because it wasn’t a fight, but I nodded since it was my fault.
The classmate even encouraged me to quickly reconcile.

Even the class representative, who was collecting the money from the students who signed the consent form, asked me if I had a fight with Leto.

“That is all for today.”

The major class ended without me saying anything to Leto.
I was about to head to the next liberal arts class when I found Senior Jimbo.

“Huh? Senior?”

“Where’s your friend?”

He asked when he noticed that Leto wasn’t next to me as usual.

“Oh, he must have gone to the liberal arts class first.”

“How are you feeling?”

He asked, slightly dodging my gaze.
Oh, so he was worried about my body.

“It’s alright.
I’m fine now.”

“That’s a relief.
Rest more.”

Senior Jimbo handed me a white envelope.
For someone who came all the way here to ask if I was okay, Senior Jimbo’s expression was quite annoyed.
I carefully accepted the white envelope and peeked inside.
It was money.
I was about to ask what the money was for, but then remembered the compensation I was supposed to receive yesterday.

“Oh, thank you for sending this to me.”

The senior looked at me blankly as I thanked him.
When I was wondering if I had something on my face, the senior’s hand moved towards my forehead.

“Are you sure you’re feeling alright? You don’t look very well……”

“Don’t touch her.”

Before Senior Jimbo’s hand could touch my forehead, Leto appeared next to me and smacked it.
Leto was gasping for his breath from wherever he had come from.
However, he did not erase his wary gaze on Senior Jimbo.

Senior Jimbo smiled knowingly and lowered his hand.

“I’m leaving.”


As soon as my senior left, Leto grabbed my wrist and dragged me away.

“Why didn’t you follow me and stood still? And why is your complexion still bad? You’re not sick, are you? You said you were fine yesterday, but that was a lie, wasn’t it? Did you sleep without a blanket yesterday? Sometimes I notice you sleep without a blanket.
Then, you’d quickly catch a cold.”

tl/n: Leto eminem mode activated.

I was stunned to see Leto speak so rapidly that I burst into laughter.
Seeing him talk like that meant that he wasn’t angry.
I was worried, but now I’m glad.
Leto stared at me oddly as I laughed.
Then, he released the grip on my wrist and turned his head.
I quickly walked over to Leto’s side.

“Leah, let’s spend time together on this trip.

He ignored my words and headed straight to the classroom.

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The long-awaited trip to the south has finally arrived.
I recalled how hard it was to pack my things last night.
I struggled to put this and that in my small bag, but it didn’t fit, so I had to plan on what to bring. 

My bag was packed quite simple, in stark contrast to Leto’s.
If Leto hadn’t forced the lights out, I might not have been able to sleep. 

The students gathered together in front of the main building.
There were also several carriages waiting to transport the students, and there were even professors who would accompany us.
All the students chatted excitedly while carrying bags the size of their own bodies.

I also joined in with them.
Thinking about the many tourist attractions and food already drew a smile to my face.
I have enough money from the compensation, so now I could enjoy myself to my heart’s content.

“Are you that happy?”

I nodded when Leto asked.
When the time came, we got into the carriage.
There were four seats in each carriage, and Leto and I went in together.
And when I was waiting for other students to join, they strangely did not appear.
Perhaps they had already ridden another carriage, and I was inwardly delighted when it was quiet inside.

“I guess it’s just the two of us!”

Leto also nodded, appearing quite satisfied with the situation.
Now all that was left was to get in the carriage and set off……


I heard someone pulling over the carriage.

Perhaps he had overslept, the latecomer placed his bag in the back and joined our carriage.
The carriage sank slightly when the bag was loaded on the carriage.
How heavy is that bag? I haven’t seen it, but I guessed it weighs around 10kg.

I was curious about the owner of the bag and the door opened.


“Oh? Bree!”

A familiar face appeared.
He had brown hair and brown eyes.
The young boy with little freckles on his face was obviously Vivian Rawol.
He got into the carriage too, with a bright smile on his face.

“Here, grab it.”

“Thank you.”

I reached my hand out when he struggled to get inside the carriage.
Vivian took my hand, got inside the carriage and sat in front of us.

“As expected, Leah is here too.”


Vivian and Leto’s eyes met.  Vivian crouched, seemingly nervous with Leto, while Leto stared at him terrifyingly.
His arms were even crossed.

It seemed that something unusual was about to happen.

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