Come Here, Tyrant! - Chapter 160
‘Who in the world would worry about the teacup being hot….’
It was even more so when Annie was already trusted here and there for having smart behavior.
Somehow, the teacup in her hand is hot as if it was scalding. Annie sips her tea and glances at Ejed.
Even when he was still, he was still a picture-perfect man. When his slightly wet hair was pulled back, his forehead was exposed, making him more personable. He had his shirt sleeves folded a couple of times, revealing his strong hands.
He caressed his cheeks with his veiny hands. It was as if he was checking to see if there was anything on his face.
She was, after all, looking at him so carefully that it must have been strange. Usually, Annie was the kind of person who said what she said right away, and Ejed knows that well.
He told Annie briefly.
“You didn’t ask.”
“Then don’t touch your face and just ask. What are you doing with your mouth? Just tell me.”
“Yes, I’ll tell you next time. For sure.”
“You always promise like that.”
Even if he grunts, Ejed smiles brightly as if something made him so happy.
His huge tail wags behind him like a puppy.
Annie sighed inwardly at the fact that she had taken her anger out on him. But if it wasn’t for that, she didn’t think her heart would be resolved.
‘Why am I doing this… ..’
It was a feeling she couldn’t understand.
“How’s your schedule today?”
“….. Just, well. I’m writing travel books.”
There was nothing. It was difficult to tell Ejed that she was going to take a nap.
As she trailed off her words, Ejed was silent as if contemplating something. Meanwhile, Annie hurriedly emptied the teacup and tried to leave.
But there was no need for that, and Ejed got up.
“Then I’ll go first, so take a break today.”
She couldn’t pick up the words she spat out.
At her true feelings, which she unwittingly brought out, she said, ‘Oh.’ And Ejed opened his eyes wide.
There was an awkward silence between the two of them. The first thing that broke it was the sound of Ejed’s laughter.
Annie’s cheeks reddened even more at the cheerful sound. Not knowing the people’s heart, she looked at him full of resentment.
“Is it that funny?”
“Because I like it so much.”
“I don’t want to go already, but if I stay longer, Annie won’t be able to rest well.”
He spoke as if she was someone he would see again. It’s like they can’t not see each other even for a day now.
Her heart throbs. Annie couldn’t stand it and turned her head in the opposite direction.
She seemed to have a hard time managing her expression if she kept looking at him.
Annie sighed at the tactless call and looked back at Ejed. Raising his body, he slowly approached Annie.
Ejed, who came next to her seat, bent his upper body slightly and stretched out his arms. His rough fingertips gently stroked her hair.
Annie felt that she had become a precious glass vessel he never knew would break. It was a careful and precious touch.
Her throat burned. She wondered why he suddenly felt like an adult, but the fact that he was already a grown man came to her.
Ejed was more mature than her, who was swept away by a waterfall of emotions.
“You can tell me if it hurts. Don’t hold it in too much.”
“… I’m not holding it in. It doesn’t hurt.”
“Yes, I know it would be if it was Annie. You don’t have to see me off today, so get some rest.”
Slowly releasing his hand, Ejed slowly got up again. After another brief greeting, he left.
As the door closed, Annie, who covered her face with her hands, bowed her head. She felt a tingling sensation as the back of her hand touched her knee.
The three men in the carriage were doing different things. Fizz dozed off, probably because he had eaten a lot of lunch, and Ejed stared at the moving scenery outside the window.
And Doher carefully observed Ejed. His countenance was bright when he entered the Dsev mansion, but it was better when he came out.
It’s like the situation right before the youngest brother succeeded in confessing. Doher somehow started to get more excited.
‘Now seems to be the time.’
Today’s Annie’s behavior was noticeable enough to be noticed by most people. She kept glancing at Ejed, and she got angry for nothing.
Doher smiled with great determination.
There was no way a rational woman like Annie could get angry for no reason. Even with such a sulky tone, it was filled with love.
And there’s no way Ejed couldn’t have felt it. His eyes glistened with sunlight.
Ejed will surely make a confession sooner or later. The ring box that he had prepared the other day is also very well kept.
Even though it was someone else’s love story, His heart was itching for some reason. It was even more so when he thought about the thorny road that Ejed had walked along the way.
The two will finally see the fruits of their love.
‘I think Lady Dsev is a bit confused… Still, she’ll admit it soon. fufu. I’ll have to prepare a lot of congratulatory money.’
Annie was the wisest woman Doher had ever seen. If she had declared a non-marriage, it could be corrected again.
But there was one thing he overlooked. That there is a secret between the two men and women that they do not know.
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