She received memories of her future life at age 12. Despite having those memories, she didn't do anything for 6 years from ages 12 to 18. Instead there is a time skip that she basically wasted her life doing nothing then the story starts again at age 18 where she goes after a duke, stares at him for 5 days at a party, somehow he becomes interested in her, and then they get into a contracted marriage. I wanted to like this story but the main character is pretty weak, has basically no sense of self, and is boring. There's also a lot of s*x scenes. The plot and world building is pretty bad.
He stopped using his lottery skill as much. Instead, he just buys the same stuff. And the story feels as if it's on repeat. The main character is always offending someone yet the author then gives reasons as to why the offended person was in the wrong. And then the main character will scold the person publicly and ruin their career/life and the author justifies that they deserved it by giving reasons. But it just gets dull that it's on repeat. He just keeps offending more people, they are somehow in the wrong, and then he will scold them publicly over and over and over again.
MC's face was destroyed so he has become unattractive. ML loves him regardless. ML is also very patient and kind.
ML is extremely possessive but also very strong and loving towards MC. He singlemindedly loves MC. I also really like MC. He is gentle, kind, and forgiving. I like his character a lot. :) This was a beautiful story. One of my favourite endings. I've rarely read such beautiful endings and I read a lot. :)
I also love the two main characters and their romance. This story has a lot of surprising elements. But I don't want to spoil it.
MC is very cute, a bit stupid, but I like stupid MCs.
It's a very slow romance which I also like.
It's mostly a cultivation story but there are certain sections of the main character learning about herbs and alchemy as well.
Romance between a humanoid hamster and a humanoid snake. The hamster human teaches the snake to cultivate to become human again.
Main character is the author of his novel and now he is living out the novel. I like the characterization and the emotions the characters go through. And the main character cares about making money. Some sections made me laugh a lot so there's some humour. I also like how there's status points and skills, just like a game.
What I find strange is that the main female character chooses to go above and beyond to help him despite not really knowing him at all in the beginning of the story.