Sam, who was coming in to bring in dessert, screamed at the sight.
‘Oh, my God, miss!’
Sam, startled, rushed to my side.
Her shaky eyes inspected Lillian’s hand and spoon, seemingly worried if her lady’s hand had been injured.
“You’ve been quiet for a while, and now you’re doing this again.”
Lillian couldn’t help but warm up at the sight of Sam’s eccentric face.
Sam had taken care of Lillian more than her birth family did.
Of course, you’re worried about Lillian Rossetti, but where was she?
Instead, the soul Chae Su-Yeon, hungry for affection and attention, filled up this body.
Instead of ruminating further, she borrowed Lillian’s lips and responded to Sam’s concerns.
“Sorry. I didn’t mean to do it… I didn’t get hurt so you don’t have to worry.”
“No, the fork is crooked! Do you know how much this is?! Even if you don’t, you know that our financial situation is bad.”
Lillian, who thought Sam was concerned over her, was silent.
It didn’t matter if it was a different world or a different body. She would always be treated in the same manner.
Sam grieved for the fork in her hand, saying that it was silver and made by a craftsman.
Hearing that, Lillian studied the fork she had crushed with fresh eyes.
Of course, it wasn’t pure silver, and although it was elegant in shape, it was a pretty strong fork.
But she easily crushed it with just one hand.
Realizing this, Lillian was a little satisfied.
‘Hmm. My strong grip is quite useful?’
Unlike her innocent appearance, Lillian Rossetti was quite a sincere and hardworking knight.
It was why she was selected as Aleyna’s escort.
When Lillian was reminded of her shabby basic setting, suddenly, her expression became pale.
Wait a minute! Come to think of it… I haven’t learned anything like swordsmanship? What should I do now?
I was so busy adjusting to my new life that I had forgotten it completely.
You’re a knight, but you don’t have any skills with a sword! How does that make any sense?
Soo-Yeon’ s—or rather Lillian’s possessed hand was trembling.
Thanks to the martial arts craze that once swept over Korea, I remember going to a dojo and studied Taekwondo, Hapkido, and Kumdo.
Unfortunately, Soo-Yeon attended a Taekwondo gym where her brother was already attending so the school fee was discounted by 50 percent.
Hence, Soo-Yeon never learned swordsmanship.
What was the point of taking over the body of a nationally renowned swimmer if you didn’t know how to swim?
Realizing the seriousness of the situation, her face turned white.
‘No, I can’t do this!’
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