I'm Stuck on a Remote Island With the Male Leads - Chapter 33
I haven’t decided yet…… and it’s not like I’m going to leave right away.
What should I say in this case?
Enoch, who looked at me, was always attentive.
I don’t think there’s ever been a time he hasn’t looked after me since he started liking me.
I knew he’d be roughly aware, but I didn’t know he’d ask me this directly.
Enoch spoke again. I waited for his next words with a nervous face.
“Are you going to leave me too?”
With a gloomy face, he asked me in a voice that was heartbreakingly sad.
I was a little perplexed, so I hurriedly answered,
“Who is going to leave you? It’s not like that.”
He took one step closer to me.
Then he lowered his head slowly.
“Then let me be by your side, Margaret.”
He whispered in a soft voice in my ear. My ears felt itchy, so I touched my neck with my hand without realizing it.
“Don’t leave me.”
His large hand gently wrapped around the nape of my neck.
“Can you do that, huh?”
I raised my head and looked at him.
There was no expression on his face, but there was a pathetic light in his eyes.
I was mesmerized by the golden eyes that looked down at me.
Oh my gosh. What should I do?
Even though there is no room to enter, I want to make room for Enoch in the bunker.
“……don’t regret your words later.”
I didn’t answer his question intentionally.
Enoch just stared at my face without saying a word. A soft smile tugged on his lips. His large hand wrapped around the nape of my neck, then gently stroked my cheek.
“I bet it won’t happen.”
You shouldn’t be so sure.
Fortunately, Enoch continued to walk with me and did not ask for my answer.
I scouted around the river, and Enoch followed me and caught two rabbits.
Watching Enoch tying rabbits to his waist, I remembered Ruzef with a fish tied around his waist. Still, rabbits are better than fish.
It wasn’t until sunset that I and Enoch decided to return to the hut.
“It’s strange, I haven’t seen any monsters lately. Are the wolf-type monsters don’t come down to the riverside?”
At my question, Enoch looked around and glanced at me.
“I don’t think they even got near the beach where we woke up. It seems that wolf-type monsters hate water.”
At Enoch’s words, I nodded and recalled the contents of the novel.
Obviously, there are several types of monsters on this island besides wolf-type monsters.
Among the monsters, the most dangerous were those in the form of anacondas and those in the form of tarantulas.
As I recall, the anaconda-type monsters emit poison with their breath.
They usually live in swamps, but they are also often seen around rivers, so the main characters are very careful when going out to the river.
‘Wait…… the river?’
“Why didn’t I think of that before?”
Looking back, the hut we built was also near the river, so it wasn’t a place where we could feel very safe.
Enoch asked me what was going on, “Why?”
“Nothing. The sun is starting to set. Shall we go back?”
At my words, Enoch looked at my face with a puzzled look and then nodded.
Still, there’s one thing that’s fortunate, though, that when the sun is up, monsters don’t appear.
……or is that more dangerous?
“What is this?”
On the way back to the hut, Enoch found an empty box among the bushes.
It looked like a military item, but upon closer inspection, it was a supply box.
“Huh……? I think someone has already opened it. Was it someone in Archbishop Ruzef’s party?”
At my question, Enoch rested his chin on his hand, stared at the empty box, and then nodded.
“I think so. For now, it seems that the only people on this island are them and us.”
I didn’t know there would be a supply box. On the box was written ‘Integrated Logistics Support’ in Korean.
When I saw that, I revived the hypothesis that this island might be a remote island in Korea.
“The sun is setting already. Let’s go back quickly.”
No matter how much I looked into the empty box, there was nothing special. Enoch and I walked again and headed to the hut.
However, upon arriving at the hut, we witnessed a surprising sight.
“……what the hell is that?”
Enoch muttered in disbelief.
I was also at a loss for words when I saw the long anaconda monster by the river in front of the hut.
Dozens of harpoons were stuck in the weakly wriggling anaconda’s body.
Archbishop Ruzef, apparently fainted, was lying in front of the hut, and Kayden, full of wounds, put one foot on the anaconda’s head and put a harpoon down.
I was shocked for a moment when I saw Kayden covered in monster blood. But soon, seeing the wriggling anaconda, I hurriedly grabbed Enoch’s arm.
Enoch threw the rabbits hanging from his waist to the ground, grabbed the harpoon in his hand, and ran to Kayden. Then he helped Kayden and shoved the harpoon into anaconda’s head.
How the hell did this happen?
“Haah, I thought I was going to die.”
I came to my senses when I heard Kayden’s words and then approached them.
The anaconda looked completely dead.
“Are you okay?!”
I hurriedly looked at Kayden. There were many new wounds on his body. There were cuts and scratches, as well as wounds that seemed to be caused by poison.
There was a deep madness in Kayden’s red eyes. Kayden was full of red blood and looked back at me with a messy appearance.
As soon as I checked Kayden’s condition, I turned to Enoch, and again, I saw Enoch shaking with one hand covering his eyes.
A vein appeared on his reddened neck, perhaps he was holding back his seizures.
“What’s wrong with him?”
While Kayden looked at Enoch with a puzzled look, I picked up a string that had fallen on the ground, ran to him, and tied his hands and feet tightly.
“What are you doing, Margaret?”
Kayden ran after me and watched what I was doing. I answered while tying Enoch’s hands and feet tightly.
“I’m trying to calm him down.”
There was no time to answer Kayden because Enoch’s breathing was getting rough.
“Enoch, can you hear me?”
Fortunately, he nodded calmly as if he was still in a state of reason.
He seemed to be controlling himself with all his might, but due to his immense strength, the string that tied his hands broke. The muscles in his arms turned red as if in anger.
I patted him calmly.
“It’s okay, it’s okay.”
I sat him down slowly on the ground and patted him on the shoulder.
“Let’s stop now.”
Still, what is really fortunate is that controlling Enoch has become easier than before.
Enoch did not faint, and his seizures quickly subsided. If he calmed down quickly like this, there might not be a need to tie his limbs in the future.
I sighed in relief and stood up.
“Are you okay?”
I turned to Kayden, examining his wounds again.
“What’s happening now? What’s wrong with the Crown Prince?”
“I’ll explain later. I’m asking because your wounds seem very serious.”
At my words, Kayden looked at me and smiled.
His charming dimple was sunken, and his face was also dripping with blood, which made it a little creepy.
“Oh, Margaret. I’m glad you weren’t here. That bastard fainted as soon as he saw that.”
Kayden gave an absurd answer and pointed to Ruzef, who fainted. I looked at Ruzef once and glanced at Enoch this time.
“Where are you looking?”
Kayden, noticing I was looking at Enoch, turned my chin to look at him. As soon as our eyes met, he made a satisfied face.
“Look at me now, Margaret.”
Then he whined at me like a child seeking attention.
“I had a hard time. Praise me for doing a good job.”
His fine silver hair was all smeared with blood.
I looked at him quietly, then slowly reached out and stroked his hair.
“You did a great job, Kayden. I’m glad you’re safe.”
At my words, Kayden’s face brightened.
If he had a tail, he would have been wagging it now.
However, his eyes are a bit scary. Besides, now that he is covered in blood, he was even more frightening.
He grinned as he wiped the blood from his lips with the back of his hand. He looked like a real madman.