The Male Lead’s Villainess Stepmother

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Yan Shuyu, a big fan of all sorts of cliche CEO novels, had transmigrated into a book —

In the novel, the wealthy CEO male lead has a villainous stepmother. She put up a front of being nice and tender to him, when in fact she was bullying the male lead with her son. After she had successfully driven the male lead and his father apart, her ambition continued to grow as she attempted to take away the inheritance from the male lead. In the second half of the book, the truth came out — that the father had no feelings for her whatsoever but was merely using the two of them to hone his son’s character. In the end, both the stepmom and her son were sent to jail by the male lead after he took over the family business.

Yan Shuyu transmigrated and became the well-hated villainous stepmother, but she had transmigrated to the time before everything happened, and the male lead was still a foolish child. Only a fool would want to become the stepmother of a foolish child. Yan Shuyu took a longing look at her “assigned husband”, who was pretty much like the Sleeping Beauty, before she quickly packed up and made a run for it.

After that, Yan Shuyu checked out her $250 remaining on her card. She turned to look at her son, who was clinging onto her leg and asking for milk. She wanted to look up at the sky and howl. Is it too late to go back to become the male lead’s whetstone?

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MLVS
成为男主的反派后妈
成为男主的恶毒后妈
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Recommendations
Apollo’s Heart (11)
Transmigration: Raising the Child of the Male Lead Boss (10)
I Raised A Black Dragon (9)
Under the Oak Tree (7)
Transmigrated into a Parvenu’s Ex-wife in the ‘90s (5)
My Son Might Be A Villain (5)
Recommendation Lists
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  3. Waiting to be completely translated
  4. Otome? Nobility?
  5. cutest babies/children, modern day

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06/06/20 Fuyu Neko c109c109
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ghuiling
New ghuiling
June 4, 2020
Status: --
wow this is the first time like the very first time I gave such low rating. Loke that star? It's only for little ML bun (actually I want to give two star but whatever).

I can't understand how people could like the FL (I'm so sorry). She's like a kid and an irresponsible one at that and I can't find her charming oh my god

Ive tried so so hard to give her a chance and read more but dang her whole personality is so frustratingly annoying oh my god. This is... more>> the first time my head hurt so much when reading a novel. I'm very sorry for this review but I just can't like YSY <<less
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coinssa
New coinssa rated it
May 31, 2020
Status: c105
Good to pass your time

I admire and dislike FL at the same time. She's exactly what the author describes her to be: a happy-go-lucky girl who doesn't care about the depth of sh*t she gets into (gets out of?) in the world of the novel. Some things she does are downright DUMB.

Yet what I appreciate is that the author seems to admit her flaws. It's much better than when FL behaves like an *sshole but is portrayed as a noble character all along. Here no one behaves out of character.... more>> FL does have some good traits. She decides to take care of an unknown boy after all, despite her being a very young college graduate... I think her most dominant trait is being INSANELY LUCKY. (that's some author love for you, girl)

Dunno what to think about ML. There wasn't much in terms of plot development and romance has the speed of a snail. But I like him, so far he seemed pretty ok.

And of course, I love the clichés.

In short: while it's not the best piece of art, it's still fun and enjoyable. I recommend this if you love this trope and want to relax <<less
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FlufflyLittleRabbit
FlufflyLittleRabbit rated it
November 13, 2019
Status: c19
Sighed. I thought this story was interesting but after I read a few chapters of this novel, I find it annoying to read because of the FMC's personality.

