I Reincarnated, but I Think the Prince (Fiancé) Has Given Up

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The Prime Minister of Noin Kingdom, Duke Zariel has a single daughter.

She was a beauty who possessed silver hair and eyes as clear as amethyst, Christina.

Her fiancé from her childhood friend who was the First Prince of Noin Kingdom, Alberto.

Having fallen in love at once after they were engaged, she overbearingly demonstrated her love, but before anyone noticed she exhausted his civility, and without even meeting her on her fifteenth birthday, only the present arrived.

When she saw the gifted hair ornament, she suddenly realized. This different world was from a dating simulation game she played, and she wore the role of the love rival.

And now where she was at this point of time, she was in the middle of the route where her beloved Prince was stolen away by the dating simulation game’s protagonist, Clara.

The intersection of jealousy and pride leads to agony, a heartrendingly naive romance between a love stricken maiden and a young man.

Associated Names
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I reincarnated, but I am thinking of giving up the Prince (fiancé)
Tenseishita kedo, Ouji (Konyakusha) wa Akirameyou to Omou
転生したけど、王子(婚約者)は諦めようと思う
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Recommendations
The Villainess Is Being Doted on by the Crown Prince of the Neighboring Country (2)
Breaking Off the Engagement… Bring it on! (2)
The Elf Is a Freeloader (2)
Common Sense of a Duke’s Daughter (1)
Otome Game Rokkushuume, Automode ga Kiremashita (1)
My Fiance is in Love with My Little Sister (1)
Recommendation Lists
  1. Villainess roles
  2. Transmigrated/Rebirthed as Villainess
  3. Princesses
  4. villainess
  5. Japanese

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Ars
Ars
Nov 15, 2017
Status: --
I reincarnated but I think the Prince (Fiance) has Given Up is nothing stellar, but may satisfy your immediate cravings for self-aware otomegame villainesses. The target audience is very young - say, 10~17 years old, and you may be able to enjoy it. If you're older than that or if you've read enough stories to know what you like and don't like, this one will most likely fall into the "don't like" category.

For a light novel, the prose can be considered on the average side. It has enough setting, backstory,... more>> and description to give you a firm understanding of where the story takes place and what's going on. The pacing goes a bit fast and skips a lot of introspection and build-up. For plot and action purposes that makes things easier to read, but the characters and their personalities greatly suffer.

The female lead (villainess) is decently likeable - after regaining her memories she reflects on her previous actions and amends them in order to protect her integrity as a person. The antagonist (heroine) is also decent in her role of instigating trouble and forcing the scenarios to march on. They aren't given enough time to think to go beyond their tropes, but they're effective enough to carry the story forward.

The problem of this story lies in the male lead, who is accidentally written to be an extremely flawed, shallow, and lustful man. He avoided his fiance, Christine, after she started trying to impress him by dressing up, but once she regained her memories and started looking at him as if she wanted to break down in tears, he immediately regains interest in her and starts teasing her. Evidently, he doesn't care at all about what she's feeling or going through, but instead just likes how she looks when she's sad and insecure. The more depressed she gets, the more excited he becomes.

Furthermore, every other line he speaks is some incredibly cringy attempts at flirting that attempt to sound cool and heart-thumping, but instead come off as crass. After reading so many doujins and web novels you'd think I'd have built up a resistance to poorly-written dialogue, but Prince Alberto is simply too powerful. Examples:

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"You are such a bad girl, Christina. Doing such mischief, showing me such face, are you doing it on purpose?"

"You are such a bad girl..... To trouble me like this"

"If you keep on being so cute..... sooner or later, I'll eat you, you know..... ?"

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The main things he does in the story is 1) mol*st Christina 2) flirt with Clara, so I'm not sure what his appeal is as a person or as a love interest.

