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Chapter 170 Part 1 - The Founder of Great Financial Family

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Gold Vein War #3(2)

Having run out of things to say, she stared intently at Rockefeller.

What should she say here?

He was always like that.

"You're going to be my wife like that. Do you dislike it?"

As Rockefeller asked while looking at her expression, she hesitated for a moment before answering.

"Since it wasn't the marriage I wanted, if you don't like it, we can consider divorce. It will be difficult, though."

"Thank you for even saying that."

"Or you can live separately for the rest of your life. I won't be disappointed either way."

He really meant it when he said he wouldn't be disappointed.

"I will respect whatever choice you make. However, that's only if you listen to my request from earlier."

"Your request... Are you talking about what you mentioned earlier?"

"Yes. If you handle that matter well, I will respect whatever decision you make afterward. Be it divorce, living separately for the rest of our lives, or even living together. Do whatever you want. Is there anything better than this?"

After hesitating for a moment, she decided to agree, given the freedom of choice she was offered.

"Alright. But please respect whatever decision I make later."

Rockefeller, who showed a light smile, didn't hesitate.

"Of course."

As Rockefeller finished talking to her and was about to leave, Sinclair approached him.

"Did you persuade my child well?"

Seeing him alone, it seemed that the persuasion had failed.

He wanted to say something, but given his position, he couldn't.

Rockefeller said to Sinclair,

"I've talked nicely for now. You don't have to worry too much about your daughter. And we will be moving soon, so please bear with it. Everything is for her and me."

"A matter? What kind of matter did you ask of my daughter?"

"What's the point of having a good wife if you can't borrow her strength when needed?"

"My daughter won't be so easy. You've really asked her to do something."

After saying their goodbyes, Rockefeller got into the carriage and left Sinclair's mansion.

Sinclair, watching Rockefeller leave, immediately went to find his daughter.

"Why didn't you follow him?"

At that moment, Isabella seemed quite busy, as if she was about to go out.

"Did you meet him?"

"Of course I met him. I was expecting him to take you, but he just left alone. Did you refuse?"

"No, I didn't refuse. It's just..."

From her perspective, there was no reason to talk about the promise she made with him.

"It's just a matter between us. You don't have to worry, Father."

"Is there really nothing going on?"

"Yes, there's nothing going on."

"What are you going to do then? What is it?"

"He asked me for a favor, so I'm going to try to do it."

"There are many others, why would he ask you?"

"You know what kind of person I am, Father. There's no better magician than me, so please understand."

Sinclair's expression became serious.

"He's not trying to use you, is he?"

"Father, he's not that thoughtless. It's just that I'm the only suitable person for this task, so he asked me. And there's also something I'll receive if I succeed."

"Something to receive?"

"Yes, it's good for me, so please understand it like that."

"Can't you tell me what it is?"

"It's not a big deal. It's just... I think it's better if you don't know about this. There's no benefit in knowing."

"No benefit in knowing?"

The man who founded a new family that could be called a financial powerhouse at a young age and held unparalleled power in the empire.

His intentions were inscrutable, and his actions were nothing short of miraculous.

If such a man asked his daughter to do something, it was bound to be a matter of concern for him.

'I should say something.'

"Listen, our family is no longer hostile to him because you married him. You should know this."

She was not unaware of what the head of the family was trying to say.

"I know. He's someone we can't be distant from. I know this better than anyone."

"It's better to have such a person on our side than as an enemy. And if we distance ourselves, Tepez will be the only one to benefit."

There was no use saying more to his grown-up daughter.

"Since you know this, I still hope you'll make some sacrifices for the sake of our family. This is not a request from your father, but as the head of the household."

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