My Younger Brother Is Salivating After Me - Chapter 2
I couldn’t understand the current situation, and a desperate intuition surrounded me. I couldn’t figure out why I was wearing a wedding dress and lying on the hostess’s bed!
Yasmine pressed her throbbing forehead with her palm and searched through her memory. While she was resting in the room, faded memories came back to her.
She had been told that her husband had been chosen. When the General asked if she really had to marry, and she insisted she did, he carelessly touched the wedding dress she had put on the table and urged her to try it on.
In fact, Yasmine’s marriage was promoted unilaterally by the Old Lady, so there was no need for the intention of consent let alone her willingness. She wanted to break the marriage, but when she found out that the story with the Seo family had already progressed considerably, and even though she expressed her intention to rather go back to her hometown instead of getting married, the Old Lady dismissed her wishes without a second thought.
It was an unwanted marriage from the very beginning, and the partner wasn’t the one she had in mind. Therefore, Yasmine did not want to wear even the finest wedding clothes.
Yasmine gave an excuse for not being able to wear a wedding dress in front of a man other than the groom. When she refused, the General took out the red wedding fabric on top of the box and said he would definitely want to see Yasmine in the wedding dress. He said, “If my sister, who has cared for me so far, is going to marry, why don’t we make her the prettiest bride in the Kingdom?”
I don’t know why the words of the General sprang up in my hazy mind.
Yasmine couldn’t even wear the clothes herself anymore because he even called for a maidservant to help her dress up.
The General basically forced her to dress up as a bride.
During the dressing, the attendants were asked to bring jewelry and high-quality flower wines that would have been found only in the treasure house of the Jang family. The table was filled with delicately carved gold hairpins, coral necklaces, and pearl ornaments, but nothing sparked Yasmine’s interest. When she didn’t show any intention to choose any of the precious ornaments, the general picked up a golden hairpin and put it on Yasmine’s hair himself.
The maidservants looked at the well-dressed Yasmine satisfactorily and the General handed her a glass of alcohol. “Drink to celebrate your marriage. Congratulations.”
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