“What does my daughter need from me?”




Looking at his infinitely small and delicate daughter, Persis was callous and heartless.




“The reason for having children is for the sake of the family.
But since you are a girl, you cannot inherit the family line.”




Only men can inherit the family line.
His daughter, May, could not inherit the family line.




“Why do I have to take you, who is useless?”




Every single word from him pierced the young heart like a dagger.




May, only ten years old, shuddered at her father’s words.




“I-I’m His Excellency’s blood…”








Persis raised his eyebrows crookedly, as if the sound of the word flesh and blood had bothered him so much.
And recited it once more.








He moved closer to May and spoke again.




“You are not of my blood.”




As the chilly voice stuck in her ears, tears like glass beads fell from May’s eyes.




“Oh, no… I-I am His Excellency’s child…”




“I never thought of you as my child, not even for a second.”




“Your Excellency…”




“So get out of my house.”




Overcome with despair, May collapsed onto the floor.
Her legs gave out, and she couldn’t get up.




Persis clicked his tongue with an expression that was troublesome to deal with.








That was how she felt.




Being incompetent is of no use to anyone.




Does that mean he doesn’t have any affection? No.
It’s a child he gave birth to, but it can’t be.




Sadly, that was the father’s impression of his daughter.




Persis looked down at May with cold, dry eyes until the end, then left.




“Don’t let me see you again.”




With a heartless back that will never look back.




May looked at her father’s back as she walked away with tears incessantly.








“Does this make sense? Only Innocent May has a bad ending…”




These were the first words I uttered after completing the novel《 The Adopted Daughter of Persis.》




《 The Adopted Daughter of Persis.》 was an amazing and stuffy childcare that Persis, who was heartless enough to abandon his daughter, fell in love with the main character and raised her as an adopted daughter.




May is an illegitimate child who was kicked out by Persis before he adopted the main character.




Her mother died in childbirth, and May grew up alone under Persis’ neglect.




Then, in the year when May turns 10, she runs into Persis by chance in the garden in the front yard of the Duke’s residence.




‘That’s strange.
I thought they died together while giving birth.’




It was.




He said he didn’t even know his daughter existed.




After that, Persis was very annoyed with May, who might not be his real daughter, and decided to kick her out of the Duke’s residence.




May begs him not to kick her out, but Persis doesn’t consider her his child until the end, so she goes to the orphanage as he wishes.




“After that, she was adopted by a swindler, sold as a slave, and then killed after being beaten by the count’s daughter to relieve stress…”




What kind of bad ending is this?




What’s even more upsetting is that after Persis sent May to an orphanage, a year later, she adopted a girl without a drop of blood as her adopted daughter.




As the title suggests, 《 The Adopted Daughter of Persis.》 The main character is the adopted daughter, Stella.




When he kicked May out by saying he didn’t need a daughter, but he took in an adopted daughter soon after.
He even cares for and loves his adopted daughter very much.




That Persis, who was cold-blooded to May!




Stella was a child who could be loved by anyone.
She is pretty, cute, kind, polite, and kind to everyone.
She’s good at acting cute, too.




Thanks to that, or simply because she is the main character, Stella grows up being loved by Persis and has a happy ending when she marries the person she likes.




Unlike May, who died miserably.




When I thought of May, my heart ached as if it were being stabbed.




How painful was it to be alone? Even at the time of being beaten to death by the count’s daughter, May had hoped for her father’s warmth.




Even though she knew that if she died like this, it would be because of her father.




I lay down on the bed and slowly closed my eyes.




May, couldn’t you be happy?




One side of his chest was overwhelmed, and a clear stream of tears flowed out through the gap in her eyes.




I felt a warm hand on my cheek.
It was as if some poor soul was wiping my tears.








“My lady.”




The Duke of Flotina residence, May’s room.




I sat blankly in a chair in front of the mirror.








It took Ellen to call me several times before I heard her voice.




“Uh, huh? Did you call?”




 “Of course.
I called you five times?”




“Sorry, I was thinking about something else.”




“Your hair is done.”




I looked in the mirror.
A cute girl with an exotic appearance was reflected in the mirror.




Fair skin, pretty eyes like a deer, and clear, sparkling eyes.
A cute nose and mouth.
Platinum-colored hair braided into two cute pigtails.
A 10-year-old girl dressed in pink bunny pajamas getting ready for bed.




That’s May This is what I look like now.




Why the hell did I possess this body… 




In the novel 《 Adopted Daughter of Persis》, May is the illegitimate child of the Flotina duchy.




