I Became the Tutor of the Royal Twins - Chapter 151
“Heli Oppa! Read a book for us. Please?”
“Heli Hyung, please read this for us.”
Knowing exactly what Helios was weak against, the twins ambushed him.
And when they clung to his arms and pulled him along, Helios had no choice but to raise the white flag first.
Letting out a short sigh, Helios relented and sat in the middle of Rosé and Ferre.
As Helios crossed his long legs and leaned back against the headboard, Rosé and Ferre clung closely to him.
“What should I read first?”
His gentle voice murmured like the summer wind.
“Mine first, Oppa!”
“No, no. Hyung, Kick-King Ralph first!”
“That one’s boring though, Ferre. Oppa, read The Demon King of the Caribbean first please.”
“Hate you, Rosé. You always say mine is boring. Hyung, Hyung, scold Rosé. Please?”
Rosé and Ferre talked over one another and asked Helios to read the book that each of them brought first.
Both of them pushed their books to him with all their might. Helios could already imagine a yellow warning light turning on—this was going to lead to another fight.
‘I wonder how it’ll be when these younger siblings of mine are all grown up.’
Sighing, Helios took both Rosé and Ferre’s books.
Holding both books with his big hands, he held them so high up that the children wouldn’t be able to reach them.
“Hyung, mine first! Ralph! Ralph!”
“Oppa, mine first! Demon king! Demon king!”
The twins struggled to take their books back, but they couldn’t win against Helios’ strength.
Then, sweeping up both his younger siblings into his big embrace at once, Helios said this.
“Rock, paper, scissors. The winner will get to be first.”
And as soon as he said this, Rosé and Ferre’s gazes met. With their eyes locked on the other, the twins simultaneously shouted and held out their hands.
“Rock, paper, scissors!”
Rosé showed a fist, and Ferre’s fingers were in the shape of scissors.
Beaming right then, Rosé’s emerald eyes shone.
“You always do scissors, Ferre. I won again today.”
“Uugh. Hate you, Rosé. If you know, then just lose even just one time!”
Ferre puffed his cheeks. He pulled the quilt over him and dug into Helios’ embrace.
Although this happened all the time, Helios looked at his baby brother with a pitying gaze.
But since rock, paper, scissors was the fairest game for children, Helios set down Ferre’s book first. After all, he didn’t know what the consequences would be if he went back on his word here.
Helios started reading the fairy tale, and his voice was as soft as a lullaby.
Still though, when Helios read a line of the book—What will happen here in the Caribbean?—and asked the twins to guess, Ferre was also magically sucked into the story of the book.
After a long while, when Helios put down the book he had in his hands, the pull of slumber was pouring down on the children’s heads like a waterfall.
He quietly tucked the children under the covers, their eyes closed.
“Hmmm? Hyung? You’re not reading anymore?”
“I finished reading Kick-King Ralph’s whole story.”
“I’m so sleepy, Oppa.”
Helios’ whining younger siblings were so cute that he couldn’t help but softly sweep their silver and golden hair.
There were bright smiles on their faces even though they were all drowsy. Watching the children with a gentle gaze for a moment, Helios opened his lips and spoke with a serious tone.
“Rosé, Ferre. There’s something I need to ask you.”
The twins looked into Helios’ eyes, which were unusually more calm than usual.
“What do you think about me getting married?”
But their sleepy eyes soon widened as if trying to see if they heard it wrong. They blinked and looked at him with wide eyes.
“Who? Hyung, you?”
“What the, no way… Oppa!”
Rosé and Ferre immediately sprung out of bed at the same time. Helios was astonished by the sudden actions of his younger siblings.
“Oppa, you’re marrying Sera?!”
“Hyung, you’re marrying Sera?!”
They shouted in unison.
As if their sleepiness a while ago had vanished instantly, their eyes were now sparkling with excitement and anticipation. Their big eyes waited for Helios’ answer.
Helios was perplexed. He also wondered if he heard them wrong.
His younger siblings were now sitting upright on the bed with proper postures, as if they were very serious. He let out a prolonged sigh.
“No, Rosé, Ferre. It’s not like that. And Miss Popo would be very shocked to hear that. It’s rude to her.”
Before the children’s strange expectations would be fueled even further, Helios drew the line right away.
“Then why are you asking us, Hyung?”
“Who are you marrying, Oppa?”
“Are you serious about it, Hyung?”
“Is it the woman you brought to the banquet last time? But I don’t like her.”
The children were reacting more strongly than he expected. He watched the children, somewhat baffled.
They both had so much to say that Helios lost the words that he wanted to convey to them.
But the twins interpreted his silence as a positive answer. They had a dangerous hunch that their older brother might really marry that red-haired woman.
In an instant, they felt like they’d been pulled into a black abyss—as if the world was collapsing.
“Hyung, you’re serious? You’re going to get married?”
“Oppa, I don’t want you to marry someone other than Sera!”
The twins exclaimed, their cheeks puffing up like two squirrels who had mouthfuls of sunflower seeds.
Helios suddenly imagined that, if he poked them even a little, his younger siblings might shoot out those seeds straight out. Tak, tak, tak, tak!
He was at quite a loss right now.
Brushing up his silver bangs, which had dropped forward, Helios hurriedly soothed the twins.
“Rosé, Ferre. It’s not like that yet.”
“Not yet? So, it’ll be soon?”
“Heli Oppa! I don’t want Oppa to marry if it’s not with Sera. Absolutely not!”
“Me too! Me too! The same with Rosé!”
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