Chapter 10

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"N-No!" You whimper. "This can't be happening!" You fell to your knees in a heap of tears as you heard Sebastian's footsteps coming down the hallway. You quickly put your shirt back on as he opened the door. "Y/N?" He questioned as he walked over to you. "I'm so sorry. I never meant for this to happen." He said comfortingly as he rested his hand on your back. A sob escaped your lips and you immediately put your hand to your mouth. "I- can't go back to Heaven... Because I'm a demon." You wailed. "And it's not like I can go to-" Sebastian hushed you with a kiss. "It's okay, Y/N. Everything is going to be fine." You laid your head on his shoulder. "I hope so." You muttered. Sebastian sighed. "I love you, Y/N. Don't you ever doubt that." Tears began to flood your eyes. You choked back a sob. "I l-love you too, S-Sebastian." He hugged you tightly and stood up. "Sebastian-" You spun him around. "Yes, Y/N?" You were lost in his eyes. "W-Where are y-you going?" Sebastian smirked. "The Young Master requires tea." He responded. You nodded, and he was off. Once he was gone, you decided to explore the manor. You wandered down the stairs and stumbled across a kitchen. There you met one of the servants from the day before.
Bard? Bard. That was his name. "Hello, Y/N." He warmly addressed you. "What brings you here?" You smiled. "Ahh, just... Exploring." He nodded. "Beats sitting in a room all day. You wanna help with the Master's dinner?" You laughed a bit. "Sure. But, I'd better warn you, I might make you look bad."
You walked over to what Bard was cooking and began to help, which eventually became taking over entirely. "Get out the salt!" You ordered as you dropped chopped onions into a boiling pot of water. Bard did so, and you immediately sprinkled the salt into the onion-water. "So, Y/N, what are you making anyway?" You shrugged. "I don't know, but I hope it's good." Bard laughed. "As long as we don't poison it, I think we'll be fine." You nodded, and added a bunch of random oils to the mixture. "Is there any eggs in the fridge?" You asked as you made your way to the fridge. You swung the door open and rummaged through. "Mhmm... Oranges." You grabbed out the bag of oranges from the back of the fridge. "Aha! Eggs!" You exclaimed as you pulled out a carton of eggs. After not-so-carefully cracking them and dropping them into the mixture, you sighed and leaned against a wall. The kitchen door swung open, making you jump. "Sebastian! You scared the crap out of me!!" Sebastian bowed. "I'm sorry, Y/N." Bard gasped. "Wow. You must be special. Usually the apologizing is from other people, not coming from Sebastian." You laughed and stood up, walking back over to the boiling pot of -stuff- and stirred it. "What is that?" Sebastian questioned as he walked up behind you. You shrugged. "I don't know, but it's probably good." Sebastian chuckled. "You don't expect that to be the Young Master's dinner, do you?" You nodded and shrugged again. Sebastian sighed and got out a large, round pot from the cupboard. "What are you doing?" You asked as you wandered over to him. "Making real food." He replied. "So, is this a challenge?" Sebastian nodded. "It is indeed."

'Oh, it's on.'

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