Chongfei Manual


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Before her rebirth, Wei Luo was an innocent little girl.

After rebirth, she appeared lovable on the outside but was a different person on the inside.

Those who learned of her true nature yielded to her.

Only the prince regent regarded her as a treasure; no matter how much he pampered her, it was not enough for him.

Anything she wanted, he gave her, including the princess position that she didn’t want, which he stubbornly pushed onto her.

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To Be A Virtuous Wife (6)

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07/21/18 Fuyu Neko c171.3 (end)
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Matpatpat rated it
November 21, 2017
Status: c22
The premise does not at all justify the MC’s “intelligence” (in quotes because this is another case of “she’s so smart because everyone’s dumb). She was a 15 year old farmer/beggar when she died not an Empress or even just a young girl who actually grew up in a royal or noble household and knows Ancient Chinese Family machinations.

the timeline is so messy it’ll hurt your head. You’ve got ML who at like 12 was such a threat to the throne with his ambition he was sent away as a... more>> general or something *eyeroll* and returns in glory at like 15. The MC gets a stepbrother (who isn’t even born yet but she’s already antagonistic towards) who in the main timeline murdered someone and died in jail at the age of 8??? Also let’s not forget that he was a hedonistic lazy rich kid.

It also flip flops between making the MC our to be the smartest most beautiful and talented person to EVER exist while also trying to make her pitiful and sympathetic. That’s why you’ll have contradicted information on how she’s both the most beautiful girl of her village but also so horrifically scarred by her Step mom’s murder attempt that her family wouldn’t recognize her...

MC is so needlessly antagonistic and basically sh*tty that you feel more sympathetic and root people she DOESNT like over her. Her Step sister is a sh*tty spoiled brat but she’s a 5-YEAR OLD. Her mom JUST got isolated from the family and of course she’s going to lash out. They try to justify MC’s sh*ttiness to her sister by say “she knew about her mom’s scheme” but if I were 5 and I had a sister who my dad and brother treated 100000000x better than me and everyone favored who also ignored and was rude to me then if I’m mom told me she was never coming back then I’d be over the moon! BECUASE IM 5! MC also has really negative feelings for her fiancé not ML who during his short intro seems like a pretty upstanding dude. You know why she doesn’t like him? Because in the first timeline after she goes missing at 6 years old he’s engaged to her sister 10 years later... yeah. An arranged marriage didn’t fall through so he’s married to another daughter of the household. Oh the shame. Oh the betrayal. And I’m sorry but he only knew you when you were 6, was he supposed to carry a torch for a child?

This story is just annoying and the high score Legit boggles my mind. <<less
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Xoxopixie rated it
January 18, 2018
Status: c50
There are so many problems with this novel, I don't understand why it is as popular as it seems to be.

First of all I can't get over how creepy the ML is. I'm not even one to mind large age gaps, but she's far too young when he started his 'doting' on her.

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Seventeen year old guy with no obvious mental deficiencies flirting with a six year old. Orders bodyguards to stalk said 6 year old. Bullies other little kids for her. I dropped it.

Picked it up again because I kept hearing people recommend it.

13 years old, he's 22 or 23. Kept her in his mind for 2 years while he was away, still has bodyguards stalking her. Gets jealous over other guys around her.


And the author's notes don't reassure you. Like yeah, Zhao jie is supposed to be such a romantic hero hitting on a little kid. Like we're so missing him when he doesn't turn up for a few chapters

Song L is with all his hormonal thinking is more natural - at least he's closer to her in age.

And then there's all the descriptions of the FL's 'beauty'. Her servants get creepy about even her feet. The 'little' feet of a 13 year old girl.

Not to mention her actual character - she has a host of growing personality disorders.

Also, the only way she seems to mature as she grows up is in her body. She's growing up as a vain vindictive little brat that's obsessed with looking pretty. I understand she was only 16 when she died the first time but what the hell, the only thing she seems to brought with her is a vengeful nature.

And then there's her creepy twin brother who acts like her lover more than a brother.

