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The Princess and the Pauper (Arabella and Romeo) novel Chapter 1317

The Princess and the Paupers novel Chapter 1317 : Echoes of the Past

As the story progresses at Chapter 1317, 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 1317 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 1317 at Novelfreepdf.com

"Just these dishes," Arabella said, tapping away on the tablet to place their order. Once finished, she handed the tablet back to Mr. Morrison.

“Mrs. Griffith, what would you like to have?” the manager asked.

“Oh, there's no need. My niece has ordered for both of us,” Eunice replied, shifting her attention to Arabella to engage in light conversation.


In the most expensive suite of the Dawnstar Hotel, a composed and handsome young man named Martin was confronted by his incessantly talking sister. He poured a glass of water and handed it to her, “Diana, wet your whistle before you rant.”

“Martin, I’m dead serious about this!” Diana exclaimed, her anger palpable. “You've always had my support in everything you do, even when our parents disapproved, but today! If I hadn’t been shopping with my girlfriends on Style Plaza, I wouldn’t have known that the girl you’ve taken a fancy to is such a nightmare in private!”

At her last words, Martin's brow furrowed slightly. “Diana, stick to the point and cut the personal attacks.”

“How am I attacking her personally? She’s the heiress to the Collins family, for heaven’s sake, raised by Kenneth and Louisa! And yet she commanded the sales assistant to snatch a dress from another girl’s hands, not once but twice! And when she finally met her match and got kicked out of the store.”

“Diana,” Martin interjected, unable to hide his irritation, “if she saw something she liked and wanted to buy it, that’s not a crime. The sales assistant was just misguided in taking it from another customer.”

“Martin! Are you even listening to me? Serena did it on purpose. She told the sales assistant to take it away from that girl.”

Diana was so infuriated she could barely speak, “And the trouble she’s stirred up is no small affair. Now all shops on Style Plaza won’t sell to her. So what does she do? Stands outside the shop, hurling insults at the staff, calling them lowly scum!”

Diana's upbringing made it difficult for her to repeat such vulgar words. She had witnessed Serena's tirade against the sales assistant and the smug look of satisfaction that followed.


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