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“Trigger? Frida bodyguard?” Lucifer asked with intense and Trigger nod.

Lucifer turned to Oscar with an intense gaze and asked if Trigger, Frida’s bodyguard. Oscar nodded in response, confirming Lucifer’s suspicion.

“But there’s something you will h@ťě to know,” Oscar said, his face filled with concern.

Carol clung tightly to Lucifer’s body, as if sensing the tension in the room. In a hushed tone, Lucifer signaled Oscar to be quiet by placing his finger over his lips.

Oscar quickly understood and lowered his head, acknowledging Lucifer’s request.

Lucifer gently petted Carol, trying to soothe her, and carefully laid her down, making sure she was fast asleep. He then followed Oscar outside the room, eager to learn more.

“What’s that?” Lucifer asked, his voice dripping with coldness.

“There’s a lot to reveal, and I’m not sure which one you’d like to hear first,” Oscar explained.

“Anything related to Carol,” Lucifer replied, his tone filled with concern.

“The Ling Family, specifically Max, was responsible for Carol’s blindness,” Oscar revealed, causing Lucifer’s eyes to widen in shock.

Lucifer’s heart raced as Oscar revealed the shocking truth about Max’s involvement in Carol’s blindness. He couldn’t believe what he was hearing and his anger started to boil. He wanted to know more, especially about Anne’s connection to all of this. “Max was behind Carol’s blindness? Why would he do that?” Lucifer’s voice turned menacing, as if he was ready to take revenge.

“Anne told me,” Oscar uttered, and Lucifer furrowed his brow, trying to recall.

“Anne?” he repeated, and Oscar nodded.

“How did she find out?” Lucifer wondered aloud, taking a deep breath. “Call Anne,” he instructed.

“I don’t think she’ll answer. She locked herself up after Prince Rome left. She only had a brief conversation with me before locking herself up again,” Oscar explained.

“Why would she lock herself up? Did something happen that I’m not aware of?” Lucifer asked, and Oscar shook his head in denial.

“I think I should go after her,” Carol said quietly from the back, her gaze fixed on a distant point. Her blue dress was stained with blood, and her hair was still disheveled, but she retained an undeniable beauty.

Lucifer turned back and quickly walked to Carol, his eyes filled with concern. “When did you wake up?” he asked, giving her a gentle peck on her forehead.

“The moment you stood beside me,” Carol replied with a dry smile. She had heard the conversation from start to finish and knew what had caused the tension.

“You’re not supposed to be here. Come, let’s go,” Lucifer said, leading Carol towards the room, forgetting about Oscar standing there.

Oscar smiled and nodded. “So, Master can be this caring,” he said, storming out immediately.

Lucifer walked Carol to the bed and gently placed her down. “Did you feel any pain, I mean, down here?” he asked, touching Carol’s lower stomach.

“Yes, I felt a lot of pain, but it’s relieving,” she answered.

“I’m sorry,” he said, arranging her hair to the side. “Will you take a bath now?” he asked, kissing her cheek.

Carol shook her head in denial. She took one of Lucifer’s hands and caressed it slowly. “Can I ask you a question? Will you answer me?” she asked, her voice filled with vulnerability.

“Wh@ťěver you want to ask, I’m here to answer you,” Lucifer said, his cheeks slightly bulging.

“Frida. Why did you choose me over her?” Carol asked, struggling to hold back her tears. Knowing that Frida’s family was the one who made her blind hurt her pride.

“Lucifer took a deep breath and held Carol’s hand, gently massaging it. “If you ask me why, I may not be able to give you a specific answer. But I do know one life without you is meaningless. I can’t even imagine my life without you. You complete me, you’ve made me a better man,” Lucifer explained, his voice filled with sincerity.

“But why me? Why did you fall in love with me? I mean, you don’t know anything about me. So why this sudden affection?” Carol asked, tears streaming down her cheeks.

“I don’t need a reason to love you. Maybe if I had one, I could stop loving you. That’s why I chose to love you without any reason. My heart, my body, and my soul have chosen you. I love you, Carol. I really do,” Lucifer said, gently wiping away her tears with his hand. “Do you love me too?” he asked, his voice filled with vulnerability.

