I haven't read the rest of the novel, but your main character doesn't seem very emotive. Given her past, it may make sense not for her to be outwardly emotional but even the narration doesn't hint at her having any feelings about the men yelling at her or getting kicked out of the guildhall. It makes it seem like she's less part of the story and more someone who's just standing there while things happen around her.
Also, there were a couple places where you added exposition and detail that were hard to connect to what was happening in-story. For example:
Unless it was mentioned in an earlier chapter what the people in the current location typically look like, and it's drastically different from this man's description, I'm not sure how the second paragraph relates to the first. I may be missing some context from not reading the full first three chapters, but you did ask for a review on this specific one. This is the best I've got without more context. ¯_(ツ)_/¯