“Why are we here…?”
“Why? I told you that you can come and play anytime.”
El walked into the mansion as if it was a matter of fact.
Leticia hesitated in front of the gate.
‘Can I really come in?’
Then Ian beckoned.
“Come on in.”
After a moment of hesitation, Leticia entered and mumbled to herself.
It was lonely. No, empty was the right word to describe it.
It was a huge mansion but somehow it was strangely quiet and empty. It was as if she had walked into a big empty shell.
Was it because she didn’t see people around?
Come to think of it, she didn’t see a single servant passing by.
Leticia thought it was strange, but El took her into the kitchen. Then she put a chair beside her and naturally made Leticia sit there.
“Now, sit here and watch me make it.”
“Are you sure you want to make it yourself?”
“I said I would make it for you.”
After telling Leticia to trust her, El began to prepare the ingredients. But Ian’s expression was somehow uneasy.
“I want to make tart too.”
“Don’t interrupt me.”
El pushed Ian toward Leticia as she was annoyed with Ian hovering around and bothering her.
Finally, Ian sighed and stood beside Leticia. Leticia smiled and said,
“El really wants to make tarts.”
“I know. She’s so stubborn when she’s hooked on something.” Ian said.
Sometimes Leticia was confused by the way Ian talked. She couldn’t make out if he was an older brother or a younger one.
Ian, who answered casually, glanced at Leticia. Leticia, who didn’t notice his gaze, smiled as she watched El prepare to make the tart.
“If you find her uncomfortable, I can talk to El for you.” Ian spoke.
“What?” Leticia said.
“My sister is a bit rough, but she likes people.”
Ian seemed to be worried that Leticia was uncomfortable because El had forced her to come. At once, Leticia looked at the two alternately.
Unlike the prideful and dour impression, El seemed to be very sociable and friendly. Maybe that’s why Leticia didn’t dislike El.
‘I actually thought it was burdensome to come here, but not uncomfortable.’
No, rather she felt happy.
“No, I’m fine. Thank you very much.”
They’ve only known each other for a short time. How could they be so nice to her?
How could she hate it when they showed her great hospitality?
Come to think of it, it had been a long time since someone did something like this for her.
After a moment of searching her memory, Leticia heard a sigh beside her. As soon as she turned her head, Ian was smiling softly with a look of relief.
“I’m glad to hear that. I was worried when you didn’t look happy.”
“It’s nothing, I’m fine.”
Leticia gave a slight wave, but for some reason Ian just looked at her with an odd expression. It wa
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