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An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 763


Chapter 763

Gavin Killian was the young master of the Killians from Oakvale. He was also a military general who had an enormous influence in Millsburg. Dustin could lose his life for raising a hand against such a prominent figure.

“Dustin, you ungrateful brat! Mr. Killian should have just let you rot in Azkaban!” Julie was furious at Dustin for repaying Gavin’s kindness with enmity.

“How bold. Do you know the consequences of hitting me?” Gavin rubbed his burning cheek as his expression grew dark. He had never been slapped in public, ever.

“So what if I hit you? You imprisoned me. That was a well-deserved slap,” Dustin spat out coldly. Dahlia frowned. “Nonsense. It was clearly Mr. Killian who saved you!”

“He saved me? Hah!” Dustin scoffed. “He was the one who put me in there. I wouldn’t have ended up inside if it wasn’t for his scheming.”

“I don’t understand what you mean.” Gavin narrowed his eyes.

“Do you not understand, or are you pretending not to?” Dustin sneered. “Did you think your plan would succeed just by sending me to Azkaban? Well, sorry to disappoint, but I’m out now. And I’m going to make you pay for it.”

“Are you even worthy of that?” Gavin’s expression was frosty. “Out of courtesy toward Ms. Nicholson, I won’t make a big deal out of this. Apologize right now. And I might just let you go.

Dahlia was moved by his speech. It was rare for someone to be benevolent after being slapped for

no reason.

“Dustin, stop it. Hurry up and apologize!” Dahlia said sternly.

“You want me to apologize to him for sending me to Azkaban? Dream on,” Dustin said with a frosty tone.

“I don’t know where you heard those rumors. But I believe Mr. Killian is not that type of person!” Dahlia was serious.

“He’s not that kind of person?” Dustin snorted. “You just met him. Do you really know him? How would you know what he’s really thinking?”

“Stop being unreasonable!” Dahlia was getting upset. She saw how Gavin had instructed his men to help with Dustin’s release from Azkaban. However, instead of being grateful, Dustin bit the hand that fed him. He was absolutely clueless!

“I’m being unreasonable?” Dustin’s expression grew colder by the second. “Dahlia, I’m saying this again. Gavin was the one who sent me to Azkaban. He’s a total hypocrite!”

“Nonsense!” Dahlia was simmering in anger as she yelled, “It’s fine if you won’t be grateful. But why accuse him of something he’s not?”

Dustin’s brows furrowed slightly. “I’m accusing him? You think I’m lying? You’d rather believe him and not me?”

They went through so much together. He couldn’t understand how their three-year relationship

1/2

was reduced to nothing before an outsider.

“I only believe what I see!” Dahlia retorted.

“And what you see is the absolute truth?”

“Of course!”

“Fine, then answer me. What were you doing being so chummy with Gavin?”

“We were just dancing.”

“Dancing? Hah! You only met him today, yet you’re already that close to him? I guess you’ll be in his bed in a few more days of getting to know him!” Dustin mocked.

“You-” Dahlia was exasperated. She only agreed to the dance because Gavin agreed to save him. Why else would she subject herself to such a situation?.

“Enough. I’m not going to argue with you. We’ll discuss this another time. But today, I’m going to beat him up!” Dustin took two steps forward before landing a forceful kick to Gavin’s stomach.

Gavin groaned as he crumpled to the ground.

“Stop it!” Dahlia’s expression shifted. She quickly stood in front of Gavin. “Dustin! Are you crazy? Do you know what you just did?”

“Move!” Dustin pushed Dahlia away before aiming another kick at Gavin.

“I told you to stop!” Dahlia turned anxious and slapped Dustin hard on the face. It left him stunned in place.

An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 763

An Understated Dominance By Marina Vittori Chapter 763

Chapter 763

Gavin Killian was the young master of the Killians from Oakvale. He was also a military general who had an enormous influence in Millsburg. Dustin could lose his life for raising a hand against such a prominent figure.

“Dustin, you ungrateful brat! Mr. Killian should have just let you rot in Azkaban!” Julie was furious at Dustin for repaying Gavin’s kindness with enmity.

“How bold. Do you know the consequences of hitting me?” Gavin rubbed his burning cheek as his expression grew dark. He had never been slapped in public, ever.

“So what if I hit you? You imprisoned me. That was a well-deserved slap,” Dustin spat out coldly. Dahlia frowned. “Nonsense. It was clearly Mr. Killian who saved you!”

“He saved me? Hah!” Dustin scoffed. “He was the one who put me in there. I wouldn’t have ended up inside if it wasn’t for his scheming.”

“I don’t understand what you mean.” Gavin narrowed his eyes.

“Do you not understand, or are you pretending not to?” Dustin sneered. “Did you think your plan would succeed just by sending me to Azkaban? Well, sorry to disappoint, but I’m out now. And I’m going to make you pay for it.”

“Are you even worthy of that?” Gavin’s expression was frosty. “Out of courtesy toward Ms. Nicholson, I won’t make a big deal out of this. Apologize right now. And I might just let you go.

Dahlia was moved by his speech. It was rare for someone to be benevolent after being slapped for

no reason.

“Dustin, stop it. Hurry up and apologize!” Dahlia said sternly.

“You want me to apologize to him for sending me to Azkaban? Dream on,” Dustin said with a frosty tone.

“I don’t know where you heard those rumors. But I believe Mr. Killian is not that type of person!” Dahlia was serious.

“He’s not that kind of person?” Dustin snorted. “You just met him. Do you really know him? How would you know what he’s really thinking?”

“Stop being unreasonable!” Dahlia was getting upset. She saw how Gavin had instructed his men to help with Dustin’s release from Azkaban. However, instead of being grateful, Dustin bit the hand that fed him. He was absolutely clueless!

“I’m being unreasonable?” Dustin’s expression grew colder by the second. “Dahlia, I’m saying this again. Gavin was the one who sent me to Azkaban. He’s a total hypocrite!”

“Nonsense!” Dahlia was simmering in anger as she yelled, “It’s fine if you won’t be grateful. But why accuse him of something he’s not?”

Dustin’s brows furrowed slightly. “I’m accusing him? You think I’m lying? You’d rather believe him and not me?”

They went through so much together. He couldn’t understand how their three-year relationship

1/2

was reduced to nothing before an outsider.

“I only believe what I see!” Dahlia retorted.

“And what you see is the absolute truth?”

“Of course!”

“Fine, then answer me. What were you doing being so chummy with Gavin?”

“We were just dancing.”

“Dancing? Hah! You only met him today, yet you’re already that close to him? I guess you’ll be in his bed in a few more days of getting to know him!” Dustin mocked.

“You-” Dahlia was exasperated. She only agreed to the dance because Gavin agreed to save him. Why else would she subject herself to such a situation?.

“Enough. I’m not going to argue with you. We’ll discuss this another time. But today, I’m going to beat him up!” Dustin took two steps forward before landing a forceful kick to Gavin’s stomach.

Gavin groaned as he crumpled to the ground.

“Stop it!” Dahlia’s expression shifted. She quickly stood in front of Gavin. “Dustin! Are you crazy? Do you know what you just did?”

“Move!” Dustin pushed Dahlia away before aiming another kick at Gavin.

“I told you to stop!” Dahlia turned anxious and slapped Dustin hard on the face. It left him stunned in place.

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