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The Princess and the Pauper (Arabella and Romeo) novel Chapter 1316

The Princess and the Paupers novel Chapter 1316 : Echoes of the Past

As the story progresses at Chapter 1316, the characters delve into their pasts. Secrets and hidden histories are unveiled, shedding light on the motivations and conflicts that shape their present lives. Will the details of Chapter 1316 in The Princess and the Pauper novel Arabella solve the problems and troubles in love? Let's read The Princess and the Pauper novel Arabella Chapter 1316 at Novelfreepdf.com

Sky Restaurant.

The moment Eunice linked arms with Arabella and made an entrance, heads turned.

Her beauty alone was enough to draw the eye, but her status as "Mrs. Griffith" made her shine like a star among the crowd.

The restaurant manager, spotting her arrival, hurried over. "Mrs. Griffith, it's been too long! We've been on pins and needles since your last visit, wracking our brains over what we might've done wrong. Seeing you here today is such a joy. You've finally come back!"

"Oh, Mr. Morrison, you're still the king of sweet talk," Eunice said with a chuckle, well accustomed to his flattery.

Mr. Morrison laughed, "Mrs. Griffith, we genuinely value your dining experience. It's such a rare pleasure to host you. I'll have the place cleared and redecorated in a jiffy. If you and this young lady could kindly wait a moment..."

"No need for all that fuss. We're here to eat, not to cause a scene. Just find us a table with a view," Eunice replied with sensible grace.

"But wouldn't that be a disservice to you and the young lady here?" Mr. Morrison seemed troubled.

"What, you can't arrange that?" Eunice's tone suddenly took on an authoritative edge.

"No, no, not at all! We can arrange it right away. Mrs. Griffith, this way please," Mr. Morrison stammered, almost intimidated by her commanding presence, and promptly led the way.

Eunice turned to Arabella with a softer look and smile, "A window seat offers just as lovely a view of the city's nightscape."

"I agree," Arabella said, seeing no need for a private area.


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