The Villain’s Sister Suffers Today - chapter-104
Translator : Missme
Editor : Aru
The solid body that was entering through an open door stopped.
“……I was wondering where you were.”
The faint, dejected voice made my ears a little sore.
Upon returning to the mansion, I could fully know who Ash was looking for
first by hearing that.
Ash took off his overcoat and came towards me, while unbuttoned his cuffs.
I was sitting on the desk in the Oval Office, not on the reception couch.
I opened my mouth thinking that Ash’s wrist, which was revealed by the
unbuttoned cuffs, was seductive.
“What have you been doing?”
I didn’t mean to do that, but it just sort of whined.
Ash, who had come to the point, stopped moving for a moment and quickly
“Did you wait?”
“…..just wondering what you did outside.”
A big hand wrapped around my forehead and swept it lightly. The bangs
that tickled the eyes followed smoothly.
“What’s the matter?”
He’s really like a ghost.
Well, this may be because I don’t hide it on my face, but I spoke
“The Count came today as well.”
Ash swept my hair back a few more times. The calm touch made me feel good.
“I think I’ve given him enough slack….”
“…No, that’s not exactly because of that why I’m doing this.”
Once I saved the Count’s life, I continued my words.
“The count said that I don’t have to come back to the kingdom
completely, but to just meet the queen instead.”
“He said just once is fine.”
“What do you want to do?”
I raised my eyes. I met the golden pupil staring straight to me, gentle
I hesitated for a moment and then opened my mouth.
“……I don’t know.”
I don’t know.
This was sincere.
“He said that the queen is sick.”
“He said she has a chronic disease. He said her heart is not in good
shape. She’s hiding it outside and still doing her duty on the day but
no one knows what she will become the next day.”
I don’t think he said anything about the day and the next day, but
that’s what he meant anyway.
“That’s why she wants to see me before she dies. Anyway, I’m her
“Is that all that Count Suena said?”
Ash fidgeted with my hair more in the middle, and soon put his hand down.
Unknowingly, when I felt regret, I picked up some documents that Ash had
put down on his desk.
I noticed that was what Ash had brought in as he entered the Oval Office.
“The count’s background check.”
Ash casually announced the illegal results.
“Want to see?”
No, well……there’s nothing I can do even if I see it but still.
I accepted a bundle of paper. The multi-page document contained quite a
I flipped through the papers one by one to look at the contents through
First of all, the count’s status was true. He is indeed a close aide of
Besides, according to this document, it was true that there was a twin
legend of the royal family of the Kingdom Viroz, and that there was a
rebel over the throne.
‘It’s true that the Queen of the Kingdom has been living in a castle
more than ever lately.….’
It was so detailed that I wondered how Ash found out about it in just a
Wait, will this increase the credibility of Count Suena’s remarks?
I hesitated when I passed the last page thinking so.
Guild Olkir, a murder contractor in the Viroz Kingdom.
“The guild itself is gone. The more.”
Ash took the documents back from my hand and added an additional
“It’s the guild that the men who were after you in the North Forest
we were in.”
Ash put the documents he had taken back on the desk. There was a clump of
paper falling down.
“I was going to wipe the guild off anyway, but… they’re already
been taken off by another party.”
“Well, I haven’t figured that out here either.”
Ash glanced at me gently. His lips were sweet.
“I don’t think the rebel forces are going to have to deal with things
I see what he’s talking about.
Rebellion is an organization that is universally reserved for action,
regardless of its size.
Why? Because it’s over when they get caught.
They had every justification to be wiped out by the nation’s armed
forces the moment they were caught.
So moving unnoticed and secretly handling things was the basis of the
basics for them.
In such a situation, it was only a foolish and inefficient waste to
destroy a guild even if they had the power to do so.
If it’s really the rebel forces that erased the guild.
“What do you want to do?”
Ash asked again.
I stopped thinking and looked into Ash’s glassy, transparent eyes.
