The Former Villainess Who Went Back in Time, She Doesn’t Fix Her Bad Personality but Avoids the Execution Ending! – Chapter 92

Chapter 92: I’m not saying good-bye

I am once again reminded that the world is still full of wonders, that such a strange power actually exists.

“Now, we don’t have much time. We don’t know when you will be moved to an even more secure prison. If you’re going to use your power, now is the only chance.”

Princess Chai is the fourth princess of Slophone, and cannot be punished immediately in this situation.

However, Princess Chai did not seem to have any intentions of escaping or hiding, and even used poison from a plant that can only be found in Slophone to make it clear that the culprit was herself.

Furthermore, she admits to attempting to poison Julian-sama. She will almost certainly be executed soon.

We must absolutely avoid that.

“Please remember that this is my wish. It is not your wish to be with the one you love, but mine.”

“…Aliseteen.”

Her expression, now back to her senses, is filled with sorrow. It must be because her revenge did not succeed.

It’s because you’re thinking of me.

“Even if I could use my power again, I’m not sure if I can leave you with memories again.”

“But you said it doesn’t matter, right? I’ve already made up my mind.”

“But even so…”

I gently held Princess Chai’s hand, which she was still undecided about. And then, I smiled quietly.

“We didn’t do so well the first or second time. But I’m sure we can have a good relationship on the third try.”

“A good relationship?”

“Yes, like being friends…or something.”

I thought it might be disrespectful to suggest this to a princess, but she only smiled sadly and quietly.

“…I’m sorry, Aliseteen.”

“I won’t forgive you for what you did to Julian, but I don’t want to hate each other either.”

“You’re strong.”

Princess Chai released my hand and stood up lightly. The figure illuminated by the moonlight leaking through the lattice door was as beautiful as a real fairy.

“It was a full moon that day too.”

“…Yes.”

I slowly close my eyelids. Now, I can no longer recall the coldness of the floor when I was locked up in a cell.

“May the blessings of God be upon you.”

“It’s an honor, Princess Chai.”

The bright flash was so intense that I could feel it even with my eyes closed. In my heart, I imagine the person I think is the most beloved in this world.


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