The Divorced Heiress Revenge Chapter 833

The Divorced Heiress Revenge

The Divorced Heiress Revenge Chapter 833-Bella took Arnold out to lunch at the dining hall. Meanwhile, Asher headed back to his room and locked the door behind him.

Asher went to the study and sat at his desk. The perpetual smile on his face slowly stiffened, and his fingers worked to loosen his tie and unbutton his collar. With each button undone, he felt a little more at ease.

A silver cross dangled out of his shirt, shining with a dim light.

As Asher closed his eyes and took a deep breath, his mind wandered away from Arnold’s face, and another person’s image flashed before him.

At the restaurant, Bella had whipped up a spread of delicious dishes for Arnold.

Although it had been a long time since she had cooked, her skills hadn’t dulled one bit. In fact, her cooking skills were so exquisite that even the family’s chef wanted to learn a few tricks from her.

Arnold’s stomach rumbled as he eyed the mouth-watering spread on the table.

“It’s just some simple food, Dr. Larson. Please give it a taste,” Bella encouraged, a smile playing on her lips.

But Arnold was a man with a principle. He couldn’t be swayed by a mere meal. He took a deep breath and looked coldly at Bella. “Ms.

Thompson, although you are my aunt’s beloved daughter, your status holds little value to me.” He continued, “I made it clear on the phone before. I don’t treat the rich. Justin is the president of the Salvador Corporation. He has plenty of doctors lined up to kiss up to the Salvador family. They will do everything they can to treat him. I’m not needed. I am a man of my word. If I say no, no one can change my mind. You’d better not waste your energy.” Bella wondered. ‘Hmm? Did Ash not treat him well enough?’ She calmly met his gaze, unfazed. She knew that men had a common weakness-pride and the desire to win.

Bella picked up her teacup, took a sip of tea, and said casually, “Dr. Larson, I know you’re a highly skilled doctor and are very confident with your medical skills. You have never failed in your medical career, and not even once have you had a failed surgery. As long as you take over a patient, you can guarantee a 100% chance of recovery. But that’s because you only take on patients with a guaranteed chance of recovery, right?”

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