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  • It's really unbelievable to see someone like the FMC who could adapt so quickly.
  • She's an ungrateful person. After she transmigrated she seems to not care about her parents.
    • She's lazywoman, after she graduate from college she still plan to leeching her family (they are not rich but can only considered okay since shes the only child of her parent I think).
    • s*upid and superficial.
    • Irresponsible--oh wait, let's just put it a careless woman. Why? After she took over the original owners body, she really seems not care about the safety of her instant son at all. Here's the example; she went out with her friend and have fun leaving only her 4yr old instant son alone in the house. Even if it's said that the little boy is a little matured for his age, as a child who is less than five is not safe being alone y'know!
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haruhi91
haruhi91 rated it
January 13, 2020
Status: c42
I just cant stand the MC, she is so silly, superficial, narcissist and obsessed with beauty that it hurts to keep reading, I guess the author aimed for a comic effect, but I find it only annoying. I'll give you some examples. She cant stop admiring herself in the mirror or taking selfies for so long she forgets to check what her child is doing. One time, she looks at the photo of her deceased husband and what she thinks? She regrets he didn't die after her transmigration as she... more>> didn't have the chance to ogle him, a pity as he was so handsome. WTF?

She is an adult but acts as a teenager living in her bubble. In this kind of novel where a person transmigrates as a villain, the fun part is watching him or her trying to stay away from his predestinated fate living as independently as possible. In this novel, it's clear that without the support of the ML, the MC would probably end up without money living under a bridge. She is not able to plan or think rationally and, as she says, she has no problem leeching off a rich man or waiting for her smart kid to grow up so she can depend on him.

I am not interested in reading about the life of this kind of shallow characters. <<less
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RheaRee
RheaRee rated it
October 24, 2019
Status: c54
Please refrain from writing review before you get the grasp of the story...
The story is awesome, the MC is not useless whatsoever.
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She's quite adept in playing piano and cello and later become a music teacher.

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She seemed indecisive at times but I love how it's the ML who chase her and there's no unnecessary drama in this story
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supermanatee
supermanatee
December 17, 2019
Status: Completed
This is by far the cutest story I've read! There are a few (IMO) unfairly low ratings that I think needs some justification. I don't normally write reviews, but I hope that this can sway the people who would have loved this novel but were turned off by the previous reviews to give it a chance.

I love the family dynamics. She's not an exemplary mother by any means, but her son is turning out just fine (which is ultimately what matters right?). In this imaginary novel world, her son responds... more>> well to her style of parenting. I imagine that if he had a different personality, she would treat him differently as well (I remember the author addressing this in the novel). The book is not advertised as a parenting guide... (so don't try this at home) I don't know why there are so many people offended by her parenting.

She doesn't live and breathe for her son, but he's pretty high up on her priorities. She takes care of his safety and needs (to the person who said that he would have died in real life: my mom used to leave me at home alone when I was 5 and tell me to stay away from the windows in case the neighbors got suspicious. I'm obviously a little bitter about it but still alive enough to write this review)... I'd say she's doing well with what she's got. And frankly, I work in childcare and I've seen much worse IRL and from really well off folks too... Sure her intentions are not the purest...
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(she wants her son to be successful so she can mooch off of him in the future),

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but she's not causing any detriment to her son with her expectations (tiger moms I am looking at you).

The MC is a little low EQ, but it definitely creates some hilarious situations. As the readers, we obviously see the entire story context, so her narrow view can be frustrating. I like that it builds their relationship slowly and steadily as opposed to having the usual love-at-first-sight, then cat-fight-political-cliche stories. Personally, I find those novels a little tiresome and painful to read, but I can see how some people may find this a little bland or boring if they prefer those high-drama, intensely-emotional-rollercoaster-rides. This book is a funny, cute, light-hearted read for anyone who is into that. <<less
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Honefuusen
Honefuusen
October 20, 2019
Status: --
Why is useless MC keep getting transmigrated into novel.... Can't they make it so that someone who was a manager, or even a shop assistant is also OK, I think it would have been interesting. Instead it's this talent less, jobless or boring MC getting crossed over. This MC is the same with that MC in substitute wife novel. =_=

I think this woman will probably kill her kid if the kid (the villain-to-be) was like a normal 4 y.o. kid. Instead to enable her acting clueless and cute, the author... more>> made the kid to be 'sensible'. This troupe feels refreshing once or twice now it's just boring and down right annoying ┐ (´д`) ┌ <<less
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ike_00000
ike_00000 rated it
April 22, 2020
Status: c89
Whoa! So I gave up reading this multiple times based on other reviews, but now that I've read it and found it quite enjoyable I think others are definitely way too harsh.

