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An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 534


Chapter 534

The previous night had been a nightmare. Fortunately, the truth was out, and nothing much happened to him.

Suddenly, Hector noticed something, and his smile stiffened. “Natasha, your face…

“It’s just a minor injury,” Natasha replied indifferently.

“What happened?” Hector frowned.

“A lot of things happened while you were gone, Hector.” Jesicca calmly briefed him on what happened.

Hector was livid. “The Grants again? They’re crossing the line!”

It was bad enough that they set him up, but they have even hurt his daughter? That was unacceptable!

“Don’t worry, Dad. I’m fine now.” Natasha consoled.

“It’s my fault, Natasha. You suffered because I was useless.” Hector blamed himself. If he had known how despicable the Grants were, he would have never agreed to the marriage proposal.

“Nonsense, Dad. We’re lucky just to have you back. Let’s talk more inside.” Smiling, Natasha took her father’s arm and walked into the estate.

Just as they arrived at the meeting room, their butler rushed into the room. “Sir, the Grants just sent us a letter. Please have a look.” The butler held up an envelope and passed it to Hector politely.

“What?” Hector’s expression darkened after reading the letter.

“What’s wrong, Dad?” Natasha leaned closer and soon frowned.

The letter only consisted of a few words, but they couldn’t be more threatening. To sum things up,

the Grants were blaming the Harmon family for Layla Grant’s death, and they claimed that Dustin was the one who ordered the Harmon family to do so.

Now, the Harmon family had two choices. The first was to hand the culprit over and grovel for forgiveness for three days. The second was to carry out the wedding as planned.

They could only choose one of the two choices. If they refused, the Grants would come at them in full force, wreaking havoc.

“It seems like Tyler intends to use his sister’s death as an excuse to force me to marry him.” Natasha frowned, surprised. She thought the Grants would use other backhanded methods, so she didn’t expect them to be so forward.

The Harmon family now had no choice but to choose between submission and war.

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“Darling, Tyler seems to like you a lot. I think you should marry him.” Jessica coaxed. Tyler and Natasha were still engaged, so the best solution would be to use their marriage to resolve this conflict.

“He doesn’t like me-he just likes himself. I’m nothing but a tool to him,” Natasha retorted icily.

“That’s impossible. He’s willing to resolve this issue peacefully. Isn’t it obvious enough?” Jessica continued to persuade.

“He’s someone who doesn’t care about his own sister’s death. Do you think he’s still a good person?” Natasha shot back.

“But…” Jessica didn’t know what to say.

“Tyler is a power-hungry person. Natasha would never be happy if she married him. We have to reevaluate this marriage.” Hector announced, displeased with the situation.

Previously, he had held out hope for the Grants, but he was now utterly disappointed. There was no way he would watch as his daughter jumped into this pit of fire.

“Hector, it’s clearly written that if Natasha doesn’t marry him, we’ll have to deal with the Grants’ wrath. When the time comes…” Jessica hesitated. She knew that their family wouldn’t be able to withstand the Grants’ retaliation.

“We will face this battle head-on.” Hector inhaled deeply, his gaze turning determined. “If the Grants insist on challenging us, we’ll rise to the occasion. Worst case scenario, our families will no longer be friends.”

An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 534

An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 534

Chapter 534 The previous night had been a nightmare. Fortunately, the truth was out, and nothing much happened to him.
Suddenly, Hector noticed something, and his smile stiffened. “Natasha, your face…
“It’s just a minor injury,” Natasha replied indifferently. “What happened?” Hector frowned. “A lot of things happened while you were gone, Hector.” Jesicca calmly briefed him on what happened. Hector was livid. “The Grants again? They’re crossing the line!” It was bad enough that they set him up, but they have even hurt his daughter? That was unacceptable! “Don’t worry, Dad. I’m fine now.” Natasha consoled. “It’s my fault, Natasha. You suffered because I was useless.” Hector blamed himself. If he had known how despicable the Grants were, he would have never agreed to the marriage proposal. “Nonsense, Dad. We’re lucky just to have you back. Let’s talk more inside.” Smiling, Natasha took her father’s arm and walked into the estate. Just as they arrived at the meeting room, their butler rushed into the room. “Sir, the Grants just sent us a letter. Please have a look.” The butler held up an envelope and passed it to Hector politely. “What?” Hector’s expression darkened after reading the letter. “What’s wrong, Dad?” Natasha leaned closer and soon frowned. The letter only consisted of a few words, but they couldn’t be more threatening. To sum things up, the Grants were blaming the Harmon family for Layla Grant’s death, and they claimed that Dustin was the one who ordered the Harmon family to do so. Now, the Harmon family had two choices. The first was to hand the culprit over and grovel for forgiveness for three days. The second was to carry out the wedding as planned.
They could only choose one of the two choices. If they refused, the Grants would come at them in full force, wreaking havoc. “It seems like Tyler intends to use his sister’s death as an excuse to force me to marry him.” Natasha frowned, surprised. She thought the Grants would use other backhanded methods, so she didn’t expect them to be so forward. The Harmon family now had no choice but to choose between submission and war. 172 “Darling, Tyler seems to like you a lot. I think you should marry him.” Jessica coaxed. Tyler and Natasha were still engaged, so the best solution would be to use their marriage to resolve this conflict. “He doesn’t like me-he just likes himself. I’m nothing but a tool to him,” Natasha retorted icily. “That’s impossible. He’s willing to resolve this issue peacefully. Isn’t it obvious enough?” Jessica continued to persuade. “He’s someone who doesn’t care about his own sister’s death. Do you think he’s still a good person?” Natasha shot back. “But…” Jessica didn’t know what to say. “Tyler is a power-hungry person. Natasha would never be happy if she married him. We have to reevaluate this marriage.” Hector announced, displeased with the situation. Previously, he had held out hope for the Grants, but he was now utterly disappointed. There was no way he would watch as his daughter jumped into this pit of fire. “Hector, it’s clearly written that if Natasha doesn’t marry him, we’ll have to deal with the Grants’ wrath. When the time comes…” Jessica hesitated. She knew that their family wouldn’t be able to withstand the Grants’ retaliation.
“We will face this battle head-on.” Hector inhaled deeply, his gaze turning determined. “If the Grants insist on challenging us, we’ll rise to the occasion. Worst case scenario, our families will no longer be friends.”

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