Betrayal At The Altar By Dolores Delia Chapter 29

Betrayal At The Altar By Dolores Delia Chapter 29

Betrayal At The Altar By Dolores Delia 

Chapter 29 

Rachel scrutinized David with curiosity

She thought, I wonder what this man’s background is exactly?” 

David sat on the chair. The neckline of his shirt was slightly open, and the lines of his collarbone could be seen faintly

It made his usual aloof self appear a lot wilder and unruly

The warm light engulfed the man, making him appear a lot less intimidating

His gaze was lowered, and there seemed to be an imperceptible smile on his face. He made a pot of tea in an orderly fashion, and at last, he placed one cup in front of Rachel. His deep and intoxicating voice rang out. When will you be discharged?” 

Rachel picked up the teacup in front of her and took a sip. The tea was fragrant, mellow, and sweet. She replied calmly, Tomorrow.” 

I’ll give you a ride tomorrow.David’s voice was rather deep. It was one that commanded respect

Rachel shook her head lightly. I appreciate your kind intentions, Mr. Jones, but I don’t need it.” 

David raised his gaze and stared at Rachel with his dark unblinkingly


Suddenly, his lips curled into a smile. His voice was low and seductive as he said, You’re afraid of me.” 

Rachel tightened her grip around the teacup, but her expression did not change. She met his eyes calmly. Am I?” 

David’s eyes were very dark, and it was difficult to tell what he was thinking. However, he had an intimidating aura that made Rachel feel almost suffocated just by being around him

This man was far more unfathomable than she had imagined. Perhaps it would be impossible to ever understand him

She thought to herself, I can’t afford to offend him, but at the very least, I can still hide from him.” 



David noticed Rachel’s downcast gaze. With dark eyes, he said, I won’t force you, and I don’t expect you to answer me. But don’t you think your brief answers are too heartless?” 

In all honesty, just the sight of David’s face was enough to bewitch most people

Everyone liked beautiful things, and Rachel was no exception. When faced with David’s charming face, she felt a profound liking to it. His looks were greatly pleasing to her eyes

But Louis’s betrayal had left a hole in her heart. Even though David was very nice to her, it wouldn’t be easy for her to feel moved by another man again

Mr. Jones, you seem to have full confidence in yourself, don’t you?Rachel looked at David with an imperceptible smile on her face. Her words sounded slightly mocking




David leaned back in his chair. His fingertips were tracing the mouth of his blue patterned porcelain tea cup. He said casually, That’s because I know that there is no one in this world, except me, who is worthy of you.” 

His tone was flat, but there was an air of selfimportance that could not be concealed

Rachel stared at him for a moment. Then, suddenly, a bright smile appeared on her crimson lips. However, there was a trace of coldness in the depths of her eyes

She slammed her teacup on the table, and in a vexed tone, she exclaimed, Mr. Jones, are you trying to say that it’s inevitable for me to accept you in this lifetime?” 

No.David stared at Rachel’s annoyed face, and his lips curled into a smile. He enunciated each word clearly, I meant that in this lifetime, I’m certain I want you.” 

That short sentence made Rachel feel like a grenade had exploded in her heart

Her eyelashes fluttered, and she lowered her gaze as her fingers curled into tight fists

The faint scent of sandalwood lingering in the air made Rachel feel increasingly breathless. She stood up abruptly and said, It’s getting late. I should go back and rest.” 


Unexpectedly, David grabbed her wrist.

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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