Although I Am Supposed to Be the Villainess (Planned), I Just Want to Eat Confectionery – I Will Aim for a Peaceful Life with the Block Skill – Chapter 92

Although I Am Supposed to Be the Villainess (Planned), I Just Want to Eat Confectionery – I Will Aim for a Peaceful Life with the Block Skill

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Chapter 92: I’ll put a stop to any misunderstandings here

It seemed like something was going on over there.

Even from a distance, it was clear that Michelia and Albert had already awakened.

As we approached, Kvasir came towards us.

“What’s the situation?”

Kvasir, who was asked by Lars-sama, shrugged his shoulders.

“It’s been very difficult for me to tamper with the girl’s memories. Because every time I check how much she remembers and if she still remembers the skill, then I have to erase it, and I have to do this twice.”

Kvasir let out a sigh.

Furthermore, ultimately, it was nullified by the effect of the oath Linea-sama made. So, I put a spell on her that would make her unable to speak if she tried to break the oath Linea-sama made her take. I also made her promise not to speak of it to anyone.

“We were together at that time…”

In order to prevent Michelia from having nightmares from the traumatic experiences she had, I had been protecting her with my skill.

So she had been watching and listening all along.

It’s almost impossible to erase that, or we would have to go back in her memories before she woke up in the forest.

I asked if it was possible and Kvasir replied that it was impossible with the current sacred flower we had and that we would have to spend several months searching for flowers that bloomed in deep mountains and valleys.

We should be satisfied with this.

Besides… I felt that Michelia would not tell anyone.

She had knelt before me, someone she hates, and made a promise, even though she had more pride than I.

Above all, her resentments towards me should have decreased. If she understood that she wouldn’t have to be so obsessed with Albert, now that she knows the skill.

And now too, I did not feel any hostility in her sidelong glances. Rather, it seemed like she had realized something.

“The guy didn’t need to have his memory tampered with,” Kvasir continued.

Then, what exactly is going on?

“You two should have told me why you’re here now…”

“Why are you here? Even if you were kidnapped, why did Elena-sama need to use you?”

Albert asked Michelia.

Michelia, who had dropped her head, seemed to have decided to speak honestly.

“… I just couldn’t stand it.”

When she raised her head, the person she glared at was Albert.

“I thought that Linea just wanted to get engaged to you and that’s why he caused my father’s ruin. That’s why I was invited by Elena-sama to kill Linea and I accepted.”

Albert looks like he’s in pain.

Then, Lars-sama told me from the side.

“Apparently Albert was also invited by Miss Elena to get rid of you, and he cooperated in order to stop me. It’s clever, isn’t it? She made them dirty their own hands, and only needed a little help from them.”

“Her deceitful ways are amazing…”

Because it was a talk about a plan to kill myself, I didn’t know how to react. I was glad that the plan had failed.

“I couldn’t reach Count Elvasti himself, so I wanted to make Linea suffer. It wasn’t necessary…”

Michelia, not knowing how much to confess, seemed to be about to sit down and cry in her eyes.

I felt that Michelia understood my talk and felt relieved.

Yes, I don’t like Albert, so there was no need for her to hate me either.

Albert hugged Michelia in such a state.

Albert still seems to not know anything, and says something outrageous.

“It’s all Linea’s fault. She fell in love with me. And that’s the only reason you’re in the mess you’re in…”

He probably means to console her, but I can’t just ignore it.

With a snap, I couldn’t help but approach the two of them.

“Just so you know. I never once wanted to be engaged to you, Albert Herkuvis.”


I’m sure he never thought I was listening, and that I was right next to him. It’s probably because I was approaching from his diagonal side.

“I’ll tell you now because it’s hard to deal with you always having strange assumptions,” I said to Albert.

“I hate you, Albert-sama.”

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