The Regressed Son of a Duke is an Assassin chapter 192

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The Regressed Son of a Duke is an Assassin

Chapter 192. Turning Away (1)

“Are you sure about this? Aren’t we just wasting our time on something pointless?”

“Don’t worry about it! I’ve watched this place with my own two eyes for days and nights!”

A remote cabin was situated in the midst of a quiet mountain range.

It was more of a large house than a cabin, spacious enough to be called a mansion.

“Can you really believe it? That such a big house even exists here in these mountains, and that just two young women live inside?”

“It seems like a man lives here too! But he should be out at the moment. Usually, he leaves early in the morning and returns late at night. Saw him once in the village; he looked kind of dazed and didn’t seem like he could do much. Giggles.”

The man with the pointed beard reassured his worried companion.

“You’d be astonished seeing their faces yourself! I tell ya’, I’ve never seen such pretty women before. They must be daughters of some noble family.”

“Why would the daughters of a noble family hide away in these mountains?”

“There must be some complicated circumstances! Anyway, our job is to kidnap the girls without anyone knowing. For sure, we can sell them off for a high price! And it wouldn’t hurt for us to have a bit of fun before that.”

“As long as there’s one more, why not just kidnap them all?”

The men giggled among themselves as if the job was already successful until they heard a delicate female voice from behind.

“Do you have business at our house?”

“Argh!”

Startled, the men turned around, lips ajar in shock.

A woman with rare pink hair and an innocent face beamed a sweet smile at them.

Was this the feeling of the heart overflowing just from the sight?

She seemed to be between nineteen to twenty years old, young and extremely cute.

“No answer? Are you the quiet type?”

The woman kept smiling as she pressed for a response.

The man with the pointed beard stepped forward after clearing his throat.

“Are you the owner of this house?”

“I’m not the owner, just living here. The owner is our Papa!”

At the mention of ‘Papa,’ the men inwardly celebrated, feeling assured she was a noble’s daughter.

“Aha, I see! We’re not bad people! Rather, we’re good folks who came to help. Seems like you live without a guardian knight in these mountains, and it would be quite troublesome if any harm comes your way, right? We wanted to offer our help in this regard…”

“Lies.”

The atmosphere froze over with the woman’s firm interruption.

“You carry a wicked smell. Do you expect me to believe you’ve come to do good? You can’t fool me~.”

“Smell? What do you mean…?”

“I need to get this mess cleaned up before Emily sees it.”

Licking her lips as if salivating over some delicious food, her behavior seemed truly bizarre, sending chills down the men’s spines.

“…!”

However, that unsettling feeling soon turned into fear.

The angelic smile of the woman was gone, replaced with a visage far from human. Hearts that thumped in excitement were now pounding in terror, but legs paralyzed by fear refused to run.

“I’ll enjoy my meal…”

It was the beginning of a joyful dining time.

* * *

“What’s with you? Where have you been?”

“Just stepped out for some fresh air!”

Worried about being discovered by Emily, Nana hastily wiped her mouth.

“Brian’s late again today?”

“Looks like it. Probably getting taken advantage of by the village folk, doing useless chores…”

Emily stirred the ladle in her soup with apparent dissatisfaction.

“Today’s portion seems larger than usual, can you finish it all, little one?”

“Of course, I can eat it all!”

“What’s with that face? Did you go out and eat something?”

“I didn’t eat anything! I’ll be in my room, call me when it’s ready!”

Nana rushed into her room as though fleeing the scene.

“…?”

Before Emily could sense anything unusual, her focus returned to the soup.

Nana hurriedly collapsed on her bed upon reaching her room.

As she was about to rest, a sudden thought made her pull out a letter from the bedside drawer. The letter clearly had been read many times over.

“Miss you…”

“Whom do you miss?”

She sat up abruptly in response to the familiar voice.

The melancholy in her eyes vanished, replaced with joy and surprise.

“Papa!”

Sian had returned, sitting calmly before her.

“Didn’t you smell me coming?”

“I—It was nothing!”

Nana quickly hid the letter.

“Lord Sian, when did you arrive?”

Emily entered from the kitchen, noticing Sian’s presence and examining his face closely, happy to see the master after such a long time.

“Have you been eating well? Your face seems to have lost weight.”

“Does food alone make life worthwhile? Sometimes you need to absorb regular energy. What’s the point of staying healthy otherwise?”

Ceyram joined in, stretching out lazily on the bed.

Sian ignored the question, seemingly disinterested.

“Papa! Let’s go out! I want to go for a walk!”

“Alright, let’s go.”

Nana jumped up with glee and dashed outside.

Sian’s gaze soon turned to the drawer by the bed.

It was clear she had been reading a letter until he arrived.

He didn’t feel the need to pull out the letter to read it, but he couldn’t entirely ignore the name written on the envelope.

