Looking at Victoria's sad face, Maximilian felt quite uncomfortable, then he agreed,
"That's right. The man who ordered Caesar Palace is......"
Suddenly, a loud shout of a bright male voice beside interrupted Maximilian's words.
"Victoria, there you are. I've been looking for you for ages.”
Then a handsome man ran towards them, who dressed in a decent white suit, with a large bouquet of red roses in his hands.
Travis Hart, the young master of Hart Family, was also a second generation rich owning tens of millions of dollars, and ran small company of his own. He was considered as a young talent in H City.
Travis was Victoria's crazy suitor. Even though Victoria was married, he still sent gifts to Victoria or treated her meals from time to time.
However, Victoria refused him every time.
"Victoria, it's for you. I just bought it."
Travis handed the large bouquet of roses in his hand to Victoria, who wiped her tears and smiled, "Thank you, but I can't accept it.”
As she spoke, her eyes fixed on Maximilian. When did he ever give her flowers during the four years?
Yeah, it was just a bouquet of flowers, but Maximilian didn't even buy one for Victoria.
Only then did Travis notice Maximilian, then his face turned ghastly and he sneered,
"Well, it is Maximilian.”
How could the wimp that everyone in H City knew about have the qualification to marry a heavenly beauty like Victoria.
Travis's heart was full of hatred for Maximilian.
Maximilian's eyebrows were slightly furrowed, then he glanced at Travis and said,
"Send flowers to my wife again?"
Travis tugged on his tie, and the corner of his mouth curled slightly as he arrogantly responded,
"What are you trying to say? One day, I'll impress Victoria, and you, you don't deserve to be with her."
With that, he turned around and, took out a small, high-grade chamber from his arms like performing conjuring tricks. He opened it, and inside was a diamond-encrusted necklace.
"Victoria, this is the new collection of Cartier, the Heavenly Fairy Star Diamond Collection. But now I can just afford to buy one of the cheapest among them for six hundred thousand dollars.
When I make more money, I'll be sure to buy you the most expensive one, Hundred Flower Fairy for thirty million dollars."