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An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 760


Chapter 760
Dahlia was seen walking into the banquet hall slowly, dressed in a black evening gown. She stood out among the crowd, looking beautiful with her tall stature and poise.
The moment she entered, she captured the attention of most people. There were looks of astonishment, delight, envy, and admiration. Some looks were even filled with desire.
“Dahlia, I shouldn’t have come with you. I put so much time and effort into my look, but everyone’s attention is on you. It’s like I don’t exist.” Julie looked upset. She expressed her frustration in a hushed tone.
Hoping to catch the attention of prominent officials at the party, she meticulously planned her makeover.
She also spent a fortune on her outfit. Her gown cost a hundred thousand dollars, while her jewelry was worth millions. Yet, she had become Dahlia’s accessory as she stood beside her, going unnoticed.


Julie wasn’t u gly, but Dahlia was just too pretty. Dahlia overshadowed all women. It seemed like only Natasha could rival her in the whole of Millsburg.
“Ms. Nicholson, you’re here.” Suddenly, the crowd dispersed. And Gavin, dressed in a wh ite dapper suit, walked up to her with a smile.
“Mr. Killian.” Dahlia nodded slightly.
“Ms. Nicholson, your beauty is incomparable today,” Gavin flattered.
“Thank you, Mr. Killian.” Dahlia smiled politely.
“What about me, Mr. Killian? Aren’t I beautiful too?” Julie suddenly asked, showing off her figure.
“Of course you are. Both of you are.” Gavin smiled as he nodded.
Julie chuckled in response, acting shy. “Thank you, Mr. Killian.”


While they continued their conversation, a prideful man and a flirtatious woman walked through the doors. It was Julian Nicholson and his date.
“Hey, Mr. Killian!” When Julian saw Gavin, he led his date toward him.
He was about to give Gavin a compliment when he noticed Dahlia and swallowed his words. He had thought of sending a girl to Gavin for his pleasure, but it seemed like it was not the right time.
“Why are you here?” Julie asked, looking slightly upset.
“I’m here to attend Mr. Killian’s party, of course.” He then turned his attention to Dahlia and said, Oh, right, I forgot to mention. I saw Dustin caught by law enforcers today at the hospital’s entrance.”
“Caught?” Dahlia frowned. “What happened?”
“I heard he was charged with murder. He’s been sent to Azkaban,” Julian said with a smile.
“Azkaban? That can’t be!” Dahlia’s expression shifted upon hearing him. It was a well-known fact
ון


that Azkaban was no ordinary prison. It was the scariest prison with the tightest security in the whole of Balerno, holding the most sinister criminals. Once someone was sent in, they could never
come out.
“You must have been mistaken. Why would Dustin be sent to Azkaban?” Julie was perplexed.
“I saw it with my own eyes. How could I have been mistaken?” Julian smiled ambiguously. “That brat has done so much wrong and has no respect for anyone. He finally got what he deserved.” “Could it be related to Hank’s death?”

An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 760

An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 760

Chapter 760
Dahlia was seen walking into the banquet hall slowly, dressed in a black evening gown. She stood out among the crowd, looking beautiful with her tall stature and poise.
The moment she entered, she captured the attention of most people. There were looks of astonishment, delight, envy, and admiration. Some looks were even filled with desire.
“Dahlia, I shouldn’t have come with you. I put so much time and effort into my look, but everyone’s attention is on you. It’s like I don’t exist.” Julie looked upset. She expressed her frustration in a hushed tone.
Hoping to catch the attention of prominent officials at the party, she meticulously planned her makeover.
She also spent a fortune on her outfit. Her gown cost a hundred thousand dollars, while her jewelry was worth millions. Yet, she had become Dahlia’s accessory as she stood beside her, going unnoticed.


Julie wasn’t u gly, but Dahlia was just too pretty. Dahlia overshadowed all women. It seemed like only Natasha could rival her in the whole of Millsburg.
“Ms. Nicholson, you’re here.” Suddenly, the crowd dispersed. And Gavin, dressed in a wh ite dapper suit, walked up to her with a smile.
“Mr. Killian.” Dahlia nodded slightly.
“Ms. Nicholson, your beauty is incomparable today,” Gavin flattered.
“Thank you, Mr. Killian.” Dahlia smiled politely.
“What about me, Mr. Killian? Aren’t I beautiful too?” Julie suddenly asked, showing off her figure.
“Of course you are. Both of you are.” Gavin smiled as he nodded.
Julie chuckled in response, acting shy. “Thank you, Mr. Killian.”


While they continued their conversation, a prideful man and a flirtatious woman walked through the doors. It was Julian Nicholson and his date.
“Hey, Mr. Killian!” When Julian saw Gavin, he led his date toward him.
He was about to give Gavin a compliment when he noticed Dahlia and swallowed his words. He had thought of sending a girl to Gavin for his pleasure, but it seemed like it was not the right time.
“Why are you here?” Julie asked, looking slightly upset.
“I’m here to attend Mr. Killian’s party, of course.” He then turned his attention to Dahlia and said, Oh, right, I forgot to mention. I saw Dustin caught by law enforcers today at the hospital’s entrance.”
“Caught?” Dahlia frowned. “What happened?”
“I heard he was charged with murder. He’s been sent to Azkaban,” Julian said with a smile.
“Azkaban? That can’t be!” Dahlia’s expression shifted upon hearing him. It was a well-known fact
ון


that Azkaban was no ordinary prison. It was the scariest prison with the tightest security in the whole of Balerno, holding the most sinister criminals. Once someone was sent in, they could never
come out.
“You must have been mistaken. Why would Dustin be sent to Azkaban?” Julie was perplexed.
“I saw it with my own eyes. How could I have been mistaken?” Julian smiled ambiguously. “That brat has done so much wrong and has no respect for anyone. He finally got what he deserved.” “Could it be related to Hank’s death?”

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