I Went Out With a Losing Heroine, But Before I knew It, My Childhood Friend, Who's Supposed to be The Winning Heroine Thought We Were Dating, Got Angry and Went Into an Argument - Chapter 14
- I Went Out With a Losing Heroine, But Before I knew It, My Childhood Friend, Who's Supposed to be The Winning Heroine Thought We Were Dating, Got Angry and Went Into an Argument
- Chapter 14 - "Retribution of the (Fallen) Angel"
Marin, who was sulking after being teased, quietly got up from her seat without making a sound.
She stood up so quietly that Yō, who was looking down at his phone, didn’t even notice.
Marin walked right behind Yō, drawing all the attention of the students in the cafeteria.
“You were so kind to me last night, but you’ve become so cold after a goodnight’s sleep…”
It’s not the usual cute voice, but a deliberately made bewitching voice whispered so.
Suddenly, both hands were placed on Yō’s shoulders and a seductive voice in the ear made him freeze involuntarily.
Seeing Yō in this state, Marin gave him a further push.
“Are you tired of me already…?”
When Yō unexpectedly turned around, Marin’s expression was clouded with sadness.
However, her mouth is slightly smiling.
It was at this point that Yō realized that his assessment of Marin was wrong.
He thought that if he dared to push away Marin, who had just made fun of him, she would not do the same thing again, but she retaliated in the way that was most troublesome for him.
“―Wh-what does she mean by being nice to her last night…?”
“Marin-chan, you’re lying, right…? Please tell me you’re lying…”
“That man, what did he do to my Marin-chan…!? I’ll never forgive you…!”
Marin whispered, but her voice was loud enough to be heard by nearby students who were standing by to listen carefully.
The misunderstanding was further compounded by the abstract comments of the students who could hear her.
Like a stone thrown on the surface of the water, ripples spread in an instant, and the misunderstanding, centered on Yō and the others, reached the entire cafeteria in an instant.
However, Marin’s chase was not over yet.
Realizing the words that were to come, Yō immediately raised his hands and raised the white flag.
“I give up, I surrender. So don’t say anything else.”
If Marin was left alone at this point, this was what she would say next.
『You’re supposed to be with me every holiday from now on, but you don’t want to be with me anymore?』
As expected, Yō could not guess every word perfectly, but he knew that this was what she was going to say.
That’s why he held her back from saying such fatal words.
―Well, he could not deny that it was already too late.
“Hey, I need information on that guy.”
“It’s okay, right? The best time to find him is in the middle of the night when he’s out of sight.”
When Yō heard these words coming from all directions, he felt a pain in his head.
Some of the students worshiped Marin as an angel, and remembering this, Yō couldn’t help but think of this.
(Angels are angels, but so are fallen angels…)
As Marin walked back to her classroom alone, she couldn’t help but burst out laughing as she remembered the look on Yō’s face earlier.
When Marin did it back, Yō got a very surprised look on his face.
Yō, who has been chill since his first year, had never shown such an expression before, and seeing this rarely seen expression put Marin in a good mood.
(It’s Hazakura-kun’s fault for being such a teaser.)
She walked down the hallway with a smile on her face, thinking about this.
And then she saw a girl she knew standing at the entrance of the classroom, leaning against the wall.
This caused Marin’s good mood to plummet.
Her heart was throbbing with pain as she remembered things she didn’t want to remember.
However, the other party did not do anything wrong, so Marin stifled her emotions.
And then, she bowed her head and quickly walked past the girl.
Although Marin is usually able to get along with anyone, she doesn’t feel like smiling and talking to her right now.
That’s why she decided to walk right past her―.
For some reason, she called out to her from the other side.