“He said he would see me absolutely after my divorce, didn’t he? The problem was not just whether I could marry or not, but also that I might go insane. So… you told him about my words that I’ d like him to see me certainly, didn’t you?” said Kyoko with pressed.
“I did it,” answered Saori.
“I wonder if he heard my message seriously. Now, what do you do with machines? Didn’t you return them to him?” asked Kyoko.
“Yes, I did,” said Saori.
“Oh ,my God! I absolutely told you not to return them absolutely, didn’t you? Where did you return them?”
Honey was the shopping center where she usually went in order to exchange the device.
“I felt awful. When I told them that I didn’t return it, they gave me a formidable look, so I felt afraid that I might be killed,” said Saori.
“Oh my God! How many men came there?” asked Kyoko turning pale.
“Two assistant men, as usual,” answered Saori.
Kyoko always told Saori never to return the machines for fear that she couldn’t see Isshiki. Once having returned the machines, it meant that the relationship with Isshiki would be finished.
It must be a fatal mistake.