Akuyaku Reijou wa Danna-sama wo Yasesasetai – 124

6 – 14

“She’s my sister! That’s my sister’s hand! You can’t just take it like that!”

As she lost her balance and tumbled forward, she reached out towards Camilla.

“You can’t take the hand of a man like that! You know that his real identity is just that ugly toad swamp! How can anyone call him a good man!?”

The people who watched from the periphery looked at Therese with cold eyes.

After the true identities of Julian and Liselotte had been revealed, both Camilla’s ostracization and reputation had been flipped on their head in a matter of moments. Right now, everyone saw Camilla as a sort of tragic heroine, who had been framed as a villain.

Meanwhile, people were keenly aware that Therese had been the source of information for many of Camilla’s supposed crimes. In order to isolate and cause Camilla’s downfall, Liselotte had used Therese.

The fact that Liselotte and Therese had become so publicly close after Camilla’s exile would also become a major point of suspicion against her. Therese was one of Liselotte’s accomplices. A key figure in Camilla’s tragic wrongful conviction.

All the people in the audience saw was the second of the two villainesses, who had worked so hard to frame Camilla.

“Choose me instead.”

But, Therese didn’t care about any of that.

A man had suddenly appeared to rescue Camilla, who she was supposed to save herself, and was now going to take her away for good. It was the worst possible turn of events for Therese.

“Don’t go back to the swamps. Such a disgusting place, I’m sure that you don’t want to return there again either, sister!”


Therese didn’t listen to Camilla’s words. Like the same little girl who threw tantrums all those years ago, she shook her head as tears streamed down her face.

“Don’t leave me, sister…”

It was the first time she had ever seen Therese so truly desperate. Camilla, who never took anyone’s hand, had chosen someone else. She didn’t care about the hatred in the eyes of those who looked down at her, the only thing she was terrified about was the thought of losing Camilla.

Therese didn’t even look at Alois, that odious man who was trying to steal her Camilla away. The only person she stared up at was Camilla herself.

“Please, take my hand. I’ll save you, sister. No matter what!”

Therese reached out to her. Compared to Alois’, her hand was small and dainty. Hands that couldn’t protect anyone.

“Because we’re family! I’ll hold you close, whenever you need me! No matter how much it hurts, no matter how painful it is, no matter how sad! I’ll share it all. All of your sadness! All of your pain!”


As they heard Therese scream that word, Viscount Neumann and his wife raised their heads. Therese, however, didn’t notice.

Not caring at all about her appearance, her eyes were red and puffy as she wailed, tears streaking her face. And as she begged, no one took the hand that she reached out.

“Don’t abandon me, sister… Please, don’t throw me away again… Don’t apologize… Don’t leave… If I was in your position, I’d never let you go!!”

– Don’t abandon me.

Don’t apologize. Don’t leave. Because we’re family.

Sharing the same burdens. The same hardships. Even if they fell into poverty, even if they faced painful days, that was fine.

They would struggle together, overcome adversity together, and live happily together. As a family.

Don’t apologize, father. Don’t be sad, mother. Please don’t abandon me, my real mother and father.

She didn’t care about how hard things got. She didn’t care about being poor. If they could be together, then she could bear all of it.

But, no one could be her real family. She was an abandoned child.

Soon after she was born, her real family abandoned her.

And as a young girl, Therese had always cried.

“Don’t abandon me, don’t abandon me, don’t abandon me, please, don’t throw me away… please don’t go!!”

Camilla looked down at Therese as she sobbed.

It wasn’t as if she didn’t feel something for her.

It wasn’t as if she didn’t understand how she felt. Camilla too had always wanted a family that cared for her.

But, Camilla didn’t feel sorry for Therese. That’s because Therese had always had what Camilla had wanted.


Therese kept stretching her hand out towards her, not wiping the tears from her eyes. Like a selfish child. After gazing at that hand for a moment, Camilla took a deep breath.

Then, after a moment’s hesitation, slapped away that hand.

“A hand like yours could never save me.”

Her voice was cold and stern. It was almost too cruel of a voice to use against a crying child.

But, Therese wasn’t a little girl anymore. How could she pity or forgive her now, after everything she had done?

“If you want someone to save, then save yourself, Therese!”


Therese was stunned by those harsh words of rejection.

She lost strength in her legs and sank to her knees.