“Even if I do love you… I can’t see. I want to touch your face and explore your body. I want to experience everything together with you. I still want to go to the stream, to live life with you. But I can’t see… I feel so useless. I can’t even bathe for myself,” Carol whimpered, her voice filled with frustration. Lucifer couldn’t help but shed a tear as well, feeling the weight of her words.

“Carol, do you believe me? Do you trust me?” Lucifer asked, his voice filled with hope.

“Yes, I do. I believe you, but what can you do? I don’t even know who my family is… I feel so useless,” Carol cried, her voice growing louder.

“Stop crying. I want to cry too,” Lucifer said, using his hand to wipe away her tears once again.

“Wait, hold on! Is this some kind of love triangle situation? Why did you summon me here when you’re having a romantic moment with her?” Anne pouted, getting closer to them.

Lucifer lifted his head and stood up gently.

Anne walked further into the room, sniffing the air as she went. “What’s that smell?” she asked as she finally entered the room. “Carol!!” she shouted and ran towards her.

“Anne,” Carol said, pronouncing her name.

“I’ve missed you,” Anne said, and Carol nodded in agreement. “I’ve missed you too,” Carol replied.

They hugged for about a minute before breaking apart.

Anne’s eyes widened as she noticed the blood on Carol’s gown. She covered her mouth with her palm and gasped. “Don’t tell me…” she started to say, but then looked at Lucifer, who quickly looked away. “Carol, did you…?” she trailed off, and Carol gently nodded. “Wow… you two are incredible!” Anne exclaimed, running over to Lucifer. “Tell me what I don’t know,” she asked, her expression serious.

“You already know everything, Anne, maybe even more than I do,” Lucifer answered.

“I can’t believe this… but why is she crying?” Anne asked, pouting at Carol.

“You don’t need to know,” Lucifer replied coldly.

“Okay… I guess I’ll go now,” Anne said, turning to leave. But before she could go, Lucifer grabbed her arm.

“Did I brought you here to see her?,” he asked. “Oscar told me something this morning about Max. How did you know?”

Anne smirked and placed her hand on her chest, saying, “I know because I know. If you want to ask something, you have to do it politely. I’m still angry at you, but I will tell you for the sake of Carol.” Anne moved closer to Lucifer’s ear and whispered something, causing Lucifer to widen her eyes in surprise.

“Don’t be surprised, what I told you now can make Gwendolyn get angry” Anne said.

“What did you tell him” Carol asked suddenly and Anne laughed nervously.

“You don’t have to worry Carol but I have something to tell you” Anne said And walk closer to the bed. She sat beside Carol and held her two hand.

“What is it?” Carol asked eagerly.

“You know I promised to help you find your family?” Anne asked, piquing Carol’s interest. Carol nodded quickly. “Well, I finally did,” Anne said.

“Really? You found my family? Who are they? Have I met them before? Can you tell me their names?” Carol bombarded her with questions, but Anne shook her head in denial.

“I can’t tell you that. You’ll see them with your own eyes once we’re done with the ritual tomorrow.”

“Ritual? What ritual is that?”

“The ritual to cure your blindness,” Anne answered.

“You’re going to do the ritual tomorrow? Lucifer, is this true? Will I be cured tomorrow?”

“So you don’t trust me?” Anne asked sadly.

“No, I trust you. I just wanted to confirm. Lucifer didn’t mention anything,” Carol replied.

Lucifer shook his head and sat beside her while Anne stood.

“I promised to cure your blindness, didn’t I?” he asked, and Carol nodded.

“I can’t promise it will be tomorrow, but I know it will happen soon,” Lucifer assured her.

“Thank you, Lucifer,” Carol said, her voice filled with gratitude, as she pulled him into a tight hug.

“You two are really irritating me,” Anne shouted, interrupting their moment. Carol reluctantly released the hug.

“Anne, could you please take care of her? I have to go somewhere,” Lucifer asked, hoping for her understanding.

“But you said you could handle her yourself! You even warned me not to get involved,” Anne complained in a childish tone.

“Please, it’s a big favor,” Lucifer pleaded, hoping Anne would agree.

“Where are you going?” Carol asked, holding onto Lucifer’s hand, her eyes filled with curiosity.

“I’ll tell you when I come back,” Lucifer replied, planting a gentle kiss on her forehead before leaving.