If you're on the younger side, this kind of story may be fresh and new enough to excite you - but once you've read better-written villainess stories, or better-written smut, then I Reincarnated, but (etc) just falls flat. If you've read this story and enjoyed it, power to you, because I wish I could have as well. <<less
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Lotus200
Lotus200
Dec 08, 2017
Status: v3c12
In the typical villainess story, the FL becomes aware of her role as the villainess and attracts the ML by acting differently. In this story, the ML has been in love with the FL since the beginning.

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The ML has been in love with the FL since childhood and is extremely possessive of her. He is only nice to the heroine, because his friend has a crush on her. In the original plotline, the ML fell out of love with the FL, because she bullied the heroine out of jealousy. Many relationships fall apart because of jealousy, but I find it ridiculous that this was enough to make the ML abandon her, when he is supposed to be madly in love with her. Not to mention that his jealousy is much worse:

ML: "If there is any man around you, I want to kill him. And if you were to choose any man other than me, I will kill all of the men you chose, so prepare yourself" (v1c3).

He talks about killing people, while she at most slapped the heroine. He remains in love with her in the current plotline, but only because she endures the provocation of the heroine. The ML is even surprised that she doesn't slap the heroine after being insulted, since every other noble lady would have reacted that way. I don't believe that he truly loves the FL. He loves her beauty and the idea of her as innocent and fragile. That is probably why he fell in love with the heroine in the original plotline.

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I have only given this novel one star, because I hate the ML. The author tries to portray him as someone madly in love with the FL, but the existence of the original plotline just makes him seem like a hypocrite. <<less
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DeanRae
DeanRae
Mar 25, 2017
Status: v2c2
Well I liked it but there were some things that didn't make sense to me. First, even though it says she remembered her past life, it was only limited to the knowledge of the game - nothing else, not even modern women common sense. Next, the whole ending that was supposed to happen in the game. The next part is a big spoiler since this is a pretty short story so be warned ---> ... more>>
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If in the actual game, the prince married clara and all that jazz, how could he suddenly be so yandere love with christina???? Like wtf, if he was in love with her all along then how did he even marry clara in the game ver. And if he was so in love with her that he would kill anyone who threatened their love or whatever, how come he was all good with her marrying the merchant in the game????!!! Omg. Personally don't like the dude, he came off as one big perv but I guess his pov stories are pretty cute so idk anymore this story lol sigh.

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Kimchi759
Kimchi759
Mar 03, 2018
Status: extra 4
I'm going to preface this with an admission that I dropped this after reading up to v2ch3 (& then up to Extra 4). Also, I dropped this a while back and my memory is more than fuzzy.

However, looking back at my comments on the chapters, I understand why I dropped it, and I have subzero inclination to pick it up again. Re-reading or continuing would be torture.

The male lead is plain tr*sh. And the female lead is frustratingly, idealistically "feminine". This label includes all the terribly misogynistic stereotypes about the... more>> female gender.

Here's a quote I haven't seen in the reviews thus far that does much to reaffirm my decision to leave this in the bin:

“Those kind of words, you know, Christina. To the men that attended the party, those are the kind of compliments that they’ll easily say to anyone, anywhere. It is an old trick that men use to persuade women to sleep with them.”

This line sounds more than suspiciously like the lies abusive a**holes forcefeed their SOs to make them feel worthless/unattractive/undesirable. They do this so their victims lose confidence & independence.

This was in the same chapter as the quote about killing all other men interested in her, btw.

Plus, Albert is unsettlingly aggressive in his s*xual advances. It's her fault if she turns him on so much that he loses control and can't listen to a "no" - that kind of aggressive.

i don't expect much from WNs/LNs, and I expect even less from series tagged with "yandere", but. This is too much.

