The interview was very successful. Olivia had a good image, smooth skin, and gentle temperament. She was very suitable for the position of cosmetics saleslady, so she started working on the same day.
She worked at the SHS Building, which was the largest shopping mall in F City. It was mainly for high and middle-class people, so it had a large daily flow of customers.
Olivia worked very hard. Every day, she was the first one to come and the last one to leave. During this time, she learned about cosmetics, took notes, and observed how other sales sold them. She learned it quickly and became familiar with it in a few days.
The manager was satisfied with her efforts.
On this day, after Olivia successfully sold a product and walked the guest out, her mobile phone rang.
Olivia said to the manager, "Manager, may I answer the phone?"
Bosses like hard-working employees, so naturally, the manager was very reasonable and agreed.
Olivia walked into the storage room with her phone. When she saw the word "Mother-in-law" on the screen, the smile on her face froze and she became nervous.
A year ago, when Everett wanted to marry her, his parents strongly opposed to it, but no matter how unsatisfied they were, they could not change Everett's mind.
They had no choice but to compromise, but in the eyes of the two elders, they had never acknowledged her as their daughter-in-law. Everett was also very considerate and never asked her to be filial to her in-laws. For the whole year, apart from the first time Everett brought her to the Weston Family to meet the two elders, she had never seen them again.
Now that her mother-in-law called, it was impossible for Olivia not to be nervous.
"Mom." Olivia's voice was soft and gentle, making people unable to hate her even if they wanted to.
"I'll be waiting for you at O Ya Restaurant. Come over now."
The tone of her mother-in-law was not friendly, but she had a good self-constraint and did not lose her temper on the phone.
However, her mother-in-law hung up the phone after she finished speaking.
Olivia looked at her phone and wanted to call Everett to tell him that his mother wanted to meet her now.
However, thinking about their current relationship, Olivia put her phone back in her pocket and came out to ask the manager for leave.
Ten minutes later, Olivia arrived at the restaurant. The waiter led her to the private room.
There was no one else in the room except her mother-in-law, Leona.
Olivia walked over and greeted softly. "Mom."
Leona looked at her from her head to her feet, and then from her feet to her head. Her eyebrows knitted tighter and tighter. "Have you forgotten your identity?"
She had business to deal with here and planned to visit her son by the way. However, before she arrived at her son's place, she saw her daughter-in-law selling cosmetics in a cosmetics store.
When was the Weston Family so poor that they have to ask their daughter-in-law to do such a lowly job outside?
Thinking about this, Leona became extremely unpleasant.
However, Olivia did not answer her. Instead, she looked at her in surprise.
Mom didn't seem to know about their divorce yet.
Leona's face darkened when she saw that Olivia was silent. "Are you listening to me or not?"
She was from a really disgraceful family, no wonder she was so unruly!
Olivia came to her senses. She quickly waved her hands to deny. "Mom, it's not like that. I..."
Leona interrupted her before she could finish. "What's the point to deny? I saw it with my own eyes! Do you want me to come and embarrass you in public?" She continued, "Olivia, let me tell you, we Weston Family can't afford such disgrace!"
Leona was furious.
She was already dissatisfied with this daughter-in-law, and now this woman was not sensible at all. How could Everett take a fancy to such a woman?
The more Leona thought about it, the angrier she got. She stood up. "Go back immediately. Quit your job. Be a good wife at home. Otherwise, don't blame me for making things difficult for you as your mother-in-law!"
Olivia frowned and felt a little anxious. "Mom, listen to me. It's not what you think."
Now, she was certain that her mother-in-law did not know about her divorce with Everett, but since she had already signed the divorce agreement, and her mother-in-law was here, there was no need for her to hide it.
However, Leona thought that she was going to argue and didn't want to listen to her. She took his bag and left.
Olivia caught up with her, but unexpectedly, when she walked out of the room, she bumped into a waiter.
The waiter was carrying some food when she bumped into him. The food in his hand was spilled on the floor and also on her clothes.
A strong and indescribable smell made Olivia feel extremely revolting. She couldn't help but cover her mouth and vomit on the spot.
When Leona heard the sound, she turned around and saw Olivia vomiting with her hands covering her mouth.
When she suddenly thought of something, her expression changed and she rushed over. "Olivia!"