Partly the reason why I liked it because the main guy seemed to be more aware of his feelings after that life time. He definitely chased her first all due to her changing "fate" that the Heavens bestowed on her. She was suppose to "chase the husband" and was suppose to "die first", but due to her not wanting the Heavenly Emperor to control her fate, she changed her fate. Also, if you have to asked me who fell for who first, I think the main guy did first. But he was too stubborn to admit his feelings first and so she had to be the one to give in and make him admit it too. The scene where he finally admits his feelings is very adorable and spicy. XD He sure is tsundere and he's definitely not romantic, but his face can't hide his emotions when he's in love. The ending was adorable and I enjoyed the story better than I expected. I was expecting a lot of heart ache due to the "seven unfortunate lifetimes", so I knew what I was getting into.
I liked that the author put more dept into the characters emotions which brought out lots of emotions for the readers to sympathized for both main leads each lifetimes they had died or lived. Also for those that said the female lead is like a monkey, she's really not. I find her character to be interesting because she actually isn't a "docile" female lead that will follow the whims fate has laid on her. I didn't like the 2nd life story as much as the first because of how her brained worked that life time, but that wasn't her fault. The main guy fed her too much forgetfulness soup, so it resulted her to be a bit dumb that life time. Can't blame her for hating her "stupid" version of herself that life time. The main girl does have a brain and knows how to use it, she also admits she's not smart in the love department but that doesn't make her dumb. She realizes her emotions and accepts them too later on in the story.
Although she uses her fist on the male lead, she does it for a reason. The main guy says some really hateful sh*t which makes me want to punch him sometimes too, but he learns and changes in a better way after meeting and spending time with her. His heart also softens and he learns to love because of her. Although he doesn't like admitting that he gets jealous when other men touch or talk to her, he accepts that he does love her eventually causing him to not want to part with her every time she dies. I also like that she's pretty straight forward and doesn't hide behind a bush about herself. She's not a fox in sheep clothing and will tell the main guy straight in his face what she really thinks. Also her questioning the guy right in front of his face asking him if he really likes her makes it even more amusing because she knows she's "thick-skinned" trying to get the main lead to admit he likes her. Although he doesn't sugarcoat it, he does eventually tells her in a funny way that makes me even flabbergasted the way he said it (which happens in a scene where it's done in a special way - the scene I said above about the "spicy" scene). Their relationship is a typical bickering couple, but with these trials you see that there's more too just a bickering couple. She's a sly cunning lady (also stubborn) and he's a stubborn man with a bad tongue, but together they make each other. They learn to love through these trials and with time they have bloomed into a cute couple that can't live without each other that was first formed by their hate for each other. I'm glad they got married in the end. Only sad thing I can say after this story ended was that I wanted to read more sweet moments between the two, but because the ending was satisfying I'm okay with it.
I remember she was talking about her wearing a feminine skirt for the first time and all of the men that went passed her got scared or laughed at her which caused her to never put on a feminine dress on again. 😭 Which was rather sad because I thought she would have looked awesome if given the right dress!
I remember when she was thrown into the water in her "chicken" form by the main male lead because apparently "she needed a bath" and she was like "I can't swim!" in bird language. 😂 And when he kept clucking at her like she was only a chicken pet! HAHAHAHA! 😂 Ahh... the memories. 😃
And that the demons were also a god race that helped sealed the "evil demons" from escaping. Basically they were the guards to watch over the time rip that an ancient god helped sealed those evil demons in for heaven and nether/hell realms.
She was confessed to by one of her admirer's, Mo Fang (I love this guy 😍), but she turned down his love confession because she still had feelings for the main male lead after his "death". (spoiler - I won't go into detail if he really died or not, but you'll find out more secrets after reading the story). Even after the male lead "died" she said she wouldn't look for his reincarnation because the man she loved was only that man in that life time and that it would be pretty pointless to find the reincarnation because he wouldn't be the same person she loved and knew. Which was pretty realistic thinking if you asked me.
It's her mother side of the family. They're supposedly a really strong clan - probably descendant of the gods/goddess race. But we don't really know as of yet. The translations are getting into that part though. I have many theories regarding her birth and why the body she's taken is able to adapt to things she wasn't able to do so before, but I'll leave that out for another time.
revealed her true face to him. Because now it' just feels like their relationship is superficial and that he only likes her for her looks
seeing her fall off the cliff and learning that his father and that other countries had a part in her kidnapping.
of the male lead (apparently she was in-love with him)
While reading the story I thought the main guy loved her less than she did towards him because he always appeared cold during the time they met each time after reincarnation, but when the Bonus stories came out we got to know Moxi's point of view. That's when we got to really know about him and that his feelings were actually real and not just out of no where. Through time, as a mortal and immortal he started to love her more and more. I liked that she stayed true to her personality, but it was sometimes scary when she had such weird thoughts towards the Moxi child version. I was like, "Uhh, you know he's still a child right?!" But then, you can't really blame her since she only saw the "Adult" Moxi always in the child Moxi. I also wished the author explained Moxi's point of view for the 2nd life time. That life time was the most confusing one out the rest. It appeared that he loved her, but it also didn't appear like he didn't. So I was always confused and wanted to know about his emotions and thoughts during that life time. Anyways, the ending (last bonus story) was satisfying but also confusing. It was confusing because I read this part “Moxi, I’m trying to wheedle you!” then “C’mon! Let’s go see Siming.” and was like, "what?!" Then a thought came to my mind and thought "Oh, I guess she still doesn't know how to use the correct words to praise people". XD