the MC gets with his dead wife's sister... to me, that is just messed up. Plus, the story keeps emphasizing this depression of losing her, so I feel like he is just with her because of guilt and to satisfy his own needs with the same face as his lover. Granted, he will most likely eventually come to realize that they are different people, but that still isn't right for me for him to be with his sister. In the beginning the MC was talking about all this love for her so I at least hoped that the author would reveal her to at least have lost her memory or she has gone missing but is still alive... and not go for a random sister of hers.
The MC just reminds me of Enchantress Amongst Alchemists's MC with how they both treat the ml. Especially with this line, "Should I love somebody again, I must have that person love me to the bones first, their eyes unable to hold anyone else at all, must have him remain firm and unyielding, no matter how many obstacles are faced, he wouldn't change his original intentions, no matter if he loves me or hates me, he mustn't bear to leave me behind." Really arrogant... I think this is fine, but she doesn't even really fights back (try to escape) and hate the other male leads (that have a love interest with her) even though they are using her, which means that she will still have some part of her heart occupied with the other male characters (with love interest for her) with the amount of time she spent with them and also the times she has been "taken advantage of" by them. I find this a little hypocritical since she wants her lover to give her everything, but she won't be ruthless to fend bugs off her. The male characters all have their backstory and are all pretty likable though. The two novels are the same where the ML easily forgives the MC when they are jealous, which I think they are for good reason.
near the end, it does mention that she was a talent with working with technician problems, but she can't do well in school? And she just suddenly became a genius out of no where?
she found out that her real father already knew about the switch at birth, but only watched her and never came for her until is got real bad in where the people that stole her away are actually the ones that revealed the switch. She reacted like, oh, I pity you (my father since you have puppy eyes), so I'll just stay. It also doesn''t explain why the mc's actual father was helping out the female antagonist or just the people in his residence that is helping her, by giving her magical even though she is supposed to have none. At least know what is going on in your own house...
though the MC only had about 2 times when he had s*x with the ml, it was quite detailed. ≫~<
i wish the author wrote more about the time when the MC met the ML again as a bodyguard, when ML was in his teens and after MC rescued the ML when he was like 7 years old. And also the MC heard that the ML lost his memory when he was kidnapped so how did he regain it?
i just feel sorry for the ML because the MC just hops and tastes other people as much as he wants. He is the type where he will have s*x with someone else to get his lover to spit out their true thoughts or else he won't stop hurting the person. He does admit that he has twisted and sadistic thoughts. [ /spoiler]
But excluding the characters, the story is well translated and the scenes are detailed and juicy.
Later in the story, it does explain the character's thoughts, which in some cases "some" of their thoughts are understandable, and he does treat the ML better later in the story. But I just personally don't really like the MC all that much, hence my 3 star rating.
like the protagonists that the lord god/ queen created.
I just hate the section with what happened with the daughter...