Akuyaku Reijo No Tsuiho Go! Kyokai Kaikaku Gohan De Yuyu Sister Kurashi - Chapter 5.2
Then I remembered everything about my previous life.
Moreover, my current self, Elizabeth, was a name I knew very well in my previous life.
The day after the fall into the lake, in the study of the Duke of Fontini’s house, Elizabeth was staring at the spine with a single mind.
A room was no place for a five-year-old child to play in, at least not the study.
It was small and smelled a little like mold and ink.
Surrounded by bookshelves and numerous books, if a small child wandered in. The child would be afraid and would start to cry.
The children’s books are in the children’s room or elsewhere, so it’s too early for Elizabeth to be in the den yet—-.
It was the place I needed to be right now.
—- There it was, the Gentleman’s Record!
Elizabeth finally found the book she wanted and reached out her small hand.
Maps and history books of this world were already spread out on the desk in the center of the room.
Her parents were looking at her with concern.
“Elizabeth, do you want me to get it?”
Elizabeth shook her head at her father’s question.
She had a large book held in between her arms and against her five-year-old body and carried it to the desk herself.
—-I knew it!
She unfolded the book and stared at it, devouring the text.
Every now and then, she traced the words with her fingers.
The Gentleman’s Record is a book that contains the names of all the Noblemen who hold a title. The children of Aristocrats must memorize all of this to make their debut in society.
This is the memory of a previous life.
—- I didn’t think it was really there.
Even in my past life, the names I remember from my past life had been lined up in the gentleman’s record.
After nearly drowning and regaining the memories of her previous life, Elizabeth asked her parents not to blame the servant who had capsized the boat.
The next thing she did was to gather information in this study.
“Gentlemen’s records, etc., what’s wrong with you Elizabeth? You won’t be able to read it yet…”
My father, who had been watching over me, couldn’t stand it and said.
“I wonder if it’s because of the shock of almost drowning that she speaks like a grown-up sometimes.”
My mother also mumbled with concern.
“We’ll have to wait and see for a while. Children can do the strangest things sometimes,”
My parents left the study for a good reason.
She couldn’t bear to make both of them so uneasy.
But now was not the time to do so.
She laid three books on the table: a gentleman’s records book, a history book, and a map, and she read the words written on the open page.
The Kingdom of Mowar.
The Dukes of Fontini.
The Dacleston Continent.
—-There’s no doubt about it. This is here, in the world of Puri Dawn.
The names of places and nobility houses written in the book on my desk match up perfectly with the names of places and houses in the otome game “Princess Life: Confessions of a Dawn” that I used to play in my previous life.
The biggest problem was not that I had been reincarnated in the world of the otome game I liked to play.
I was not the heroine who was loved by the prince, but the Princess was the one who was loved by the Prince.
I stood in front of the mirror in my study.
Elizabeth had long, golden hair and a high nose.
A cat’s eyes may sound good, but in actuality, those red eyes were suspended.
In summary, She had a noble, but a high-handed look.
And then there’s the name Elizabeth, which can be considered a bit of a lodestone.
With a shake, Elizabeth pointed at her reflection in the mirror.
“The Rival that is also the villainess!”
The pre-dawn heroine’s name was Rosetta.
Elizabeth was the name of the villainous daughter who had interrupted in the marriage ending many times.
If she’s smiling high, she says, “Ohohoho! The prince is crazy about me!” This reminds me of the event screen, “I’m going to look like that when I grow up.”
When she grows up, she will look just like that Elizabeth.
Or rather, She’s exactly like her right now.
Faced with a reality she didn’t want to admit to, the five-year-old Elizabeth slumped down.
Despite the memories of her previous life appearing, Elizabeth was happy…but there isn’t a single peaceful ending.
As if the producers had a grudge, even if it wasn’t a very good ending, Elizabeth would be accused of being guilty of interfering with Rosetta.
She held her head up, as Elizabeth, an event planner who hadn’t made a dent in her previous life, quickly recovered.
“You just have to act like it won’t happen. You’re just a kid.”
If she regained her memory just before the ending, she’d be at a loss, as it would be too late.
But the current Elizabeth is five years old.
She has a glimpse of what’s to come, and she has not yet become a villainous daughter.
“From now on, I will live my life in the spirit of one good day at a time!”
If I do good things, if I think of others, I’m sure I can avoid being ostracized as a villainous daughter.
That’s what I thought, but…….I was naive.
Is this because of my mother’s high-handed appearance?
Or is it the cogs of fate? World compulsion? The invisible thread? God’s will?
Perhaps it was because of invisible forces, but no matter what she did, Elizabeth was a badass daughter.
If you helped someone, they’d think you were the cause of the problem.
If you smiled at her, she would take it as a mockery.
On the contrary, the slightest action would lead to something unexpected and make her position worse and worse.
It’s funny, but I really felt sorry for Elizabeth.
It’s no wonder that this was the cause of her bad character.
I even thought it would have been easier to play the role of the villainous daughter.
I’m sorry for interrupting you in a past life.
As a result…
Avoiding the banishment end, it was impossible!
And that’s it.
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