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    I Dislike The Male Lead’s Child

    Chapter 54


    T/N: In this novel single Quotation mark (‘) is used for internal monologue, and Quotation marks (” “) are used for external dialogue.


    “Huh?”

     

    Whoo-huh-

     

    Austell’s cold wind blew past.

     

    With an upside-down view, I saw Islet’s smiling face.

     

    I tried to say something, but my voice didn’t come out well because of embarrassment.

     

    The fleeting moment felt so long.

     

    In time as if stopped, Islet murmured towards me.

     

    “Tell him, your secret.”

     

    My secret?

     

    Are you talking about mana resistance?

     

    Before I could finish thinking, my body fell rapidly down.

     

    I closed my eyes tightly.

     

    It wasn’t scary. Because I still have Asellus’s bracelet.

     

    The bracelet used to protect me whenever Islet played a prank like this.

     

    ‘I’m glad I didn’t take it out.’

     

    While I was thinking nonsense, someone caught my body.

     

    There was a faint scent of sunshine.

     

    When I opened my closed eyes, I saw Asellus.

     

    He was trembling in anger.

     

    “…I will kill you.”

     

    “Asher?”

     

    “Bas*ard, I’m going to kill you.” [But he is like a cupid but in a masochist way]

     

    Asellus looked up at Islet.

     

    The mysteriously shining eyes were full of life.

     

    As if it was going to pop out at any moment, Asellus’s body was tense.

     

    I covered his eyes with my hand and whispered.

     

    “No.”

     

    Asellus asked in an angry voice.

     

    “Why?”

     

    “That’s–…..”

     

    What should I say?

     

    Islet is the one who breaks the curse of Austell, the one we’ve been longing for.

     

    So go ahead and bring the princess to the estate? [Again, cut the crap and talk to him, not in your mind.]

     

    As I was organizing my thoughts for a long time, I heard a low voice from above.

     

    “Why are you defending that?” [lol Asher did not see islet as a person]

     

    “…….Huh?”

     

    “Is he your real husband?”

     

    You’re still talking about my real husband.

     

    Having nothing to say, I shut my mouth.

     

    But the more I stayed silent, the calmer Asellus became.

     

    His rough breathing gradually became even, and he blinked slowly.

     

    The distorted eyebrows regained their beautiful shape.

     

    However, his gleaming golden eyes grew sharper and sharper.

     

    It was the same silence as on the eve of the storm.

     

    It was on the verge of a brawl.

     

    I sighed and tried to comfort him.

     

    “My husband is you, Asellus. And I don’t want to see the mansion collapse.”

     

    Then I felt Asellus’s cold gaze at me.

     

    “Are you serious?”

     

    I nodded. Then Asellus took a deep breath, looked at me, and whispered.

     

    “Lies, you don’t like me anymore.”

     

    “…how do you know that?”

     

    I asked with amazement.

     

    Soon there was a light of resignation in Asellus’s eyes.

     

    Asellus mumbled as if to himself.

     

    “Because you don’t blush when you see me now.”

     

    Hearing that, I breathed a sigh of relief.

     

    When I asked if my identity was revealed, it seems that was not the case.

     

    Above all, he was wrong.

     

    It wasn’t that I didn’t like him.

     

    Avril’s body was able to feel emotions that I had never had before.

     

    But now that reaction is gone.

     

    According to Islet, my ‘life force’ was reduced.

     

    I glanced up at Asellus.

     

    For some reason, he stared at me with a sad expression on his face.

     

    The eyes that demanded an answer caught my eye.

     

    Perhaps Asellus thought that my interest had waned, so he seemed upset.

     

    Maybe he is missing the princess.

     

    ‘He’s a just kid anyway.’ [Yeah, when he will pin you down on the bed, say this then.]

     

    I clicked my tongue and said.

     

    “I’m an adult.”

     

    “Adult?”

     

    “I’m just a little more mature.”

     

    I wonder if he found out about my lame excuse.

     

    Asellus didn’t say anything for a while, then put me down.

     

    Asellus turned his head away to avoid my gaze.

     

    “That doesn’t change anything, Brill.”

     

    And then he went far away.

     

    I don’t know what to say.

     


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