As she did, she collapsed into heaving sobs.

Even at the very end, her sister still wouldn’t take her hand.

As she fell to the floor, there was another commotion in the crowd.

There were two pairs of people; Viscount Neumann and his wife, as well as the Count and Countess Storm.

Camilla’s uncle and his wife went straight to Therese’s side. Meanwhile, Count and Countess Storm surged straight past them without stopping.


Camilla’s father, Patrick, didn’t even spare Therese a glance as he took the hand of his daughter that Therese couldn’t.

“You… you really were innocent this whole time…!”

Camilla’s mother, Katarina, took her other hand. She felt the breath stop in her throat. Just when was the last time she had touched her mother’s hand, Camilla wondered? She could only vaguely recall the soft touch of her mother’s hand when she was a young girl. The only other times she felt the harsh touch of her mother’s hand from then on was when she was being punished.

“I’m so sorry, Camilla. We didn’t believe you…”

As she looked past her parents who seemed like they were on the verge of tears, she saw the Viscount and his wife take Therese’s hands in the same way.

It was as if Camilla and Therese had swapped places once again. Camilla continued to look at Therese, who still received hateful glares from the people in the crowd.

“I’m sorry… no.”

Viscount Neumann almost said it, but he stopped himself.

“I won’t apologize. You don’t need to apologize to me either. If people wish to blame you, then we’ll bear it together.”

“We should never have let you go.”

Viscountess Neumann looked so pale it wouldn’t surprise anyone if she collapsed after she pushed her frail body to run after Therese.

Although her hands were small and trembling, she hugged Therese as hard as she could.

“You’ll always be our daughter.”

– Ahh…

Something she had always dreamed about.

What Camilla had truly always wanted.

“…We were tricked! We never suspected that Therese was someone who could do something like that!”

But, it was something she would never have. Her father’s words reminded her of that.


“Because of Therese, you were put through so much pain. Ahh, we’re so sorry… because she was an unfortunate child, we spoiled her too much. Who could have ever believed that she would do something like that to her real sister…”

Therese must have heard what Patrick was saying only a few footsteps away. Or, perhaps she was lucky and didn’t hear him above her own sobbing. But, Camilla was sure her father wasn’t thinking about that at all.

“It must have been so hard, being alone like that… I’m so sorry that we never noticed.”


“You have always truly been our only daughter. Yes… because of an awful lie, we’ve done something awful. Even though you’ve been with us your entire life…”

As Katarina began to cry, Camilla looked down at her. Camilla and Therese. Both of them were their daughters. But, just once, have they truly thought about their words?

“Father, mother.”

Camilla called out to the two of them without any wavering in her voice. She tried to keep calm, but it seemed like it would be a futile effort. She could feel something beginning to boil in the pit of her stomach, and she felt like it would soon find its way to her voice, like it always did. But, for whatever reason, she felt strangely cold instead.

It was as if she had finally woken up from a dream.

“All this time, I told you that what they said was wrong.”

“That’s right. You truly were innocent.”

Patrick nodded. He had always heard Camilla deny everything thrown against her. But, more than anyone, he should have truly listened.

“My innocence… did you ever truly believe in it at all?”

Patrick blinked. It took him a moment to realize that those were words of blame.

– Why did you never trust me?

He realized that’s what Camilla was trying to say.

“…I did, or rather, I always wanted to. Of course, I wanted to believe in my daughter! But, there was so much evidence against you… We were taken in by the lies and believed them… we were fools.”

The proponents of the lie were a web of conspirators that fooled the entire country. Believing in it, her parents really may have been fools. But, the conspiracy was too powerful. It was simply all an unfortunate series of events.

“Forgive us… you really are our true daughter. We love you, you have to understand that…”

We love you.

So, forgive us. Let everything be water under the bridge.

Camilla just couldn’t understand it at all.

They adored Therese out of love, and begged Camilla’s forgiveness out of love. When one waxed, the other waned. As they asked Camilla for forgiveness, just where had their love for Therese gone?

Did they think that just with ‘love’, everything could be forgiven and forgotten?

And in doing so, tear Camilla and Therese apart?

“…Let’s go, Camilla.”

Behind Camilla, who looked down at her parents, a stern voice spoke out.

It was Alois. He looked at Camilla with a severe expression.

