Betrayal At The Altar By Dolores Delia Chapter 28

Betrayal At The Altar By Dolores Delia Chapter 28

Betrayal At The Altar By Dolores Delia

Chapter 28 

Rachel put down her chopsticks and replied sweetly, Grandma, I’m actually staying with my grandfather.” 

I see,Old Mrs. Jones said. There was a look of understanding on her face, but a trace of regret could be seen in the depths of her eyes

Before this, Old Mrs. Jones thought that she could have David and Rachel live under the same roof. She hadn’t expected Rachel to be staying with her grandfather

When the dinner was over, David brought Eddie to the study to take care of some work affairs. After the matters had been dealt with and they left the study, they walked out into the living room and were greeted by a heartwarming sight




Rachel was sitting right beside Old Mrs. Jones and chatting with her. The warm light in the living room illuminated her beautiful face, highlighting her sweet smile as she listened patiently to Old Mrs. Jones

At that moment, David finally understood what home felt like

David,said Old Mrs. Jones when she caught sight of David, who was in a daze at the staircase. She beckoned him over with a wave. Since you’re done with work, you should go for a walk with Rachel. I’m tired, and I’m going to rest.” 

Alright,David said. Then, he looked at Rachel as though he wanted her permission

Rachel stood up. With a small smile, she said, Grandma, please rest well.” 

A wide smile grew on Old Mrs. Jones’s face as she watched the young couple leave together. Then, as if she was reminded of something, she heaved a long sigh. I hope that rascal knows what he’s doing and succeeds in making Rachel fall for him,” she muttered to herself




Don’t worry,Rosie said beside her. On the other hand, she felt that Old Mrs. Jones was worrying about nothing. Rosie looked at the disappearing back views of the wellmatched couple. Smiling, she said, Mr. Jones is an outstanding man. How could Miss Grey not fall for him?” 

Upon hearing this, Old Mrs. Jones raised her eyebrows. With an intriguing smile, she said, Do you think Rachel is any inferior compared to him?” 



From Rachel’s every word and action, it was obvious that she had been wellraised. Her mannerisms also showed how she treated the people around her

These were qualities that could only be learned over a long time. They could not possibly have been developed within a short period

Judging from her years of experience, Old Mrs. Jones believed Rachel was an extraordinary girl

She knew David would have to put in a lot of effort to win Rachel’s heart. It would not be an easy journey at all

It was still drizzling sporadically. Rachel reached out and felt the raindrops with her palms

David stood beside her with one hand in his pocket. His thin lips slightly curled up while admiring her delicate face. Would you like to come with me to the tea room?” 

Rachel looked at him and was caught off guard by his mesmerizing eyes. She felt like she was choking

She curled her fingertips and exhaled lightly. After trying her best to calm her pounding heart, she smiled and said, Okay.” 

The tea room was located in the West Wing. It was an exquisite and elegant place

The arched shelf divided the tea room into two areas, the inner and outer zone. A bronze incense burner was placed on the table in the outer zone, and the smell of incense smoke complemented the residual tea fragrance in the air

Rachel looked around her surroundings. She noticed a painting on the wall, and her eyes sparkled




That painting was titled Spring Clouds and Morning Haze. It was painted by the famous Leonard DeAngelo, and it had been bought anonymously by someone at the Fujiby auction

The people invited to the Fujiby auction all had a net worth of at least 40 million dollars

For someone to participate in the auction anonymously, they must have been at least a midtier member for three years and had a net worth of more than 200 million dollars.

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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