While "My finance is in love with my sister" plays on our emotional strings and the heroine's dilemmas of her unrequited love, this MC struggles with her sanity in experiencing the time loops. This MC is always condemned no matter how she acts like being arrogant, cold, distant or even really nice. None of it matters, so in the prologue she is driven to escape the country (but she dies immediately doing so) or even to committing suicide.
Already in the synopsis it explains how regretful he is towards raising his real brother because his real brother turned out gay. Then he tries really hard to make his novel brother straight, trying to dispel "gay" actions of the novel brother. Already I'm disgusted by this character's outlook on homos*xual people. It's like he thinks being gay is a shameful thing (as he says he's regretful of his real brother being gay), then he thinks he can change or guide someone's s*xuality through influence (as he's trying to make his novel brother not gay), which I think is soooooo f*cking disgusting. If the kid turns out gay, he turns out gay. Accept it.
Sometimes the MC says it's fine to like "pink" and it's fine if my real brother was "gay", but I can actually see the MC isn't fine and is just a f*cking prick that is clearly repeled by homos*xuality. SO, if there was just a bit more respect and consideration for homos*xuals in the mc's actions, it would have made the character 100000000 times better. But judging by his initial reactions and tone of the story, I bet there's going to be a lot of "laughs", then shock and cursing on MC's part about the ML s*xuality coming out. Thus I don't expect any sort of character growth and the kind of mind set change I want to see happen
For instance it says the siblings aren't related by blood on the tag because I guess the MC is not blood related to the ML mentally. But, they are actually related biologically by half-blood since the MC did TRANSMIGRATE into the ML's half-brother, thus it is incest.
Also in order to initiate obedience into the novel brother, the MC "spanks him". Spanking was accepted back in the day, but what time period did this guy come from? Spanking is still physical abuse, anyone who disagrees with this statement, look it up. So, I don't know when this guy came from, but I assume that he should be within this later decade so he should know that spanking is detrimental to a child. Maybe it's a culture thing in China still? Whatever I'm still peeved about this character's moral behaviour
She doesn't see the obvious signs of the ml's love. So she is just misunderstanding all own her own because the story needs an excuse to continue the conflict. I would be okay with some prolonging since novels just need to do it for obvious reasons (cash, more drama, etc), but it's been happening since forever. Everything is becoming tedious to read.