Can't recommend, in good conscience. ? <<less
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ShiraJung
ShiraJung
Oct 31, 2020
Status: Completed
I have this question with Japanese culture, "why is always main female leads have to be so weak and cute for them to be main leads?". The sexism in Japan is seriously bad. I have been watching anime, manga and many other Japanese entertainments since very young. From Sailor Moon to Mermaid Melody, Pretty Cure, Tokyo Mew Mew (I'm naming the ones people would know) the female leads are always ALWAYS portraited as weak, cute and always infatuated with the Male leads, even when they are dicks. Why is... more>> this considered as typical female leads? I mean, can't a girl be strong too, and be independent on people? In this novel too, the FL clearly knew she wouldn't be with ML but still can't get over him. Why must she be stuck in the plot?
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later, it is explained in novel that she misunderstood ML, but come on, to be this dumb, it is not considered cute anymore, it is plainly no brainer. And also, the plot is unclear. If it was just misunderstanding, why did he chose Clara on the usual plot? Cutting ties with FL because she is very evil, sure, but engaged with Clara after that? Also, if he is too obsessed with Christine, why can't she be obsessed with him too (in current plot) and made those evil steps in original plot? This is clear discrimination.

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All in all, the lesson of the story is men can be manipulative, obsessive, and can make terrible choices, and flirt whenever whoever they want (admit it, both with Clara and Linda, he used the excuse of him being a prince and he is treating them like a prince should but COME ON, WHO TF TREATS STRANGERS SOO GOOD JUST FOR HIS brothers?) as long as they have only one person in their heart. But women always have to be very weak, very pure and innocent (the easier they cry, the better), have to stay very pure for one person (Christine only chatted with the merchant for just one time and she was told off very badly and ML had the audacity to be mad at her), have to ALWAYS accept whatever the ML does, with or without their will, and always have to long for ML. I really hate this culture.

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Yuukinoa
Yuukinoa
Sep 08, 2018
Status: extra 14
This novel is honestly incredibly frustrating for me. The translator has done a marvelous job. The basic prose is pretty standard for a light novel. There’s no complex twist or deep meaning and that’s fine. The rushed pacing also isn’t that bad. Unfortunately, the characters are incredibly flawed as pointed out by other reviewers.

Most of the story is originally told from the perspective of Christina, our female lead, but she is an incredibly unreliable narrator. First of all, there’s absolutely no reason at all to write her as a reincarnation.... more>> The only thing that she gains is the knowledge

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that her fiancée is supposedly going to betray her and the cruel actions that she takes in her jealousy will push him further into the arms of the protagonist. Alas, even this is an unreliable narration as you can later gather that the prince is a yandere in love with her who would not even have started a passing relationship with the protagonist if not for our female lead acting out of character because of the sudden remembrance of her past memories.

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However, this could have easily been written without that knowledge. Otherwise, the FL is completely unable to properly understand the thoughts, feelings, and actions of those around her. She’s a classical sheltered girl who,

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can only react to the prince’s aggressive come-ons with tears and trembling. Even when she tries to stand up for herself her will is quickly overwritten when he takes advantage of her.

It’s disgusting how the prince ignores her, fails to communicate, and is constantly failing to control his lustful urges. The author has honestly written examples of the worst kind of man who takes advantage, and the worst kind of woman who lets him. I find it disturbing that anyone could praise this kind of toxic relationship. It could probably be forgiven if they were a s*upid lovey-dovey married couple, but the problem is that they act like this even when the other person in the relationship is supposedly cold to it.

It’s quite irritating to me, because it gives both men and women a bad name. This novel is absolutely full of the worst kinds of stereotypes. The ML is expected to lavish the FL with expensive gifts and has no ability to control his lusty nature. The FL doesn’t understand anything going on around her and can’t stand up to the ML’s s*xual assertiveness.

