Coffee Galette Chofu ~Pursued by Awkward Gods~

Translator: AdCaelum

Editor: Millinia

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Chapter 2-4: Pervasive Master

In the end, Uta’s fever didn’t break even after a whole day. The notice of the store’s temporary closure that Haraedo had put up had to be used for the next day.

“Min-kun, I’m sorry. Since this break is because of me, I’ll compensate for your part-time wage.”

“You don’t have to worry about that. Exams are right around the corner, so I’ll use the free time for that. More importantly, how’s your body, manager? I’m stressed since I can’t see your face…”

For the past two consecutive days, he heard Sungmin’s voice in the morning through his phone.

“That’s right. Please send me a picture or video!”

“Eh?!”

Uta was taken aback by this unexpected request.

“Seeing your face will reassure me! Or rather, I just want to see your face!”

“Hm~”

Uta looked in the full-length mirror to see his pajamas and unkempt hair. This wasn’t a sight he wanted to show others.

“Next time, okay?”

“Eh~…”

Uta had brushed him off, so Sungmin booed through the phone.

Uta ended up smiling as this conversation was happening through the phone.

“Leaving that aside, isn’t it time for you to go to school?”

“You’re right. I’ll be going!”

After hearing this bright voice, Uta hit the button to end the call and loudly put down his phone.

Even though he acted cheerfully, his health was still poor.

The cooked rice he placed at the household shrine the other day was still left there and had completely turned stale.

(I want to go to the hospital, but that’s impossible…)

He lacked the strength to get up.

“Haraedo~…”

In his hopelessness, he called out the god’s name, but the god didn’t appear for him.

Then, Uta fell asleep—

“You… really are too careless. Humans truly are weak creatures…”

Someone whispered and crept up to Uta’s back.

(Ah, this dream again…)

His waist was touched from behind.

Even if he wanted to escape, Uta was being pressed up against the counter from behind by someone inside the dimly lit store.

(Ah…)

The cold presence embraced him from behind.

Even though it wasn’t winter, the cold air pervaded deep in his lungs. It felt like he was inside a refrigerator.

“What do you…intend to do with me…?”

Uta asked through his shivers, and the presence answered.

“I’ve taken an interest in you.”

“An interest…?”

“I want to know what’s inside that body of yours.”

Uta felt something penetrate his body from the back.

“No, angh…!”

The squelching sound of him being forced open could be heard.

“Ungh…!”

The violent hand rummaged through his insides.

“Stop… There’s nothing…interesting there…”

“Heh.”

The presence behind him laughed.

“This is surprisingly fun. Look.”

He heard the sound of wet, slimy things rubbing against each other.

“Want me to mess you up more?”

The fingers inside him cruelly messed him up. It forcibly took hold of his heart.

“Ah, ugh… it hurts.”

“But, the pain feels good, right? Humans love it when they’re being dominated by others.”

“…guh, that’s absurd! Everyone has their own pride.”

When Uta turned around, he locked eyes with ones that were as dark as night.

“Such noble and hollow words. Weak creatures like to cling to larger ones and cluster together like grains of rice. People have all kinds of natures. You best keep your eyes out for them.”

What was this guy saying while violently making a mess of someone’s insides?

He failed to understand.

“Hey, it’s starting to feel good, right?”

The man whispered in a voice completely different from before.

“Angh~”

The pain didn’t go away. But, for some reason…

Uta’s entire body grew hot.

“What is this?”

Uta had adapted to the man’s cold hands, and it began to feel like his own.

“It’s proof that you and I have become one.”

The pervasive master laughed—


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