There's just too much wrong here for me to be able to carry on. Everybody's just too creepy <<less
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celtywho rated it
January 9, 2017
Status: c171

This is a pretty good novel to read, kind of similar to Mei Gongqing, Princess Wei Yang, and Chu Wang Fei. I really like the MC~ cute but very cunning lol like a sly fox. It's a HE, the relationship between the MC and main lead is greaaaaat + palace drama. I would like to add that I'm very satisfied with the ending~ annnd I'm so glad the author included those extras. Anyways, 10/10 would recommend this novel :]

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dysry rated it
May 1, 2016
Status: --
The MC lived a life of suffering, having been caught off guard as a child and abandoned by her stepmother. Dying at 15, she reincarnates as her 6 year old self and is able to fend for herself with her developed mental age. Chongfei Manual is pretty much just another female do-over story that’s not too shabby if you don’t mind following a very, very young girl around. The main differences are that:
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1. The story begins when she’s 6. And she meets the 15 year old male lead a few chapters in... And they go around picking fights with under 10s. Mentally they’re the same age but physically... He doesn’t fall at first sight but a lot of affections did emerge during puberty (hers coz he’s near the end of his) and they spend the middle of the story just waiting it out until she’s legal.

2. It starts out rather quick since the story begins with the female lead getting her revenge on like 3 people coz she didn’t live that long. It’s not extremely calculated, but fast and ruthless, getting the job done. However, after that it’s just the male lead watching over her until she’s old enough to marry, going through puberty, other people’s relationships and a bit of politics at the very end.

3. The female lead doesn’t actively hate her father and every other woman in the story. She actually has more than 1 female friend, while her father’s bias towards her is why her step mother hates her. Though her father is still disappointing – the only reason her half-sister ended up so badly was because both parents failed her, but at least her mother actually cares.

Similar stories: Overall the story takes after The Princess Wei Yang at the start, the second half of Mei Gongqing near the middle (where nothing happens) and To Be a Virtuous Wife near the end. Though the outcomes for many characters resemble Chu Wang Fei. It's not a bad read, but you get the same results reading the stories listed.

Additional: I wonder why it wasn't titled Wife Spoiling Manual/How to Spoil a Wife. <<less
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Railman rated it
October 2, 2017
Status: c18
I consider myself an open minded person, I know that when it come to love age doesnt really matter, hell, I know 1 or 2 real life married couples with 7-8 year difference in age but I cant get my head around the idea of a 9th grade student flirting with a kindergarten, now it might have been a lil bit better if the male lead wasnt acting like your generic domineering, cunning character, but oh boy when he does the things he do it just gives me the creeps.

Another... more>> problem is the MC, we know she had a redo and is supposed to be quite knowledgeable for her age but I find myself pitying her younger sister more than her, she seems to be effectively using her knowledge and innocence to sow discord but never used it to gain favor and "NEW" allies, it feels like im watching an anti-protagonist in the making. So many problematic scenarios would've been easily avoided, now she's left with more enemies to deal with in the future, but hey you gotta keep the novel going right author?

The father, oh god, the father is probably the scummiest person in this novel, I just want to strangle him and cut his phallus just to end everything.

But hey, at least the novel is well written and the translation is probably above average 2 stars, plus another star for not torturing the readers by not fully translating the novel and leaving a bunch of footnotes at the bottom *looking at you chu wang fei*. <<less
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chamchaworld rated it
December 8, 2016
Status: c22
Kind of Princess Wei Yang story but she didn't have Wei Yang cruelness. It's still in chapter 22, but compared with Princess Wei Yang or Mei Gongqing, Chongfei Manual is more lighhearted. I like how she's trying to protect her twin brother, since other novel MC is usually an only child (from same parent), it's refreshing to see a MC that fighting for her sibling too.
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sleepingjay rated it
April 4, 2018
Status: c86.1
    1. Characters: MC and ML are both assholes. ML is a vindictive asshole. His character is the usual cliche, nothing new. MC is a "white lotus", pampered by everyone, and is immature, petty, vain, selfish and shallow. That's not to say she can't be likeable or charming, because she is. but many of her actions and behavior show that she is at heart a 16 year old girl (age she originally died), with all the immaturity of that age. There's no "I'm older than them and shouldn't bother"; MC is as petty and salty as they come, especially right after her death and rebirth. She also holds very obvious and sometimes unreasonable (to a modern readers' views) biases. however, I don't know if the author does it intentionally but the MC does mature a bit (a veeeery little bit)

      from when she's 6-8 to when sh'es 13. (from 90% immaturity to 50%, probably?

      i mean, at 6 she was quick to write off some people (ex-fiancee and stepbrother, specifically) due to their past-life-adult-self's actions, but at 13 she seems to have realised that these people are not the same as they were in her past life.


      she cares for some people, and for these people she does try her best to help and support them. but for less important people

      i.e. her poor ex-fiancee,

      she sometimes hurt them without realising the depth of the wound, not even out of malice but simply because she doesn't care enough to be considerate (not sure if the

      author realises what an asshole the MC is, tbh). for enemies, she can be very vindictive and petty, especially if they've hurt people precious to her. personally, I find her character ironic because she perfectly fits the "white lotus" enemy archetype in C-novels, yet in here she is the MC. I do like how flawed the author makes the main characters.

