“You… are you trying to… lick my eyeballs?”
“Ah. You caught me.”
“You son of a bitch…”
“Am I a son of a bitch? A puppy?”
Seo Uiwoo made a barking gesture.
Kwon Jaejin felt a headache coming on.
‘When will I ever manage to raise that… that beast back into a human again?’
Swearing naturally comes to mind.
Even if he knows that Kwon Jaejin will eventually win the game, he can’t help but swear, as the process is this terrible. Suddenly, there is a feeling of darkness before his eyes.
“I don’t like it when you lick my eyeballs, the mucous membrane. If you’re a son of a bitch, like a dog, then just lick my mouth.”
Jaejin clenched his eyes shut. Then he slightly parted his lips.
Despite bearing the pain and clenching his jaws tightly, his lips parted, revealing a slightly moistened red tongue. His neat row of white teeth was also visible. Although Seo Uiwoo clicked his tongue as if regretting something, he did not refuse the spread feast before him.
“Alright. I like it.”
As if he had been waiting, Seo Uiwoo pressed his mouth to Kwon Jaejin’s and clung to him.
He twisted his head to ensure full contact and eagerly sucked on the tongue, slipping deeply into the other’s mouth. Each time he changed the angle to fit their lips together, the sharp line of the jaw became distinctly visible.
“Ah, hng… No!”
“Ha, good… Mmm, so good.”
Their hot breath clashed and mixed roughly.
Seo Uiwoo seemed intent on not giving any chance to breathe.
The tongue that invaded the mouth rubbed sensitive spots here and there, and the phallus that deeply pierced the stomach ruthlessly struck the inner walls. It felt as though all the flesh was about to be crushed and bruised, as if a bruise was forming in the lower abdomen.
In the violent moment that felt as if his mind would fly away, Seo Uiwoo reached out and grabbed Jaejin’s neck. Whispering with a crushed voice while their tongues entwined.
“I’ll put you to sleep now.”
At the deja vu-like words he had once heard, Jaejin’s throat was violently choked. The blood flow to his brain was cut off, and his vision gradually blurred.
The thought that he was undergoing this terrible nightmare again made his head pull back fiercely. But there was nothing he could do about it.
As the thought of dizziness surged, all strength drained from his body. His grasp on the sheets ceased with a jolt.
After a short but long hesitation, Jaejin slowly raised his hand. Wrapping his forearm around Seo Uiwoo’s back, he slid his fingers through the tousled hair.
Annoyed, he grabbed the sweat-drenched hair,
And methodically stroked it just a little.
‘That bastard Seo Uiwoo…’
While doing such things, he doesn’t remember anything…
‘Really, to the very end, he’ll…’
When he came to, the inside of his throat felt rough as if he had swallowed iron filings. His lips tasted of painful, bloodied bites.
This hoarse and twisted voice could hardly be believed to have come from a human.
His body was a complete wreck.
His muscles ached throughout his body, his skin was covered with bruises, and semen mixed with blood flowed down his thighs. He didn’t even know what day it was or what time it was.
Kwon Jaejin had been thrusted into repeatedly even after passing out. He woke up several times in the middle of it, still being shaken by Seo Uiwoo, and each time he woke, he was choked over and over again.
If Seo Uiwoo hadn’t been called away on an emergency deployment, he would probably still be at it.
Jaejin forced his drained muscles to move. It was difficult to even move a finger, but he couldn’t just lie there. Fumbling with his hand at the bedside, he touched a small, flat object.
Inside a transparent case was a bright blue potion.
Jaejin pulled it towards him, twisted the cap open, and found a syringe inside. Finding a blue vein in his forearm, he shoved the needle in and pressed the protruding switch at the end.
The drug mixed with his blood, and immediately his self-healing abilities rapidly increased.
Slowly, the torn flesh regenerated, and the bruises noticeably faded away.
Incidentally, this miraculous cure was completely unknown to ordinary people. Ordinary people weren’t even aware that healing factors existed. If they did, they would desperately vie for it.
