Duke’s Exclusive Painter - Chapter 5
With good manners and leadership of the family; he was elegant, dignified and carried an air of sophistication.
Others unanimously praised Cedric, saying he was a nobleman, who could keep his dignity. His origins and deeds were natural, but the foremost reason was that his private life was so neat that they could not find a single scandal belonging to him in the social world that even the most spiritual people could not avoid.
(Spiritual people – I think it was talking about the priest or people from the church. Since this novel has western Victorian BG, it’s not wrong to think this way.)
In the social world where people are close with whom, and whom, who had feud with whom; scandals relatd to the opposite sex were an event that would be talked about for days or weeks.
Anyone who has ever set foot in the social world knows how terrifying rumors are. However, youthful chivalries were hot and passionate enough to make them forget all this fear.
The young people, who had just come of age, were busy chasing after beautiful ladies. And at the tea party where young girls gather, the topic about fairly clean young men did not stop.
In a situation where interest in the opposite sex was at its peak, gossip street and scandals were very natural phenomena like the wind in the spring.
In the midst of this, there was only one reason why there was no scandal about Cedric Schulach. Except for one banquet at his coming-of-age ceremony, he did not appear in public again.
For this reason, there were many young ladies who wanted to meet him, who was rumored to be a good-looking man.
There were only a handful of people who managed to meet in the country.
The magnates quarreled over his actions. Some thought it might be because there was someone who he did not want to meet at the invited place. And others speculate that it was because of the pride he held himself as a noble, that he didn’t need to get along with other nobles. However, there was no one who could give an honest answer to this darkening questions.
In fact, Cedric Schulach was nothing but a noble among the nobles. He had flaws that no one knew about. This was a secret, a deep secret that no sage could guess.
It was that he had no sexual desire at all.
This phenomenon, which could be described as impotence in medical terms, was due to his poor family history.
Unlike the glamorous side of the moon, looking inside, the Duke family environment was very unstable.
At Silver House, Cedric’s father, the Duke of Schulach, was very attached to the beautiful Duchess. The Duke showed deep obsession to the Duchess to the extent that it would not be an exaggeration to say that it was such a pity, as the Duke expressed violent tendencies just seeing his wife, paying attention to another man.
It was purely coincidental that Cedric Schulach saw the horrifying scene.
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