      Other characters are decent. Author gives them a bit of depth, and they're better than most revenge C-novels in that they're not all cannon fodder copypaste of each other -- the author even writes some of the traditionally villainous characters to be quite sympathetic/complex (both pitiful and hateful at the same time). But some others are unfortunately sidelined despite their potential, e.g MC's twin brother that's only relegated as a siscon.

      fair warning: there are a lot of assholes in this story and occasionally you might want to stab someone. MC, ML, both of MC's parents (despite a half-hearted tragic backstory), etc.
    1. Plot: Mostly slice of life and romance with some sprinkling of revenge.


      It's actually very cute and fluffy. The MC and ML matches each other well. While the ML is a grade A iceberg asshole towards everybody else (and only marginally less of one towards his own sister), he is very sweet and pampering (and teasing) towards MC. MC is legitimately fiery and proud and doesn't take his BS quietly, so there's a lot of cute bantering as well. There's no abuse and he's not a controlling manipulative freak to her. However, he can be very pushy with his affections (see spoiler in paragraph below) and this sometimes get pretty iffy and treads the line of dubcon.

      Personally I only liked the fluffy interactions between them, because whenever the author wades into "deeper" territory, the romance plot becomes very trite.


      e.g. when MC is trying to figure out whether she loves ML, she hems and haws f**king forever and "thinks about it". meanwhile ML continually pushes her boundaries (which is Not Cool, ffs. and you were doing so well too, ML). then something serious happens and MC realises she does love ML, but wait, she still need time to come to terms with this. she hems and haws a bit more, but is eventually forced to spill her feelings due to unforeseen circumstances. sounds familiar?? yeah, it's just the plot of every shoujo out there.

      I feel that while the author tries to add some depth to the romance, it doesn't quite deliver. at most it's a very light dressing that keeps the fluffiness from getting stale.

      As for the age difference... It's a bit creepy yet not? This is a bit iffy because MC's mental age is the same as ML, and this is what attracted him in the first place, but her physical age does not match and ML is physically attracted to her.

      When MC is a child (6 yrs old) their relationship is strictly sibling-like. From both MC and ML's perspective, so no creepiness there. Things get a bit iffy when she's 13 (and he's 22) because he starts to become s*xually attracted to her and as mentioned above he gets pushy with his affections. at worst it doesn't go beyond mild dubcon (forced kissing/hugging), but your mileage may vary.


      As for love rivals... uh. They're pitiful. Very pitiful. They're 100% better off without the MC and/or ML, tbh. They don't deserve getting the backlash of the main romance. At least the main rivals, anyway. Some smaller rivals are highkey assholes too.

      Intrigue: uh, zero? MC gets her revenge well enough, but her original life was short and wasn't complex. so there isn't really a lot of people for her to take revenge on. the main bulk of her revenge was taken care of in the beginning, and though she still takes revenge throughout the story it feels more like small subplots that are quickly over. in addition, author's not that good at writing schemes. most of the schemes are very... childish, especially compared to other revenge novels. that, or they're cliche and doesn't break out of the mold.
At first I wasn't sure if this was my cup of tea, but after realising that MC is what in other novels the "white lotus" enemy that is pampered by all and take shameless advantage of it, I've come to like the novel, if a bit ironically. it's really amusing recognising the traits of the white lotus in our MC that are usually condemned in other novels. the novel is not a deep read and can be ridiculous sometimes but is entertaining nevertheless (or perhaps because of it). besides, the translation is excellent.

Edit: the novel after the first time skip becomes less ridiculous. I think it's because the MC has matured a bit so most of her actions/behaviour are less petty.

