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“No, I never said that I don’t look good, did I?”

“I’ll pretend I haven’t heard that.”

I just cut him off coldly.

Daisy already saw Logan’s face, so her standard must have been raised.
I looked at the discouraged George and spoke something that just came to my mind.

“Oh, I forgot to mention this.
There was one more important thing.”

“What else is there…?”

George didn’t seem to be expecting much anymore.
Hope had already left him.

I looked at him and smiled graciously. 

“Sexual compatibility is also very important.”


George did not meet all three of the conditions I mentioned.
He didn’t even intend to get mad at me for saying insulting things.
He just let out a deep sigh, losing his will.

I left the tea house first, leaving behind the dumbstruck George.

George, it’s been distasteful.
Let’s not meet again.

After having George completely crushed, I went to see Logan.
Today, before going to the library, we decided to eat at a restaurant first.
We would also be able to share stories about places where magic resided this way.

“You’re here.”

Logan arrived at the restaurant before me and was waiting for me.
I was quite early myself, then how fast did it take him to come here?

I went in with him.
After ordering, I was the first to speak.

“Maybe the wizard Blanche has something to do with it.
Do you remember the book I showed you last time? There, it says Blanche often did some mischievous things.
Maybe the Fountain of Magic was also cast with his spells?”

“Was there any mention of Blanche’s visit to the Fountain of Magic?”

Logan asked me, holding the glass of water in front of him with both hands.

“There wasn’t, but I think it’s possible.
So we’re going to find records about Blanche and see where he lived.
We might find out something that wasn’t mentioned in the book.”

“Fair point.”

“Right? We will track Blanche’s traces!”

I said, eyes sparkling with enthusiasm.

But Logan’s reaction was not much.

Was I the only one excited? Why?

I tilted my head, and he spoke in a low voice.

“I have to travel alone again…”

He sounded somewhat lonely.
I didn’t know why he reacted that way.

He said he was interested in magic though? Didn’t he want to visit a place where magic resided? Last time he also went to the Marquisate alone, so I had no idea why he was like that.
Confused, I looked at him and said.

“If you are planning to go this time, try not to get hurt.
I’m sorry you had to suffer so much last time.”

“….All right.”

He nodded.
Did he feel that I was worried? The corners of his lips moved slightly as he answered quietly.

Did he smile just now? When I saw him at the masquerade, his smile was more expressive than this.

In order to determine whether Logan was smiling or not, I paid close attention to his lips.

But it seemed that Logan was also looking intently at a particular place on me.

“You didn’t wear your necklace today.”

“Pardon? Ah, so, funny story.”


“I came out with the necklace I got as a gift.
And then I met the person who gave it to me.
He was asking me to give it back to him.
So I return it to him.”


Logan frowned.

On second thought, it wasn’t that ridiculous.
It was also my fault for saying that I would definitely get him Daisy, just to discover a shortcut to my plan at the last minute.

Talking about George any further would only make me feel bad, so I switched the topic to something other than the necklace.

And at the end of the evening that followed, Nancy came to my room.

She was holding a gift box.

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