I Fell for the Temptation of the Evil Crown Prince - Chapter 6
Twisted Engagement (6)
Rowena’s face turned red as she lowered her head, made eye contact, and mumbled. From her expression, it was clear that she was already imagining something naughty.
Cecil continued with a strange smile.
“I will hold you there day and night, and make you a body that you cannot live without the lewd pleasures I give you.”
The startled Rowena recoiled. But Cecil narrowed the distance down immediately as if it were unacceptable.
“My bedroom teacher, you can do it, right?”
“Yes, no, no! No! This is not…”
Cecil laughed inwardly at Rowena’s bewildered appearance.
“Can you do it? Or are you going to be locked in my room and held by me?”
“I-I can do it!”
Rowena, who unknowingly became a bedroom teacher, flushed from head to toe. She had never kissed before, how could she do that?!
Rowena came to her senses belatedly.
“I’m not engaged to you yet!”
“Did you notice? But what do we do?”
Cecil looked at Rowena with a brazen face, unable to be natural.
“You promised me to be my bedroom teacher. Count Adelia wouldn’t allow this if it wasn’t official, so I think we should get engaged.”
What is this law?
Rowena looked at Cecil in astonishment.
“Well, that’s not fair! I never made that promise!”
“Didn’t you do it just now? I’m not backing down.”
Rowena was dead when Cecil took the first word of the bedroom teacher to Count Adelia. The count would try to use that excuse to pin Rowena to Cecil somehow.
I can’t get out of this!
The only thing left was to run away, but there was a difference between the weight of a lady from a count family running away and that of the emperor’s fiancée running away. Cecil’s ability to find Rowena in less than a month was certain!
“What’s the problem? If you don’t fall in love with me until a year later, that’s enough. If your heart remains the same after a year, I’ll divorce you”
“Oh, then if I have a baby?”
“I’ll give you contraception for a year.”
He didn’t seem to have any intention of using separate rooms. Rowena looked at Cecil with a tearful look. Cecil said with a soft face.
“I won’t do anything that you say no to, so don’t worry. Kissing, touching… I’ll wait for you to come to me.”
“But you said you wouldn’t give up the engagement!”
“Do we have to? If we don’t get engaged now, there’s no telling where you would run off to.”
At Cecil’s words, Rowena thought her license had been discovered. He didn’t know about that. No, she thought he did. Cecil continued, thinking.
“You were going to get a license and become an earl. Is it not?”
Rowena’s expression hardened. It seemed that he really knew it. Cecil whispered with a smile around his mouth.
“You’d better give up on that path. Wherever you go, you have to reveal your last name Adelia to use that qualification. Do you really think the count won’t find you?”
Adelia’s name was not that great, so she thought she could go to a local city. The empire was really big. She didn’t expect the count to follow her there.
But if the person who saw her license sent a letter to Count Adelia, it was all over.
“It’ll only be a year. If you stay by my side for a year, you will be free. I don’t think that’s a bad offer”
The former queen was treated as a marquis even if she had no children with the emperor. Depending on her status, she was granted an estate or a pension, so it was not as bad as Cecil said.
Rowena was unlikely to let Cecil keep his promise.
There’s no other way!
The coveted bait was shaking before her eyes, and Rowena finally decided to fall for what he said.
“Well, do you really have to keep your promise?!”
There has never been a time when Cecil’s smiling face was more unreliable than this. That expression was definitely caught! He looked like that.
“Really, really! You have to protect me!”
Cecil smirked as he stomped and spoke.
“Yeah. Do you want me to write you a contract?”
When Rowena seemed to really ask for it, Cecil quickly changed his words. Rowena wanted to hang on to Cecil to write the contract, but her opponent was the crown prince. He was a difficult opponent!
“Take the royal carriage when you go back. You must have snuck out, so you walked here, right?
It was because she had to save money. Of course, the carriage was not the problem for Rowena today.
“You said you’d write me a contract!”
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