The next day, the Landor family sent a car to drive Susan to the church. At that moment, the car was waiting at the door.
Susan, dressed in the wedding gown the Landor family had sent in advance, gracefully descended the staircase.
Regardless of the story behind this marriage, it was, after all, Ben’s wedding, and a grand ceremony was expected.
Despite Charlie’s reservations about Susan, he still gifted her many luxurious items.
The wedding dress was a top–tier custom design, and the jewels were rare treasures that were hard to find.
Carl was quite surprised when he saw Susan, who had always been a coward.
Though they were twins, Yana and Susan had starkly different
Yana was strikingly beautiful, capturing attention effortlessly.
As for Susan, Carl didn’t have much of an impression.
She was always timid, often looking down or away, lacking the charisma. of her younger sister.
Therefore, in Carl’s memory, Susan was rather plain.
But at this moment, as Susan descended the stairs, her demeanor cold and indifferent, she exuded an icy elegance.
Not flamboyant, but certainly captivating.
Carl was taken aback.
And Yana was jealous.
Yana thought, “Damn it, Susan.”
To Yana, Susan was merely a tool to offer blood transfusions. How did she deserve such a beautiful wedding dress and exquisite jewelry?
Yana hadn’t anticipated the level of regard the Landor family had for Susan. Every gift they presented made Yana’s personal collection seem mundane in comparison.
Susan didn’t care about what her family thought. She calmly went downstairs and walked outside.
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As she walked past, Yana felt an inexplicable surge of resentment.
Yana gritted her teeth, blurting out, “At the beginning, the Landor family wanted me to marry Ben. You’re just a replacement!”
Yana wanted Susan to know that everything Susan now possessed was just what she didn’t want.
Yana refused to believe that Susan could remain truly unaffected.
Susan lowered her head and stopped beside Yana.
“Am I wrong?” Yana was not nervous at all, staring at Susan provocatively.
Susan looked indifferently at Yana. “You’re right. How about I tell Mr. Charlie Landor later that you will marry Ben?”
“You…” Yana gritted her teeth, rendered speechless.
While she envied the treatment Susan was receiving, the idea of
marrying into the Landor family was far from appealing.
However, Susan still stood there and looked at Yana quietly, as if waiting for her answer.
Yana couldn’t help seething internally.
Susan had never retaliated. Yana had thrown countless taunts at her in the past, and Susan had always tolerated them.
Why was today any different?
When Yana felt a bit awkward, Jane quickly tried to ease the tension. “Alright, the Landor family is of high status, and it’s not our place to change things around as we please. Susan, Yana isn’t much of a talker; just let it go. Yana, apologize.”
Jane’s thoughts were focused on making sure the wedding proceeded smoothly no matter what.
But to Yana, who had always received favoritism from her mother, it was surprising that her mother was siding with Susan this time and even asking her to apologize.
Yana clenched her teeth and refused to apologize.
Susan calmly responded, “You’re right, Yana. I’m just a replacement, Don’t worry. If you regret it, even if it means offending the Landor family, I’ll make sure to return this marriage to you.”
Susan’s words left the Miller family in utter disarray.
If they switched brides once again, it’d be an insult to the Landor family,
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and the Landor wouldn’t forgive the Miller family.
“Yana, apologize!” Carl became stern, too.
Yana, looking at her usually doting parents, found them both siding with Susan, and her face contorted with resentment.
However, Yana was afraid that Susan wouldn’t marry Ben. So she still said through gritted teeth, “Susan, I’m sorry.”
In the Miller family, Yana was used to getting her way, while Susan was often overlooked.
But today, she was forced to apologize to Susan, whom she had always looked down upon.
Yana secretly harbored a deep hatred for Susan now and wondered how long Susan could remain so composed. With Ben’s cruelty, she might not survive a week in the Landor family.
As Yana contemplated the potential hardships Susan might face, she started to feel a bit relieved.
Ben and Susan were supposed to go to the church first to make a vow.
Susan arrived on time, and so did the guests.
However, Ben, the groom, hadn’t shown up.
The guests waited patiently at first, but they couldn’t help but feel a little restless after a while.
They all wondered whether the wedding would take place or not.
Charlie cast a glance at the Miller family, finding them rather interesting, especially Yana, who seemed to take pleasure in the situation.
On the contrary, Susan, who had always been inconspicuous before, sat there quietly, displaying a remarkable level of poise.
Charlie narrowed his eyes.
He didn’t like the Miller family, nor did he like Susan.
But on such occasions, he didn’t have to give the young girl a hard time,
“Go and urge Ben,” Charlie ordered. He wasn’t entirely sure if Ben would show up though,
Ben was a workaholic. If not for Charlie’s constant prodding, he might not have agreed to this wedding in the first place.
In the Storm Group’s CEO’s office, Ben was in a fit of rage.
“Is this the code you wrote? It is terrible!”
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Then he turned to another person. “Is this your market research? Redo it!”
Ben was expressionless, resembling a tyrant, as he scolded the people who entered his office one by one.
Ben’s secretary looked at the watch, and he was a little anxious.
When Ben finished his scolding, the secretary knocked on the door carefully.
“Come in!” Ben said coldly.
The secretary held his breath and walked in gingerly.
“Go ahead!” Ben glanced down at him.
The secretary was used to seeing Ben’s face, but he still subconsciously lowered his head when Ben stared at him. Flustered, he said, “Mr.
Landor, Mr. Charlie Landor sent a message saying the bride has arrived, and everyone is waiting for you at the church.”
Ben narrowed his eyes. It occurred to him that today was his wedding day.
He was well aware of the rumors about him outside.
He thought, “I am ugly and notorious. The Miller family didn’t want Yana to marry me, but they married Susan off to me happily. Susan must not be favored in her family. In that sense, we have a bit of common ground.”
Although Ben wasn’t interested in marriage, he wanted to reassure his grandfather. So he was willing to show her respect.
“Let’s go.” Ben stood up.
The secretary breathed a sigh of relief and followed Ben out.
Another half hour passed, and Ben still hadn’t appeared.
The noise at the church was getting louder and louder.
“Susan, it seems that Ben doesn’t care about you at all,” Yana said with a smile.
Susan glanced at Yana, her gaze indifferently.
Yana, for some reason, felt uncomfortable under her gaze. “Why are you looking at me like that? I am just worried about you.”
Susan calmly said, “Is that so? Then I’ll tell Mr. Charlie Landor.”
Tell him what?” Yana was puzzled.
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Susan had already stood up. “I will tell him that you are very dissatisfied with Ben’s absence, of course.”
Yana couldn’t believe what she was hearing.
She thought, “How can Susan say these words to Mr. Landor? Is she crazy?”
Yana was being unease, while Susan had calmly walked up to Charlie. Yana wanted to rush over to stop Susan, but she dared not. She was trembling in fear.
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