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An Understated Dominance Chapter 1750 by Marina Vittori

Nestled within an expansive 800 acre Rhys Memorial Park, or the Ancient House Memorial Park, was a scenic panorama. Wide pathways wandered beneath the cool shade of abundant trees, and the amenities were extensive.

Across the changing of seasons, the park transformed with an array of flowers, plants, and trees.

Spring painted a lively spectacle with blooming cherry blossoms, while summer invited a refreshing ambiance with flourishing greenery. In autumn, a mesmerizing array of cascading maple leaves took center stage, and winter cloaked the landscape in a pristine blanket of white snow.

Rhys Memorial Park opened its gates to the public. It provided a final resting place not just for the Rhys family, but also as a tribute to the soldiers who were instrumental in the monarchy’s prosperity.

Annually, on Memorial Day and All Saint’s Day, the memorial park transformed into a lively center. It attracted visitors who came to honor departed loved ones or express gratitude to fallen heroes.

This practice carried profound meaning for the West Lucozian monarchy. It recognized that the current peace and prosperity were indebted to the sacrifices of these heroes.1

An hour later, Dustin and Grace reached the main entrance of Rhys Memorial Park. They took precautions to conceal their identities through simple disguises.

Grace, wearing a textile human-skin mask, adopted a more ordinary appearance to avoid attracting attention. Despite the attempt to blend in, she exuded an extraordinary charm. It captured the attention of many as they strolled through the memorial park.

Guided by memory, Dustin made his way toward the inner depths of the park. If he remembered correctly, his mother’s grave should be situated in the most secluded section. After approximately 15 minutes of walking, Dustin finally found the tomb of the Princess Consort of West Lucozia.

Her tomb stood out with its grandeur compared to the others. A stone wall enclosed the tomb, with an arched stone gate at its center. In front of the gate stood a stone statue of the Princess Consort of West Lucozia. It was intricately carved and adorned with fresh flowers-a clear sign of regular visitation and worship.

Alba held immense prestige in the West Lucozian monarchy, second only to Rufus. During the period when Rufus dedicated himself to military endeavors, defending against external threats and suppressing bandits, she efficiently managed all internal affairs of the West Lucozian monarchy.

Whether it was economic development, improvement of living conditions, or maintenance of social order, Alba organized everything meticulously. In challenging times, she worked alongside the common people, sharing labor and meals. It was devoid of the airs of royalty.

Her efforts laid a solid foundation for the legendary life of Rufus, the invincible myth of the Black Dragon Army, and the current prosperity of the West Lucozian monarchy. Alba and Rufus collaborated to shape this world.

Even after a decade, people continued to visit her tomb every day, expressing gratitude. Dustin felt his eyes moisten as he stood before the statue. The familiar visage and warm smile of his mother seemed as though it was frozen in time.

Dustin didn’t typically dwell on such thoughts, but in the current moment, a sense of warmth and nostalgia rushed over him as he observed the surroundings.

“Mom, I’m sorry. Your son has been absent for far too long.”

Dustin approached the stone statue, sinking to his knees with a resounding thud. His eyes were slightly reddened, and his lips trembled.

He went on, “It’s hard to believe that ten years have passed in the blink of an eye. I’ve been a bad son. I regret not visiting you for such a long time.”

He added, “I made a vow, swearing to find the culprit and avenge you. Until then, I couldn’t face you. It’s been ten years, and now the mastermind is defeated. The accomplices from that time are either dead or incapacitated,

with only a few remnants left.”

Dustin promised, “I promise you, Mom, I will eliminate those who harmed you. I’ll make those beasts pay the price in blood!”

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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.
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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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