Chapter 67: Foolish (part 1)

An awkward silence. 

Just a moment ago, I was appreciating the excellent soundproofing of the Baslett Estate. But not anymore. 

In the silent and calm atmosphere, the awkward situation with Shael continued.


Shael looked at me. 

I also looked at Shael, but that was only for a moment.

As soon as our eyes met, we turned our heads away.

Finding the situation unbearable, I decided to change the subject, “Please, untie the rope first.”


Fortunately, Shael untied the rope without any objections, and I was finally able to freely move my aching body.

As I was stretching my body, Shael asked, “Now, what should we do?”

I wanted to ask that question as well. 

We had just confirmed each other’s feelings. 

After I conveyed my feelings, Shael also did the same, and now we were officially lovers.

So what should we do next? 

What should I do?

“Should we do the things lovers usually do?”


What do ordinary lovers usually do?

Going out together, holding hands, hugging and kissing.

And, except for one of them, Shael and I had already done them all, and more!

Still, it would be better to try them again step by step from the beginning.

After thinking about it, I suggested it to Shael, “First of all, how about holding hands?”

I thought it was the most normal thing that lovers did.

In fact, Shael and I had already held hands.

But now, it would be different. Because now, we would be doing it as real lovers.

“Hold hands?”

“Yes, let’s do that”

Shael looked at my hand and spoke with a shy expression, “That’s… too early.”


Was it too early?

I didn’t know. No, in the first place, didn’t we hold hands several times before?

Anyways, I still nodded. Because I wanted to respect Shael’s opinion.

“Then, what should we do?”

“Let’s say greet each other first.”

Greet each other? It was the most basic thing people did while meeting a stranger.

I didn’t know if it was normal to suddenly greet each other in this situation, but… since Shael wanted to do it, I could only agree to it.

So I cleared my throat a few times and opened my mouth, “Nice to meet you?”



Shael shook her head in response to my greeting, which I did with great difficulty, bearing a great amount of shame.

When I looked at Shael with doubt, Shael pointed to the door and said, “Do it right. Go out and come in.”


It was strange, but it would be a pain to say otherwise.


As Shael said, I opened the door and went out. Then, after taking a few deep breaths, I went back into the room.



I got nervous at Shael’s trembling voice. 

It was the first time I had heard Shael say welcome.

When I thought back to the past, the voice of the villainess always sounded very cold.

[You’re late.]

She would say that even if I wasn’t late. That’s how the villainess used to greet me. 

So now, hearing Shael’s new way of greeting, I couldn’t help but feel an entirely different feeling from before.

“Long time no see.”

Obviously, I couldn’t make her wait. So I reflexively said that. 

It was a very awkward greeting. 

It’s just a greeting, but I felt very nervous.

I mean, it was normal to be that way, considering that we were quite unique as lovers. 

We went out together and held hands.

We hugged each other and slept in the same bed.

‘Now that I think about it…’

We’ve never had a proper greeting. It was something that anyone would find funny.

Shael seemed to have recalled the past as well, as she smiled and said, “Please have a seat.”

I sat down on the chair as instructed. Then I waited for Shael to say something, but she didn’t.

Shael, who looked nervous, remained silent with a blushing face.

So, I had to take the initiative again.

“What do we do now?”

“How would I know?”

Well, Shael must be a stranger when it came to relationships. But it was the same for me as well.

So the silence continued.

In the end, it was Shael who opened her mouth first.

“I read in a book that couples exchange passionate glances with each other.”

As soon as she finished her words, Shael looked at me intently.

I, too, stared at her, and said, “Like this?”

“I don’t think so.” Said Shael and turned her head away.

I could understand how she was feeling. 

It felt like being tickled.

It was a completely different sensation, where even looking at each other seemed unbearable.

[What are you staring at?]

[You’re doing something strange again, it’s pathetic!]

I recalled the memories of the past. Back then, we stared at each other as well.

Actually, it was more glaring than looking, but now… we couldn’t even do that properly. 

Because whenever I looked at Shael, I felt ashamed for some reason.

Of course, I did have the capacity to endure that much. 

But with just how cute Shael was behaving at the moment, it was honestly quite difficult.

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5 thoughts on “Chapter 67: Foolish (part 1)”

    1. Surviving somehow. You all are helping a lot, so I am grateful for that. Anyways, 2023 has been like a nightmare, with almost supernatural unfortunate events.
      But, I’m hopeful and I’m trying to make things better.

      Thank you for asking!

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