I ended up possessing the body of a supporting character facing a miserable ending in the novel.




May was nine years old when she possessed it.
She went through a year-long adaptation period, and now she’s fully adjusted to this body, but…




Usually, when possessed, the language of the possessed world can be read as well as one’s mother tongue, but I had no such ability and no memory of May, so I had a hard time learning the language.




Fortunately, May has a good head.
She has an excellent command of the language, and after only one year of study, she became as good as an adult and became fluent in her native language.




I smiled as I played with the pigtails Ellen had braided.




“Your hair is pretty.
If I wake up, I’ll have a prettier wave, right?”




“Of course.”




This neat-looking woman next to me is Ellen, the lady-in-waiting.
She is one of the few people who takes care of me and is the closest person I have.




Ellen is a handmaid who has been by May’s side since she was in the womb of her biological mother, Viche Yuriette, and raised May in place of Viche, who died when she was a baby, so it should be called a nanny.




Well, calling them by their first names rather than maids or nannies is more friendly, so I call them by their first names.




Ellen asked anxiously as I was lost in my thoughts again.




“My lady, you’ve been absent-minded lately.
Is there something going on?”




Something going on… I have something very serious ahead of me that could cost me my life.




Her expression darkened rapidly, unable to hide.




Now I am ten years old.
The season is spring, and it was the spring when May was 10 when she was kicked out of the Duke’s house in the original story.




The worry about being kicked out of this house has been going on ever since right after the possession.
It has no choice but to do so because if you want to avoid being beaten to death by the count’s daughter, you must not step into the orphanage.




The moment I’m abandoned in an orphanage, I’ll fall into the hands of swindlers as planned, be sold as a slave, and end up in the house of a count whose daughter will kill me.




There was a time when I thought that even if I was kicked out of the Duke’s residence, I wouldn’t have to go to an orphanage.
Before Persis kicked me out, I tried to save money with the idea of leaving first.




However, there were limits to my ability to save money, as I could not do economic activities, and even if I did, there were too many risk factors for me to leave home at the age of 10.




A 10-year-old girl who lives alone.
Wouldn’t you be the target of all the bad guys?




So, I put aside the thought of leaving home for a while and somehow made it my goal to live in this house a little longer.




When I reach the age where I can protect my body on my own, then I will go out.




The problem is, once you go to the orphanage, this goal will be shattered, and you will be stuck with the original content.
Just as May dies.




Of course, I have no intention of following the original content.
So I had never gone to the garden in the front yard of the Duke, where May had her first meeting with Persis.




‘But just because I don’t go to the garden doesn’t guarantee I won’t meet Persis…’




I’m anxious.
I’m afraid it’ll end up like the original.




By that time, I was engulfed in endless anxiety.




“Look at you.
You can’t hear me again.
Is everything all right?”




Ellen was squatting, her hand on the arm of my chair, looking up at me.




I smiled lightly as if it was nothing and shook my head.




“I think it’s because I’m sleepy.”




“Then shall we go to bed now?”








I got off the chair and climbed onto the bed.
The bed I was using was a queen size bed that was comfortable and soft enough to make me fall asleep quickly.




As I lay down, Ellen covered me with a blanket.




“Have a nice dream, my lady.”




“Good night, Ellen.”




Ellen showed me her motherly smile and turned off the lights.








The next morning, as soon as I woke up, I looked in the mirror and untied my braids.
As expected from yesterday, the hair has beautiful waves.




My wave looks better than usual today.




I liked wavy hair more than straight, so I often slept with my hair braided.




When I saw my curled hair and hummed in a good mood, I heard a knocking sound and Ellen opened the door and came in.




“My lady, let’s eat.”




The breakfast menu is a ham and egg sandwich and milk.
Ellen, who came in with Trey, set breakfast down on the table.
I sat down on a chair in front of the table.




After leaving the words to enjoy it, Ellen went outside, and I held the sandwich with both hands.
Since she was still a ten-year-old with small hands, she needed two hands to eat a sandwich.
The scrambled egg inside was so generous that it seemed like it would spill out.




One bite! The moment I was about to bite, the milk came into sight.




Oh, it would have been better if it was coffee instead of milk.




Before being possessed, I loved coffee to the point of living.
After being possessed, I couldn’t easily say that I wanted to drink coffee because I was young…




Should we tell Ellen we want some coffee?




The coffee was very strong, so I put the sandwich back down without hesitation and went out of the room.




… Even though I shouldn’t have gone out.

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