The answer was easier said than done.
“……I want to see her.”
“You want to see her?”
When the possibility arose that Count Suena’s desperate claims might
all be lies, another resolution came into my mind.
I wonder about the queen.
I want to see what kind of person she is.
What kind of face does a person have when she fails to kill her own child
20 years ago and goes so far as to reverse her failure?
“I want to go and meet the queen in person.”
I said so and then quickly added.
Just in case if he thinks I’m trying to crawl in front of someone who
wants to kill me without any countermeasures.
“So I’m going to do this……”
Although it just came to mind, I explained my opinion that I thought was
When Ash heard it all, he seemed to be silent for a moment, then
whispered in my ear.
“……do it like that.”
“Huh? It doesn’t matter to me, but then you….”
“I don’t care.”
Then I feel much better and reassured. I nodded.
This is how it was decided.
It was a clear and quick decision.
I felt a little empty because the time I had been worrying about it alone
since the morning was so fast that it made me laugh, and I suddenly felt
a soft touch on my forehead.
When I looked up in surprise, Ash smiled naturally.
“Just on your forehead…”
“There’s something on it?”
Look at him, trying to be pretentious and flirting.
I lost my words and stared hard at him, and Ash burst into a giggle. Then
“Because I can see your forehead.”
That’s why it’s ridiculous. No, that’s just no reason.
I rubbed my forehead as if it had been burned by a slight touch of body
temperature, and suddenly I reached out my hand, thinking somewhere.
If he did it because he can see it, then me too.
“……what are you doing?”
I rolled up Ash’s right-hand shirt sleeves on a desk and fiddled with
the exposed wrist bone.
I answer as naturally as possible to the question
“Because I can see your wrist bone.”
It wasn’t exactly now, but just a little while ago, when Ash unbuttoned
his sleeve, I saw it at first glance, and from then on, I was thinking
about it and wanted to touch it.
It might be said that popping out like peach bones stimulated people’s
desire to touch (?)
How much was I satisfying my impure desire while groping Ash’s wrist?
Suddenly my forehead felt itchy.
Huh? It tickles? Why…….
“Are you seducing me now?”
Ash’s voice sounded husky.
I knew what it was that tickled my forehead like a feather. It was
Oh, no, wait a minute.
I can’t talk to him this close……and seduction?
“What, what seduction?”
“Because your hands are so soft and touch me so intimacy. I feel like
I’m being seduced.”
“What so intimacy!”
Ugh, I’ve never touched him so intimacy!
I hesitated to protest actively. If I moved here more, I could touch his
Ash whispered, keeping me locked between his arms.
“I was tempted anyway, so I want you to take responsibility.”
I mean, why would I seduce…..
If so, wouldn’t you be the beginning of temptation, since you secretly
exposed your wrist bones to me?
I hesitated for a moment to say this and then quit.
To be honest, I don’t think it’s an important issue who seduced first
in this situation.
More than that I suddenly wanted to correct something else.
I raised one hand and swept Ash’s shoulder slightly down.
Then I took the other hand to the front of Ash’s shirt and put my index
finger up and slipped it against his hard chest.
Slow and slow, touching buttons one by one.
“……it’s like this.”
Well, hang on.
It was nice to have spontaneously followed it because I remembered what I
had seen in the past, but the problem is that after I did it, the
awareness that I was too frustrated started to come in. What should I do?
And Ash didn’t give me time to think long.
He lifted me up right away and moved me on a soft sofa, not on the desk
in the Oval Office.
I blinked, looking up at Ash, lying halfway down.
Somehow the turtleneck moved loudly.
“It’s not my fault today, even if the kiss gets longer.”
“Make it clear.”
‘The first step was good.’
Soon after, my thoughts were eaten by Ash with breathing.
I couldn’t get out of Ash’s office much later than I expected this
day, but there was no complaint at all, as a matter of course.