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Chapter 465 – Mother And Daughter

After another two hours, Theo finally finished all the tests. At the same time, he also understood Nadia completely.

Nadia was similar to him. She didn’t like the Griffith Family due to the family’s rule, especially where she might be erased in an instant if something went wrong. In addition, they were like their slaves and had to do everything they were ordered.

It was no wonder she didn’t like him. She might not feel the same when the Griffith Family didn’t acknowledge his identity or something.

However, now that they had made their move by advising the Eilric Family, the Eilric Family were just people who were required to die if that could save Theo’s life.

Alea was in shock the whole time, never expecting her and Theo’s relationship to be like this since the beginning.

She wondered if she knew Theo earlier, what kind of life she would go through…

Whether it was fortunate or unfortunate, Nadia could only resign to her fate when Alea seemed to have fallen for Theo.

She didn’t like the idea, but considering Theo would leave the family, her daughter wouldn’t be placed under those rules and traditions unless the Griffith Family made another exception to get Theo back.

Luckily, Theo also seemed to have prepared his protection well, considering he would seek refuge in another country.

If that country or influence could protect him from the Griffith Family, it meant they wouldn’t be able to get Theo back.

Although she was still concerned about the fact that her family would be erased because of this problem, she decided to wait and see the change.

After finishing the tests, Nadia and Alea saw him off the gate. Nadia said, “I have told you everything I can say as an Eilric Family member.”

“I know.” Theo nodded with a calm expression. “And I believe I have made my decision.”

Nadia slightly bowed her head before turning around and going back to the mansion.

Alea, on the contrary, had a weird expression on her face as she called him, “Ehm… Young Master…”

“Stop it.” Theo shook his head. “I don’t care about that title as it will be gone in a few months anyway. Feel free to call me with that title, but that means you want me to call you Slave #1.”

Alea chuckled and waved her hand. “I understand. See you soon, Theo.”

Theo started walking while waving his hand as he had a few other things to do.

Meanwhile, Alea watched his back until she couldn’t see him anymore before going back to her house, meeting her mother.

Nadia seemed to have been waiting for her in the previous room as she quickly said when Alea entered the room. “So, what do you want to know from me?”

Hesitated for a few seconds, Alea took a deep breath and asked, “Is it true that our family is only a branch family?”

“It’s true.” Nadia nodded. “I am here because I love your father, not for them. In fact, I don’t like them that much. The main family is separated into three factions. The first is those who wish to attach themselves to the Griffith Family like their slaves while getting some benefits every now and then.

“Those greedy bastards are horrible. If you wish to know more, you should ask your grandfather. All I can say, I, your father, and your grandfather almost died a few times because of them and the Griffith Family.

“As for the second faction, the minority, they want to separate themselves from the family. However, they are too scared to take any action, so they are being watched continuously.

“You can say… this family is the third one because we are more of a bystander who only gets some orders if there is a big matter or if a family from the Griffith Family lives in this country. I already explained it earlier. Yeah, that’s it.”

Alea looked down and contemplated for a moment. “But Theo doesn’t have his family and he seems to hate them as well.”

“Yeah. I can see that.” Nadia shrugged. “However, it doesn’t mean everything will be alright. First, we don’t know his parents, which is even weirder, considering they are supposed to be very strong.

“After all, his parents must be Mythical Rank Experts to be even qualified to fight for the succession process. Do you think such experts will die just like that, especially in this country? Nope.

“Also, you need to know that the moment you enter this big family, you will be subjected to scheme after scheme. I fear you might get taken advantage of.” Nadia let out a long sigh. “Anyway… Did I hate him? The answer is, I don’t like him. That’s all.”

“…” Alea looked down, feeling the stress of her mother. “I’m sorry.”

“No, no. You’re not understanding.” Nadia shook her head. “I never blame you or your choice.”

Seeing Alea’s shaking hand, Nadia hugged her and continued, “You have your own choice. If you wish to go for him, my only advice is to see it through. I don’t want to die for someone else, but if it’s my family here, I will gladly give up my life. That’s why you don’t need to care about my opinion or feelings. Just do whatever you think is right.”

Alea closed her eyes, understanding her mother’s pain. She had escaped from all this problem, yet, she had just fallen in love with someone from the same family who caused all this.

This matter must have brought back the dark past her mother wanted to bury in the back of her mind.

“It’s okay. It’s okay. You don’t need to hide your feelings from me.” She sighed. “What you know is a man called Theodore Griffith, not Theodore from the Griffith Family. All I want is for you to be happy, not force my ideals because of my past. As you said earlier, he is different.”

Alea hugged her mother back and regretted the fact she never knew all this. There might be a different outcome had she grown up earlier.

“Mom, Sorry… and… Thank you…”

“It’s fine, it’s fine. Everything is gonna be alright.” Nadia looked at the ceiling as if she recalled the past. Despite the sadness in her eyes, she still said, “Everything is gonna be alright.”


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