I quickly tried to make an excuse, but neither of them seemed to be convinced.
A woman living in a large house surrounded by knights with multiple layers of wards was too suspicious.

“She is the one I met the other day at Mt.

“Oh, the one you said looked like Nina.”


After all, Dirk’s eyes, who had spent the most time with me, couldn’t be fooled.
I frantically tried to think about what to do next.

Lara, who was looking around with a dubious face, eventually muttered, “Oh?” and stopped her gaze at one spot.

Isn’t this Alvin’s jacket?”

“It’s the one he was wearing yesterday.”

Apparently, they found Alvin-sama’s jacket that he had forgotten yesterday.
Lara then looked convinced.

“You must be Alvin’s girl! I knew he was getting married, but I was wondering who the other party was.”


“I wonder if Alvin made her behave like Nina, or if he will change her face soon.”


Somehow, I felt like I was told something unbelievably frightening.
What kind of person was Alvin-sama in Lara’s eyes?

“You’re marrying Alvin, aren’t you? I wondered what kind of person you would be, but I didn’t expect you to be so plain.”


The plain comment aside, what do you mean by marriage? I had never heard of Alvin-sama getting married.

“Um, marriage…that…”

“The castle is talking about it all the time.
Isn’t it you they’re talking about?”

“N-No, I don’t think so.”

I wasn’t sure, but Dirk didn’t deny it, so the marriage story was probably true.
Alvin-sama was getting married.

He said he liked me, and by the looks of it, he didn’t seem to be lying.
Still, if he was so excited about his marriage, it meant that he liked another woman besides me.

Was it possible, even though he had such a look on his face when he said that I was the only one? I had a feeling that Alvin-sama wasn’t that kind of person.

Nevertheless, if the marriage was true, it would be disrespectful and dishonest to the other person if I stayed with him.
I had to talk properly with him.

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