The Male Lead’s Villainess Fiancée

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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?

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?”

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MLVF
남자주인공의 여자사람친구입니다
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Latest Release

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09/18/19 ShainaG Translations c121
09/16/19 ShainaG Translations c120
09/13/19 ShainaG Translations c119
09/13/19 ShainaG Translations c118
09/11/19 ShainaG Translations c117
09/09/19 ShainaG Translations c116
09/06/19 ShainaG Translations c115
09/04/19 ShainaG Translations c114
09/02/19 ShainaG Translations c113
08/30/19 ShainaG Translations c112
08/30/19 ShainaG Translations c111
08/28/19 ShainaG Translations c110
08/26/19 ShainaG Translations c109
08/23/19 ShainaG Translations c108
08/21/19 ShainaG Translations c107
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123alee123
123alee123 rated it
June 12, 2019
Status: c74
This suffers from the problem of most of the transmigration stories of the genre, in that the protagonist doesn't act the least bit like a villain. Instead she's kind of incompetent, weak-willed, oh so perfect female lead who lets herself get bullied and goes with the flow. It's hard to imagine that she doesn't get completely trampled surrounded by the strong willed characters you typically find in otome games. She's just not a very interesting MC at all.
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Tams
Tams rated it
April 22, 2019
Status: --
So far so good! Even though it's not perfectly translated, atleast I could understand what's being said. I would just laugh it off those typo's. Like couch becomes coach or at the chapter 46, the very first sentence "Why did her kiss her?. I was like "What the-? She kiss her ownself?! How is that possible?😂😂I actually love those typos as it would make my day so great!🤗🤗
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Ritsuka
Ritsuka rated it
March 5, 2019
Status: c30
The thing I really liked about this is actually that its really different from all the same genre novels. The romance is not overly sweet, it is the right amount to make your heart flutter. There are actually lot of dialogues which are really rare to see in some novels making me so frustrated like guys how about some talk?I liked the female's lead's past part a lot like that was a bit feely. There are no jealous ladies going around bullying the MC and wrecking my ship which is... more>> really nice. THE ILLUSTRATIONS ARE JUST STUNNING LIKE AGHHHH DAMN I LOVE EM. There is actually really cute bickering and squabbles between the main couple which is actually really nice.I'm kind of done with all the doting but not any cheerful chatter and friendliness. Well so far I realky like it.I hope it gets adapted into manhwa <<less
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Ecirteab
Ecirteab rated it
February 13, 2019
Status: c22
A cute, cliche novel about a girl who transmigirates as the villain fiancee who is completely different from her novel counterpart and thus changes her relationships with every character but is completely oblivious about every flag she raises. In a fun counterpart, the Male lead appears to be oblivious to his obvious feelings as well.

This novel doesn't innovate but I plays its cliches well. The characters are enjoyable, if not particularly well developed beyond the main cast. Louise, although oblivious, does not obnoxiously try to force the perceived plot (beyond... more>> the usual surface attempts) and threats everyone as humans before characters since she's been in this world since young. Some may consider it "raising flags" but also speaks to her compassionate character and integration with the novel world.

Spoiler

Simon brings about second Male lead syndrome hard, I really wish they could end up together because the Male lead has the typical "bullying" love prevalent in these kind of novels

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Nah3sa
Nah3sa rated it
February 4, 2019
Status: c17
The plot is not really original if you already read "I woke up one day and realised I am in an otome game" novels.

Moreover, I couldn't find myself growing fond or attached to the characters. They are somewhat stereotypical for this kind of romcom.
Spoiler

A dense female lead who doesn't realise that the male lead is in love with her, and a male lead which will try scheme to conquer her without much success.

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Another thing is that I can't follow the plot, or more like there isn't much plot. We jump from one scene to another without link beetween them and they aren't even that interesting. Just basic slice of light ? So, if you want something light to waste time it's ok but that's it. Nothing more. I dropped this novel at chapter 17, but maybe it'll become better later ?
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a190619
a190619 rated it
June 19, 2019
Status: c52
Like what others have mentioned, it's a fairly usual otome villainess transmigration plot. Nothing special, but still quite cute -- the dialogue between the characters flow pretty well, the translation is pretty good and the artwork is absolutely gorgeous. That being said, the story does suffer from its predictability and I feel like it'd work a lot better as a manga rather than a novel.

It's good as a fluffy, guilty-pleasure sort of late night read, but probably not for those who want more plot.
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RAGA
RAGA rated it
June 14, 2019
Status: --
Nah, not for me. If it wasn't for the distracting picture format (and yes, I know that it's a problem with the raws and not on the translator, who does a good job btw), I'd probably stick around to read more of it because while it's rather unoriginal and somewhat bland in terms of plot and character, it's cute enough on its own if you like the genre. But for people who can't stand the chat box/almost text messaging format, the story and characters don't make it worth the effort... more>> to ignore the format. ¯_ (ツ) _/¯ <<less
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AoArashi
AoArashi rated it
May 26, 2019
Status: --
It's very light reading. And cute dialogues. I like it.
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AngelicaHolmes
AngelicaHolmes rated it
March 1, 2019
Status: c28
i wouldn't give a five star review since the story don't offer something new, but there so many one one star review and the novel isn't that bad either, I just hope that the main character stop idealising everyone like the novel characters she knew in her previous life, but out of that, if you like the genere it really deserve a try, I like the ML personality isn't exagerated, he likes the MC but I don't know if he has yet noticed himself, I think that's cute
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