“Don’t leave me alone.”

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“Hey, you idiot.”

Louella shoved Gerald in a playful manner.

Louella wouldn’t know.
Having no memory of her first life, desperation was implied in all of her actions.

It was a secret that Gerald should keep.

It was all right, he would endure anything as long as Louella is alive.

“I like you, Lulu,”

Louella paused.
Louella responded sullenly to his overflowing words of sincerity.

“Well, I don’t like you.”

Gerald laughed, as his red eyes stared at a distance.

There might have been a better way.

If only he had looked back at Louella, instead of devoting his life to the disease, Nisephor, or if he had been there when she wanted him to.

If not for her.
He wished he had the courage to give her a friendly kiss.

Why did he always make silly mistakes?

The existence of Louella strangled Gerald with deep regret.

His best wasn’t enough.

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“I like you, Lulu,”

“Fool,” Louella grumbled and pulled his hand.
Gerald was willing to accept whatever criticism she gave him.

* * *

Billiers opened the letter.

Now that he knew who the owner of the letter was, he thought that he was getting more childish.

He thought it was bad handwriting, but it turned out to be a child’s handwriting.
Still, at the age of eight, for him, it was readable handwriting for his standards.

Billiers leaned back on his chair and read the letter.

Louella wanted to focus on the development of therapeutic drugs, rather than finding the source of the disease.
It was not like a child’s way of thinking.

That little kid was certainly smart.

Maybe .
.
.

A snack-loving kid could become a rising star in the medical world.

“The little fellow.”

That’s a possibility.

Anyway .
.
.

Billiers’s eyes stood out, confirming that plants that could detoxify the monster’s poison had their names on them.

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“How much do you think I know?”

How did that kid write these sentences as if she had such a strong face?

Billiers took out the parchment and wrote down the monster’s name and the detoxification pool’s name together.
But Billiers knew that it was not enough.

He had already devised a treatment drug when he was an undergraduate.

He turned to focus his studies on monsters and thought of ways to make medicine with detoxification glue.

However, only the blood that was separated from the blood of the monster with the use of the detoxification glue.

That alone could not produce the cure.

Why in the world would this little fellow bring out what had already failed Billiers?

Billiers’ eyes deepened.

“Is there another answer?”

Billiers looked at the letter, and he wondered.

But at that moment.

All of a sudden, he laughed.

The parchment began to burn from the bottom.
But the most shocking thing was that the parchment did not oxidize and turn into ashes.
It was turning into new parchment.

“What, what! What is happening?” cried Billiers, in astonishment.

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“Ouch!”

If he did something wrong, he almost hurt his face, the most important asset for him.

“Well, well, well,

Billiers shook the parchment.

“Magic .
.
.”

Only two letters were written on the new parchment, in neat handwriting.

“Hearthstone .
.
.”

Villiers blinked.

What do you mean by hearthstone?

It was an ingredient that he had never thought about.

Mana stone was one of the ores that amplified mana.
Of course, hearthstone was commonly used! Billiers was astonished.
He can make a cure with this?

Ore .
.
.

Billiers swallowed his saliva.

Perhaps this could be a new breakthrough.

But who the hell is this new helper?

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It was certainly quite different from Louella’s handwriting.

Billiers blinked.

* * *

Recently, Gerald, Louella, and Alexid seemed to be estranged, so Mercé and Royce decided to meet more often.

In fact, the children were still their own children in their parents’ eyes.
Royce and Mercé had good conversations with each other and had similar tastes.

Royce decided to make even a small effort.

In fact, Merce thought that Gerald looked like her husband, so he believed that he wouldn’t make any mistakes regarding Louella.

But…

“It could be boring.”

Merce always thought of her husband, too.
He had always loved Royce But even in the bedroom

“There’s a little problem.”

No, it is actually a little big deal.

Royce suddenly thought that it might be because of Gerald that Louella and Gerald had fallen out recently.

So she felt the need to give Gerald advice.

In fact, in Royce’s view, Gerald was very, very fond of Louella.

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