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However that’s my personal opinion and a light novel like this isn’t meant to be taken too seriously. So if you want a dramatic, but ultimately lighthearted novel about a girly FL and a wolffish prince then you’ll probably enjoy this. Even then, I suggest stopping at the end of the 2nd novel since the extras after that are actually a long arc that involves more unpleasant characters and drama. Just not for me. <<less
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PhoenixVII
PhoenixVII
Nov 04, 2018
Status: v2c3
This story is about the toxic relationship between the duke's daughter Christina and the hypocritical, pe*verted, yandere prince, Alberto. Alberto is a playboy who couldn't care less about Christina until she regained her memories, then she looked sad and vulnerable thinking that she'd lose him which turns him on and renews his interest... wtf?! And even though he's a playboy, he talks about how he would kill any other man that pursues Christina, or any and all men that Christina falls in love with... wtf?! Need I remind everyone that... more>> the prince got angry at her in the original game just because she threw some wine at Clara yet here he's talking about killing any man that gets involved with her? What a friggin' sociopathic hypocrite! As for Clara, well, she's little more than a plot device here, but in the original story, she just gets away with breaking etiquette far too much, yet the king allows her to marry the prince anyway... wtf?! And the female character is just your typical naive lovestruck protagonist, ugh.

Anyways, y'know, it's not like I hate yanderes all the time but a story that intends to be a fluffy romance story is no place for them... and doubly so when they're as painfully hypocritical as the prince is. <<less
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keima
keima
Apr 24, 2017
Status: --
A very cute romance between two nobles. If you want a cute, warm love story this is for you.

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From the tags it seems the MC was reincarnated in an otome game she played in her past life, but it was not explained clearly since it was mentioned she cannot remember most things in her past life except the game she played. In her past life, game memories she is the main love antagonist, and her fiance which is the prince, will fall in love with the game protagonist named Clara. At first she couldn't accept it since she's in love with the prince but on a party when she saw the prince and the Clara she decided to resign to her faith, to give up the prince.

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shouahang58
shouahang58
Jul 08, 2017
Status: c4
The otome game tag really has no big involvement in the story. But still I enjoyed reading this, plus I'm glad the misunderstanding was solved pretty quickly instead of dragging it for a long time.
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admira
admira
Mar 17, 2017
Status: --
A cute romance that is put together nicely. I read the series before it was translated, but the translation quality is also nice. Somewhat atypical for a 'otome game memory recall' storyline, the main character's personality doesn't completely change after realizing that she is in the rival role. She still acts like a noble, not a clueless Japanese girl with crazy marketing schemes.
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Grace.tjhin
Grace.tjhin
Mar 13, 2017
Status: c4
Its a short romance story.
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For me personally its interesting how the two main character have misunderstanding and at the end they solve it.

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Its fluffy and cute. It also had its heart break moments. If you want a short fluffy romance story then this is the one.
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wishingon
wishingon
Jul 13, 2020
Status: --
The character of the prince is truly awful. No one can lack that much self-awareness. Seriously, it's like he wanted a misunderstanding to happen.

The FL isn't a whole lot better tbh, but at least she's likeable to an extent.
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Kardelune
Kardelune
Mar 09, 2020
Status: --
I'm not sure why this is getting so many strongly negative reviews... it's not a masterpiece nor particularly original, but in it's genre it's pretty good. The plot is simple and well executed (it's a short story there's not a whole lot of room for deeper elements). The writing/translation is fluid. The characters are flawed and not everyone will love them, but they're not deeply unlikeable. The targeted age group is on the younger side, yes, but an older person can enjoy it as an easy read. So yeah, I... more>> understand why it might be rated low, but not why the negativity is this strong, compared to most stories I've found on this website it's a very tame and sweet story.

I find both the MC and ML to be very wholesome and innocent. Yeah, I know the prince has a dirty mind, but he's an naive idiot for everything else (and even when he "lets loose his desire" it's mostly about holding her close and kissing her, he's a teen boy who gets excited in the presence of his first girlfriend, it's really pretty innocent).

Ultimately it's a teenage romance, where they both stumble around overthinking their every action. Their inexperience in how to deal with the situation is frankly pretty on par with how teens do deal with that sort of thing, which is why I thought it was quite a cute story.

the next spoiler essentially explains the whole plot, so avoid if you don't like that.

