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Caladium did not return to Greenville that night. Until today, even though he had gone out often, he still always came back, but now he didn’t return at all.
Could he have been subjected to indiscriminate assault? Or maybe he was scammed again. There was no way to reach him so Adelaide was anxious all day long.
“Adele. I’ve made some clothes to wear to the meeting tomorrow. Would you like to try it on?”
“If something is not right, I’ll need to fix it.” Lisianthus said in a friendly tone.
Adelaide, who was sitting on the sofa still staring at the portal, nodded her head sullenly.
“Let’s go to the dressing room.”
Lisianthus raised her up like an escort.
To get to the dressing room, they had to walk all the way down the hallway to get out. Usually, Lisianthus would leave her clothes for that day in her room, so she didn’t really get to go there.
Lisianthus, who was walking while holding her hand, gently called out her name. Adelaide, who had been staring blankly at the ground, looked up at him.
“Do you believe in Caladium, Master?”
It was a sudden question. Adelaide didn’t understand and just blinked.
“Do you believe that he really didn’t do what was in the article?”
“Of course! Caladi doesn’t do that. Lisian knows it too, he’s a good devil.”
When he asked the question again, she answered without delay. Adelaide had no doubts about Caladium at all. She believed that there was no way he could have beaten an innocent demon for no reason.
“Then stop worrying about him. If you believe in him, Caladium will surely overcome any adversity.”
He couldn’t believe he was saying something for that annoying b**tard. Lisianthus laughed at the absurdity. ‘No, this isn’t for him, it’s for Adelaide.’ He tried to defend himself.
“Adele should just believe in him and just do what Adele has to do.”
The long eyes bent and curved. He held her hands with his ungloved hands seemingly trying to cheer her up. Of course, Lisianthus did not interlock hands with her for that reason, but Adelaide accepted it like that anyway.
“Yes! Thanks, Lisian. I will do what I can!”
Adelaide nodded her head with determined eyes.
Lisianthus is right. If I do nothing and stay depressed like this, what would be the difference? The important thing is to trust and support Caladium until the end, and to do my job properly so that he will not be ashamed when he returns.
‘Besides, my strength is that I don’t have many worries! Don’t worry about it needlessly, and get your act together.’
Adelaide clasped Lisianthus’ hand tightly. She felt her energy revitalized thanks to his advice.
“Let’s go get dressed! Tomorrow we have to do a great job of overpowering the other dungeon masters!”
“Good idea, Master.”
She briskly moved her steps forward and swung the dressing room door open.
But within a few seconds, the proud smile disappeared from her lips. It was also because there were dozens of new clothes piled up in the dressing room.
“Hey, Lisian…… . Don’t tell me you made all of this yesterday?”
Please say no. Please tell me I don’t have to try everything on! Adelaide prayed in her heart. Even though Lisianthus noticed her feelings, he smiled indifferently and affirmed.
“Yes. I couldn’t sleep last night. There aren’t that many, though, so you’ll be able to try them all out in no time.”
“Shall we try this on first?” He picked up the clothes with a mischievous smile.
Adelaide saw Penelope’s figure in him for a moment. The frightening look of Penelope, who had caught her, forcing her to try on these clothes.
If she just let it be like this, she would have to try on the clothes for hours. Adelaide clenched her eyes shut and raised her voice.
“Remove everything that has checkered patterns on it!”
Dadum. Lisianthus’ pretty face was colored with shock.
“Then…… I’ll be removing half of it?”
He looked at her with a sad expression on his face. But Adelaide, who had her heart set firm, did not fall for his beauty.
“Remove everything with checkered linings.”
I hate checkereds. Adelaide declared with a stern voice.
Lisianthus’ face became pale due to that. You hate checkereds. How can you hate this elegant and classic pattern? He lowered his head sadly.
In the end, when all the checkered items were removed, there were only four items of clothing as final candidates. She ended up hurting Lisianthus unintentionally, but it was good for Adelaide anyway.
After much deliberation, she decided on the clothes for tomorrow. Contrary to what he said that they might not fit her measurements, the clothes he made fit her perfectly. As if he knew her body well without an ounce of mistake.
Adelaide, who had changed back into her room clothes, opened her mouth to scan the clothes that were not chosen by her.
