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An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 543


Chapter 543

“Oh, Dustin. You sure are stupid. How can you treasure such worthless buildings?” Florence grinned smugly.

At first, she thought she had wasted all her money, but God blessed them by sending them a scapegoat.

“Thanks, Dustin, or else we’d be doomed.” Florence grinned.

“You’re such a saint, Dustin. I must say, I’m impressed!” James exclaimed delightedly and gave the other man a thumbs-up.

“Remember to treat us to a meal once you’ve made your fortune.” Victoria mocked.

They had been unfortunate to be swindled by Terrence, but they found someone to take the fall. It was their stroke of luck, or they would have lost all their money.

“I hope you don’t come to regret your decision.” Dustin wore a meaningful smile.

“Regret?” They exchanged amused glances and laughed even louder.

How could Dustin still not know that something was wrong? An idiot like him deserved to be scammed.

“Dustin, what on earth are you thinking? You shouldn’t be so reckless even if you have some money, right?” Dahlia frowned. She was confused as to why someone who was usually so smart would act so foolishly.

“Everything I say is useless right now, but you’ll understand soon,” Dustin smiled and said.

No matter how many times he advised them, none of them believed him. However, when things settled down, it would be obvious who was the winner.

“Fine! I don’t care anymore!” Dahlia stomped toward the door and halted. “What are you waiting for? Let’s go back to the company!”

“Can I take a leave of absence? My friend happens to be here, so I want to visit him,” Dustin asked. Mr. Robinson was here as well, so he should visit the older man.

“Do whatever you like!” Dahlia humphed and left.

Five minutes later, Dustin stepped into another ward and saw Abigail feeding her father some soup. The father-daughter duo’s relationship improved after the latest incident.

“Sir, you’re here.” Abigail lit up when she saw him.

“I happened to be in the area, so I thought I’d drop by. How’s your dad?” Dustin inquired,

concerned.

“The doctor said he’s healing very well. He should be able to leave in a few days,” Abigail replied.

“That’s good.” Dustin let out a sigh of relief and sat down next to the bed. “Let me know if you need anything, Mr. Robinson.”

“Thank you, Mr. Rhys. You visiting me made me happy enough.” Mr. Robinson smiled. It was rare for someone to care for minor characters like him.

“This is all my fault. You wouldn’t have gotten hurt if not for me.” Dustin felt sorry.

“Don’t say that, Mr. Robinson. I’m just sorry that I couldn’t carry out your request.” Mr. Robinson shook his head.

“Alright, alright. Can you two stop being so sappy? Let’s leave the past behind us.” Abigail interjected, cutting off their conversation.

The person they should be blaming was Torben Hill. Fortunately, Dustin had avenged them by teaching that man a lesson.

“Abigail.” While they were talking, a gorgeous young lady and an elegantly dressed woman walked in. They must be mother and daughter.

Dustin realized that the familiar-looking woman was Ruby Xenos, the person he met in the bar a few days ago.

“What are you doing here, Ruby?” Abigail lit up, and she quickly went to welcome the guests.

An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 543

An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 543

Chapter 543 “Oh, Dustin. You sure are stupid. How can you treasure such worthless buildings?” Florence grinned smugly.
At first, she thought she had wasted all her money, but God blessed them by sending them a scapegoat.
“Thanks, Dustin, or else we’d be doomed.” Florence grinned. “You’re such a saint, Dustin. I must say, I’m impressed!” James exclaimed delightedly and gave the other man a thumbs-up. “Remember to treat us to a meal once you’ve made your fortune.” Victoria mocked. They had been unfortunate to be swindled by Terrence, but they found someone to take the fall. It was their stroke of luck, or they would have lost all their money. “I hope you don’t come to regret your decision.” Dustin wore a meaningful smile. “Regret?” They exchanged amused glances and laughed even louder. How could Dustin still not know that something was wrong? An idiot like him deserved to be scammed. “Dustin, what on earth are you thinking? You shouldn’t be so reckless even if you have some money, right?” Dahlia frowned. She was confused as to why someone who was usually so smart would act so foolishly. “Everything I say is useless right now, but you’ll understand soon,” Dustin smiled and said. No matter how many times he advised them, none of them believed him. However, when things settled down, it would be obvious who was the winner. “Fine! I don’t care anymore!” Dahlia stomped toward the door and halted. “What are you waiting for? Let’s go back to the company!” “Can I take a leave of absence? My friend happens to be here, so I want to visit him,” Dustin asked. Mr. Robinson was here as well, so he should visit the older man.
“Do whatever you like!” Dahlia humphed and left. Five minutes later, Dustin stepped into another ward and saw Abigail feeding her father some soup. The father-daughter duo’s relationship improved after the latest incident. “Sir, you’re here.” Abigail lit up when she saw him. “I happened to be in the area, so I thought I’d drop by. How’s your dad?” Dustin inquired, concerned. “The doctor said he’s healing very well. He should be able to leave in a few days,” Abigail replied. “That’s good.” Dustin let out a sigh of relief and sat down next to the bed. “Let me know if you need anything, Mr. Robinson.” “Thank you, Mr. Rhys. You visiting me made me happy enough.” Mr. Robinson smiled. It was rare for someone to care for minor characters like him. “This is all my fault. You wouldn’t have gotten hurt if not for me.” Dustin felt sorry. “Don’t say that, Mr. Robinson. I’m just sorry that I couldn’t carry out your request.” Mr. Robinson shook his head. “Alright, alright. Can you two stop being so sappy? Let’s leave the past behind us.” Abigail interjected, cutting off their conversation. The person they should be blaming was Torben Hill. Fortunately, Dustin had avenged them by teaching that man a lesson. “Abigail.” While they were talking, a gorgeous young lady and an elegantly dressed woman walked in. They must be mother and daughter. Dustin realized that the familiar-looking woman was Ruby Xenos, the person he met in the bar a few days ago.
“What are you doing here, Ruby?” Abigail lit up, and she quickly went to welcome the guests.

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