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I Became a S*ave to the Man I Abandoned: Chapter 5 Part 1

Her husband avoided her as much as possible, coiling his body away from her. He not only steered clear of Olga’s room to stay out of her sight, but Knox found his father’s behavior despicable and stayed by his mother’s side. Although occasionally objects would fly at him, it wasn’t hard enough to bear. He simply felt a deep sorrow for his mother, who was slowly withering away.

As he started to sense the opportunistic gleam in his father’s eyes, like that of a rat lying in wait as his strong mother began to crumble, Knox became wary. If Mother were to be bedridden, there would be no one to stop him. Since Knox, the heir, was not yet an adult, all authority and power would inevitably shift to his father.

‘If Mother becomes completely bedridden, Halid will…’ Halid, the child who would be most in danger if his father were to spread his wings within the family. While Mother was somehow managing to hold on and handle external affairs for now, if that ceased to be the case, then the child would be in danger. Father would satiate his desires without hesitation, heedless of anyone else.

On a night deepening with cold winds, Knox sat on a rocking chair in his room, engrossed in a book. Beside him, Halid was reviewing the letters Knox had taught him. Without looking up from his book, as if it were nothing, Knox casually broached the subject.


“Yes, Master.”

The child had grown quite a bit over the seasons, now almost as tall as Knox’s nose. But his fine, downy, grayish-golden hair and round blue eyes remained the same.

“How about going to another family?”

“Excuse me…?”

Halid stopped his letter review and looked up, halting his movements. Knox nonchalantly turned the page of his book while continuing the conversation.

“You could go to another family for better treatment. You’re pretty, so there would be many who would want to hire you….”


Suddenly, Halid knelt on the floor in front of Knox. Knox, caught off guard while reading, opened his eyes wide. However, Halid’s eyes were just as wide, his eyebrows deeply furrowed, and his pupils shaking. His agitation was evident as he knelt and asked.

“Have I done something wrong, Master?”

“Halid, get up.”

“Master, if I have done anything wrong, I will correct it. So please do not send me away….”

“You haven’t done anything wrong.”

“Then why, Master…?”

Halid carefully grasped Knox’s ankle and rested his forehead on his knee. Knox, flustered, hadn’t even thought to put down his book and was just looking down at the small, round head.

Knox took a light breath, and his sigh seemed to make Halid’s small shoulders flinch. Knox gently pushed the child’s shoulder to look him in the face.

Big blue eyes were welling up with tears that looked about to fall any moment.

“You haven’t done anything wrong.”

“But then why….”

“…I’m just saying, think about it.”


Halid was resolute in his response, firm to the point where his voice, uncharacteristically deep, resonated with a gravity that wasn’t normally there.

“I will stay by your side, Master.”


“Yes, my Master.”

Once more, Halid bowed his head and pressed his lips to Knox’s knee. Taken aback by the unexpected gesture, Knox’s knee twitched. Seeing that, Halid looked up at Knox with tear-filled eyes and smiled brightly.

Knox felt a pang of turmoil deep inside. What should I do with you? How should I…

Knox hoped that his mother would hang on just a bit longer. Until he grew up a little more. Or at least until the child could grow up a bit more. But ultimately, his mother became bedridden the year Knox turned sixteen.

And the father began insidiously expanding his domain.

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I Became a S*ave to the Man I Abandoned: 
												Chapter 2 Part 1

I Became a S*ave to the Man I Abandoned: Chapter 2 Part 1

Dolan collapsed onto the floor, clutching his blood-soaked head with both hands. The future he had envisioned, in which his son, who had always disregarded him, would kneel before him and admit that his judgment was foolish, was now crumbling before his eyes.

Despite believing that he could get his revenge on those who always pointed fingers at him for being foolish and greedy, his efforts ended with just a lump of flesh in his embrace.

It couldn’t be. This just couldn’t be. Feltyon looked down coldly at Dolan’s cries of despair and declared sharply,

“Prince Beorantz Ditrod Daidalontz is to be executed immediately for the crimes of regicide and attempted royal murder. The empress, as his accomplice, will be dethroned and confined to the imperial harem pending trial. And…”

His usually warm, auburn eyes now swept across those present like the sharp blade of a knife.

“Everyone present here is sufficiently suspected of having partaken in His Imperial Majesty’s assassination. They will be detained and interrogated.”

“We are innocent!” people cried out desperately from all sides, but the knights in gray armor began to seize them, forcing them to kneel as if they were corralling feeble animals.

Nox watched the chaotic scene with an unreal expression in the midst of it all. There were many trying to escape to the terrace, but nobody reached out to him as he stood motionless.

Surveying the surroundings with detachment, Nox’s eyes suddenly met Feltyon’s. A faint disgust flickered in Feltyon’s gaze. In that moment, Nox furrowed his brow, sensing that something was terribly wrong.

“And for those against whom there is concrete evidence of involvement in the assassination of His Imperial Majesty.”

Two knights approached Nox from behind and grabbed his arms. The black suit that had been enveloping his body got wrinkled in an instant.

Nox was dragged to the front and forced to kneel before Feltyon. Next to him, his father still clutched the head of the crown prince. Nox, rather than begging for mercy, lifted his head and stared straight into Feltyon’s auburn eyes.

“You cannot do this to me.”

Nox gritted his teeth. The emperor had wished to pass the throne to the second prince, not the crown prince. Nox had known this fact all along. But starting with his father, the patriarch, all the foolish elders of the family only saw what was in front of them and supported the crown prince with their power.

The emperor was physically frail but was by no means lacking in intelligence. Believing it could somehow be overturned—after all, the second prince was far superior to the crown prince—the Nox consistently provided information to the spy that the second prince had planted within their family.

‘I didn’t know about the assassination of the emperor, but I was the one who passed on the information about the attack on the second prince…’

He had thought he might not be able to save his family, but at least his life could be spared. However, given the current situation, Nox could not precisely gauge Feltyon’s intentions. Nox recalled the last letter Feltyon had sent him.

[A new dawn will soon rise. Just endure a little longer. Even though a false sun will ascend, it shall fall struck by an arrow. I have received the message that came as a bird. My thanks.]

And in that interval, Feltyon’s firm voice cut through like a knife.

“The crime of attempting to assassinate the sun of the empire is grave; therefore, you shall be executed here and now.”

Nox’s brow crumpled. Could it be, was he thinking of discarding Nox after use? He had thought only his foolish father was to blame.

Yet even so, no voice escaped him begging for his life. Just a sense of futility, thinking, so this is how it ends.

Even as Feltyon’s dark green eyes pierced him like daggers, he maintained a numb expression and raised his hand.

The knights standing beside Dolan and Nox did not hesitate to lift their swords. The cool sensation of the blade touching momentarily, assessing where to strike. And then, at that moment.

“Your Highness, I have a request.”

An unfamiliar voice interjected. Nox raised his gaze to look beside the second prince. A knight in gray armor, the one who had arrived with the crown prince’s head, was looking down at Nox from Feltyon’s side.

Hearing that strange voice, Nox felt an eerie sensation.

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