The MC, using his hypnosis skills, knows his limit and doesn't try to take control of every girl he can see (cause that's how usual harem goes).
He has four girls by his side, each with different personalities and character, which make the story much meaningful despite having no deep conflict or plotline.
Quite different from similar wuxia novels, I was surprised that the one who played the role of the “evil stepmother” turns out to be a fat, haughty woman. Really, that shocked me. Usually the roles were given to the beautiful and smart woman who uses her cunning and vicious wits to attack the protagonist, all the while protecting their daughter.
However, in Divine Doctor: Daughter of the Forst Wife, this “evil stepmother” is not only fat and arrogant, but she is also stupid and provokes trouble always, and doesn't even care about her image! Instead, it was her daughter, Feng Chen Yu, who is much wiser than her mother and has unluckily suffered from cleaning after her mother's mess everytime.
For now, there weren't much interactions between the MC and the ML. I'm dreading the thoughts that they'll only meet up again after three years, when the MC – Feng Yu Heng – will be married to him. Oh, please don't.
I really am looking forward for more interactions between the two since I haven't had any big impression from the Male Lead. The story portrays him to be a somewhat rebellious (by the way that he doesn't follow the rules) and peerless genius. But his interactions with the MC, especially the part where he was intrigued with the spray bottle, is very cute and I love his curious side. I'm excited to find out more of his sides!
I mean, his supposed to be a scientist or researcher, right? So I was expecting that he will be really smart and handle magic well because of his wits, but he's relying to much in his A.I. CHIP.
It was too the point that the A.I. CHIP felt more like the protagonist, doing everything.
The story began with the ML, Xu He Jun, suddenly finding a baby in his doorstep with a letter addressed to him saying he's the father.
Anyway, the story revolves on the interactions between the ML and the MC, Huang Shang Rong, who is known as the office's demoness because of her fierce and strict character.
The MC is very concerned with the ML's struggles with the baby in his "poor" condition. But unbeknownst to her, the ML is actually from a very wealthy and prominent family that just happen to be living the ordinary, impoverished life!
1. The plot is basically nonexistent, and even if it did, it didn't really make sense or there wasn't enough details to support it.
2. Reverse harem filled with smut. The novel's basically all smut. Don't expect logic here.
3. The characters doesn't have much development because the transition in their personalities are way too fast.
4. The chapters are short and the novel itself is short. Basically, this results in the story being too fast-paced with many potential twists and plots skipped.
5. The MC is a bit naive and easy to ne influenced by others.