The or*y shows up at chapter thirteen (If you don't like that type of stuff - I don't - skip it). Just skip it. The or*y is of little importance to the overall plot. I personally hate that scene and I had to stop reading, because it seemed badly done and a bit too far for my tastes.
the MC is crafty. Extremely crafty. He disguises himself as a sorcerer and succeeds because the ridiculous amount of knowledge he knows. (They call him professor *squeals*
He also is learning to play the piano (which he conveniently introduced into the world while helping his music teacher). He's moving up one step at a time. 😊
As an extra note I must add that the MC falls in love with the ML slowly overtime. As of chapter 90 she is still in the process (...). And the ML slowly falls for the MC without realizing it. When he does, it is very satisfying. It is very realistic in my opinion.
I would like to add that though you may feel frustration about the ML being deceived by the other girl and not realizing it... You can't exactly blame him. He grew up with her. He never once was shown her evil and cunning side. The ML also realizes that he is being deceived overtime. It is extremely fulfilling when he does realize.
Contrary to what others may think the MC is extremely capable. Could you do any better in her position? The ML isn't weak but adhering to his previous emotions of devotion to not only his cousin but the rules of the society they live in. If you make it past this point the relationship between the ML and MC becomes very trusting and loving.
her useless, drunk, no-good, rotten, sleaze bag father
He only appears briefly though... before dying.
fallen in love with the MC and realized his cousin's true nature and it is so satisfying.
his sister and her useless manwho*e husband
and there is r*pe too.... don'tforget that