Forget My Husband ill Go Make Money Chapter 16 is a series and ong too, lucia sing this song artist aristine swallowed dryly. But it would be even stranger if she refused to testify right now.

If aristine didn’t have any physical evidence and was only sounding her out after hearing what the maids said…

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Y/N: Rinee changed to Rineh. The preceding chapters reflect this change.

Seeing Jenikarina wink at her, Aristine replied with a smile.

“Why, that’s very nice of you.”

That was the answer Jenika wanted, but her smile was a bit stiff.

“Did… did she just go through the formalities with me?” (Y/N: Aristina didn’t use polite form when speaking)

Was this idiot looking down on her now?

“Ah, my bad. Princess Jenika, may I speak to you more comfortably?”[1]


But Jenikarina managed to squeeze out a smile.

What a really annoying woman.

She said, “My bad,” but there was no sign of remorse on her expressionless face, which made it all the more annoying.

“Actually, I’d rather…”

Shy around strangers – that’s what she was going to say, but Aristina opened her mouth before she could.

“That’s because you remind me of my younger sister. Princess Jenika, you said you needed me to think of you as my little sister, right?


Jenikarina could not say anything because she was so speechless.

“Ah, maybe you just said that to be polite? I don’t really know the difference. I thought you were serious.

Ariston’s gaze fell to the floor.

As expected of a beauty, this alone made her look miserable and sad.

Jenika was even more annoyed when she saw Marten sighing as if he felt sorry for Aristina.

“How can I be serious?! Why the hell would I want someone like you to think of me as your little sister!

There was only one person who could treat her like a younger sister, and that was her brother Hamill.

But in the end, the words that came out of her mouth were…

“Of course! I really meant it.”

Jenikarina forced a bright smile.

“So it’s okay, right?” (Aristin)

Seeing how Aristin received the honorary awards, Jenikarina’s smiling face immediately cracked.

All her life she was able to smile no matter what, but until today she had never had such a hard time smiling.

‘The devil. Is it because she’s lived by the wall all her life that she’s so tactless or what?

But considering what she had seen Paellamien do before, it didn’t seem like Aristine was being completely tactless.

Anyway, since the princess wanted to give up the honor first, she didn’t have to be official.

– Well, then Jenika too…


Aristin interrupted her.

“My younger sister always speaks to me with respect. Even at a very young age, she never reduced her speech to me.

Jenikarina was speechless for a moment.

Her thoughts went dark.

Then, at the same moment, there was a burst of laughter from right next to her.


It was Marten.

He tried to hold back his laughter, but he couldn’t stop it from spilling out. His shoulders were shaking.

Jenikarina looked at him and smiled sweetly.

“Brother Marten”.

“Um? Huh?”

“What’s so funny about this? Jenika wants to know too.

“Huh? No, it’s…”

“This is?”

“… I’m sorry.”

“What can you regret? Did you do something wrong to Jenika?

Aristina watched indifferently as Marten persuaded by Yenikarina’s attack, then looked away.

In fact, there was another person she had been wanting to deal with for a while now.

Nefter, King of Irug.

His sharp eyes, reminiscent of Tarkan’s, turned to her. His turquoise blue eyes held some interest.

“That’s a good sign.”

When Starlina started a fight with her, she only made Starlina shut up for convenience, but it seems to have had an unexpected effect.

The King of Irugo became interested in her because of this.

“He cares for Tarkan, so he probably wanted Tarkan’s partner to be a socially capable woman” [2]

At this time, the crown prince of Iruge has not yet been chosen.

Thus the struggle for succession was fierce and they were divided into two factions, one side belonging to her future husband, Tarkan, and the other side belonging to Hamil, the queen’s eldest son and biological child.

Like Hamill, Jenikarina was also a biological child of the Queen.

The rest of the prince and princess were from other concubines…

– No, Tarkan is an exception.

Tarkan was not born of a properly named concubine. He was born of an ordinary woman who was not even a concubine.

Birth itself was Tarkan’s political weakness. Because of this, most members of the royal family sided with Hamill.

The simplest explanation for this was that they despised Tarkan for being born of low birth.

A slightly more complicated explanation was that they were trying to remove a new power that would make them share existing aristocratic powers. The nobles united in one group and in one way or another tried to maintain the established power.

“At the finish of the day, politics is always a battle for interests.”

All the politics that Aristine saw through her monarch’s gaze were like this.

When all the members of the royal family were seated, the ladies of the palace served freshly brewed tea and refreshments.

Aristin stared at the teacup with the pink tea.

The tea swirled in the teacup and its fragrance wafted through the air, giving off a pleasant scent. The shiny jelly served with the tea also looked delicious and caught her eye.

“But today I came here to make a deal… no, I came to sell a product.

Aristine wanted to prove to Tarkan what a good salesperson she was.[3] And she was quite confident.

Aristin had a very good memory.

One thing is for sure, she never forgot anything she saw with her monarch gaze.

First of all, Aristina was limited in what she could do when she was imprisoned in a ruined palace with no one around.

Also, the Monarch’s gaze could not be used because it wanted to, so Aristine spent a lot of time contemplating what she had already seen.

It was the only way she lived her life.

She sat alone and thought over and over about the outside world reflected in the water.

Even memory became something that could be trained.

Aristina remembered a lot and could not forget. Also, due to this habit, she gradually became able to explore various things as she looked at the past, present and future with the gaze of a monarch.

Not just people’s conversations, but how beautiful the flowers were behind them, how blue the sky was or how bright the sun was.

She always carried such things deep in her heart and remembered them dearly in that dimly lit room.

Naturally, her observational skills increased.

But one might ask why it was important now.

Aristina had seen the King of Irugo before through her monarch’s eyes.

Not once, but many times.

Thanks to this, Aristine knew the secrets of the King, which even Tarkan did not know.

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