MOB 6: Leave it to me, Father!

“…Aristocracy is a complex society. Many things surprise me… I had no idea that I would ever be this surprised…” “…I’m sorry, Lord Salbert. I apologize for visting you on such short notice. “No… My daughter’s gone crazy, no matter how you look at it… I understand that…” My father, Lynd Salbert, who said thatContinue reading “MOB 6: Leave it to me, Father!”

MOB 4: An Audience with His Majesty the King

“Lift your head, Alice Salbet.” “… Yes, sir.” I slowly raise my head at the sound of a solemn voice above me. On the throne in front of me is His Majesty King Orion Smola, thirty-two years old and the head of the Smola Kingdom. He’s a perfect replica of Zeke. Or is it thatContinue reading “MOB 4: An Audience with His Majesty the King”

MOB 3: The maid loves her young lady

The next day. My maid, Mary, wakes me up early in the morning. I rub my sleepy eyes and sit down in front of the mirror to do my hair. This blonde drill curl is quite challenging to achieve. “…This hairstyle is a pain in the ass. I think I’ll straighten it.” “Please don’t, myContinue reading “MOB 3: The maid loves her young lady”

MOB 2: Chastising the Idiot Prince!

“w… wh… what… you… you! What do you think you’re doing! You’re not allowed to raise your hand to the first prince, dammit!” “Huh? I didn’t raise my hand. I merely put my foot out.” “He-hey, you’re ridiculous! This is disrespectful!” “Where’s the disrespect, you moron? What kind of delusional thinking has you saying youContinue reading “MOB 2: Chastising the Idiot Prince!”

MOB Prologue: If I’m going to reincarnate, couldn’t I be the heroine, or at least the villainous daughter?

TN: Now that I’ve translated more chapters, I’m getting a better feel for the tone of the author’s writing, so I’m going back and correcting some word choices. (I’m machine-translating. I’m doing my best. But even when I cross-reference, I sometimes get it wrong.) I’m also fixing up any grammar error I can find. During theContinue reading “MOB Prologue: If I’m going to reincarnate, couldn’t I be the heroine, or at least the villainous daughter?”