History at the Library - Chapter 46
“H…. have you ever murdered?”
At the question that came from nowhere, Aidan blinked his eyes twice without response. Now that he thought about it, he was the Black Grand Duke who carried all the bad rumors possible in the continent.
Hmm, so that’s what it is. Even if he offered to sponsor for the sake of literature to provide free inspiration for writing, since he was a dangerous person, they might not accept it. It seemed he had mentioned the sponsorship only with the thought of helping Perdie. He understood the anxiety she might be feeling. However, he also had no responsibility to kindly answer with the truth.
“I wonder.” Aidan smiled coldly and answered with a rhetorical question. At that, Vivian gripped her fists tightly, made a determined expression, took a deep breath in and shouted so loudly that the library rattled.
“Y . . you can’t kill or eat me!”
He wondered what she was doing. Aidan, who had stiffened blankly like a rock, let loose a laugh. He knew that there were a variety of rumors that circulated about him, but he didn’t know there were also rumors of cannibalism.
“Do I look like a wolf?”
Vivian muttered as embarrassment flooded over her, “It’s not that I believe in all rumors. It’s just a matter of early prevention…”
“Of course, I wouldn’t eat Perdie alive.”
Aidan’s eyes folded into half moons as his lips curled upwards. Though it was a devilish smile that appeared contrary to his words, Vivian’s heart was powerfully shocked as though it would drop with a thump. No matter what, that seductive and sensual face and body appeared to be a cheat. Wasn’t it too charming?
“Your Highness hasn’t been given some sort of important administrative job by the Royal Palace or thrown a challenge for politics, is there?”
“That means you’re jobless and wealthy, right?”
“…… Well, I don’t have much more to do than read books.”
Was she asking if I really didn’t have anything to do in a roundabout way? Aidan thought for a second. However, only his status was that of a Grand Duke, but it was the truth that he did nothing, so he responded genuinely.
Vivian continued to shyly glance up at Aidan who nodded his head obediently. The Black Grand Duke might be an incredibly, dangerous person, but she knew more than anyone that Ray was a charming person. She didn’t want to lose this chance.
“To be honest, I like Ray.”
Wouldn’t it be too much to reply without much care when she was determined to confess her love? Vivian stopped what she was about to say and momentarily glanced at Ray.
In the first place, the fact that she had come to like Ray was the first wrong step. However, since it had come to this point, Vivian decided to trust her instincts. If she met with some misfortune, then it was better to weep on the ground in regret rather than regret without having done anything.
“Ahem, in any case it’s not an emotion so deep that I can’t live without it. I just like you with light emotions. Just because Ray became your Highness the Grand Duke, these feelings won’t disappear.”
Vivian had most definitely made up her mind before this. That she would recklessly push forward even if she had even the slightest chance of possibility for a relationship.
“If you wish for me to write the best novel possible, please go out with me.”
Aidan shut his mouth at her reckless comment. When she was faced with his stiffened face, she regretted confessing her feelings 5 seconds after the act. Considering she had been determined to push forward even if she had the slimmest chance, her reaction was very timid.
Just then, Aidan grabbed Vivian’s hand, whose face had grown red and she screamed inwardly to herself. And with hurried steps, he started to drag her further inside the library. She, who had been making a tearful face, soon grew bright.
C, could this perhaps be permission……!
“I felt another presence.”
He whispered in a low voice.
Of course, that’s that. Vivian followed after him with a disappointed face as he led her.
Only after Aidan had brought them into some far corner of the library did he let go of her. It was rather problematic for him to be seen, and it would be awkward for the conversation to be interrupted at this point.
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