I'm giving it a 3-star because while the story is entertaining and I like how the author manages to write the main characters to be charming despite their flawed personalities, the story itself isn't too special. Plus, I feel like this novel's current high rating (4.7) is misleading. I'd say it should be around 4-4.5.
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dramamonster rated it
June 15, 2018
Status: c156
I read the first 156 chapters that were translated into English.

There are 168+3 chapters in the Chinese book. The translation is very good and the translator includes pretty pictures of the Chinese items described in the story.

I do enjoy the heroine's friendships and her friends' storylines.

Chongfei Manual is interesting, but a few things stood out oddly to me:


    • In the first 42 chapters, the heroine is a beautiful, exquisite, doll-like, noble 6 year old. Because she had suffered until age 15 before being reborn into her 6-year-old self, her personality is mature and cold. As she outwits and punishes the evildoers in the first few chapters, the 15-year-old male lead prince saves her and dotes on her.
      There are many, many descriptions of her gorgeous, beautiful appearance.

      In this first part, there are many, many noble children and families introduced until I couldn't keep track of all their names, relationships and ranks.

    • From the next 81 chapters, the heroine is 13-14 years old, her body is still developing, her chest is growing, her breasts are sore, etc.. The male lead prince is 22 years old.
      After she gets her first period, the prince is always sneaking in to touch her body, even when she is afraid of being discovered and losing her reputation. There is very little character development and the heroine acts like a shy tween with an aggressive older boyfriend.

      There are many, many descriptions about how beautiful and exquisite the heroine is, how she takes care of her hair, nails and skin with her skincare and makeup concoctions, and many details about the clothing, furniture, accessories, jewelry, and hairstyles. Her main hobby is making herself more beautiful with skincare, nail care, etc.

    • Once the heroine is married at age 15 in chapter 123,
      the couple are all lovey-dovey as they deal with the rest of the plot, and there are lots of slice-of-life details of their regular married life. Now that she is part of the Imperial family, a few instances of graphic punishment for criminals/spies/assassins are made.
    • Because of the very young age of the heroine (13-15, compared to other young wives who are 16-19 years old in the story), and the excessive premarital fondling alongside the descriptions of her budding body, it felt a bit like a lollicon story, which I don't enjoy.
    • I've noticed in several chinese novels that s---x for happily married females seems to be described as very painful, requiring several days of bedrest to recover, causing sore waists, bodies covered with bruises and sore marks, etc. I'm not sure if this is a cultural difference, because western novels don't really describe intimate relations like this... Maybe I'm being too literal and it's really a euphemism, like a cheeky reference to happy lusty marital relations?
    • I've also noticed that in several chinese novels that female villains (usually jealous mean girls) often get punished in the story by having abusive husbands and being s*xually abused to death/suicide. I've seen worse instances in other books, but I'm not a fan of this trope.
      There are a few not-too-graphic instances of this in Chongfei Manual.

The story is highly recommended by other viewers, and the translation is great, but it's not one of my favourites. I think I prefer Rebirth of a Malicious Empress of Military Lineage, Poison Genius Consort and Mistaken Marriage Match: A Generation of Military Counsellor. I will continue reading Chongfei Manual to the end, just to see how everyone turns out.
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mingguiwen rated it
April 24, 2018
Status: c66.1
The creepy is strong in this one

It started out interesting, but the the unique parts were just smeared with poo logic, so that you cant even remotely enjoy them.

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- The MC was supposed to be a 15yo country girl, but damn right as she transmigrates somehow she outsmarts everyone (or rather everyone is just a one-dimensional cannon fodder)
- No one that has done anything bad in the prev lifetime can be changed and be good, even 6yo kids are already marked as UNREDEEMABLE EVILSPAWNS by mc
- The ML basically thinks of the MC as his 'thing' that he reared since young so she belongs to him (not creepy at all). Oh, and in the latest chapter I read he pulled along the MC with him without her consent, in a way that hurt her (but ofc he didnt stop when she said it hurt)
- Everyone is one dimensional and the storyline is nonexistent, its all about kid andventures that dont lead to any progression whatsoever.
- You have to read how cute and beautiful the MC is in every second line
- MC having a lil bro was originally interesting and unique, but he had to be demoted to a creep that acts like a second ML (wtf?)


Sooo it was like bearable, but worse than my expectations <<less
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ludagad rated it
June 18, 2016
Status: c80
Light-hearted story with fun kids doing funny stuff most of the time. There's a time skip later on, when the story turns more into the romance genre.
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iampheng rated it
May 29, 2018
Status: c147
Honestly, I'm invested in the story because it's 1.) not that long and 2.) the translators do a really good job of updating.