‘Maybe poor people like me are the only ones who don’t know about it.’
Even if the general public didn’t know, perhaps the wealthy class had secretly diverted it for their use. Well, that wasn’t Kwon Jaejin’s concern right now.
After injecting all of the healing factor, Jaejin tossed the case aside and lay buried deep in the bed until his body sensations returned. He felt gr*my in his torn and dirty clothes, but he didn’t have the energy to take them off.
He stared at the ceiling in vain, blinking his blank eyes.
Seeing the sky outside the bulletproof glass so blue, it seemed that it was probably daytime.
On the day he was kidnapped and forced into his first guiding, Seo Uiwoo had returned from his battle mission at dusk, so there was plenty of time.
‘That bastard Seo Uiwoo…’
Thinking of him, his chest grew hot again.
There was something heavy like a blockage inside, irritatingly churning.
Kwon Jaejin filled his rising anger with curses towards Seo Uiwoo.
‘Even if beating him wouldn’t be enough… That crazy, fucked-up, goddamn son of a bitch…’
He would have been fine with returning to the past, with his death, and with becoming Seo Uiwoo’s guide again for the second time.
He was actually fortunate to have the opportunity.
In his second life, he could easily achieve his goals, choosing the optimal path without wasting time, reaching his objectives.
He felt it was unfair.
Four years of struggle had vanished like a bubble, leaving him a bitter fury.
‘That guy should get his asshole brutally torn open too. That whore.’
Is this how it feels when a lofty tower collapses?
Kwon Jaejin’s past four years.
Those years of blood, sweat, and tears had been completely reset.
Suddenly kidnapped and imprisoned, he was thrust repeatedly without being able to make sense of the beast attached to him. Despite persevering and fighting for survival, he died in vain, and now all his struggles were futile, starting over from the beginning.
Could anyone remain sane and cope in such circ*mstances?
Even the holiest of saints would be incensed and overwhelmed if they found themselves in Kwon Jaejin’s position.
Stuck with Seo Uiwoo—an inhuman, ESPER S-class life form barely resembling a person—he has to start from scratch, explaining and teaching the most basic differences from one concept to the next. It would be maddeningly frustrating to think of enduring this again.
What did Kwon Jaejin do to deserve this? Why should he repeat the same experience?
‘Ha. I don’t know.’
At that moment, he gave up.
‘It’s done. There’s nothing I can do now that I’ve returned to the past.’
It’s no use lamenting over the injustices or hoping the situation will change.
‘I should spend this time taming Seo Uiwoo instead.’
Jaejin was lonely,
and he was alone.
The Seo Uiwoo who existed in his timeline was no more. Here was Seo Uiwoo, reset to the starting point.
He was not Kwon Jaejin’s Seo Uiwoo.
Yet, that didn’t mean he couldn’t be Kwon Jaejin’s Seo Uiwoo either.
Just as a parent suffering from Alzheimer’s disease who no longer remembers their child isn’t any less of a parent, Seo Uiwoo not remembering Jaejin doesn’t mean he’s no longer Seo Uiwoo.
Kwon Jaejin had already agreed once to be in a relationship with him.
Therefore, even if Jaejin was living his second life, he intended to be in a relationship with Seo Uiwoo, just like in the first.
Not only because it was more convenient to gain Seo Uiwoo’s cooperation by dating him, but it also somehow seemed natural to think that Seo Uiwoo was rightly meant to be Jaejin’s partner.
Kwon Jaejin planned to train Seo Uiwoo into a decent person and avoid the disaster looming in four years. Then, he would nurse his grudges while somewhat living well together, eventually treating him fondly and nurturing a long-lasting peace. That is, after the initial difficulties, it would be Jaejin’s victory.
‘Even though it’s a tough life twice, this captive, experienced situation is better than being a newbie. Right?’
It’s just a momentary hardship.
After that moment passes, it will be Kwon Jaejin’s victory.
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