Isabelle is an orphan living in a temple with lots of knowledge about the love between men and women thanks to red covered novels snuck in by the saints. Knowing that a priest secretly sold her as a one-night stand to the duke who kills his lovers due to shame with his inability to perform…
There is only one way to get out of this, and that is to be a married woman. At that moment, Isabelle recalled her friend, Riggs, who said he wasn’t interested in dating.
“So, Riggs, marry me.”
“The nobility refuse unless it’s a pure woman.”
“…Why do you hate the Duke of Cardiago so much?”
“Everything else is fine. Being a tyrant? If you’ve lived your life to the fullest, that could happen. But there can be no problems at night.”
Riggs was so frustrated it seemed like he was going crazy.
A few days later, the reclusive Duke of Cardiago came to the temple. Of course, the most surprising thing to Isabelle was the true identity of her friend.
“Isabelle, you wanted to get married. You can’t say no because you proposed first. I’m the closest man to your ideal type anyway.”
“My ideal type?”
“Don’t I know your ideal type? You like guys who are tall, handsome, smell of soap at night, and sleep in simple clothes. Also, on the first night, the bed should break.”
“That’s all, and I can do it for you. So marry me.”
She, who knows everything about her childhood friend, changed since they got married.
“Riggs, slow down…”
“I think I’m slow enough.”
“You weren’t always this urgent.”
Isabelle said pleadingly, but Riggs replied with a smirk.
“I was a friend then, and now I’m your husband.”