My Past is Just Prologue By Louisa Dillon Chapter 49

My Past is Just Prologue By Louisa Dillon Chapter 49

Read My Past is Just Prologue By Louisa Dillon Chapter 49 – She Was Happy with Another Man.

“I know.”

Orville resisted his disappointment and maintained the manners, “This is a gift from a friend. We are friends, aren’t we?”

His eyes were slightly red.

Janet didn’t know how to react.

How could she say no to him again?

She sighed slightly and accepted the roses, “Of course we are friends.”

All good intentions deserve to be treated kindly.

She took a box from her bag, “I’ve got a gift for you, too. I hope you will like it.”

She gave it to Orville.

It was a small gift.

She thought, “I will buy something more precious for him.”

Orville was overwhelmed with surprise, “Of course I like it. I like anything you give to me.”

He was happy enough that she accepted his gift.

He opened it. It was a pocket watch with a sapphire surface inlaid with blue diamonds and platinum. It was a perfect gift for


His gift was an orchid brooch, wrapped in special enamel, showing a glowing iris blue color. It suited Janet’s outfit.

Janet smiled, “Thank you for the gift. I like it. And I’m glad you like my gift.”

She felt quite relieved. She was glad they were frank with each other.

“I do!”

Orville was happy, too.

He was not afraid of challenges. He wouldn’t give up on Janet.

He liked the feeling of conquering.

He appreciated her frankness, which made him like her more.

They both enjoyed the meal.

Orville knew Janet more.

After the meal, they walked out of the restaurant and chatted happily.

Orville said, “I’m glad you like the restaurant.”

Janet said, “Yes, I do. I would like to try other food here.”

“Nice! Actually, this is my restaurant. Next time you want to eat the food here, just let me know.”

The night breeze was cold. He took off his coat, helped Janet wear it, and opened the car door for her.

“It’s yours?”

Janet was a little surprised. She got into the car and smiled, “You treated me in your restaurant. Thank you.”

“How about you invite me to your house to have dinner next time?”

Orville never let a chance slide away.

Janet raised her eyebrows and smiled, “If there is a chance, yes.”


Orville was overjoyed.

He got into the car and started it.

They didn’t notice Nathaniel’s car was parked opposite the road.

She was so happy.

He stared at Janet.

He had never seen her so happy in the past three years.

They were intimate.

“Mr. Longfellow, is that Miss Longfellow?”

His assistant Alfred asked.

He was trying to imply that they divorced.

He was too bold.


Nathaniel withdrew his gaze indifferently.

Alfred asked, “Where are we going now?”

He said he wanted to try the fish here.

“Back to the office.”

He said coldly.

Alfred sighed and restarted the car.

Janet had a great night.

My Past is Just Prologue By Louisa Dillon

My Past is Just Prologue By Louisa Dillon

Score 9.5
Status: Ongoing Type: Author: Artist: , Released: 2023 Native Language: English
Title: My Past is Just Prologue By Louisa Dillon - A Heartfelt Story of Love, Loss, and Redemption “My Past is Just Prologue” is a touching and poignant novel by Louisa Dillon that explores the themes of love, loss, and healing. Louisa Dillon  is a USA Today and international bestselling author of contemporary romance, erotic romance, and romantic suspense novels.
Read My Past is Just Prologue By Louisa Dillon – Janet Longfellow finally understood that a loveless marriage couldn’t last for long, so she asked for a divorce and left resolutely. Everyone was waiting to have a good laugh at her, and Nathaniel Webster was no exception. He believed Janet would come back to pray for his forgiveness sooner or later. However, he was slapped on the face every day after they got divorced. The heir of Longfellow Group? The mysterious genius of hacking? And she was even the well-known designer he wanted to work with! A popular best actor, a young racing driver, and an excellent rich single lined up to confess Janet. Nathaniel finally couldn’t sit still. He knocked on Janet’s door and confessed affectionately, “Honey, please forgive me. I love you, let’s remarry.” Janet responded, “Thank you, but I’m not interested. A loveless marriage can’t last long!” The tables had turned.
In conclusion, “My Past is Just Prologue” 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.   My Past is Just Prologue


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