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Release FrequencyEvery 21.9 Day(s)
Activity Stats [Graph]Weekly Rank: #2000
Monthly Rank: #6728
All Time Rank: #6597
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On 503 Reading Lists
Monthly Rank: #8159
All Time Rank: #6467
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Most female leads in historical romance novels have to live through miserable experiences. They’ll always be misunderstood, betrayed by their family, misunderstood by their lovers, bullied by their mothers-in-law, framed by their rivals…
They’ll always be kind, forgive those who betray her, fall in love with someone who hurts them over and over, treat their evil mother-in-law as a motherly figure, treat the child of their rival’s as their own, before finally obtaining their happy ending.
When Su Yuan became the female lead of said novel: I have something to say… I’m not sure whether it’s appropriate or not.
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