She kept strong despite feeling otherwise, vehemently refusing him: You can have me, but never think for once you can have my heart!
That man completely didn’t care. He faintly smiled: I only want you, who said anything about your heart?
She held onto his leg, crying: Your lordship! Please! I’m willing to offer myself!
The man kept his attention on the book in his hand and replied her absent-mindedly: You want to offer, but I don’t want you.
Takasugi Shinsaku penned: “I’d kill all the crows in the world, to sleep with you till morning tolls (1).” The novel is drawn from here.