Living As the Villainess Queen - chapter-6-youd-dare-turn-away-from-your-king
Chapter 6 – You’d Dare Turn Away from Your King?
“Kasser, the King of the Dead…” Eugene muttered to herself softly
as she saw the man that stood before her.
She couldn’t take her eyes off him.
He was like an Adonis on land. His hair was a cobalt blue.
Where Eugene was from, such hair color was only made possible through
dyeing. But in this world, the natural shine his blue locks gave off was
different from what would be the effects if it had been artificially
She remembered writing down that most people who had lived in Mahar had
naturally brown hair and brown eyes. Only a select few varied from time
Which meant his hair was special-it was a symbol of his identity and
All six kings of Mahar had their own unique set of abilities. This meant
each king had a different color of hair, which would signify just what
abilities they had exactly.
And in Mahar, he who had the blue head, and blue eyes would be the
successor of the king.
As much as Eugene was thrilled to meet one of the most important
characters in the story she had been creating and talk to him, she had to
rein it all in because she wasn’t exactly in the best position to be
doing so. She currently resided in Jin Anika’s person…
And in the story, Jin Anika was most definitely the villainess. In other
words, she was King Kasser’s mortal enemy. The bad to his good. Kasser
would also be the one to take Jin Anika’s last breath. She cursed
herself for that.
Why did I write it like that?! She thought to herself before she could
feel the beads of sweat slid down her back. Is he going to kill me then
if I mess up? She wondered worriedly…
Kasser laughed dryly as he watched her. Jin Anika was definitely acting
quite strangely than she used to-which meant she was up to no good, and
whatever schemes she had, had never boded him well. It was as he had
observed in the past after all, without fail. It wasn’t bias on his
part, rude as it may be, it was a fact.
“Well here I am,” he said to her as he swept his gaze around her room
once more, before returning his eyes to hers. “What do you want me to
do now, I wonder,” he said, holding his head up in fierce defiance, not
wanting to be swayed to do her bidding.
“Wha-I mean, yes?” She stuttered, and Kasser let out a scowl and
paced back and forth like a tiger would before its prey.
“Speak up!” He ordered harshly. “If you have something to say, then
say it clearly and with haste!”
He was well aware that the tone of his voice was well above what Marianne
had asked him to do, but her actions were beginning to irk him. He never
liked the way the queen held herself. Her very demeanor got onto his
nerves in every wrong way possible.
Eugene could only blink some more before she shifted her gaze towards the
floor. Why the king was so upset with her, she couldn’t fathom. She
could barely even remember at which part this part of the story was, or
what was happening.
The more she stayed silent, the more Kasser grew irritated…
“Look at me!” He demanded, and her eyes snapped back up to meet him.
He was openly sneering at her now, tilting his head as he continued to
“You’d dare turn away from your king?” he asked her, the venom
dripping from his voice.
This new act rubbed him off in the wrong ways as well. It wasn’t like
her at all. Eugene knew she had to do something so as not to incur his
wrath-she gave him a soft and gentle smile…
At the pleasantness of the smile, the king was taken aback. It was odd to
find her smiles pleasant. Usually, it only brought dread to his very
existence. Her unnaturally onyx irises always held a certain coldness in
them, that he could never find an ounce of warmth in it. Oftentimes, he
could almost mistake her for a human-like doll; real in the flesh but
lacking the soul to live with.
She smiled at him awkwardly, looking up at his face with innocence, and
Kasser’s eyes widened for a moment. But behind this smile was Eugene
screaming in her head-
Leave me alone!
“News has reached me.” He cleared his throat and began again.
“You’ve been skipping meals.”
“I’ve had a lot on my mind lately.” She thought of a random excuse.
“But I’m fine now, I won’t forget to eat again.”
Unable to hold his intense gaze, she looked down towards the floor once
again, completely missing the change in his expression.
T/N: I can just imagine our MC’s awkward smile. XD