Read My Past is Just Prologue By Louisa Dillon Chapter 46 – See You Tomorrow
Winifred didn’t understand why Nathaniel still wanted to cooperate with Janet.
She wouldn’t allow it to happen.
She took a step forward, “My son will get married to Miss Lambert in ten days. I invite you to come to the wedding.”
She was arrogant and disdainful.
She looked down upon Janet from the bottom of her heart.
Although it was true, Nathaniel didn’t like Winifred to talk about it in public, especially in front of Janet.
Janet’s eyes dimmed.
They didn’t have a wedding when they married because Winifred didn’t like her.
She had tried her best to please Winifred for the past three years. She didn’t even smile at her for once.
But now, she was going to give another girl a big wedding.
The difference was huge!
Her eyes were blurred, but she wouldn’t cry in front of them.
“I guess the necklace you bought earlier is a gift for the bride.”
As long as Nathaniel gave her the porcelain, she didn’t care about Winifred.
Winifred felt pain when she thought of the necklace.
“It will be a large amount of money to hold a wedding. I wish you have enough money in your account.”
Janet was harsh. She just wanted to leave here as soon as possible.
She knew Winifred liked shopping, and she often overdrew on her credit card.
Janet paid her debt many times.
It was the last thing Winifred wanted to be mentioned.
She had always said Janet was a gold digger.
But she used her money.
“You are too deceitful!”
Janet turned to Nathaniel.
“Thanks for the invitation, but I don’t think I will attend. I know Mr. Webster won’t want to see me at his wedding.”
“We will only meet for business. See you tomorrow.”
She called him Mr. Webster.
Nathaniel was upset.
But Janet didn’t look at him. She left.
She didn’t want to stay here for one more minute.
Ernest and Orville followed her.
Winifred didn’t have a chance to let out her anger, so she blamed Nathaniel.
“Look at her. She mocked me. You just let her talk to me that way.
Winifred hated Janet. She wanted her to be inferior to her all the time.
She was dreaming.
“Don’t seek her trouble, mother.”
He held the porcelain tightly and said, “You need to pay more attention to my wedding, not her.”
“I need to go. See you.’
He interrupted her.
He didn’t like people to be noisy. He enjoyed being accompanied by Janet. She was always quiet.
He thought of her again.
He was angry with himself thinking of her again. He left.
‘No one cares about me.”
Winifred was angry.
“Forget it, mom. My brother was right. We need to pay more attention to the wedding. Janet is nothing.”
Quintina comforted her.
Although she didn’t like Janet, she didn’t want to waste much time on her.
“You are right. She is nothing.”
Winifred made a decision.
She must make Janet pay the price!