I liked the story in the beginning... and the middle...I think it only went downhill for me once the two leads got married. I think the characterization of Ah Luo, well, I don't really like her. As for the ML.... well, I don't really like him either (LOL). In fact, the ML is crazily obsessed with the MC since when she was a child. He's the type of... more>> guy that is good to the people around him but then is unreasonable to those he dislikes. I'm not saying that he doesn't have a reason to dislike the people that he dislikes, but they also have their own reasons to dislike him. Since he's ML though, he's basically impenetrable. I find him to be petty and heavy handed at times.

As for Ah Luo, hmmm. I think that the author is doing their best for us to be impressed with her beauty and grace, but she's really kind of petty and narrow minded. Again, she has a reason to dislike the people that she dislikes, but I can't help but feel that... actually the good women around her are better "feel good female protagonist material" like Liuli or Liang Yurong (it's nice that the MC has good girlfriends though). That is, the love story of some of the side characters, who go through more obstacles to be together, are slightly more heart warming than that of the main characters. I have less of an issue with the ML being interested in the MC from when she was young. The romance just didn't really resonate for me.

I happen to love second chance and rebirth stories. I don't ask that the MC and ML be good people necessarily, but I want to root for them too, esp when they're being nasty. Ah Luo just wasn't an MC that I could root for in the long run. That's not to say that other people won't enjoy this piece, after all, I spent so long reading it and will continue to follow the story until the end. I'm just saying my love for the story fizzled out towards it's last arc. <<less
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MondSemmel rated it
January 16, 2018
Status: c44.2
I enjoy reading about vindictive protagonists, and I mostly enjoyed the story, to boot. I'm also aware that not every story can be fluffy or happy-go-lucky. That said, something about this story rubs me the wrong way:

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It's a relive-your-life plot, with the protagonist knowing who will harm her later... and the story treats anyone who would harm her in the future as irredeemably evil, and as deserving of revenge *before they have even done anything revenge-worthy*. Specifically, a significant part of the story is about Wei Luo, ~6 years old, bullying her half-sister, also ~6 years old - mostly because her half-sister's mother, i.e. Wei Luo's stepmother, actually does clearly evil stuff. Her half-sister may not be a good person when she grows up, and they may not be happy siblings... but from my perspective, she's still utterly undeserving of this pre-emptive revenge.

Basically, vindictive protagonists are fine; but I was quite disturbed by a) all the bullying of child antagonists (the step-sister isn't just mistreated by Wei Luo, but also by their father, which is just wtf) and b) a time-travel story full of revenge for stuff that hasn't happened yet, or that will happen in the future. Somehow, people Wei Luo recalls as evil are treated as rotten to the core. Evil is pre-determined, and redemption is impossible.


I really am not on board with that. <<less
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Aris12 rated it
October 11, 2017
Status: c37
This is best novel with little revenge. I love all about this novel especially MC, she is cute and ruthless when it's come to protect her brother. Male lead is caring and kind protective toward MC. Unlike other ml, he is best male lead. I like the way he tease MC. MC and ML are perfect couple.

worth to read
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KKristen rated it
March 2, 2017
Status: c170.2
This is a very entertaining story along the lines of other stories like Chu Fei Wang and Mei Gonging. We have a strong female protagonist who is reborn in a noble woman's body, struggles with a vicious household, and becomes involved with the imperial court.

However, this story is much more lively because the main character is in the body of a young child rather than a young/adult woman. She's reborn as her 6-year old self after dying at the age of 15, so she doesn't bring many memories or any... more>> over-powered skills. She's limited to her own determination to change her life -- and this makes the story much more believable.

The writing style is engaging, the pacing is good, and the translation quality is great. However, new chapters are released very slowly... I will write a more full review once the series progresses farther. For now, I think this series is great!


