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Chapter 1240 Mind Your Own Business

  • Logan answered them for the Hunts, “I told my family about it, and they’re in more of a hurry tham I am. My dad even told me to hold the wedding as soon as possible. He’s worried she’d start to date someone else if I’m not proposing.” He couldn’t let these nosy neighbors spread anything nasty about the Hunts.
  • Lola heaved a sigh of relief. Even though she didn’t hear about the rumors yet, she knew everyone must be calling her a gold digger. The nosy neighbors who came previously kept socially blackmailing Logan into holding a grandiose wedding if he wanted to keep up the Jeffersons’ reputation, then these neighbors made it sound like she was trying to scam the Jeffersons out of their money. Thanks to that, Lola was worried her image might be scarred in front of Logan, but her worry lessened after Logan defended her.
  • Unwilling to give up, the neighbors shifted the topic to the dowry the other villagers’ daughters received when they got married. Lola knew they were trying to ask how much Logan was prepared to give, and she frowned when she heard it. Obviously, she was displeased, but the villagers seemed to be oblivious to it.
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