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The Divorced Heiress’s Revenge

The Divorced Heiress’s Revenge



The Divorced Heiress’s Revenge” is a captivating novel that delves into the intricate web of emotions, power, and retribution. The story revolves around a wealthy heiress who, after enduring a painful divorce, embarks on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment. Fueled by a desire for justice and vindication, the protagonist navigates a world of high society, betrayal, and hidden secrets. As she confronts the challenges of rebuilding her life, the novel unfolds with suspense and drama, keeping readers on the edge of their seats. Themes of resilience, personal growth, and the consequences of deceit are intricately woven into the narrative, creating a compelling exploration of the human spirit. With its rich character development and a plot filled with unexpected twists, “The Divorced Heiress’s Revenge” is a literary adventure that explores the complexities of relationships, societal expectations, and the pursuit of happiness amidst adversity

Chapter 1 Open your Eyes

Anna Brown looked at the divorce papers on the table that her husband had already signed.

She looked in the direction of the window with tears in her eyes. Justin Salvador was standing there in the glow of the afternoon sun, looking as perfect and cold as a stone sculpture and emanating an oppressive vibe.

“I’ve signed the papers. You should sign them as soon as possible so that we can finalize the divorce before Rose comes home.”

Justin put his hands behind his back and said, without glancing at her, “Since we had a prenuptial agreement, there won’t be any issues with property division. But as compensation, I will give you an additional $20 million as well as the villa in the western suburbs. After all, I won’t be able to explain it to Grandpa if you leave without taking a cent.”

Anna was dumbstruck. “Does Grandpa know that you want to divorce me?”

“Grandpa’s opinion won’t affect my decision.”

Anna’s slender body shook, so she could only hold onto the edge of the table to stabilize herself. Tears streamed down her face as she asked, “Justin, can we please stay married?”

Finally, Justin turned around and looked at her doubtfully.

He pursed his thin lips and narrowed his dark eyes. His handsome face still made Anna’s heart skip a beat.


“Because I love you.”

Anna’s eyes were red and tearful. “Justin, I love you. I still want to be your wife even if you don’t have feelings for me…”

“I’ve had enough of this, Anna. A marriage without love is torture for me.”

Justin waved her off. He did not even have the patience to listen to her. “Our marriage was a mistake from the start. You knew that I was just fighting with Grandpa back then. You also knew that I liked Rose. I just couldn’t be with her back then for certain reasons. She’s coming back from Meridan soon, and I plan to marry her, so you have to leave now that our three-year contract period is up.”

Anna lowered her head. Large teardrops fell on the table, but she quickly wiped them away.

Justin noticed it, but he did not say a word.

At this time, his phone rang. He quickly answered the call when he saw the name on the screen.

“Rose, have you boarded the plane yet?”

He had such a gentle tone that Anna wondered if it came from the same man who was so cold to her

moments ago.

Rosalind Gold said in a cheery voice over the phone, “Justin, I’m already at the Savrow Airport.”

“What? Weren’t you supposed to get in tonight?”

“I wanted to surprise you!”

“Wait for me, Rose. I’ll pick you up now!”

After that, Justin left in a hurry.

When the door slammed shut, Anna felt heartbroken and abandoned.

She had sacrificed so much for the Salvadors and had devoted herself to Justin during their marriage.

In the end, he only thought of her decade-long crush and three years of marriage as torture.

Justin acted as if he had been released from serving a three-year prison sentence and hurriedly abandoned Anna at the first opportunity. This was so that he could marry his childhood sweetheart, Rosalind Gold, whom he had been longing for.

Anna was crushed and disheartened to find that she could not do anything to win over Justin’s heart.

She took a deep breath, smiled wryly, and shook her head. Her indignant tears smudged Justin’s beautiful signature on the divorce papers.

In the evening, Justin brought Rosalind back to Tideview Manor.

Justin, the second son of the affluent Salvador family, carried a demure woman in bridal style as he walked into the manor, attracting everyone’s attention. 1

“Justin, you’re not divorced yet, so we shouldn’t be so intimate. Otherwise, Anna will resent me if she sees us.” Rosalind rubbed Justin’s chest as she spoke softly.

“She won’t.”

Justin’s eyes turned cold as he said, “So what if she sees us? I don’t love her. She’s only my wife in name, so she should know her place.”

The Salvadors gathered around Rosalind and greeted her while Anna was setting the table in the dining room.

Justin caught a glimpse of his wife’s lonely figure and smirked, thinking, ‘How could Anna be so servile to my family? Did she think that doing so would make me change my mind about the divorce? How ridiculous!’

“Young Master Justin!” After a while, the butler ran over to Justin. “Young Madam just left!”

“She left? When?”

“Just now! She didn’t take anything with her. She just took off her apron and left through the back door. A black car picked her up.”

Justin hurried back to the bedroom, which was clean and tidy. He saw the signed and tear-stained divorce agreement on the bedside table.

He frowned and walked over to the window, just in time to see a black Rolls-Royce driving away from Tideview Manor. Soon, its tail lights disappeared into the night.

Justin thought to himself, ‘Wasn’t she reluctant to leave in the afternoon? It looks like she can’t wait

to leave right now!’ 1

He felt that Anna had played him like a fool, so he took out his phone and called his secretary indignantly.

“Check whose car this belongs to. License plate number SA9999.”

“Yes, Sir.”

Five minutes later, Justin’s secretary called him back. “Mr. Salvador, I found out that the car with that

license plate number belongs to the CEO of KS Group.”

KS Group’s CEO was the eldest son of the Thompson family, Asher.

Anna came from a small town. She was poor and did not have any connections. During the past three years, Justin noticed that Anna did not even have a social circle because all she did was stay at home. How did she manage to get acquainted with Asher Thompson?

Justin thought that Anna had already found herself a rebound guy.

“Mr. Salvador, did you bring up the divorce with the young madam today?” His secretary asked


“Of course! Why would I drag it out?” Justin felt frustrated.

“Oh… But it’s the young madam’s birthday today.”

Justin was taken aback when he heard this.

In the back row of the black Rolls-Royce, Asher, the eldest son of the prestigious Thompson family, gently held Anna’s hand.

“Your second brother prepared a fireworks show for you tonight to celebrate your return.”

“I’m really not in the mood to watch fireworks.”

Anna resumed her identity as Bella Thompson, the heiress of the Thompson family. She leaned on her eldest brother’s shoulder and burst into tears.

She glanced at her old phone and read the last message she received, which was from Rosalind.

[You stole Justin from me. I told you that I’d make you give him up sooner or later. Justin is mine, so stop pestering him!]

She smiled tearfully with her eyes closed and came to a realization.

“What’s wrong? Do you still miss him after all he has done to you?” Asher hugged his sister in


“Ash, it’s my birthday today…”

“I know. Justin is a jerk for choosing to divorce you today of all days.”

“That’s why I have no regrets. Justin just killed Anna Brown.”

When she opened her eyes again, she was no longer Anna Brown, the dutiful wife of Justin Salvador. Instead, she was once again Bella Thompson, the proud heiress of KS Group. This time, she would no longer be hung up on that man.

Bella said, “I’m over him. I’ll be damned if I ever go back to him.”

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