History at the Library - Chapter 80
The next day Vivian was completely knocked out. She was about to cry because she didn’t have the strength to lift her finger.
“I told you to stop!”
“If it were an expression of refusal, I wouldn’t have pushed it that far.”
“If you can’t speak!”
“Please forgive me.”
Aiden smirked when he saw a woman with no power running wild with her mouth full. But even if he said so, he was feeling sorry. The relationship was so rough and provocative from the beginning that it was not too much to be complaining about it.
Vivian fell asleep as if she fainted. He’s been in the bedroom two more times since he woke up. In fact, Aiden was in a situation where he would have nothing to say even when a slap came.
He certainly didn’t mean to push it that far. But looking up at her imploring eyes, he was confident in devouring her lips.
He didn’t know why she looked so adorable and pretty. Maybe he was drunk with heat, but everything around her didn’t come into his sight, and she was the only one shining.
Throughout the relationship, he didn’t want to let go of the light. He wanted to grab it and he didn’t mind being crushed. That’s the only thought in his head that let go of reason.
Aiden voluntarily took matters into his own hands, perhaps because he felt responsible.
The troublesome and irritated Grand Duke was pouring soup directly into her mouth in the morning, and now he was wiping her arms and legs with a towel. Vivian was surprised but nodded, recalling yesterday’s events. She said no, but she kept doing it.
She didn’t hate it completely, but the bad thing was Aiden anyway.
“By the way, you should write before you forget.”
She cried so much that she blinked out like a carp. Then Aiden covered her eyes with a towel soaked in hot water. It was cool to press down like a massage.
“If you don’t remember, I’ll teach you again, so don’t worry.”
What does that mean? With your body again? Vivian, who still suffers from pain in her pelvis and lower abdomen, thought for a moment about whether the body can withstand more than this. But soon came to a quick conclusion and told Aiden.
“No access until I’m fully recovered.”
No matter how good pleasure is, it is not good enough to overwork the body to the limit.
“Do you have the energy to do it again?”
Aiden burst into mischief uncharacteristically when he listened to her. Whenever he saw Vivian’s reaction, which became more calm than usual due to exhaustion, his mouth tickled because he wanted to poke her somehow. He whispered furtively in the polite voice of a pleasing baritone.
“Whenever you seduce first, you don’t hate it.”
“At this rate, I’m going to lose my body before I even write a novel.”
For now, the Grand Duke needed to know about the physical strength of a writer who was more inferior than ordinary people. Vivian was better off because she had to walk around the large library alone.
“The human body is not that weak. I’ll be there for you.”
Don’t say that he wants to do it again after all that. Vivian lowered the snow-covered towel and looked suspiciously at his center with hard-to-open eyes.
Fortunately, she didn’t look excited and breathed a sigh of relief. The words were mischievous, but seeing him go back to his indifferent expression, he didn’t seem to have any intention of doing so. It was fortunate that he was a person who usually held on to reason. Once he let go of it, there was no answer.
“Can I use it as a male lead line?”
“I thought Vivian would say that.”
Aiden, who already had a perfect grasp of her, replied with a sigh.
“You don’t have to ask for it.”
“Then I’m going to organize what happened yesterday in my notebook, so I don’t need your permission, do I?”
“You have to do it here now…”
He confidently said he would write a letter of appreciation in front of the person who gave him his first pleasure. Aiden was relatively slow in figures, but yes. It wasn’t at all gone.
“Do as you please.”
He frowned and blurted the end of his words, then sighed again. He couldn’t shake off her eagerly sparkling purple eyes.
Vivian had said, It’s only been one night, and the memories have already faded away.
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