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Basically, she loses all faith in him when she realises that she's in a world mirroring an otome game, to tone down possible future heartbreak, she tries to smother 8 years of feelings and expectations that have been steadily growing, and knowing how the story "ends" she can't help but read most of his actions as signs that he's distancing himself from her and falling for the "heroine". Meanwhile he's shocked silly by the fact that her attitude toward him does a 180 and panicky because this is the first time she's been cold to him and he's terrified of making it worse, and because he's preoccupied with her actions he goes into automatic mode when dealing with people (read "the otome heroine") in public and makes s*upid mistake after s*upid mistake. And then when he should just talk to her, he's paralysed by the fear that he might make it worse because he doesn't understand the root of the problem (she was cold to him before he started making s*upid mistakes after all), and she won't talk to him because she's scared it'll be the talk where he tells her it's over. As is often the case with this sort of plot, one good heart to heart, with a bit of third party nudging, and everything is solved.

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So nothing overly bad, just sit down, read, and enjoy the nostalgia of remembering what you thought love was like at 13. <<less
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sleepingjay
sleepingjay
Apr 08, 2018
Status: v2c3
It's a cliche but well-written misunderstanding story. MC is a proud and dignified noble girl but very pure and innocent inside. ML is handsome and slightly cold but is actually a dumbass (and yandere) in love. I liked both of them, though I also wanted to punch the ML in the face a few times for being a dumb teen (a f*ckboy, to be exact).

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But inside the story he got told off with everything I wanted to say, so all is well. It was very satisfying. MC might be willing to let past misunderstandings be the past, but her family certainly won't until ML learns to not let this kind of situation develop again.

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The misunderstanding felt natural and since the story is short (4 ch), it wasn't stretched to ridiculous proportions. Both MC and ML had understandable reasons for their actions that worsened the situation. Although, some of ML's actions still made me want to punch him and tell him to man up and stop being a coward. What I liked however is that the author made it clear that MC's bias of knowing the otome game's ending is causing her to suspect the Prince where there is no reason to. As a reader, I could tell that ML is teasing her/is head over heels for her/is a goddamn pe*vert for her, but MC doesn't see it because of her bias (and because she's an innocent pure maiden, bless her).

The resolution to the misunderstanding was also satisfying. Aside from obtaining a clear explanation from ML and reconciling with him, she also obtained closure for that alternate future in the otome game. She knows now that even if this first love fails, it doesn't mean the end of the world. She's not alone and doesn't have to endure the suffering; she has her family, and she will eventually find another love.

Another thing I liked is how it's shown that the original otome game was too rose-colored and biased towards the protagonist and doesn't actually depict the reality of nobility. MC's "villainous" acts in the otome game is perfectly within reason (if slightly inelegant), while the original protagonist's actions breach etiquette x1000 over. It can be said that the original game was from the point of view of commoners, a fairy tale.

The reincarnation and yandere tag doesn't actually play much of a role. The former is only a plot device to prop the misunderstanding on MC's side and doesn't have any other effect on her (she does not gain another personality). The latter is basically casually thrown in by the author a few times.

In conclusion, while the story doesn't do anything new, it's quite well written. It's worth a read, especially since it's quite short anyway.

Edit: I did not like the additions after the main story. It kind of made it seem like ML didn't learn at all from previously and didn't take any decisive precautions. Also, her family turned from smart and supportive to brainlessly meddling. <<less
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AC253
AC253
Sep 27, 2017
Status: --
References to the story throughout my spoiler, so skip if you want to read it with fresh eyes.

This story plays out like a typical shoujo manga, sparkles and flowers and all. Not my favorite genre, but it was nicely done. To be honest, the author should've taken that reincarnation bit out. The main character rarely references back to her past self, and the main source of ~~~drama~~~ is her insecurity, not the overarching Otome Game Plot. The plot itself is simple and bland done countless times over. Though the male... more>> main character appealed to me on paper, I never got why he fell for the MC. Personally, I'd like something more down-to-earth, but that's my preferences talking.