“They’ve said more than enough. We don’t have time for this.”

“Lord Alois…”

Camilla looked back at Alois. But, Camilla’s parents didn’t let go of her hands.

They hadn’t yet heard the words they desperately wanted to hear from Camilla.

I forgive you. Those are the words they were waiting for.

“Don’t go, Camilla. You’re our daughter. You’re the only child we have.”

“You don’t have to listen to them anymore, Camilla. Let’s go.”

“…You go too far, Duke Montchat! She is our beloved daughter!”

Katarina screamed. To her, Alois’ words were those of a cruel man, trying to tear apart her family. Katarina trembled as she kept speaking.

“Camilla, you wouldn’t abandon us, would you? If we lost both of our daughters like this, how could we go on…!?”

“You are a daughter of House Storm. You will never have to go through hardship again. I’ll make sure that you’ll have everything you could ever need. And I’m sure that we can help the House of Montchat in some way. Therefore…”


Before Patrick could once again beg for his daughter’s forgiveness, Alois brusquely cut him off.

Alois didn’t wear his usual calm expression anymore. There wasn’t even a shadow of his usual gentle smile. His face was cold and hard as he looked at Patrick and Katarina.

“That won’t be necessary at all. Camilla, I have no use for the power of the Storm family.”

Alois reached out his hand again. Camilla was puzzled by this side of Alois that she hadn’t seen before.

She had never heard such a cold voice coming out of that kind mouth of his. Even during the times that she and Alois had quarrelled, there had always been an undertone of genuine care.

“Let’s go. Throw away the name ‘Storm’. You’re already a part of the Montchat family.”

Camilla looked between Alois and her parents.

Don’t go, Patrick’s eyes said. I love you, said Katarina’s. You’re the only one. Our only daughter. Therese’s sobs filled the silence between Camilla and her parents.

But, they didn’t take a single look back at Therese, who was still sunken to the ground. Therese was a villainess after all, who supported a criminal and framed Camilla. A girl who had brought shame on the Storm name.

They didn’t need a daughter like that. In the same way they once hadn’t needed Camilla.

“Father, mother.”

Camilla threw off the two hands that clung to her. She remembered what Therese had said when she arrived in the royal capital.

She was right. This kind of thing would just repeat itself over and over again. She didn’t feel an ounce of heartache as she cast them aside.

“…Are you going to abandon your daughter once again?”

As their daughter threw aside their hands and asked them that, the two of them looked at her in stunned silence. They probably didn’t realize straight away that they would never hold their daughter’s hands again.


They didn’t know what she meant. The two of them loved their daughters. Camilla and Therese both, they had loved them since the day they were born.

“We never abandoned you. What an awful thing to say…! You’re the one who is abandoning us, are you not…!?”

Patrick looked aghast. It was as if he couldn’t believe what Camilla had said at all. How could they ever abandon their beloved daughter? They had brought her up with the greatest of care.

Yet, despite everything, their daughters never understood that at all. As parents, it was terribly sad.

“Why don’t you understand, even though we love you so much!?”

Patrick’s grievous cry echoed through the courtroom. Certainly, some kind-hearted people would sympathize with that pitiable sound. As parents themselves, they must have known what that would feel like. They felt sorry for them.

Perhaps, Camilla might even be described as an ‘awful daughter’ in the rumours once again. The same would be said about Therese. Two terrible daughters, who betrayed their parents’ love. The Count and Countess would be pitied as the two poor parents, who suffered from their daughters’ heartlessness.

They would forever wallow in that sympathy. And their two beloved daughters would never return to their side.

Camilla shook her head.

She was fine with that. Let them call Camilla cold and heartless if they want. A despicable daughter who didn’t return her parents’ love. Maybe, in time, they might come to call her a villainess again.

– But, I do not care at all!

Containing that angry yell in her heart, Camilla raised her head.

She didn’t care what they said about her. She wouldn’t regret the choices she made.

A number of hands had reached out to Camilla. But, Camilla knew exactly which hand she wanted to take.

So, as usual, Camilla puffed out her chest with pride and raised her chin.

“So long, father, mother. Take care.”

With a determined voice, Camilla turned on her heel with those words, walking away from both of them for good.

“Wait just a second! You aren’t leaving me behind this time!”