“Why don’t you use the remaining fabric to make Bell’s clothes instead of my own? He runs around so much that his clothes are worn out.”
“He’ll grow up soon anyway so why would he need new clothes?”
At Lisianthus’ annoyed tone, Adelaide narrowed her eyes and stared at him. He made dozens of clothes for her but he was annoyed by just one. She knew that Lisianthus wasn’t very kind to Bell, but she didn’t know he was this kind of person.
“These days, Bell seems very depressed because Caladi has disappeared…….”
Adelaide said in a glum voice, wanting to provoke his guilt. Lisianthus nodded reluctantly, unable to resist her stinging gaze.
“Alright. I’ll also make clothes for Bell.”
“Yes. Thank you as always, Lisian.”
He took a step closer to her. They were already close enough to take a look at her measurements, but now their skins were almost pressed against each other. Adelaide was startled by the sudden touch, her eyes widened and she looked up at him.
Lisianthus let his moon-shimmering hair flow down and hugged her slowly. Soon his slightly rough lips brushed the tip of her ear.
“You can’t avoid it next time.”
He whispered in a low voice. Thanks to the dense atmosphere, Adelaide quickly noticed what he was talking about. He was talking last night about how she ran away quickly, fearing he would give her a massage.
“You have to eat well, too. Isn’t that right, Master?”
Lisianthus tilted his face at an angle, urging her to answer. Adelaide nodded her head slightly while her cheeks blushed red.
Once again, she became concerned that they were alone in the small dressing room. The hard feeling she felt on her stomach made it even more so. She knew better than anyone what was stabbing her stomach.
“Erm, Lisian…… ?”
“I am full now…… .”
“I know. I have no intention of doing it now. You should avoid overeating.”
However, the energy is already leaking out of Lisian’s skin. Adelaide swallowed her words. She instinctively knew that there was no point saying anything.
“But it’s a pity to go back like this.”
Effortlessly avoiding her gaze, she glanced at Lisianthus. He was smiling as if nothing was happening to his lower body. However, in his golden eyes, his slimy intentions were revealed.
“Can we do it lightly?”
Gulp. Adelaide swallowed. What exactly does ‘lightly’ mean? Of course she didn’t have the courage to ask. Her heart was pounding, not knowing what to expect.
“Lightly”. She trusted him and closed her eyes tightly.
That was foolish of her. He was not like any other demon, how could she believe Lisianthus who was already exuding raging energy. Even after she had been treated like that by him, she still didn’t get it. Maybe her experience with Lupinus made her mistake Lisianthus for someone normal.
Lisianthus whispered in a most satisfied voice. Soon, a rough yet soft touch was felt on her lips. He was kissing her.
His soft tongue licked her lower lip, slowly digging into the crevice as if asking for her permission. The tickling pleasure made Adelaide tighten her hand that was clenching his collar.
The kiss in the dressing room was stealthy and gentle. Like the usual Lisianthus, every move was noble and elegant.
But it soon changed.
For a moment, a deep wrinkle formed between Lisianthus’ forehead as Adelaide let out a rueful groan from the gap between her lips. Through experience, Adelaide knew that this was a sign of some sort. A sign that he was losing his control.
Unsurprisingly, Lisianthus pushed her against the wall, seemingly forgetting his words of keeping it light. Kyaa! Adelaide was startled and let out a small scream. But soon even that was swallowed by his lips.
That’s enough! Adelaide trembled as the energy pricked her skin. She tried to push Lisianthus, but her arms were weak. No, maybe she didn’t even want to push him. She might be blaming her arms because she didn’t want to admit it.
Then she suddenly became curious. Now that she herself was conflicted with complicated thoughts and deep pleasure, what kind of state was Lisianthus in and what were his thoughts. Oddly enough, she wanted to know if his appendage was maintaining its hardness and size well.
Adelaide could not suppress her curiosity. So as she kissed him passionately, she slyly leaned her body out. She felt a warm sensation on her stomach again. It was much bigger than before.
Lisianthus, who had been kissing her without stopping for breath, groaned loudly. Adelaide’s eyes glistened in unknown satisfaction. But the moment she met his dark eyes, she realized that she had done something wrong.
Hot breath touched her ear. She became stiff and silent.
“Please, don’t provoke me.”
“It makes me want to do it right here, right now.” Lisianthus whispered, crookedly bending his eyes.