Extra star for the amazing translations and prose that turned this novel from bland to semi-likable for me. Not my taste, but I'm sure some would like it. All in all, if you're a shoujo fan or just want a simple, cute romance with sprinkles of k-drama cliches, it's worth your time. <<less
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sagacious_mai
sagacious_ma
Jul 11, 2020
Status: epilogue 16
Despite what others has said about this novel, its actually pretty enjoyable... as long as you don't read the epilogue. The epilogue was s*upid and honestly, this novel would have done much better without it. Also another thing, the ML is kinda lame. He's just a dry character who has no common sense of refusing someone (I won't spoil but if you read the novel you'll know what I'm talking about). Also, I'm a sucker for male povs. So this may be a bit biased for the rating. Like I... more>> mentioned, you won't lose too many braincells as long as you don't read the epilogues. Overall the main story was enjoyable. <<less
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minar
minar
May 10, 2019
Status: c3
hmm contrary to the other reviews, I surprisingly am enjoying this a lot. I think that the title would be better read:
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"I've reincarnated but I think I have given up on my fiance prince." because in actuality, it isn't the prince who has given up on her, but it is she who has given up on the prince.

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After realizing that the world is an otome game, Christina has become cynical, bitter and skeptical of the Prince. She is aware that he will be whisked away by the heroine, and has recognized that he no longer shows her the same care and attention that he used to show her back when they were children. As a result, she becomes distrustful of his kind words and gestures, she begins to doubt everything he does.

It's funny because as a reader, you can see that the Prince, Alberto, slowly begins to yearn for Christina's attention because she has stopped caring about him. However, since she has become so bitter and jaded, his efforts are misunderstood. If you are sadistic and enjoy watching someone (namely the Prince) suffer from jealousy and chase after the main character, this is the novel for you. <<less
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niconico100
niconico100
Dec 10, 2017
Status: --
The plot is amazing, however it's too fast. I actually got emotional when the whole thing was just a misunderstanding and the FML was ready to break all ties with the prince, but whatever Kami suddenly existed and flushed all my climaxed emotions when the prince suddenly confessed that he loves her. (-_-'')

The FML didn't do anything yet to win the prince's affection and your telling me that he fell in love with her because they knew each other since young and became infatuated after meeting..... bruh. I thought... more>> the story was suppose to be the prince falling in love with the protagonist, Clara, AND THEN when FML regains her control will she do something miraculous.

Sorry, but I can't seem to continue reading this. Don't get me wrong, this is only my personal opinion and I respect your decision of liking this novel... so please don't talk about getting me to like this and whatnot *sigh*

P.S. atleast I gave it a 3 star, lol XD <<less
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chande
chande
Nov 16, 2020
Status: Completed
Please note that the story is not finished yet. If you still want to read it, just stick to the main story and don't read the epilogue just yet.

The story is your typical transmigrate to otome game and villainess turns into a heroine but with a bit misunderstanding here and there. MC and ML surely are not my favorite character. I prefer strong female lead while MC is kind of a delicate noble girl with a weak personality. ML is a bit yandere but he's loyal to MC. Both are... more>> coward when it comes to their feelings.

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MC decided to give up on ML when she remembered her past memories because she thought her fate is inevitable.

In the other hand, ML just want to be nice to the heroine out of courtesy and also because of his childhood friend who seems to like her. But his action cause MC to misundertand and also create unnecessary rumours between him and the heroine. But ML is too afraid to face MC because he doesn't want to get dumped and cause further misunderstanding between him and MC.

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I'm looking forward to the continuation of this story and I'll edit my review when it's completed. <<less
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Jay0
Jay0
Aug 05, 2020
Status: epilogue 16
Seems like the epilogue story has been dropped? It doesn't seem complete.

Alberto (ML) is a dumb-dumb, his actions don't match with his intentions, leading to misunderstandings. Christina (MC) is the textbook weak aristocratic lady, she doesn't do anything except tear up and wallow in self-pity.

The plot is pedestrian.
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