Osananajimi no Imouto no Kateikyoushi wo Hajimetara Soen Datta Osananajimi ga Kowai (WN) - Chapter 11
- Osananajimi no Imouto no Kateikyoushi wo Hajimetara Soen Datta Osananajimi ga Kowai (WN)
- Chapter 11 - The Idol's Assault
Generally speaking, Aisa Takanishi stands out.
The main reason was her eye-catching appearance. It’s not like her hair color is too flashy or her clothes too fancy, her aura is just different.
In this situation where Aisa, who stands out, initiates a conversation with a proverbial “Villager A”, naturally, the people surrounding will start buzzing with rumors, but she continues talking regardless.
“I heard about you and Manami.”
What is it?
Oh well. I’m hoping to get this over with quickly because I’m scared of drawing any more attention, so I don’t feel the need to ask what she’s referring to.
“Shouldn’t you be doing something with me too?”
I wonder what she’s talking about. Ah, this is bad. I don’t know why, but she’s in a bad mood now. Her eyes got three shades darker, it’s too scary.
“What’s my name?”
Is that what you’re mad about?
“What’s my name?”
Aisa leans toward me with her hands on the desk.
Scary. I’ll have to say it.
“Good. Anyways, it seems like you promised Manami a reward under some conditions, but it would be unfair if we used the same conditions.”
Ah, so she was talking about my promise with Manami!
If that’s the case, then these conditions are… too unfair. Considering the current conditions, I’ll definitely end up having to accede to one of Aisa’s commands, unless she gets really sick on the day of the exam or something. Unreasonable. What are you planning to make me do?
“So, yeah, I’m gonna make it into a competition.”
“Yes. We’ll take the score of my worst subject and the score of your best subject.”
No matter how much I want to say she’s underestimating me, actually verbalizing it would cross a certain line.
“The reward for the winner will be the same as your bet with Manami. Do you understand?”
I nodded my head because she had started to lean toward me again, bringing her face up to my eyes. Give me a break, I’m not immune to this. If a beautiful girl like Aisa gets closer than I’ve ever been to even a plain girl, I wouldn’t be able to say anything…
She quickly turns around and heads back to her seat.
Ah, she smelled good. No, this isn’t the time to think about that.
“You were pretty conspicuous back there, self-proclaimed ‘villager’.”
Akito says to me with a grin.
“After all, idols are still cute, aren’t they?”
There was no denying that Aisa was beautiful. It was also true that I was a little nervous.
“So, what was that just now?”
“Uh… What was what?”
In a predictable development, Manami had done something and Aisa wanted to follow suit because she was stubborn. This has always been the pattern.
When a situation like this arises, Aisa forgets her usual calm demeanor and gets pissed off, like what happened just now.
“Well, up to this point, you’ve only been seen by the idol, but now you’ve made direct contact with her.”
That’s the impression people will get.
“You don’t seem like an uncomfortable pair to me.”
“Don’t be ridiculous. Me and her, we’re not even close.”
“That’s one way to put it. I guess you’re ready for it.”
I think I’ve been caught off guard, but it’s too late.
Because Akito has already noticed my blushing face.
“Well, come on. Take this opportunity to talk to her a little.”
“Yeah, well…. It’s fine.”
It’s just that… she’s cute, and I’ve known her for a long time.
But, to be honest, the way she looks now scares me. Every year, Aisa’s glare improves more, and lately it’s been getting even more intense.
This time, the conditions were, in essence, that the loser would have to do whatever the winner wanted. I had nodded my head vigorously, but even with her considerable handicap, my odds of winning didn’t even reach 50%.
If she’s competing with me to make me obey her in some way, I should be wary.
“For example, she could be planning on dragging me away from being Manami’s tutor…”
“That’s too negative to you….”
I think so too, but considering our relationship over the last few years, well, I don’t think it’s impossible.
And above all, should I think positively, I’m afraid of the shock I’d receive if my expectations aren’t met. Especially at this point, because I was becoming more and more aware of my feelings. In many ways, it made it a little scary to think about.