As of the end of the series, I am changing my rating to 4 stars. The reasons being:

  • The translation quality is still great. Fuyuneko did an amazing job. The writing was also still very well-paced and engaging.
  • Wei Luo's maturity actually seems to DECREASE as she ages. When she was a freshly reincarnated 6-year-old, she was sharp and mature. However, once she ends up with the male lead, she's just a blushing teenager.
  • Strong themes of non-consent and violence against women. The author seems to have a strong preference for rape fantasies.
  • As other reviewers have mentioned, the ML develops a s*xual interest in Wei Luo when she's extremely young. Even if it was acceptable in the historical context, reading about a 20-something-year-old man jacking off to a 13-year-old girl is pretty uncomfortable.
I think that most readers will still enjoy this story, but if any of the points mentioned above are unacceptable to you, now you've been warned. <<less
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Eunicornm rated it
June 7, 2018
Status: c150.1
At first the plot was very interesting-- she suffered a lot at the hands of her step-mother in her previous life. There was a lot of angst knowing that her brother also suffered just because of a selfish girl's unwillingness to marry. I was impressed with how she handled the scheme that ruined her life before and how she got the attention of Zhao Jie. However, right after ... more>>

Du-shi got locked up in an isolated courtyard

, the flow of the story became somewhat less exciting.

It was still able to hold its own with how the storyline portrayed WL and ZJ's innocent and fluffy relationship considering she was just a child. As she grew up, I started to dislike the MC more and more.

I just can't get over how she broke off her engagement with Song Hui the last minute.

Other guys would've surely chased the MC 'till the end of the earth, but this move of his really made me tear up.

In addition to that, I didn't like how she handled Li Song when Chang Hong got injured. Sure, you pay them back tenfold or heck even a hundred or thousandfold. HOWEVER,

you have to make sure you've got the right person instead of suddenly just stabbing them with a hairpin!

At this point, I was really disappointed with WL. I feel like she was on a power trip and had the mentality of a 12 year old child when she actually lived until 15 or so in her previous life. Seeing someone else taking a punishment like that for someone else can really make a reader feel dissatisfied and a bit of heartache as well. After that scene, I seriously felt bad for LS and started to root for him instead of the ML. His character's depth is just... wow.

Overall, I think this story would be a good read if I haven't read Chu Wang Fei, Princess Wei Yang, and especially The Rebirth of the Malicious Empress of Military Lineage. They set my standards way too high for a revenge c-novel. This story did have a lot of potential, but the author's writing seemed too shallow with how WL was always described beautifully and every action she took to maintain her beauty. I get that this story appeals to girls and is very shoujo-istic but it seemed too excessive at this point, especially when WL wasn't that likeable. After pushing to read more chapters, I just couldn't do it anymore. Moreover, I did skip to the extra chapters instead and was extremely satisfied with it more! I'm a fan of LS so I'm happy that he got to be with the girl he likes. ehem.

I would recommend this novel to those who haven't read most of the titles I've listed above. This wouldn't hold a candle to those novels but at least it is a lighthearted and short read that will fill you with fluffy emotions. It just wasn't my cup of tea, but I'm certain a lot of people would like this story. <<less
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Amsir rated it
September 11, 2017
Status: Completed
Earlier I read the English translation till ch.30 and could wait for more. As the translator stopped translating it, I went ahead and read the raw...

It's one of my favourite novel....

I love how the female uses her cleverness to counter the situation.. how she adapts to change of circumstances of the story and love how the male lead does things for her in the dark even without her asking for and how he love her unconditionally...

... more>> It was a must read novel...

Even if I know the story.. am reading the translation again <<less
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annkanni rated it
August 31, 2017
Status: Completed
First read the English translations until chapter 30, then braved through the raws to complete it.

At 171 chapters total, CFM can be considered a very short read compared to many other similar novels that run at a marathon pace. Plus, it's a HE.

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Wei Lou goes through harrowing experiences in her past life and dies at the age of 15. After being reborn as her 6-year old self, she tries to change her fate, but what can a little girl do? Covertly trying to seek the help of then 15-year old Zhao Jie by grabbing his attention in a most permanent way, this starts the chain of events that bring them together.


