She's The Older Sister Of The Yandere Male Lead In A BL Novel - Chapter 34.1
Translator and Editor: Luka and Tea
Chapter 34 – Part 1
Overwhelmed with excitement, she embraced him.
His body seemed to momentarily stiffen at her action, then laughing out loud he hugged her back.
“Do you miss me that much?”
She cried out and wrapped her arms more tightly around his waist.
Yurenia has been curiously waiting!
It was none other than about the regression.
Yurenia couldn’t summon the busy boy Frey because of the rumors nor meet him because of Lisandro’s surveillance.
How could she not be delighted by the sight of him?
Yurenia felt like crying from the burst of emotion she was experiencing, but she didn’t know when her brother, Lisandro, would activate his sister radar anytime soon if she let them stay out for too long.
She quickly dragged Frey inside the room.
After Yurenia hurriedly beckoned Utah to leave them alone, she locked the door and as she turned around, she found Frey standing and smiling.
“Really! I missed you so much!”
“I know this is about the dream, but…”
Frey mumbled low as he caressed her hair.
“…but it feels good to be welcomed by you like this.”
“Hurry, come here.”
Yurenia grabbed his hand, and they sat down on the sofa. She saw his sleeves folded and wondered where he was going.
Before they continued the conversation, Yurenia took a deep breath and organized her thoughts. She found herself conflicted on what to ask first.
“You mentioned you had a dream, right?”
Frey gently nodded his head, not denying it.
“Can you tell me in detail what exactly happened in your dreams?”
The story of Yurenia’s friend that she hadn’t seen for a long time, and the story that Frey would tell, could be the next thing to save their lives.
If she learned of all the dreams he had from the beginning, Yurenia thought that maybe her questions would be answered one by one.
She readily opened her mouth, asking pointedly.
“Since when did Noona know?”
She recalled the day when she had her first dream, it was the year before she entered the temple…
“It was when I was eleven.”
“It started when I was nine. A year after I entered the academy, I realized that it was real. Around the time I graduated, I had come to understand that I came back from the past.”
The first day Frey had a dream was when Lisandro’s eyes began to make him uncomfortable.
Because their parents were close acquaintances, it was natural that Frey and Lisandro would often come and go together, and it was Lisandro who would often come to play at Frey’s mansion.
And on occasion when Frey would come to play in the mansion, Yurenia was often spotted reading by the windowsill in the distance.
Frey never had long conversations with Yurenia, who was kind and nice, other than greeting.
And obviously, Frey couldn’t take his gaze off Yurenia.
Lisandro noticed the gaze Frey had for her, and as much as possible, prevented him from coming to their mansion.
The first dream he had left him with a lot of thoughts regarding Lisandro, who seemed to engulf every aspect of him when they were young.
Then one day, his dreams suddenly stopped coming. So he thought it was just all a nightmare at first.
He dismissed the creepy sensation he felt, like a poisonous snake wrapping around him and slithering around, as just a nightmare.
When Frey started attending the Academy, he dreamed nonstop for a year.
In his dreams, a series of misfortunes was shown to him, starting with the death of his parents.
He couldn’t move from Lisandro, as his weakened body was always only swayed by him day by day.
On days he dreamed, his body ached more and he felt frustrated as if his heart was tearing apart.
He immediately wanted to rip Lisandro to pieces.
Under uncontrollable distress, Frey was able to avoid Lisandro on days he experienced the dreams because the classes both of them were taking were different.
Whenever Frey met him, his emotions would surge and he had the urge to hurt Lisandro.
It was fortunate that the Lisandro from his dreams had disappeared because of Yurenia, unlike in his dreams, his obsession couldn’t be seen.
And in the present time, there was no sense of madness in his disgusting sky-blue eyes.
It was only then that Frey was able to regain his peace of mind.
“But then, there was something I found odd.”
As Yurenia tilted her head in confusion, Frey followed suit, tilting his head slightly, and laughed low as he found her cute.
Unknowingly imitating Yurenia’s gestures was one of Frey’s habits he eventually developed from watching her all the time.
Yurenia always saw Frey smile whenever he was with her, so Yurenia didn’t find his actions odd.
“Noona and Lisandro weren’t close in my dream, but not too distant. Lisandro’s relationship seems to be drifting farther from Noona who only reads books. Actually, it seemed that he was the one who purposely stayed away.”
Yurenia listened attentively to the scenarios that weren’t mentioned in the novel.
“It was different in reality. The relationship between you two was different. Even now. I dismissed it as dreams as I saw your siblings’ love to the point that you two wouldn’t live without each other. I think it was hard to accept the fact that I was going through something like that when I was young.”
The gap between reality and dream was greater than Yurenia thought. In particular, with the relationship between the siblings.
When Yurenia started playing with Frey in the library and came close to him he felt like the afterimage of his dreams shattered.
The scent of Yurenia, her smiling face and her white hair carried by the breeze, made his heart pound despite there being no physical contact.
For Frey, the thump and pounding of his heart, the excitement of meeting her, was something he would never forget for the rest of his life.
“Then why don’t you think it’s a dream now?”
If Frey still thought of these as mere dreams and nothing more, there was no reason for him to bring this up.
“I actually had no plans to travel. That is, until I saw my ending.”
Yurenia’s eyebrows narrowed at Frey’s reply.
Her mysterious silver-gray eyes shook with sorrow. As if she knew what Frey was referring to.
‘You died before me.’
As if the world was painted black and white, red was the only color Lisandro could see.
The day when he felt a sense of constant despair as if he was falling into the abyss while Yurenia’s whole body was cold and pale.
The day he lost the person he loved before him.
The pain still throbbed at the edge of his heart.
‘…I could never forget.’
He refused to repeat the same outcome. And so he left.
Just when he realized that it wasn’t a dream, Frey could never speak of the story behind it.
Even now, he sounded like he was speaking nonsense. So he had to find Regina.
That is what mattered the most.
As he will answer every question that worried Yurenia.
Frey gently rubbed Yurenia’s hand as if to comfort her dismay that was showing in her wrinkled forehead.
“Noona, the gears are misaligned. Because Noona changed it.”
There were no more futures trapped that eventually lead to the deaths of her loved ones, who were destroyed by the hands of Lisandro.
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