Part 3: The Spring Breeze in the Mountains (31)
Meanwhile, Erin shouted out loud against the visible visiting horse. Open and recline, put her hands together and talk.
“Lex! Where did you go?”
She quickly entered the dark empty room and screamed at the wall.
“I can’t see you, Lex!”
“Don’t worry, I’ll surely find him and get rid of him.”
“No, no, no!”
She turned around and gave a new shriek as Rowan gave her a nasty answer from behind.
“I’ll protect him!”
“You’re good at your body and your going to guards.”
He took up the struggling Erin and carried her away and walk into the bedroom.
Then, to his chagrin, a few days ago at a party, he remembered walking among people holding her in the same position. It was amazing.
“If my moonbird flies into the sky, I’ll follow you.”
No matter how magical the spell is and the personality changes, how can you put those words in your mouth?
‘He’s like a shameless guy.’
It was Roan who didn’t know he would recall what he had heard from others to himself.
“Oh, the smell of Lex!”
She clung to him, buried her face in his arms and rubbed her nose. Thanks to her body scent has been ingrained.
Why does this woman smell like this?
Roan chewed up the bedrooms door and slammed into it. Lying her on the bed, he pressed her arms with his palm and looked down, threatening.
“I’ll tie it up if I pick up any fingers.
For a moment, as if the threat had worked, Erin closed her eyes as she stared up at him. Just as he was about to take off his hands in case she fell asleep, she reached out and asked, wrapping her face lightly.
“Haah, are you still the Duke? I really want to ask you something.”
She lay in disheveled clothes, and murmured in a sorry tone to the duke in tears.
Oh shit. Her bitter green eyes bite his heart. He hurried to let her go, leaving her in a dizzying sense and the stabbing at the corner of his chest.
But strangely enough, he couldn’t let her go. He hated women who were drunk, women who were crying, and women who were running wild without notice. Erin was cleverly playing the three at the same time. But he couldn’t figure out why he couldn’t take my eyes off her.
While Rowan looked at him with an impression, Erin murmured in a hoarse voice.
“You like that kind of girl, don’t you? A woman like Lady Palladine.”
“……why is she?”
“She looks better on you than on me.”
When an unexpected name came out of her mouth, a questionable Rowan recalled watching Erin watch as he stood at the party. Are you jealous?
“What are you talking about? I’m done with her a long time ago.”
Rowan stared at her with a suspicious glance and said flatly but Erin glanced at him without any sign of understanding.
“That’s why I hate her.”
“You must have laughed a lot, didn’t you?”
“I would have. You swung the sword at me as soon as you saw me.”
“I might take the sword out again if you get more drunk.”
When he gave her a low warning in a fit of anger, Erin opened her eyes and she cowered in fear of his threats.
What’s wrong with you? You’re making so much noise?
Knowing that the reason of a drunken woman goes back and forth like a candle in front of the wind, he was at a loss for a moment.
Damn it. It’s annoying. Should he just knock her out?
When Rowan was about to contemplate, she was wrapped in light and glittered. It was a sign of magic coming back.
Why all of a sudden? As the current state of affairs and the magical powers passed through his head one after another, he realized a great thing in a moment.
But it was late. Quickly he turned his attention, but the light emanating from her colored her with gold.
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