I like how smart the MC is and how devoted the ML is. By far my favourite novel. <<less
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amelya85 rated it
June 15, 2016
Status: c15
I've finished reading this novel by using google translate (somehow I managed to understand the main story) and I highly recommend reading this. It's a happy ending and the story is more laid back and relaxed compared to chu wang fei or princess wei yang. It focuses mainly on the relationship between the main leads with a little bit of palace drama
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18Yuki rated it
June 30, 2017
Status: Completed
Status: Chapter 106

One of the few Chinese novels you can read through google translate and understand the story. You won't miss any major details. The story isn't as dramatic as Reborth of the Malicious Empress but while it has a few darker undertones at the beginning the story gradually becomes lighter and focuses on Wei Luo's relationship with Zhao Jie (Jing Wang). It's a well paced romance ... more>>

You can easily see the gradual development of Wei Luo and Zhao Jie's romance, as of chapter 105 they've just gotten engaged since Wei Luo is now at the 'marriageable age' of 14 and Zhao Jie is 23 and Wei Luo and Song Hui's engagement has been broken off about 10-20 chapters before, to be married in a year

and their interactions are just too adorable for words! Although it should be noted that they have a 9-year age gap which might turn some people off but it is in fact very normal especially in historical novels. If you like To be a Virtuous Wife, Rebirth of the Malicious Empress of Military Lineage and Eight Treasure Trosseau then I highly recommend this. It's the type of light novel you can read per and over and over again and not get bored even if you know what will happen.



Towards the end the story becomes quite slow, since Zhang Jie's pursuit of Wei Luo is the main highlight of the novel but it is still too adorable for words. They got married around chapter 124 and Wei Luo got pregnant at around chapter 150-160, but the best part has to be how the characters stay true to themselves. There isn't as much drama as there could be about Wei Luo and Wei Changhong's mother, Jiang Miaolan, and I could say that is a minor loose end to the story but what I loved most is that Wei Luo and Changhong didn't suddenly cave in when she appeared, married to another man and certainly alive. Jiang Miaolan is pitiable in some ways but in the end she left her children alone, with a step mother that would loathe them, and came back to the city expecting them not to be there. (Ok, that might sound a bit harsh than it is, the last part anyway, but read and you will see.) My only disappointment is that Wei Lou's interactions with Wei Kun (her father) was pretty much nonexistent after her childhood phase, which while reasonable is still kind of unsatisyfing since her close relationship with him was nice family fluffy. Oh, and Changhong didn't appear much either... The most satisfying thing though is how each villain gets there due (although try not to hate on Li Song too much, Wei Luo gives back a 100 for every 1 and honestly I like him more then Song Hui his character has more dimension and there are 2 extra chapters at the end which just make you sympathise more with him), Wei Luo doesn't pull any punches and Zhao Jie is there for her every step of the way.

Lastly, if you're wondering if Wei Luo ever tells Zhao Jie she pretty much traveled back in time, (look away now if you don't want to be spoiled on this) she does in the 3rd and last extra chapter. In the first two extras Li Song is the one who travels back in time to when Li Xiang was 14 (I think) but.... it was in Wei Lou's original world. Guess what happens? (I won't spoil that) but to not kiss and tell, Zhang Jie had a dream of that world with Li Song's world/time traveling and told Wei Luo who told him her's.

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Mintzu rated it
May 29, 2016
Status: c120

While it pains me to review my update, I just need to get it out of my chest. I've dropped this, the translator did a superb job in translating but the story just didn't appeal to me anymore.

The beginning is really good, I really like the MC and ML but


I can't bring myself to like the s*xual harrasment by ML which is occuring very often as the chapter progressed. Sure, the MC didn't dislike it but she is quite troubled over it as they are not married yet and there should be a fixed distance between them as unmarried man and woman. Some people might find it cute that the ML teased the MC (s*xually, mind you) but I don't find this very enjoyable to read. While romance (might be) essential to this kind of story, I feel like the author focused too much on the romance while abandoning any other aspects. At this point, it feels very cringeworthy as almost in every chapter, ML appeared and took advantage of the MC. I couldn't even feel any fluff I felt in the beginning

(= × =) ;;


I won't ask everyone to agree with me as I saw some people still liking the recent chapters but I just wanted to state my opinion~ [EDIT DONE]

Unlike most of the protagonist was mature, the MC died quite early in her teens. She is clever but at times can be showed as quite mischievous. She did not hesitate to sabotage the evil plot which lead to her suffering death in her first life. She knows nobody would believe her if the event didn't take place, so she secretly planned her move. More importantly, she got guts!


She bit the (supposed to be) male lead's hand to make sure he would make his bodyguard follow her. And then she used a hairpin to stab the slave trader to show that she is not gonna take your sh*t 8DD


She evidently cares a lot about his family and actually didn't have any idea her stepmother hated her so much till the day of the kidnapping happened. Plus she has a twin brother. Looking forward to the sibling moments ♡

The translator did a great job on this!
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