“Maybe they’re concerned about your marriage,” Lorraine said with a nod.
Lola could only nod in agreement. “Yeah, maybe.” Far from being concerned, they’re just thirsty for a bunch of gossip, she thought silently.
Despite that, she recalled her conversation with her mother in the kitchen earlier about the bridal price. If this got out, the whole village would be in a buzz, and she had no idea how these people would criticize her behind her back.
Without a doubt, there would be talks about her being a gold-digger, and she could even imagine that some people would suspect her of being a sugar baby to Logan. Or else, there would be no reason for a wealthy family like the Jeffersons to take a fancy on her since there were plenty of beautiful girls in the world.
Everyone could tell that there was nothing extraordinary about her looks, education level and job. Not even her family background was exceptional, so what made her so special?
She didn’t even want to think about it; just the thought of all these gave her a headache.