The bride of the white night - Chapter 19
Even before I met him, I had the heart to betray him. The realization made her heart ache again. Knowing that she had no shame, Aisa couldn’t turn away from what she wanted. She gently licked her lips. “Kah, Caleb… ..nim.”
Then, the man’s eyes melted so softly. He whispered sweetly and lowly. “Wife.”
Only after he left the bedroom did Aisa realize. She knew that Caleb had told her his nickname. It means to call you by a nickname. Caleb left and Aisa sat there blankly.
The girl only found out later. Even after hearing Aisa’s confession, Caleb had no intention of letting her go. They have already been married, have their names written on their vows, and have a choir. If Caleb had no intention of ending the wedding because of her infidelity, now it meant only one thing. Their marriage will go on like this.
This means that Aisa is now Caleb’s wife, and Caleb is Aisa’s husband. Overwhelmed by that fact, Aisa spent the night with her eyes wide open. Aisa still couldn’t believe the reality. Her husband Caleb had accepted her.
And he treated her with the utmost kindness. Perhaps because of his orders, everyone in the Ainar Castle was treating Aisa with the utmost respect. Not to mention the loyalty of the maids and servants who looked after her affairs, and the affluence and luxury of what they wore, what they ate, and where they lived was unbelievable. And when Aisa was able to walk out of the bedroom, the castle maid came with the storehouse key and ledger and was about to report on the ledgers, and she was astonished.
Aisa refused, waving her hand. “Oh, no, no! I wasn’t properly educated for this kind of work… so I think the chieftain should do it the way he used to…” As she answered, Aisa felt shame again.
A woman who was married to the Grand Duke as a princess of a country confesses that she doesn’t know anything about the castle’s maintenance.
She couldn’t help but be ashamed. It was disappointing. When she was in Cordo, it would have been better if she had studied a little and tried to prepare. However, it was impossible. Cordo did not recognize her as a real princess. They just saw her as a commodity to be sold in order to obtain a mine.
It seems that her very existence shows how Cordo thinks and despises Ainar, so Aisa felt sorry again. And everyone in this castle was so kind. The steward as well. “Coming to Gad Ainar, everything will be strange to you, so it is only natural. You don’t have to feel burdened. In practice, all of the following should be processed and a report will be posted, you can learn it slowly.”
Then, she gave the key to Ainar Castle in to Aisa’s hand and went out. “This symbolizes the authority of the Grand Duchess. It must not be handed over to anyone other than the Duke or his deputy.”
After the steward left, Aisa stared blankly at the large platinum key. Just holding this in my hand seemed like a big sin. To everyone in Ainar. And above all, to him.
It was the next day that Caleb suddenly appeared again. He suddenly entered the bedroom and suddenly spoke to her, who was only sighing. “The maids can’t take care of their mistresses properly.”
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