“I don’t have a proper date. I don’t think the Princess wants to be responsible at all.”

“……I don’t want to marry someone I love. Does Chester love me?”

“Why do you ask?”

Why do I ask? Of course, I’m saying it with the intention of not marrying you.

“The Duke doesn’t love me.”

“…Why do you think so?”

“Don’t you want my body, not my love?”

The moment he heard my words, he frowned.

“Do I seem like such scum?”

Aren’t you? You, in the original story, acted like complete trash.

What should I call you besides trash when you killed a woman’s family because you found her love annoying.

Of course, that hast happened yet.

“…You never said that you love me.”

I thought I could use this as an excuse.

If I don’t get entangled with the villain, there will be no risk of my dad and brother getting killed.

For that reason, I should no longer be entangled with the villain anymore.

“I don’t love the Duke either, but I don’t want to marry you who doesn’t love me.”

“Does love necessarily have to be spiritual?”

Then? What else besides spiritual?

“I guess the princess doesn’t seem to even treat physical love as love.”

The moment I heard those words, I was at a loss for words.

“I want to have spiritual love.”

“I’ll do it.”


“Should we start dating first?”


I really couldn’t say anything. I was just trying to say I didn’t like you.

Dating? There was never a desire to be involved with the villain.

You want me to start dating you?

“No. The Duke is……”

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