Chapter 2: My first love ended without me being able to do anything about it│Read translated stories and daily updates at: Awebstories.com
I met Musker and his brother Aaron when I was twelve years old.
Both our parents met in social circles, and the relationship has developed into a family affair.
Musker was cheerful and sociable, and he quickly earned the right to be called a friend.
Lily was shy at the time and always hid behind someone’s back with a large stuffed animal to keep an eye on me.
Lily, who is two years younger than me and a childhood friend, has always been a part of the social events that take place between my house and Musker’s house.
She was so close to Musker and the others that I initially mistook her for their sister.
As a result, everyone was always willing to give her what she desired, simply because she was the youngest in the room.
Lily appeared to regard my new presence as foreign, glared at me suspiciously, and refused to befriend me.
Daisy, her sister, would occasionally attend the gatherings.
She was thoughtful and intelligent, and had a way of energizing situations while always being mindful not to obstruct anyone.
Daisy is four years my senior compared to Musker and me, but the same age as Aaron.
Daisy and Aaron were good friends, and I was always in awe as the two beautiful people conversed happily.
Aaron was always pleasant toward me.
Even when he was speaking with Daisy, he would always speak to me when Lily and Musker left me alone.
Daisy added a smile to the conversation as well, which is why I loved the three of us together.
I began thinking about Aaron when I was fifteen years old.
“Why don’t we cement the bond between our families?” his father, Lord Hanover, joked. My father took advantage of the situation.
He joked that I should choose between Musker and Aaron, and I bolted from the scene.
Seeing Aaron laughing at the inquiries he knew I wanted to marry him.
As soon as I realized it, I felt instantly embarrassed and couldn’t take it anymore.
I used to think of him as someone I admired, but once I realized he was a man, I was unable to speak to him properly.
I was a child.
And Aaron would never accept me as a child.
I lost all sense of distance from Aaron, and I’ve been unable to approach him since.
Aaron appeared to want to say something but withdrew with a sad face when I avoided him.
We may never be able to communicate the way we used to. I will never be able to reclaim the good times I had with him as a result of my stupid actions.
Musker added to my despair by telling me this is when the two families began serious discussions about marriage.
Aaron and Daisy are dating secretly. And they have already made a commitment to marry her.
As evidence, he escorted her to a private meeting location.
They laughed and conversed in close proximity in a deserted park square.
I’ve never cried so much in my entire life as I did that day.
Musker said to me the following day, with swollen eyes, “My brother already has a partner, so why don’t you join me?”
He was direct and brusque, but I sensed his words were filled with kindness and love.
As a result, I nodded in response to his proposal to marry him.
I’m sure I’ll grow to appreciate Musker. That is what I believed.
I didn’t realize until much later that it was all in my head and that I was imagining things.