The Former Villainess Who Went Back in Time, She Doesn’t Fix Her Bad Personality but Avoids the Execution Ending! – Chapter 89

Chapter 89: Tangled chains of fate


With every step, a clunking sound echoes from the heels. Looking around the minimalistic space, my body unconsciously shivers.

“It seems much more comfortable than the cell I was in.”

“I am a princess after all. It’s a pity that I have to be treated with such respect, even if I am a prince killer.”

“Julian-sama is safe and sound.”

Princess Chai, who was elegantly sitting on the bed, suddenly contorts her expression.

“That’s impossible! That poison can only be extracted from a plant found in Slophone. There is no such detoxification in this country.”

“My friend is a graduate of the School of Pharmacy in Slophone. It was truly a coincidence, a stroke of luck.”

“Friend? A friend who will lend you a helping hand…”

This pretty fairy contorts her face as though she were the devil.

As I watch her, my chest tightens with emotion.

“I have a friend whom I can truly trust now. I am now feeling grateful for that.”

“It’s a very admirable attitude. You look just like a pure-hearted goddess.”

Princess Chai snorted as if she truly despised it. In her past life, she would never have made such an expression.

Her eyes gleamed with resentment. I could feel the sadness hidden within them, swaying back and forth.

It’s okay.

This time, I’ll save you.

“…You lost someone important to you, didn’t you?”

As soon as I murmured those words, she opened her eyes in surprise.


“I told you, didn’t I? The pharmacist who saved Julian-sama is from Slophone. He told me about your sad rumor. Your childhood friend passed away.”

I felt the air change. It was clear that this was at the heart of Princess Chai’s troubles.

“Your relationship with that person was not publicly known, and you were not engaged. However, he was skilled enough to be allowed entry into the palace, and he saw you and that man chatting in a carefree manner many times.”


“Princess Chai. I finally understand the cause of your change.”

As I quietly spoke, she glared at me with the eyes of someone seeking revenge.

“It’s all Aliseteen’s fault! If I hadn’t thought to save you back then, this wouldn’t have happened!”

“Yes, I’m sure.”

“Yet you laughed happily without knowing anything. I wanted you to experience the same pain of losing someone important.”

Why must fate be so cruel?

“I should have never saved you! You should have died miserably!”

She spoke the very words I had thought at that time.

I approached her slowly, one step at a time. I knelt on the ground and tightly hugged her trembling body from the front.

“It’s alright. Everything will be okay.”

This time, I will be the one to save you.

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