other words, Seth didn’t have to be


Dariel held down his belt and heaved a sigh of

relief. “We’ll wait, then.” He waved and asked

everyone to take a seat in the lounge.


Isabella wanted to escape, but she found no

openings. She was worried Seth might come after

her after he woke up.


Once things had settled down, Dariel took a seat on

the settee and sized Selena up. “How did it happen?

It was just a bit of drinking.”

Selena was on the edge of the settee. Her hands

were clasped together, and she kept shaking her

head. “I have no idea. He said he wanted

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something to drink, so I made one.”


Isabella picked up the empty glass on the coffee

table and held it under her nose. She tasted a slight

mango scent..“Concentrated mango juice.” She

looked at Selena solemnly.

Selena stared at her as she cried, “What’s wrong?”

Isabella put the glass down. “I thought I-”

Before she could finish her sentence, a moan came

from the bedroom. The doctor hurried back, and

everyone followed him.

Seth looked green, but he managed to push

himself up, though barely. He was leaning against

the back of the bed with his collar open wide and



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was breathing heavily. When he saw Isabella, he

shot her an icy look. Coldly, he said, “What did you

do to me?” 

Isabella wanted to roll her eyes. What did I do to

you? I saved your life.

Dariel clicked his tongue. “Have some conscience.

She loves you so much that she has even brought

your meds everywhere she goes. You’d have died if

that wasn’t the case.”

Isabella glared at Dariel. “Dariel!” I do not love him!

Keeping the meds on me at all times is just a habit I

got from my old job. I just forgot to throw it away!

Seth coughed violently, and he glanced at Isabella

before harrumphing arrogantly. “So, I should thank

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you, then?” 

“There’s no need for that.” Isabella raised her chin

as she said nonchalantly, “Just keep an eye out

next time, and don’t take anything that has mango

in it.” I hope I’m not there if this happens again. In

fact, I hope he drinks more of the juice and dies,

Isabella cursed silently.

Seth wasn’t looking too happy, either. He was

staring at Isabella. His throat was still prickly from

her chugging the water down his mouth.

Just as the atmosphere was getting awkward, it

was interrupted by a sob. Selena was at the

doorway, crying. “I’m sorry. This is my fault. I had no

idea you were allergic to mangoes, Mr. Shaffer.”



I Quit, Mr. Shaffer (Isabella Symons )

I Quit, Mr. Shaffer (Isabella Symons )

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Status: Ongoing Type: Author: Artist: Released: 12/20/2023 Native Language: English
"I Quit, Mr. Shaffer" by Isabella Symons is a compelling novel that explores the complexities of modern life, relationships, and self-discovery. Symons weaves a thought-provoking narrative, delving into the emotional intricacies of a character's decision to resign and the ensuing journey of personal transformation.  

I Quit, Mr. Shaffer (Isabella Symons )


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Title: I Quit, Mr. Shaffer (Isabella Symons )
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Genre: Romance, Billionaire
Language: English
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Chapter 1 Mistress for Five Years
Isabella Symons frowned as she awoke from a restless dream and turned over uncomfortably. As she moved, she suddenly realized there was someone else beside her. She clenched her teeth and reached for the bedside lamp, which, when turned on, caused the man next to her to exhale in frustration.
The dim light revealed the man's naked back, casting intriguing shadows on his well-defined profile.
She got out of bed and tiptoed to the closer to change clothes before returning to the bed. She touched the man's back and said, "Mr. Shaffer, it's 6.06AM. You have a meeting at 7.30AM."
I Quit, Mr. Shaffer" by Isabella Symons is a compelling narrative that delves into the life-altering decision of the protagonist, exploring themes of self-discovery, resilience, and the pursuit of personal fulfillment. The story revolves around a character named Mr. Shaffer, who decides to quit something significant in his life, sparking a journey of introspection and transformation. Isabella Symons skillfully weaves a tale that not only captures the complexities of Mr. Shaffer's emotional landscape but also resonates with universal themes of human experience. The narrative unfolds as Mr. Shaffer confronts the challenges and uncertainties associated with his decision, taking readers on a poignant exploration of the human psyche. The title, "I Quit, Mr. Shaffer," sets the tone for a narrative that goes beyond a mere resignation. It becomes a powerful statement of reclaiming agency and embracing change. As Mr. Shaffer grapples with the consequences of his choice, readers are invited to reflect on their own lives, pondering the significance of decisions that shape one's destiny. Symons employs evocative language and nuanced storytelling to convey the emotional depth of the protagonist's journey. The reader is drawn into Mr. Shaffer's world, experiencing the highs and lows of his quest for meaning. The narrative unfolds with a sense of suspense and revelation, keeping the audience engaged until the final resolution. In essence, "I Quit, Mr. Shaffer" is a captivating exploration of the human condition, skillfully crafted to resonate with readers on a personal level. Isabella Symons invites us to contemplate the courage it takes to confront one's own choices and the transformative power that lies in embracing the unknown.


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