Betrayal At The Altar By Dolores Delia Chapter 148

Betrayal At The Altar By Dolores Delia Chapter 148

Betrayal At The Altar By Dolores Delia Chapter 148

Don held a cigarette between his fingers as he watched Chief Brown walk past him with at dumbfounded expression

When he came back to his senses, he hurriedly chased after him. He did not forget to mutter selfrighteously, Chief Brown, this case is extraordinary. Perhaps we can take this opportunity to capture Vince, who has been wanted for three years. Now, I beg the higherups” 

As soon as he entered, he saw Chief Brown personally removing the handcuffs for Rachel. There was a look of pity between his brows, and his tone was apologetic. RacRae, I’m sorry, I’m late. I’ve let you suffer.” 

The interrogator was dumbfounded

Don, who was standing at the door, was speechless

One had the last name Brown, and the other had the last name Gray. How did they become uncle and niece

Chief Brown in front of him was indeed not Rachel’s uncle, but Lucas’s biological uncle

However, when she was young, Lucas often brought her in and out of Morris Brown’s family at will. After a while, the Brown family started acknowledging her and treating her like one of them

From then on, Rachel treated Morris Brown like her uncle, just as Lucas did

To others, it was a great thing to be related to the Brown family

However, to the Brown family, it was a great honor for Rachel to be willing to acknowledge them

It was because Rachel was the apple of Old Mr. Johnson’s and the entire Johnson family’s 


Rachel moved her wrist and looked at Morris with a smile. Did Lucas look for you?” 

Upon hearing this, Morris’s expression changed drastically. An imperceptible panic flashed across his eyes. What! Lucas knows that you’re locked up here?” 

If Lucas knew, his brotherinlaw would probably know too

The police station would probably face another bloodbath

After all, Rachel was the apple of the Johnson family’s eyes

Rachel looked at Morris’s hopeless expression and a hint of contemplation flashed in the depths of her eyes

If it wasn’t Lucas, then who could it be

Just as she was deep in thought, she heard someone barge in. Chief Brown, Mr. Johnson is here

Chief Brown’s eyebrows twitched

Chapter 148 

What he was afraid of really came true

Morris calmed down and looked at Rachel with a smile. His tone was cautious and fawning. RaeRae, why don’t you come with me?” 

Rachel nodded

The two of them walked out of the interrogation room one after another

When Morris passed by Don, he glowered at him in exasperation. Come over too. You can take responsibility for what you’ve done!” 

Don’t even think about dragging me down with you!he thought

Don still did not understand what he had done wrong

He thought that Rachel was involved in this illegal transaction case. It could be said that she had been caught redhanded. This was not something that could be easily resolved with a backer

In the office

Tom was sitting on the black sofa with his legs crossed. There was a hint of languidness in his noble posture, and he was holding a lit cigarette between his slender fingers

Hearing footsteps at the door, he looked up

The moment the man’s sharp gaze cast over, a strong pressure overwhelmed him, immediately making Morris gasp

Despite his position as brotherinlaw and his older age, Morris still felt unprecedented reverence and fear every time he met Tom

He hesitated for a moment and smiled awkwardly. It’s just a small matter. Sorry to have. troubled you to come personally, Mr. Johnson.” 

Tell me, what happened?Tom put out the cigarette in his hand and casually looked up at Don who was behind Morris

The man’s voice was low and cold, making one shudder

Morris glared at Don. Speak up! Are you mute now?!

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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