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“You haven’t slept?” Lyneth asked as she rubbed her eyes in her white see-through dress.

Lyneth looked at Beldathiel who was sitting on the wooden chair, staring at the beautiful scenery and bathing in the sunlight. She knew what had happened since Mykel told her and Gaia about it.

“No, I’m trying to figure out something,” Mykel answered as he stood up to refill his coffee.

Lyneth grabbed the cup from Mykel’s hand as she shook her head. She then pushed Mykel back down with a smile.

“I will refill it for you since I also want to have a cup of coffee. Just sit there and relax,” Lyneth said as she walked into the kitchen.

“Belda, come here for a second,” Mykel said.

Beldathiel walked toward Mykel and then sat down at the table with Mykel.

“I think I can get most of your important skills back,” Mykel said as he rubbed his chin and stared blankly at the table. “You should know about this already since your father must have told you before,” Mykel continued as he looked at her.

“About what?” Beldathiel asked with her eyebrows raised.

“The one who bestowed you those powers. The one who made you the demon princess,” Mykel answered as he lit his cigarette.

“Yes, I don’t think he would give it again, especially after what you did and how I turn my back on him and my father,” Beldathiel replied as she rested her head on the table.

Lucifer was the one who bestowed all the Demon Kings and Demon Princesses. He was also the one who helped the Demon Kings create the Demon Princesses with his power. Since they were his creations, he gave those powerful skills to them and only he knew how. Basically, those skills were similar to [Benefactor Exclusive] skills.

“That’s true, but if you think carefully, Luciel could do it as well,” Mykel said as he gently stroked Beldathiel’s hair.

Beldathiel slowly lifted her head and looked at Mykel with curiosity.

“Right, but her power is sealed. I can tell that you don’t know how to break it, and even if you do, you’re afraid that those beings will take over her body once you break it. If you’re confident about breaking it, you would have done it back there,” Beldathiel said as she tucked her hair in.

“Killing him will break the seal. Not only that, if she took his soul…” Mykel paused as he shook his head. “No, I don’t think it would work because she can’t consume another soul, especially his soul,” Mykel continued.

“If you let his soul wander, isn’t it dangerous? He’s basically can come back to life once he possessed a perfect vessel, right?” Beldathiel asked as she played with her lips with her right index finger.

“Destroying it would be a waste, and letting it wander is also dangerous,” Mykel nodded his head in agreement.

“Then, why don’t you consume his soul once he’s dead? Since he’s basically you in your story, right?” Beldathiel asked with her arms crossed.

Mykel hummed as he rested his elbows on the table and pressed his hands together in front of his mouth. Lyneth then came and put the cup of coffee on the table. She looked at Mykel had a brooding expression as she sat down in front of him.

“Drink your coffee first, it might help with whatever you’re thinking right now,” Lyneth said as she pushed the cup onto Mykel’s side.

“Where’s mine?” Beldathiel asked as she looked at Lyneth.

“Huh? Oh, you want some too?” Lyneth asked.

“Take mine. I can drink with Lyn,” Mykel said as he put the cup in front of Beldathiel. “Let’s talk about this later. For now, I think you can get some of your skills back from your father, and also I’m considering your suggestion,” Mykel continued as he took Lyneth’s coffee.

“Okay, I’ll go to sleep then,” Beldathiel said as she left without even taking a sip of the coffee.

Mykel scoffed as he took the coffee back. He then saw Hera come into the house with Freyja, and they both were holding flowers in their hands.

“Where’s Beldathiel?” Hera asked.

“In the bedroom,” Lyneth answered as she pointed at the bedroom she was sleeping in.

Hera hurriedly walked into the bedroom with a smile and a soft chuckle.

“I don’t know why, but I think Goddess Hera is interested in Beldathiel. I feel like whenever they were talking to each other, it looked like they were like mother and daughter,” Lyneth said as she watched Hera show the flowers she got to Beldathiel.

“That’s who she is. You can say that she’s a mother figure to some of the Gods and Goddesses. She loves children the most since they’re innocent,” Mykel answered.

“Hmm? Isn’t Beldathiel at least a thousand years old?” Lyneth asked curiously.

“Yes, but for Hera, that’s like a teenager,” Mykel nodded his head as he swirled the cup. “Soon enough you will be like her,” Mykel said as he looked at Hera sitting on the bed and trying to decorate Beldathiel’s purple hair with purple flowers.

Lyneth smiled blissfully as she gently rubbed her pregnant belly.

“I hope she will be as beautiful and dignified as them. Looking at these Goddesses made me reflect on myself,” Lyneth said as she held the cup with both hands. “I want to be like them. I’m not talking about becoming a Goddess, of course. Just their personalities,” Lyneth chuckled nervously.

Mykel raised his eyebrows and then stood up. He walked toward Lyneth and stood right behind her as he gently put his hand under her chin. Lyneth leaned her head back and closed her eyes as Mykel’s warm hand caressed her cheek.

“What makes you think that I can’t make you a Goddess?” Mykel asked quietly with his eyebrows raised.

Lyneth opened her eyes and looked Mykel in the eye with a surprised expression.

“Wait, you can make me-” Before Lyneth could finish her sentence, Mykel put his thumb on her lips. He then put his left index finger in front of his lips while smiling at her.

“It will be our little secret,” Mykel said as he glanced at Freyja walking toward the table with a vase filled with flowers.

Lyneth nodded her head happily, and then looked at Freyja sitting down at the table.

“What’s your next plan?” Freyja asked.

“First, I’m going back to Earth and take care of my mistake,” Mykel said as he looked at Beldathiel sleeping, and Hera was busy decorating the room with flowers. “I’m not sure how long it’s going to take, but it’s going to take a while,” Mykel continued.

“Oh? And you’re not worried about Loki at all?” Freyja asked with her arms crossed.

“Not really since he got what he wanted,” Mykel answered as he sighed and sat next to Lyneth. “He will show himself when the time comes,” Mykel continued while Lyneth leaned her head on his shoulder.

“You know where he is, don’t you?” Freyja asked with her eyes squinted. “His obsession, what did you give that enough to satisfy him?”

“We’ll see,” Mykel answered.

Hera suddenly walked out of the room, and she looked worried for some reason.

“What’s wrong?” Mykel asked.

“Zeus and Poseidon, they’re back at the Mount Olympus, with dozens of Gods with them,” Hera answered. “I have to go,” Hera said.

“Then let me join you,” Gaia appeared next to the table. “I think it’s time for me to stop this bloodbath vengeance among the Gods,” Gaia explained as she looked at the flowers in the vase.

Hera nodded her head, and then she opened a portal to Mount Olympus.

“I should go back to Asgard as well. I’m still worried about Thiazi and I want to make sure he’s not planning on doing something to us, Aesir,” Freyja said as she stood up.

Mykel nodded in agreement and watched Freyja warp away.

It was just the two of them in the room, and Lyneth suddenly stood up and sat down on Mykel’s lap. She put her hands on his cheeks and started to kiss him.

“I want to do it…” Lyneth said quietly.

“You take the lead. I don’t want to be rough since you’re pregnant,” Mykel replied. “Also, be quiet,”

Lyneth giggled as she kissed Mykel’s neck.

Beldathiel opened her eyes and moved her eyes to the corner as she heard the smooching and moaning from outside the room.


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