s to prevent them from poking her eyes.

“Of course, we won’t know until then, but don’t worry too much.
This is a secret, but I applied for the position of your dedicated maid.”


So don’t worry, young miss.
I’ll always be by your side from now on.”

“I’m glad.”

At Lia’s kind words, Thiel relaxed and unconsciously smiled with relief.

Seeing Thiel’s expression, Lia also smiled with delight.

If anyone else had seen this scene, Lia was certain they would have had the same expression as her.

Lia gently laid the little girl in her arms on the bed, covering her with a blanket up to her neck, before tears almost escaped her eyes at the cuteness of the child.

“Don’t worry, little miss, please sleep well.
Should I sing you a lullaby?”

“Oh no, it’s alright! I can sleep by myself!”

Although Thiel secretly hoped that Lia would sing a lullaby, she refrained from showing it, as she didn’t want to give the impression that she was too dependent on her.

Lia smiled brightly after gently stroking Thiel’s head.

“You’re such a brave little girl.
I’ll leave the small lamp on the table and turn off the lights.
If you get scared or need anything, please ring the bell on the table.”


“Also, Lord Cassius ordered to prepare a room for you quickly, so a beautiful room will be ready soon.
This room may be a bit uncomfortable, but…”


Thiel’s eyes widened at Lia’s words.

The ‘Lady Olivia’s’ room was very spacious, not cold at night, and very pretty thanks to its cute decorations.
But how could this room be uncomfortable to live in?

Before Thiel could say anything, Lia lightly patted her on the comforter and whispered to her.

“Please bear with it a little.
I’ll decorate the most beautiful room for you.”

Thanks to Lia’s words, Thiel missed the chance to say that this room was also excellent and could only nod her head.

After Lia left the room, Thiel snuggled deep into the large and cozy comforter.

The comforter was fluffy and warm.


The office of Alpheus Ewald Asterian, head of the Asterian family.

“So, what is it you want to say?”

Alpheus, sitting on the couch, looked at Cassius sitting across from him and urged him on.

Cassius seemed lost in thought for a moment, his eyes blinking slowly, before finally meeting Alpheus’s gaze after his urging.

“Ah, that.”

“Don’t beat around the bush, Cassius.
You know I have little patience.”

At Alpheus’s impatience, Cassius gave him a weary look before nodding his head and opening his mouth.

“What is it that you’re so worked up about?”

“The child has manifested her ability.”

“Okay, so she manifested his ability… what?”

Alpheus’s eyes widened.

Her manifested an ability?

If it was an ability, it’s usually manifested within a year of birth, but she manifested it just now?

“More importantly… she didn’t have any abilities until now?”


Cassius nodded calmly.
Alpheus now had a look on his face as if everything had become clear.

“So that’s why the child was treated that way in Nestian.”

Because she couldn’t manifest her abilities.

Since it’s typical for abilities to manifest within a year of birth, it was certain that Zender didn’t expect the child to manifest an ability so late.

Of course, Alpheus was no different.

“I’ve never heard of a case where someone manifested their ability this late.”

According to records, the latest age for manifesting an ability was four years old.
There were no records of anyone manifesting an ability after the age of four.
So, to manifest an ability at the age of seven…

“But, the child’s ability wasn’t ice or fire.”

At Cassius’s words, Alpheus turned his gaze towards him, as if asking what he meant.

The flames of Asterian and the ice of Nestian.

Since Thiel was the daughter of Lena and Cassius, if she were to manifest an ability, she should have either manifested the ability of flames like her brothers or the ability of ice like Lena.

“You mean it wasn’t ice or fire? Then what on earth was it?”

T/N: Dun Dun Dun what would her ability be.

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