“Your Highness! The papers have piled up like this……!”... more>>
I was possessed by Irene Webber, the younger sister of an aide who is suffering from heavy-duty because of the prince who is in love and neglects his work. Irene, who was buried in work before the possession and died of overwork, intends to protect her beloved brother from such a terrible thing.
No overtime! No call after work! Evil boss, go away! Work less and earn more, brother!
To the end, Irene tries to separate the prince from her brother.
A method to win by knowing your enemy and knowing yourself. Irene scraps a little record without leaving any details, of the Prince whose face she doesn’t even know about, for the future. Somehow, her brother’s face, looking at such Irene, is dark……
“Brother, if you’re meeting the Crown Prince today, I’ll go with…..”
‘Do you want to meet alone soo much?’
“Before that, Benjamin Webber, when can I meet your sister?”
“Not for the rest of your life.”
The most affectionate brother and sister of the continent. Will the day come when these two siblings can resolve their growing misunderstanding?
In a romance novel called “The Secret Lovers of the Academy” the male lead would often torment his fiancée–but wait, why did she cross into this world to become his fiancée, the villainess, instead of the heroine? ... more>>
Louise Sweeney found the perfect solution to escape the misfortune of being the villainess: “Your Highness, I just want to tell you that we don’t have to be tied with our engagement. We weren’t even officially engaged, right?”
But what was wrong with the male lead’s reaction? To her suggestion, he replied “But our engagement wasn’t false, don’t you agree?”