Just before Alois and Camilla could leave the courtroom together, Diana caught up with them with a shout.

Camilla smiled, realizing that Diana had run up to them the very moment she had made her decision.

She really was like Camilla’s big sister, someone who knew her far better than her father and mother ever could.

To Camilla, Diana was certainly someone she could truly call family.



If I can manage another double release, then I’ll be releasing the (sorta) last two chapters of Yasesasetai tomorrow.

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  1. Thank you so much for the releases! >w< At least we know now where Therese has gotten her acting skills from. owo

    1. I think it’s worse than that. These parents aren’t even acting. If they were good actors they would’ve kept the appearances before (just in case Camilla becomes Duke Montchat’s wife – such a connection would surely benefit the Storm family and antagonizing, never mind thinking about disowning Camilla was just a dumb move).
      Basicallly, these two pieces of trash aren’t acting. They really did a full 180 in a heartbeat, suddenly regaining all the affection for Camilla and throwing Theresa under the bus. It’s not an act. They are simply that terrible as people.

  2. …sorta? But yeah, props to the Neumanns for still throwing their support behind Therese, despite everything. Meanwhile, the Storm couple still seem to think of themselves as decent people…bleh. 🤮

    Thanks for all your hard work! 😁

    1. Your avatar’s photo really describes my reaction when I read the parents talking.

      Like, how can such piece of trash even think they have the right to call Camilla their daughter?

      1. And don’t forget Theresa who they
        – gave away as a present
        – took in like a pet when they liked her
        – threw away as trash when they realized she’s not like they thought she is and that they don’t really like her anymore

        Seriously. These two might be the worst villains of this story. I mean, “Julian” was basically carrying the grudge of his family and vassals on his shoulders, plotting a coup d’etat for his family’s sake. Liselotte was working for her family and backing the man she loved (and what actually became her downfall was that she didn’t completely give up on her humanity – had they executed/exiled her at the very start, the plan would’ve worked). Therese was a broken teenager (she has what, 15 years?) trying to cope with the feeling of being abandoned by everyone. And then there are people like Gerda who was basically doing her job as best she could, fiercely loyal to her real master.

        Literally every major villain in this story is much, MUCH more sympathetic than the Storm couple.

        1. I agree! All those people had their reasons and circumstances. But these two? They just simply care about looking good, and the worst thing is that they wholly believe they ARE good people. Those kind of people are the worst. Truly irredeemable, because they think that they are the ones in the right, so they never listen to anyone else, continuing to walk down the same path til it drops them off a cliff or something.

          Camilla was right to walk away, these parents are seriously toxic!

          Actually, all parents in this series have been awful! xD We have Klaus’ father, real Julian’s overprotective mother (I know, she wanted to protect her son but isolating him with her while she was dying of sickness, forcing her son to watch as she withers away? That’s just awful!), real Alois’ parents who basically threw their grudge on his shoulders and Liselotte’s who probably did the same… yeeeeah this is definitely a trend.

  3. Oooh, my skin is clear, my crops are green, the sun is shining, what a good chapter! These translations and chapters are 👌👌👌💯 10/10 I can’t even.

  4. I do think forgiveness is key to keep the family close, but those two parents, they’re just asking for forgiveness yet have zero clue about what they did wrong! They still dare to call themselves victims instead of thinking of what they did to BOTH their daughters!

    I hope Therese returns with the Neumann family. Those two don’t deserve a child at all; they didn’t love either of them and only loved themselves.

    Speaking of Therese, I don’t find her pitiful. And I don’t get her. I mean, if she treasured the Neumanns who loved her though they were poor, why did she agree to return to the Storms? Only to spite Camilla? Yes, it’s sad that her parents gave her to another family, but she wasn’t mistreated! Even if her family wasn’t rich, since the Storms supported the Neumanns, she clearly didn’t lack anything essential, yet she acts like she was forced to starve and suffer. If anything, she should’ve resented her stupid parents, not her sister.

    If she goes to jail for slandering and setting people up, she absolutely deserves it.

    1. I think it was less about getting the storm parents and more about getting back with Camilla?

      1. Also the fact that she learned about her true parentage when she was SIX. Kids that age are still developing emotionally and psychologically, any negative stimulus present at that stage in growth can twist someone in ways you ABSOLUTELY wouldn’t want to imagine.

