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An Understated Dominance Chapter 1630 by Marina Vittori

Grace had never seen Elder Sage so distressed.

“Grace, something big is about to go down. I just divined the outcome of the Scenic Monastery incident, and the signs are ominous. It might mess with the fate of the nation,” Elder Sage said with a heavy tone.

“Affect the fate of the nation? Does that mean Logan is going to die?” She raised an eyebrow. Last night, she had specifically reminded and even provided a talisman, hoping that nothing would happen to Logan. Because if he were to fall, it would undoubtedly lead to a cascade of battles, turning the land into a river of blood.

“It has nothing to do with Logan. When I speak of the nation’s fate, I’m talking about a vital force,” Elder Sage furrowed his brow.

He continued, “In this Scenic Monastery incident, someone might disrupt the vital force. If that happens, the nation will be in chaos. A great calamity will be imminent, and the entire Dragonmarsh will undergo a drastic change!”

“Is it that serious?” Grace’s eyebrows tightened.

As a member of the royal family and a disciple of the Regal Observatory, she naturally understood the importance of vital force. Once disrupted, it would lead to political unrest, power transitions, and, in severe cases, even a change of monarchy.

“Master, is there any way to rectify this?” She inquired.

“The die is cast, and there’s no changing it. From now on, we can only go with the flow of fate,” he shook his head with a sigh. Elder Sage had attempted to glimpse into the future, seeking a solution.

Yet, the instant that idea entered his mind, it was as though an unexplainable force had struck him, leaving him with a pounding headache.

It manifested as a premonition-a clear warning. If he were to proceed, he would undoubtedly face severe consequences, as if the universe itself resisted the change.

“The matter is grave. I must return and inform my father. I hope you can understand, Master.” Grace nodded with respect.

“Futile efforts-even the royal family can’t change anything.” Elder Sage shook his head again.

“Regardless, we have to try.” Her gaze remained resolute.

“Very well, you may go.”

Elder Sage no longer stopped Grace, sighing softly. “You carry a unique destiny. Although you can’t defy fate, you might be able to mitigate some losses.”

“Thank you, Master,” Grace said and decisively turned to leave. In Wyvern Ridge, within a grand palace, a majestic statue sat atop a sacred platform, enveloped in the sweet scent of smoldering candles.

Kneeling before the statue were more than a dozen people immersed in quiet contemplation as if they had long entered a state of deep meditation.

These were members of the Dragon Guard, the most mysterious and powerful force in the Dragonmarsh. Though their numbers were small, each was a grandmaster martial artist capable of withstanding armies.

The Dragon Guard remained hidden in the shadows, revealing itself only to the very few who were aware of its existence. Even many scions of the royal family were kept in the dark, let alone common dignitaries.

They were not subject to imperial jurisdiction. The Dragon Guard held a position above the throne.

While not involved in national affairs, every decision made by the organization was mandatory for the king. To put it simply, the Dragon Guard was the true ruler of the entire Dragonmarsh.

A red spear at the forefront of the palace began to shake. The crimson glow around the spear intensified, accompanied by a deep, resonant sound, as if it were about to pierce through the sky.


In an instant, the Dragon Guard members, who had been deep in meditation, opened their eyes. Confused whispers filled the air.

“What’s happening? Why is the founder’s spear moving?”

“The Inferno Fury Spear, which held the title of the world’s top spear, has long been divine. What could threaten its existence?”

“Could a formidable enemy have infiltrated Aylka?”

They exchanged uncertain glances, trying to make sense of the situation. As the crimson spear continued its persistent vibrations, cracks began to appear on the surface of the stone statue serving as the altar’s centerpiece.

These hairline fractures rapidly spread across its entire form. After a brief moment, the statue burst open with a loud explosion sound.

Subsequently, a white-haired, red- eyed man slowly rose from the altar. The man’s tall figure, cold demeanor, and fiery red eyes exuded a palpable intimidation.

“Congratulations, founder, for emerging from seclusion!”

The members of the Dragon Guard immediately paid their respects, their faces filled with awe.

The white-haired founder is none other than the Chief Guildmaster of the Dragon Guard and the second-ranked powerhouse on the Astonishing World List, Alaric Drakon.

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An Understated Dominance by Marina Vittori

An Understated Dominance by Marina Vittori

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An Understated Dominance is a Urban/Realistic novel for men, telling a story of Dahlia Nicholson and Dustin Rhys had been married for three years.
“An Understated Dominance” delves into themes of ambition, power, and the price of success. The novel explores the complexities of relationships …
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Summary An Understated Dominance by Marina Vittori

Dahlia Nicholson and Dustin Rhys had been married for three years. After Dahlia’s meteoric rise to success, she abandons the useless dead weight that’s Dustin, proposing divorce. Unbeknownst to her, everything she had ever achieved was only because of him.

Chapter 1 “Dustin, here is the divorce agreement prepared by Ms. Nicholson. All you need to do is sign them.” In the president’s office of the Quine Group, the secretary, Lyra Blaine, placed a piece of A4 paper on the table. A man sat opposite her, dressed in plain clothing. “Divorce? What do you mean?” Dustin Rhys was taken aback. “Do you not understand what I’m saying? Your marriage with Ms. Nicholson is over. You’re not even on the same level anymore. Your existence is nothing but a smear on the president’s reputation!” Lyra pulled no punches as she spoke. “A smear on her reputation?” Dustin frowned. “Is that how she thinks of me?” Back when they first got married, the Nicholson family was in ruinous debt. He was the one who helped them when they were at their lowest point. Now that they were rich, Dahlia Nicholson was ready to just kick him out. “Something like that.” Lyra jerked her chin toward the magazine on the table. A photo of a beautiful woman was printed on the front page. “Look at the headline on this magazine, Dustin. Ms. Nicholson’s net worth has hit one billion in the course of just three years, a feat no short of a miracle. She’s now the most desired woman in Swinton! With all this, she’s destined for greatness. But you, you’re just a regular joe. You don’t deserve her at all. I hope that you’ll see some sense and do the right thing.” When Dustin remained silent, Lyra frowned. “I know you’re not happy with this, but this is reality,” she continued. “You might have helped Ms. Nicholson when she was in trouble, but she has repaid you for everything you’ve done for her over the last three years. In fact, you’re the one who owes her now!” “Is our marriage just a business deal to her, then?” Dustin took a deep breath to suppress the emotions within. “If she wants to divorce me, let her speak to me herself.” “Ms. Nicholson is very busy. She doesn’t need to trouble herself with such trifling matters.” “Trifling matters?” Dustin was stunned. Then he laughed bitterly. “Is that so? Is divorce a trifling matter to her? She can’t even find the time to speak to me. Truly, she’s that unattainable now!” “Dustin, don’t delay this any longer.” Lyra pushed the divorce agreement toward him again. “Just sign here and you’ll get a car and a house as compensation. On top of that, you’ll also get eight million dollars. This is more than what you’ll be able to earn in your lifetime!” “Eight million dollars is a lot, but…I don’t need it. I will sign the divorce papers if she comes personally. Otherwise, I won’t sign anything,” Duston said coldly. “Don’t go too far, Dustin!” Lyra slammed her hand on the table. “Don’t say I didn’t warn you. With all her power and resources, Ms. Nicholson can divorce you easily. It’s only because she appreciates her past relationship with you that she’s allowing you to keep your dignity intact. Don’t provoke her!” “My dignity?” Dustin was a little amused by that. She didn’t even want to speak to him directly to divorce him. What kind of dignity was that? Moreover, if she really did appreciate their relationship, then why was she threatening him now?


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