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An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 544


Chapter 544

“I heard that Mr. Robinson was hurt. Of course, I had to visit.” Ruby placed her gifts by Mr. Robinson’s bedside and explained. “These are supplements for you. I wish you a speedy recovery.”

“Thank you.” Abigail nodded her head in gratitude.

“I forgot to introduce you to my mom.” Ruby gestured to the woman next to her.

“Nice to meet you, Mrs. Xenos.” Abigail nodded in greeting.

“Hello.” Mrs. Xenos nodded with a smile.

“You’re here too?” Ruby was surprised to see Dustin. “The Doyle family didn’t bother you, did they?”

“No.” Dustin shook his head. He couldn’t care less about them anyway.

“Mom, this is the guy who helped me in the bar last time.” Ruby smiled.

“Really? Well, thank you very much.” Mrs. Xenos smiled politely.

“It was nothing.” Dustin’s gaze suddenly turned serious. “Mrs. Xenos, may I know if you’ve been feeling dizzy lately?”

“How did you know?” Mrs. Xenos was astonished.

“I could tell since I know a bit of medicine,” Dustin explained.

“I see…” Mrs. Xenos nodded. “You’re right. I have low blood sugar, so I get dizzy sometimes, but it’s nothing serious.”

“I don’t think so,” Dustin replied in a serious tone. “You have bloodshot eyes, shortness of breath, stiff limbs, as well as bulging veins at your temples. If I’m not mistaken, you’re at risk of a cerebral hemorrhage.”

“Cerebral hemorrhage?” Mrs. Xenos frowned; her expression darkened instantly. “You should watch what you say, young man. I had a full-body checkup just recently, and everything was normal. How could there possibly be a cerebral hemorrhage?”

She didn’t expect such a nice-looking person like him to sprout nonsense.

“Mrs. Xenos, I advise you to examine your brain. You could die easily if the condition

worsened.” Dustin advised.

“Nonsense!” Mrs. Xenos humphed. “I’ll let this go since you saved my daughter. Don’t provoke me anymore!” She was unhappy to be told that she might die.

‘Mrs. Xenos, your life is at stake here. You should be careful.” Dustin told her seriously.

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“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.

“I heard that Mr. Robinson was hurt. Of course, I had to visit.” Ruby placed her gifts by Mr. Robinson’s bedside and explained. “These are supplements for you. I wish you a speedy recovery.”

“Thank you.” Abigail nodded her head in gratitude.

“I forgot to introduce you to my mom.” Ruby gestured to the woman next to her.

“Nice to meet you, Mrs. Xenos.” Abigail nodded in greeting.

“Hello.” Mrs. Xenos nodded with a smile.

“You’re here too?” Ruby was surprised to see Dustin. “The Doyle family didn’t bother you, did they?”

“No.” Dustin shook his head. He couldn’t care less about them anyway.

“Mom, this is the guy who helped me in the bar last time.” Ruby smiled.

“Really? Well, thank you very much.” Mrs. Xenos smiled politely.

“It was nothing.” Dustin’s gaze suddenly turned serious. “Mrs. Xenos, may I know if you’ve been feeling dizzy lately?”

“How did you know?” Mrs. Xenos was astonished.

“I could tell since I know a bit of medicine,” Dustin explained.

“I see…” Mrs. Xenos nodded. “You’re right. I have low blood sugar, so I get dizzy sometimes, but it’s nothing serious.”

“I don’t think so,” Dustin replied in a serious tone. “You have bloodshot eyes, shortness of breath, stiff limbs, as well as bulging veins at your temples. If I’m not mistaken, you’re at risk of a cerebral hemorrhage.”

“Cerebral hemorrhage?” Mrs. Xenos frowned; her expression darkened instantly. “You should watch what you say, young man. I had a full-body checkup just recently, and everything was normal. How could there possibly be a cerebral hemorrhage?”

She didn’t expect such a nice-looking person like him to sprout nonsense.

“Mrs. Xenos, I advise you to examine your brain. You could die easily if the condition worsened.” Dustin advised.

“Nonsense!” Mrs. Xenos humphed. “I’ll let this go since you saved my daughter. Don’t provoke me anymore!” She was unhappy to be told that she might die.

“Mrs. Xenos, your life is at stake here. You should be careful.” Dustin told her seriously.

“Enough of your nonsense!” Mrs. Xenos turned and walked away briskly. As a woman who people died to please at every moment, she was furious to be cursed by someone.

“I’m sorry. My mom’s in a bad mood.” Ruby was embarrassed. She didn’t expect Dustin and his mother to get into an argument,

“Ruby, we’re going home!” Mrs. Xenos yelled.

“I’ll be off now, Abigail. Take care of your dad.” Ruby left after bidding them farewell.

“You should stay away from scammers like him from now on, or your reputation will be ruined!” Mrs. Xenos snapped.

“Mom, he doesn’t seem to be lying. Why don’t you get it checked out at the hospital?” Ruby advised.

“Do you actually believe him?” Mrs. Xenos glared. “I know my body best. He’s clearly asking for attention. I’ve met countless people like him before!”

“But-”

“Enough! Don’t talk about him anymore. It’s disgusting!” Mrs. Xenos cut off Ruby’s words. Because of her status, people always came up with different ways to butter up to her; this included people like Dustin.

“The weather is nice today.” Mrs. Xenos lifted her head to look at the sun and felt slightly faint.

She barely took a step forward when she felt a sharp pain shoot through her head. The world began to spin, and after a few more steps, her vision turned dark, and she collapsed to the floor.