    2. Therese’s motivation was never supposed to be truly rational. It’s kind of made obvious this chapter that she’s basically never really moved on from being that little girl who threw a tantrum whenever she had to leave Camilla’s side.

    3. Go back a couple of chapters and read the Therese flashback again. It was shown that her uncle and his wife blaming themselves and always being negative caused a psychosis for her. Basically her them being poor wasn’t her problem, her problem was that they kept on telling her thst her life was bad. This actually not that different from what the Storm couple did. The Storm couple kept on telling Camilla how good they were and how other people had it worse so Camilla was not allowed to cry… Meanwhile the other family told Therese how pathetic they were so surely she shouldn’t be happy, she should be sad.

      As such, both brothers were just different sides of the same coin… both of them were just virtue signaling.

      So Camilla was wrong, her sister did not have the love she had wished for… It was just another example of a couple pretending to be good people. Of course since she had never lived the life her sister had she would never be able to understand it.

  5. so prideful,so good :3
    Its better that they trowed away the name of Julian….phew
    Alois,such manhood! :3 im proud!

    Seriously ,what a pitiful couple of parents…..the didnt mind at all changing sides when thing were falling apaart…guh..and Therese…you didnt understand,right? you dint understand at all,your real and richer parents abandonded you,your real parents were the ones who raised you,the viscount family….such pitiful child in several ways….It serves her right …that downfall.

    So,we are at the last 2 chapters :,(
    Its been a nice ride :,) This was indeed a 5 stars novel.I had so much fun.

    1. And Therese? You didn’t understand, you didn’t understand at all.

      Yeah, this perfectly sums up your comment. Listen, the story was clear and even spelled it out multiple times: Therese never considered her father and mother her real family nor did she see her uncle and his wife as her real family. Her real parents were trash that easily abandoned their daughters and her adoptive parents kept on belittling themselves amd telling her that she should feel sorry for herself. The only person she considered her family was her sister so when Camilla slapped away her hand, it was horrible to her… Only for the exact same thing to happen again years later.

  6. Gracias por él cap☺☺
    Camilla al hacerles esa pregunta les dio una oportunidad, pero como ellos son egoísta y amantes de que les tengan compasión y lastima no se dieron cuenta, ahora perdieron por segunda ves a sus dos hijas y esta ves fue para siempre😤

  7. The Storm family should end with just Camilla’s and Therese’s lineage. Such selfish people who only sought for convenience don’t really deserve people’s love. Using love as a tool to coax kids, heh.

  8. Yay for Camilla! I’m glad Julian is there to support her decision. Cutting off an abusive family is extremely difficult.

  9. Thank you all the quick chapter releases to the end! You’re the best! It’s been a fun journey (though not for Camilla).

    Glad she tossed her parents aside. Therese got what was coming to her. If she’s lucky, she can move on from her weird trauma/breakdown and learn to become a good person from the love of her adopted parents. The Storm couple really aren’t fit to have children but it probably reflects how higher nobles behaved back in the day. Pride and honor (name and face) over any actual familial/unconditional love.

    I’m happy Alois is returning to Monchat with Camilla. It’s where they belong and truly were happy together. Life as a royal is probably way more troublesome so the hidden lifestyle at the swamps is much better. Not so many journalists and nosy, judgmental nobles there so Camilla is free to be herself much more.

    1. No, Therese didn’t deserve what happened to her. Don’t forget that Camilla actually did do a couple of the things that she was accused of. The only thing that Therese did was:

      1. Tell Lisselot about crimes that Camilla DID commit. (remember, Camilla got angry because Therese had revealed what she did, not because she lied… and Therese even revealed that Lisselot actually protected Camilla.)
      2. She helped spread the rumors about Camilla, the true rumors.

      So what she did was mean, but it wasn’t exactly criminal or even villainous.

    1. It’s pretty complicated. She wasn’t exactly a psycho, nor was she trying to kill her own sister. See, Therese was close with Camilla, being cousins (at least, so they both first thought), but Therese, at 6, learned she was really the daughter of the Count/Countess and she felt abandoned. That made her jealous of what Camilla had. Or, so she thought Camilla had. She thought Camilla had the love and care of their parents, she thought Camilla had all the luxury. She became envious. That envy lead her to change and act wrongly to Camilla. Likewise, she ignored the real true parental love given to her by her adoptive parents (her and Camilla’s aunt and uncle) because she was too hung up on the idea of her real parents and the ideal family.

