Marry a Vampire - Chapter 5.2
“Oh, this is the case.” Penelope looked at Naze’s face which was losing its calmness. She felt relieved and smiled more naively.
“I heard that the banquet was held here, not far from the Strait of Messina where I live. Am I not welcomed by your highness, the noble Prince?”
“I haven’t heard of any guest who would would kidnap the master,” Naze looked indifferent, but his back was slightly trembling behind his hand, trying to hide his painful feelings. “Release my wife, I will welcome you soon.”
“Is Your Royal Highness willing to dance with me till dawn?” Penelope asked and raised the goblet in her hand and showed him the way to the waves. “Or, let us experience the passion of life together?”
“Ms. Penelope, please pay attention to your words.” Anastasia didn’t know that she was standing next to the pool. “The nobleness of the blood family doesn’t allow others to defile.”
Momo, who had been in a state of collapse, finally turned back because of this slightly familiar face. She turned her neck stiffly and found that the people present were all around, and the face of disclosure. Quite a lot, but still hadn’t realized the full extent of the situation. Her last resort was to try to understand what they were saying.
“Am I not more noble than a small human girl? Everyone is enchanted by my wonderful singing, driving their boats to the island where I spend my time at the sea, just to be able to see me,” she said between giggles. Penelope Seymour demonstrated her voluptuous fishtail, swam to the pool and smiled charmingly.
“Your Royal Highness, do you want to listen to my song? *Giggle* I will sing for you tonight.”
Penelope’s narcissistic declaration and successful confession interrupted the string in Momo’s brain again: Singing?! Banshee!! Aiming at the drop, it turned out to be a pseudo-mermaid, she said, the story of the mermaid should not be played like this!
Just listen to the banshee, and continue to say: “Please ask the Prince of the House to carefully consider my proposal? *Giggle* Otherwise, I can’t guarantee that this human woman will remain unharmed later!”
Well! To dare make empty threats and seduce her husband! When would she just die?! The angry Momo didn’t know where did the courage and strength came from, however she didn’t raise her voice. Instead, she violently pulled her hand away from the fishtail of the mermaid, and removed the wheat accessories from her head. With an exhausted strength, she directly, punched her scales.
1.)showed his way to the waves: As she is a mermaid she showed him the way towards the waves for dancing. Meaning come inside the water.
2.)She turned her neck stiffly and found that the people present were all around, and the face of disclosure: Meaning hearing Naze voice and commotion around her brought her back to her sense. As she was tired by that mermaid’s tail she had to turn her neck around stiffly. She couldn’t move much. And on seeing Naze’s face she found a disclosure. As in she realized Naze was there.
3.) Aiming at the drop, it turned out to be a pseudo-mermaid, she said, the story of the mermaid should not be played like this!
Just listen to the banshee, and continue to say. : pseudo mermaid means she was a sham, not a genuine mermaid.
Aiming at the drop means to get advantage of. So she was operating herself as a sham mermaid to take advantage of them. These are Momo’s thought. In short all the stories of mermaids in her mind that she ever heard before are lie.
Banshee meaning (in Irish legend) a female spirit whose wailing warns of a death in a house. So she just listened to that mermaid’s wails as she continued to say whatever she was saying.
4.) exhausted her strength., Directly atAgainst the scales, a punch flew right to them punched it! : exhausted her strength means she used all of her remaining strength. She had a lot of her strength in struggling to get her hand out of that tight grip of mermaid tail around her. And then she
used her hair accessory as a weapon. She inserted it in her tail with all of her remaining strength. Hurting her gravely.