An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 544

An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 544

Chapter 544 “I heard that Mr. Robinson was hurt. Of course, I had to visit.” Ruby placed her gifts by Mr. Robinson’s bedside and explained. “These are supplements for you. I wish you a speedy recovery.”
“Thank you.” Abigail nodded her head in gratitude.
“I forgot to introduce you to my mom.” Ruby gestured to the woman next to her. “Nice to meet you, Mrs. Xenos.” Abigail nodded in greeting. “Hello.” Mrs. Xenos nodded with a smile. “You’re here too?” Ruby was surprised to see Dustin. “The Doyle family didn’t bother you, did they?” “No.” Dustin shook his head. He couldn’t care less about them anyway. “Mom, this is the guy who helped me in the bar last time.” Ruby smiled. “Really? Well, thank you very much.” Mrs. Xenos smiled politely. “It was nothing.” Dustin’s gaze suddenly turned serious. “Mrs. Xenos, may I know if you’ve been feeling dizzy lately?” “How did you know?” Mrs. Xenos was astonished. “I could tell since I know a bit of medicine,” Dustin explained. “I see…” Mrs. Xenos nodded. “You’re right. I have low blood sugar, so I get dizzy sometimes, but it’s nothing serious.” “I don’t think so,” Dustin replied in a serious tone. “You have bloodshot eyes, shortness of breath, stiff limbs, as well as bulging veins at your temples. If I’m not mistaken, you’re at risk of a cerebral hemorrhage.” “Cerebral hemorrhage?” Mrs. Xenos frowned; her expression darkened instantly. “You should watch what you say, young man. I had a full-body checkup just recently, and everything was normal. How could there possibly be a cerebral hemorrhage?” She didn’t expect such a nice-looking person like him to sprout nonsense. “Mrs. Xenos, I advise you to examine your brain. You could die easily if the condition worsened.” Dustin advised. “Nonsense!” Mrs. Xenos humphed. “I’ll let this go since you saved my daughter. Don’t provoke me anymore!” She was unhappy to be told that she might die. ‘Mrs. Xenos, your life is at stake here. You should be careful.” Dustin told her seriously. 1/2 CO “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.
“I heard that Mr. Robinson was hurt. Of course, I had to visit.” Ruby placed her gifts by Mr. Robinson’s bedside and explained. “These are supplements for you. I wish you a speedy recovery.” “Thank you.” Abigail nodded her head in gratitude. “I forgot to introduce you to my mom.” Ruby gestured to the woman next to her. “Nice to meet you, Mrs. Xenos.” Abigail nodded in greeting. “Hello.” Mrs. Xenos nodded with a smile. “You’re here too?” Ruby was surprised to see Dustin. “The Doyle family didn’t bother you, did they?” “No.” Dustin shook his head. He couldn’t care less about them anyway. “Mom, this is the guy who helped me in the bar last time.” Ruby smiled. “Really? Well, thank you very much.” Mrs. Xenos smiled politely. “It was nothing.” Dustin’s gaze suddenly turned serious. “Mrs. Xenos, may I know if you’ve been feeling dizzy lately?” “How did you know?” Mrs. Xenos was astonished. “I could tell since I know a bit of medicine,” Dustin explained. “I see…” Mrs. Xenos nodded. “You’re right. I have low blood sugar, so I get dizzy sometimes, but it’s nothing serious.” “I don’t think so,” Dustin replied in a serious tone. “You have bloodshot eyes, shortness of breath, stiff limbs, as well as bulging veins at your temples. If I’m not mistaken, you’re at risk of a cerebral hemorrhage.” “Cerebral hemorrhage?” Mrs. Xenos frowned; her expression darkened instantly. “You should watch what you say, young man. I had a full-body checkup just recently, and everything was normal. How could there possibly be a cerebral hemorrhage?” She didn’t expect such a nice-looking person like him to sprout nonsense. “Mrs. Xenos, I advise you to examine your brain. You could die easily if the condition worsened.” Dustin advised. “Nonsense!” Mrs. Xenos humphed. “I’ll let this go since you saved my daughter. Don’t provoke me anymore!” She was unhappy to be told that she might die. “Mrs. Xenos, your life is at stake here. You should be careful.” Dustin told her seriously. “Enough of your nonsense!” Mrs. Xenos turned and walked away briskly. As a woman who people died to please at every moment, she was furious to be cursed by someone. “I’m sorry. My mom’s in a bad mood.” Ruby was embarrassed. She didn’t expect Dustin and his mother to get into an argument, “Ruby, we’re going home!” Mrs. Xenos yelled. “I’ll be off now, Abigail. Take care of your dad.” Ruby left after bidding them farewell. “You should stay away from scammers like him from now on, or your reputation will be ruined!” Mrs. Xenos snapped. “Mom, he doesn’t seem to be lying. Why don’t you get it checked out at the hospital?” Ruby advised. “Do you actually believe him?” Mrs. Xenos glared. “I know my body best. He’s clearly asking for attention. I’ve met countless people like him before!” “But-” “Enough! Don’t talk about him anymore. It’s disgusting!” Mrs. Xenos cut off Ruby’s words. Because of her status, people always came up with different ways to butter up to her; this included people like Dustin. “The weather is nice today.” Mrs. Xenos lifted her head to look at the sun and felt slightly faint.
She barely took a step forward when she felt a sharp pain shoot through her head. The world began to spin, and after a few more steps, her vision turned dark, and she collapsed to the floor.

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