Marquis Leroy smiled contentedly as he sipped his tea on a lazy afternoon in his drawing room.
However the expression on Seios’ face, sitting on the other side of the room, was unusual.
“What is so important about your business?”
“What do you mean?”
Seios managed to swallow a sigh as the Marquis looked at him in confusion.
After excommunicating Leticia, he was disappointed more and more by Marquis Leroy, who only ever talked about his business without a single worry.
“Do you know how Leticia is doing?”
He asked him in case the Marquis didn’t know.
Fortunately, Marquis Leroy frowned slightly, as if he knew where his daughter was. However, the words that followed didn’t feel fortunate.
“I hear she’s hanging around that unlucky Duke Achilles again.”
It sounded like he was glad he’d kicked her out.
Marquis Leroy said it with a small click of his tongue, and Seios naturally sighed in disgust.
“Is that all you have to say about that child?”
“What more do we need to say?”
Seios turned his head as if he couldn’t believe the Marquis didn’t care. That or he was trying to hold his tongue. He glared angrily at Marquis.
“How can you leave your child behind and move on?”
“It was inevitable that Leticia was sent away for the sake of the other children…”
“Stop, I don’t want to hear any more.”
He had no words.
Seios rose from his seat while trying to suppress his mixed feelings. There was no reason to be here anymore.
‘I’m worried about her.’
He couldn’t even dare to imagine the scars she must have from being abandoned by her family.
He thought he should visit the girl in person and check with his own eyes to see if she’s doing well. Seios also wanted to keep his promise to help her find out what her ability is.
Since there was no reason to be here anymore, he got up and left the drawing room. Surprised by him leaving without a word, Marquis Leroy called out with a puzzled look, but Seios never looked back.
As Seios was about to go look for Leticia, he felt someone approaching him. He turned around and found Emil standing there.
“What’s going on?”
“I’m here to give you a letter.”
“Aren’t you worried?”
“About your sister.”
At that, Emil shut up for a moment. It was easy to see that the ‘sister’ Seios was referring to was Leticia, and not Diana.
“I’m sure she’s doing fine where she is.”
His voice sounded more displeased than worried. Seios couldn’t hide the complex feelings he was having.
‘This guy or that guy.’
Perhaps it was better to be excommunicated.
Seios, who had to hold his tongue briefly, looked at who sent the letter to him. As soon as he checked, his expression hardened.
‘As expected, he was alive.’
The news was that there was a child who survived the Erebos family, which had fallen due to treason.
He had expected at least one person to be alive,
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