]Arin];

* * *

To be continued…

The Regressed Son of a Duke is an Assassin Chapter 192

Chapter 192. Turning Away (1)

“Are you sure about this? Aren’t we just wasting our time on something pointless?”

“Don’t worry about it! I’ve watched this place with my own two eyes for days and nights!”

A remote cabin was situated in the midst of a quiet mountain range.

It was more of a large house than a cabin, spacious enough to be called a mansion.

“Can you really believe it? That such a big house even exists here in these mountains, and that just two young women live inside?”

“It seems like a man lives here too! But he should be out at the moment. Usually, he leaves early in the morning and returns late at night. Saw him once in the village; he looked kind of dazed and didn’t seem like he could do much. Giggles.”

The man with the pointed beard reassured his worried companion.

“You’d be astonished seeing their faces yourself! I tell ya’, I’ve never seen such pretty women before. They must be daughters of some noble family.”

“Why would the daughters of a noble family hide away in these mountains?”

“There must be some complicated circumstances! Anyway, our job is to kidnap the girls without anyone knowing. For sure, we can sell them off for a high price! And it wouldn’t hurt for us to have a bit of fun before that.”

“As long as there’s one more, why not just kidnap them all?”

The men giggled among themselves as if the job was already successful until they heard a delicate female voice from behind.

“Do you have business at our house?”

“Argh!”

Startled, the men turned around, lips ajar in shock.

A woman with rare pink hair and an innocent face beamed a sweet smile at them.

Was this the feeling of the heart overflowing just from the sight?

She seemed to be between nineteen to twenty years old, young and extremely cute.

“No answer? Are you the quiet type?”

The woman kept smiling as she pressed for a response.

The man with the pointed beard stepped forward after clearing his throat.

“Are you the owner of this house?”

“I’m not the owner, just living here. The owner is our Papa!”

At the mention of ‘Papa,’ the men inwardly celebrated, feeling assured she was a noble’s daughter.

“Aha, I see! We’re not bad people! Rather, we’re good folks who came to help. Seems like you live without a guardian knight in these mountains, and it would be quite troublesome if any harm comes your way, right? We wanted to offer our help in this regard…”

“Lies.”

The atmosphere froze over with the woman’s firm interruption.

“You carry a wicked smell. Do you expect me to believe you’ve come to do good? You can’t fool me~.”

“Smell? What do you mean…?”

“I need to get this mess cleaned up before Emily sees it.”

Licking her lips as if salivating over some delicious food, her behavior seemed truly bizarre, sending chills down the men’s spines.

“…!”

However, that unsettling feeling soon turned into fear.

The angelic smile of the woman was gone, replaced with a visage far from human. Hearts that thumped in excitement were now pounding in terror, but legs paralyzed by fear refused to run.

“I’ll enjoy my meal…”

It was the beginning of a joyful dining time.

* * *

“What’s with you? Where have you been?”

“Just stepped out for some fresh air!”

Worried about being discovered by Emily, Nana hastily wiped her mouth.

“Brian’s late again today?”

“Looks like it. Probably getting taken advantage of by the village folk, doing useless chores…”

Emily stirred the ladle in her soup with apparent dissatisfaction.

“Today’s portion seems larger than usual, can you finish it all, little one?”

“Of course, I can eat it all!”

“What’s with that face? Did you go out and eat something?”

“I didn’t eat anything! I’ll be in my room, call me when it’s ready!”

Nana rushed into her room as though fleeing the scene.

“…?”

Before Emily could sense anything unusual, her focus returned to the soup.

Nana hurriedly collapsed on her bed upon reaching her room.

As she was about to rest, a sudden thought made her pull out a letter from the bedside drawer. The letter clearly had been read many times over.

“Miss you…”

“Whom do you miss?”

She sat up abruptly in response to the familiar voice.

The melancholy in her eyes vanished, replaced with joy and surprise.

“Papa!”

Sian had returned, sitting calmly before her.

“Didn’t you smell me coming?”

“I—It was nothing!”

Nana quickly hid the letter.

“Lord Sian, when did you arrive?”

Emily entered from the kitchen, noticing Sian’s presence and examining his face closely, happy to see the master after such a long time.

“Have you been eating well? Your face seems to have lost weight.”

“Does food alone make life worthwhile? Sometimes you need to absorb regular energy. What’s the point of staying healthy otherwise?”

Ceyram joined in, stretching out lazily on the bed.

Sian ignored the question, seemingly disinterested.

“Papa! Let’s go out! I want to go for a walk!”

“Alright, let’s go.”

Nana jumped up with glee and dashed outside.

Sian’s gaze soon turned to the drawer by the bed.

It was clear she had been reading a letter until he arrived.

He didn’t feel the need to pull out the letter to read it, but he couldn’t entirely ignore the name written on the envelope.

]Arin];

* * *

To be continued…

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