Betrayal At The Altar By Dolores Delia Chapter 122

Betrayal At The Altar By Dolores Delia Chapter 122

Betrayal At The Altar By Dolores Delia Chapter 122

Rachel Grey could revive the Smith family with ease, given her capabilities. Similarly, she could also make the Smith family lose everything overnight

Back then, Rachel had resolutely chosen Louis Smith at the cost of cutting ties with the Johnson family. Mary Green had never understood what Rachel was after

Money? The value of assets of the Johnson family was roughly estimated to be in the tens of billions

Power? The Johnson family was at the pinnacle of the socioeconomic level in Seaxas. No other families could come close to them

So was Rachel after Louis Smith himself

But Louis was just a poor loser back then when the Smith family was facing bankruptcy

Rachel pursed her lips. After pondering for a long time, she said calmly, Let’s just take it that I owe him.” 

If Louis had not saved her by chance five years ago, Rachel Grey would have long disappeared from this world

This was the reason why she spared the Smith family

After hanging up the phone, Rachel informed Lucas Johnson to immediately remove the trending searches

Rachel let out a sigh. Before she could react, she felt her surroundings darken. In front of her was a dark figure

The man’s slender fingers grabbed her chin, and his welldefined face inched closer. His dark eyes were piercing. Tell me, is Louis Smith the reason why you refuse to marry me?” 

Rachel frowned slightly. There was an imperceptible coldness in her eyes. Is a scumbag worth me sacrificing all my youth for?” 

Hearing this, David Jones smiled meaningfully. Then why did you spare the Smith family?” 

Whether it was the Johnson family’s wealth or Rachel’s ability, there were many ways to ruin the Smith Group, but she chose to stay put. This made him curious about her reasons for doing so

It was not necessarily true that Rachel had deep feelings for the Smith family

Rachel’s lips curled up. Her usually cold demeanor instantly brightened. No one could resist her striking beauty. No one can stop me if I intend to acquire the Smith Group.” 

David had the utmost confidence in Rachel’s capabilities, for she was able to get the Smith Group back on track in just one year

However, Rachel did not answer his question

David did not question further since she didn’t want to talk about it

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It was never Louis who made David feel threatened, but the three years that Rachel had wasted on Louis

However, the fact that Rachel called Louis Smith a scumbagwas enough to show that she had completely let go of the past

In that case, the reason she was unwilling to lay her hands on the Smith family was not entirely because of Louis

Then why won’t you marry me?David repeated his question

Rachel looked at him and chuckled. I am of the opinion that there is a certain process to marriage.” 

Process?” 

That was a new perspective for David

From what he knew since he was young, he had to get what he liked. The process was not important; the outcome was

From meeting each other, to knowing each other, to loving each other, to living and being togetherThese processes seem simple, but we need time to get used to each other. I think the ideal love is sticking together in every difficult situation and tribulation.” 

This had always been the kind of love that Rachel yearned for

David observed her expression. He did not miss the yearning on her face when she was speaking. He felt that even the stars in the skies could not be compared to the beauty in her eyes

He pursed his lips and looked at Rachel warmly. I’ll do that if that’s what you want.

Betrayal At The Altar By Dolores Delia

Betrayal At The Altar By Dolores Delia

Status: Ongoing Artist: Released: 2023 Native Language: English
Title: Betrayal At The Altar By Dolores Delia- A Heartfelt Story of Love, Loss, and Redemption. "Betrayal At The Altar By Dolores Delia" is a touching and poignant novel by Vera Whitehead that explores the themes of love, loss, and healing. The story follows Zi, a young woman grieving the loss of her husband, as she drives across the breathtaking Irish countryside.   Synopsis Will you please continue with the wedding ceremony first? Other matters can wait for now." "Rachel Grey, you know very well that our marriage is just a trade. Being Mrs. Smith is all you want from me. So, stay out of my business." Her lips lifted into a mocking snicker, she had never thought that the three years she'd spent with him was just a trade in his eyes. They have been together for the past three years, spending most of their time together. She could forgo everything for him, falling out with her family and leaving them. All he had in return was he couldn't control his feeling for his old flame, Olivia Cruise. "Here is 200 thousand dollars. It should be enough for you to lead a stable life in the countryside." He said. Apparently, the past three years she spent with him were worth only 200 thousand dollars. He wouldn't have known that the 200 thousand dollars were nothing to her, actually he didn't even know who she really is. "Louis Smith, your family's wealth meant nothing to me, nor do I care about being Mrs. Smith. And I will not accept any form of apology and compensation from you. Remember this. There'll never be reconciliation between us. "Her face seemed laced with ice, and nothing was in her eyes except indifference and determination. As the wedding march played in the background, Rachel walked down the aisle in her white bridal gown toward Louis Smith, who is bearing a bouquet in his hand at the other end of the hall.   In conclusion, "Betrayal At The Altar By Dolores Delia" is a touching and poignant novel worth reading. Love, grief, and healing are universal themes that may be related to by anybody who has experienced the agony of losing a loved one. This novel is a must-read for anybody who appreciates inspirational tales of hope and redemption because of its gorgeous setting and engaging characters. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves contemporary romance or women's fiction.

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