      Eventually, that jealousy lead her to stupidly side against Camilla, so that Camilla would be pushed to a point where only she could save her and she believed Camilla would forever be grateful to her… but that was just delusional and ignoring Camilla’s personality. Therese is a pretty tragic character. She isn’t fully to blame for her misery, but she’s also a big maker of it.

      Honestly, I pity Therese and do feel sad for her. The only ones I really have hate for in this story are like.. Gerda, the real Alois (Prince Julian), and Camilla’s parents. I don’t even hate Liselotte, I mean, I definitely don’t side with her because she caused an innocent person a great deal of harm all for the sake of the person she loves’ goal. I mean, the real Alois is a bit tragic too in feeling like he had no choice but to take up the generations of hate/revenge from his family. But, well, I do hate him cause he didn’t seem to REALLY care about who he hurt nor did he ever consider any other option.

      But, yea, a bit of a tangent, end of the day, Therese is really tragic and brought her own suffering by the end, but she really just wanted a family and love, same that Camilla wanted too. It’s just… all sad.

      1. Errrrr no, Therese never felt jealous of her sister… In fact in the end it was Camilla that wrongly felt envious of her. Therese did feel abandoned by both hee real parents forgiving her away, and by her adoptive parents for constantly telling her how bad they were and how they were failing to be her parents. She only felt close to her older sister and she wanted her sister to love her as much as she loved her. Her idiotic plan to make this happen was to make her sister understand that she would never abandon her. However despite loving her sister she was also angry with her which was why she lashed out at her constantly. In all seriousness, her scheme might actually have worked if not for that part.

        Asidefrom their parents, the character I truly loathe in this story is Diane.

    2. She never plotted to kill her sister, she just wanted her sister to get into a little bit of trouble… Trouble that she could then.save her from and they could then bond as true sisters.

      She never imagined that Camilla would get banished. Case in point where Camilla was put on trial she actually believed that she would be able to save her. She never knew about the dangerous plot that Lisselot was involved in and didn’t seem to understand that thw fake Julian wanted her sister dead.

      IMHO it would have been more interesting ifbthe real Julian had arrived to late and instead we could have had a scene where Therese tried to save her sister only to fail and realize that she had just condemned the person she loved to die.

  10. If only Camilla exposed the hypocrisy of her parents in front of the crowd. Just like she called out Alois’s insincere behavior. The whole country might realize their shallowness

  11. Therese shouldn’t be with them, either. Her adoptive family cares more about her than the ones who have her away in the first place. Fair weather parents, how cheap is that. It’s sad though. She obviously had abandonment issues, and the one she chose to cling to no matter what is neither her birth parents nor the ones who raised her, it’s her sister. But as has been said, she’s not a child anymore, she has to save herself.

    1. Some people obviously are unable to save themselves no matter how hard they try, so telling them to do thst is just cruel and sadistic.

  12. They are so fixated at the world justice and good that everything else is unnecessary. They want a good daughter not just a daughter.

  13. This chapter had some good parts to it and some really bad parts to it.

    1. Camilla’s parents are really wretched, they got what they deserved here… This was the good part.

    2. However slapping away her sisters hand was disgusting. It really did make hee unlikeable. In the case of the parents it was the correct thing to do since they only truly loved themselves… but in the case of her sister she actually did it out of spite and revenge. Their parents never truly loved them, but her sister loved her so even if she had done a bad thing to her she was just a stupid girl that had done so because she wanted her sister to love her. Camilla is correct when she is telling people to save themselv, but she herself was extremely lucky and while not being loved had a Duke that sheltered her and provided her with food. Camilla is also a different person than her sister, she was always strong because that is how she was raised. So telling her sister to save herself wad both cold and dumb. Therese would never have the same luck as her older sister nor would she have the level of food and shelter she did… and in the end, she would never have the willpower to do so. Telling a person to save themselves is one thing… But saying this to a person that you know is unable to do so… That is just cruel and bitchy.

    3. Diana, I hate this sort of suck up character. Why was she even included? After Camilla treated her sister so badly, her thinking of Diana in such terms just disgusted me. Diana is the sort of character that should never be included in Amy story. Period.

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