1 Unexpected Encounters

Christine's eyes widened as she saw the many people in front of her wearing different clothes and dancing with happy faces.

She had heard of this before - when humans would gather in the square and dance like that, it meant they were celebrating a festival.

Christine tried to follow the movements of the women wearing beautiful dresses before finally walking away. There were still many things about the human world that she wanted to see. She didn't know when else she would get this opportunity to sneak into the human world, so Christine decided to take a look.

Yes, this was the first time Christine had come here. She had snuck out after her family left and left her alone.

Pulling up the hood of the robe she was wearing so people wouldn't see her face, Christine walked down the street lit by street lamps while occasionally glancing at the buildings beside her.

Christine's footsteps stopped when she could see a building that was very tall and looked luxurious. Intrigued by the place, Christine decided to take a closer look.


Christine finally hid on a balcony of the tall building after trying not to be caught by the humans who seemed to be guarding the tall building. Judging from the clothes they wore, Christine could tell that they were knights, people she had to avoid because they were people who could kill her.

Yes, Christine is a vampire and the war between humans and vampires is ongoing. Even though Christine never left the house, she was told to run away the moment she saw the humans clad in white armors with red robes, they were knights assigned to kill vampires.

After making sure none of the knights had noticed her arrival, Christine finally stood up and walked over to the only open window. Her eyes immediately sparkled as she saw that it was a spacious area with lots of interesting items that she was seeing for the first time.

There was a large box and a luxurious-looking chandelier, not to mention a very wide chair in the middle of the room that Christine was sure she could lie down on

Without having to wait long, Christine immediately entered the room through the unlocked window and started looking around the room. Starting from a large box that turned out to contain clothes that hung neatly, until finally she chose to sit on that very wide chair.

"This chair is so comfortable," Christine exclaimed as her butt settled into it.

Feeling tired and wanting to lie down, Christine took off her boots and climbed onto the wide chair, then lay down there and closed her eyes, until she finally fell asleep.


William came out of the bathroom wearing a bathrobe and got ready to put on his nightshirt. He then went to bed, ending his tiring day. However, William's eyes immediately opened wide when he saw someone wearing a black hooded robe, hiding that person's face.

"Who is this person? Did he try to kill me and then fall asleep because I took too long in the shower?" thought William, finding this situation completely ridiculous.

His eyes focused on the person still sleeping on his comfortable bed, and slowly walked over to the cupboard where he kept his sword.

When William managed to take his sword and was about to point it at the person, suddenly the person's hand moved, removing the hood covering their face.

"Ah, it seems I fell asleep," said the person slowly.

William blinked when he heard the woman's voice coming from his bed.

"Who are you? What are you doing in my room? Did you come here to kill me?" asked William, raising his sword.

However, before he could point his sword at the woman's neck, she quickly got off the bed and moved away from William.

Christine looked at the man still in his bathrobe, gaze lingered on the man's chiseled features and fit physique, her heart racing as she took in his wet silver hair and piercing blue eyes

This was the first time she had seen such a handsome human!

Not to mention, the man's chest looked muscular and his stomach was not big, as she often saw

Christine hastily shook her head, this was not the time to be mesmerized by the handsome human in front of her!

She must think of something!

Meanwhile, William's heart skipped a beat as the hood fell from the woman's face, revealing her stunning black hair and striking features.

He couldn't help but feel drawn to her beauty, even as he tried to remain focused on the potentially dangerous situation at hand.

The soft glow of the moonlight only made her more captivating, but he knew better than to let himself be lulled into a false sense of security. This woman could very well be an assassin who was after his life, and he needed to keep his guard up.

"I ask you once again," William said, trying to keep his voice steady despite the fluttering in his chest. "What were you doing in my room? If you explain yourself, I may consider letting you go."

"Damn it! Think, Christine, think! I'm sure I could kill him in one hit and then run away from here, but... he's too handsome," thought Christine, who was in a dilemma about what to do.

As William saw Christine's fearful face, he finally put down his sword, realizing she was not a threat.

After all, with that face, there was no way this woman could be an assassin, right?

"I'm not going to hurt you, so let's talk. What's your name?" William asked gently, slowly placing his sword on the floor so as not to frighten the woman any longer.

However, contrary to William's expectation that Christine would speak, she immediately turned around and climbed out of the open window. William tried to chase after her, but the woman had already descended from the balcony of his third-floor room and fled the palace

William was surprised. How could the woman have come down from the balcony of his third-floor room? Did she use the help of a tree beside his room?

No, this was not the time to think about that. He had to chase after the woman and find out more about her.


William stumbled back into his room, panting heavily from his pursuit. He was frustrated with himself for letting her slip away. He had let his guard down when he saw her scared face and now he was paying the price for it.

As he was about to close the window, he noticed a pair of boots on the ground. William's heart skipped a beat when he realized they didn't belong to him. They were too small for his feet.

"Could these be hers?" he whispered to himself as he picked up the boots. A small smile formed on his lips as he imagined the mysterious woman who had caught his attention.

William felt a mix of excitement and curiosity as he examined the boots. He didn't know who this woman was, but he was determined to find out. He felt a rush of adrenaline as he realized this was his chance to see her again.

"I don't know who you are, but I will find you," he said confidently to the empty room, holding the boots tightly in his hand.

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