Duke’s Exclusive Painter - Chapter 14
Then one day, he remembered the conversations of the male students, who shared a room with him, when he was studying abroad. He unraveled his pants for the first time.
The thing that appeared bravely through the bushes was large and rough enough for even him to feel disgusted by it. Cedric grabbed the pole and stroked it with an inexperienced hand gesture, as if deceived. At that moment, an exhilarating ecstasy that relieved all his previous frustrations ran through his body. Heavy breaths burst out from the tip of his tongue. He shook his head a few times, and the situation was truly different.
From then on, Cedric now understands why boys were so passionate about this activity. It was truly a terrifying pleasure that he had just experienced for the first time in his life.
Having learned the taste of this clumsy pleasure, Cedric gradually became addicted to it. It is for this reason that the time he spent in the room, where Roslia’s paintings were kept, was getting longer.
“It arrived again.”
Time flew by and it had been a year since I became her sponsor. The Duke’s aide, James, was amazed when he opened the new painting that just arrived several weeks later. It was at this time that I (James) realized that Rosalia’s skills were true to her name. Not only that, but anyone who had seen her painting will feel that her painting was the most beautiful thing in the world.
Anyone who saw them was fascinated and couldn’t take their eyes off them for a long time.
“Everytime she sends you a picture like this, Duke, how about you give her a present as well?”
It was a pretty daunting proposition. Cedric remembered that James has a younger sister about the same age as Rosalia and asked him.
“What do you think I should give her?’
He had never been close to a woman in his life, so he didn’t know what kind of gift would be good. James, who looked at him in anguish as he rubbed his chin, proposed.
“She will like jewelry and dresses.”
Cedric remembered Rosalia, who always wears a school uniform. I thought that jewelry and dresses were too hasty to give. Above all, she might feel too burdensome to have them, as a commoner. But she may feel that she has been ignored, so she has always been careful.
James made several comments since then, but none of them fall under Cedric’s mind. James smiled awkwardly, wondering if he was talking nonsense about something in the first place. Suddenly, he thought of a gift with a different texture.
“How about inviting her to the mansion.”
I was not a bad gift in a sense of being able to show enough sincerity.
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