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Yu Linglong is the shu (born of a concubine) daughter in a general’s family. Since her mother was only a tribute dancer, her position is the lowest of the low. She used to live with her mother outside the father’s residence, and they only received some monthly money from him. He didn’t bother seeing them. But when her mother dies, she moves into the general’s residence.
The general is a very irresponsible and violent man. He doesn’t really get attached to women, just letting his lust dictate his actions. His wife is a jealous woman, who killed one of his previous concubines, because he doted on her too much. She similarly wants to get rid of Yu Linglong, in part to vent her frustrations over her husband’s cheating habits.
Because the sixth miss – the general’s legitimate daughter, was bitten by a snake, she needs detoxification. The cure was apparently getting poisoned by scorpions, to fight one poison with another. But since she’s already weak, they decided it would be better if she drank the blood of someone poisoned by scorpions instead. The general’s madam naturally decided to use Yu Linglong’s blood. During the process of getting bitten by the scorpion, the original timid Yu Linglong died of fright (and maybe poison? it’s never made clear). Then Yu Mei takes over her body.
Yu Mei is a modern woman. She was some mafia boss, so she’s very capable with fighting and overbearing attitude. She died because the man she fell in love with betrayed her and killed her. So she doesn’t trust easily afterward.
Since she took over Yu Linglong’s body, she refuses to adapt to the circumstances of a lowly illegitimate daughter, and uses her violence to fight for a peaceful life, where no one will challenge her and plot against her. Basically, she beats them up into submission. In the meantime, she acquires a tail – a very persistent prince, who only seems to stick to her harder, the colder she treats him. Did ancient men have such heavy tastes, she wonders.
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The Illegitimate Miss Must Be Fierce
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This novel was really suited to my tastes, she's the kind of female that gives no face and just acts, she's extremely blunt and doesn't care about the consequences at all. In better words, she uses her fists in almost all situations. I've read so many of the female transmigration novels and get sick of the female characters enduring the bullying but get their results in the long run, this female character, however, does not endure at all, she gives them a slap and sends them straight to hell. This is an extremely satisfying novel, though it is very unrealistic the female lead has the power to be so physically strong, she's smart and gives no face to anyone- princess, prince or even the emperor.
As for the male lead, it's nice that he doesn't fall in love right away with her. Although he isn't exactly my top male lead, he's not bad and at least cares a lot for the female lead. However, once their relationship does actually start, it gets a little boring and loses the spark they had in the very beginning.
Oh the 2nd male lead, poor guy... I think the author could've done a better job with this guy, but what can you say, first come first serve.
What I didn't like about this novel was that the ending was really rushed and not as satisfying or tying the loose ends as it should of been, everything just kind of happened with a boom and then it ended. I felt like some things weren't explained well and were left confusing, and some side characters that popped up once and twice were made into a large plot. Yeah, I didn't really like the ending that much.
Overall, for a story that has 173 chapters and not 3000 chapters, this is a pretty good novel to spend your time on and is better than the majority of the female transmigration novels.
My only rant here is that: I *hate* when translators gangb**g a novel (I use that term when different translators take the same novel at once, making the releases confusing and incongruent). This novel has been translated for over 3 years now (I remember seeing this story when I just started reading webnovels, probs about two years ago), and you... more>>
Initially, it was refreshing to see all the harem scheming immediately stopped by the MC beating up the tormentors. But halfway, I really wanted to give up because the characters all felt like thin caricatures. There is very little interesting dialogue, the story just rushes from plot point to plot point, and the romantic relationships are very immaturely done. So, if you like it, you like it. I couldn't get into it. At least it was short, compared to some 1000+ chapter similar stories. I'll give it 3 stars for the translator's readability, completing the translation, different/interesting plot points, decently short length, and remove 2 stars for the shallow characters, relationships, and lack of plot logic.
All of the above continue until around Chapter 150 (of 173). Once married, the MC discovers everything the ML did for her and all his sacrifices, melts in love with her husband and they instantly become each other's true love, safe harbour, and everything, and everything they do is for each other.
when citizens know how to close their doors so they will not encounter the drunk wanton prince, our MC doesn't even hurry in walking. The prince spotted her and her maid in the streets with no other people in sight because again, they know better that they should hide. MC banters with him and he whips her maid giving her a "long bloody mark on her face." MC then kicked him off his horse and proceeded to steal his horse. The prince goes into her residence the next morning because of his horse. They then proceed to banter again. MC's legal mother comes in, shows her "bullies the weak, fears the strong" attitude, and embarrasses herself. The chapter ends with MC picking up her legal mother so she can beat her up - all of this while the prince is watching. I felt like a cannon fodder watching the MC be s*upidly looking for trouble. She was rude in all her conversations. She claims that she's adjusting to the ancient china life, but she still acts so rudely outside of her residence. I face-palmed so hard when she gained the prince's respect for being rude to the prince. Wtf man. Their banter is also dumb, like children fighting in the playground.
Ch 24: the prince tells her "you are very special" - after she almost beat up her legal mother, but decided to just beat up her brother in front of him. *Rolls my eyes*