For our MC, in the beginning, I really disliked her because she felt very shallow, lazy and face-loving. But as the story continued, although she kept her happy-go-lucky nature, she does work hard and see people beyond their appearances. Beauty might still be very important to her, but doesn't everyone appreciate some good genes&maintenance? It's not like she acts... more>> foolishly because of it. She is vain, but she doesn't treat others poorly or judge based on appearances; one day she woke up and found herself in her goddess' body, wouldn't anyone be appreciative????

On her childcare strategies, I don't think the other reviewers read the story properly. She's a single mother that lives paycheck to paycheck in an expensive city, I personally think it's admirable how she made ends meet. In the beginning, it was the OG body that left the child at home alone. After she came in, she mostly took him to her workplace to wait in the lounge with no other options. However, she knows the maturity level of her child and his track record of being responsible at home, and rather than have him be bored and tired waiting for her she decided he's able to stay at home alone. Even when she went out to play for the day; since she went into the body, she was basically working almost two jobs and taking care of her child every single day. She more than deserves the break, and already arranged a responsible guardian & playdate for her child anyway. The people criticizing her as a mother have no idea how hard it is. Mothers shouldn't be expected to be superwoman every single waking moment, especially for her since she is a single mother and didn't even sign up for this child! He's truly her INSTANT son that effectively fell out of the sky, but she bore the responsibility fully!

Also, her buying all the meals only happened at the beginning of the story. She wasn't adjusted at all to her new life yet at all, she didn't know how to cook, and food is actually very cheap purchased outside in China. Sure it might not be as clean or nutritious, but this only occurred a few days anyway. Right afterward she got a tiring job, but it covered the meals. Even if she had the time, I don't blame her for being too physically or mentally exhausted already! Keep in mind, before this she was totally living a spoiled lifestyle. Why should she force herself to spend a lot of energy doing a task she doesn't enjoy when there is entirely no benefit to doing so???

I was going to rate this 4stars, but because of how harsh everyone else is I rated it 5. I don't want other people to miss out on this story like I almost did because of other reviews; it's not spectacular or particularly memorable, but it's a fluffy sweet story about their family. I also like that she doesn't reach some apex of success, even as beautiful as she is, and the story doesn't just immediately forget her son exists after she starts working like many other stories do. That said, she is quite annoying in the beginning, but it gets significantly better. <<less
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MeimeiXgreetsXNiangniang
MeimeiXgreetsXNiangniang rated it
March 4, 2020
Status: Completed
The MC is vain. So?

As for her being irresponsible, as someone who suddenly becomes a mother, without background of childrearing whatsoever, she's trying her best. She might be immature and a bit irresponsible but she did try to feed both of their mouths.

Someone pointed out that she left her son alone. No, she didn't. She brings her son to work. She left him to her friends if she can't bring him with her. She even said in her monologue that she doesn't think it's safe to leave her son alone.... more>> Pretty normal.

Overall :

It was an enjoyable read for me but the novel itself is forgettable. <<less
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Fourthaid
Fourthaid rated it
January 15, 2020
Status: c44
I've been getting into this particular sub-genre of transmigration stories with a female lead taking over the body of an original owner that either has children, or ends up in a situation with a single male lead who already has some. This just happens to be a combination of those two particular situations.

This one might be my current favorite, mostly because of the attitude of the female lead. While she is certainly good to her "instant son", she sees it as more of a relationship between an uncle/aunt to a... more>> niece/nephew rather than as a mother. It always struck me as odd in similar works where the female lead is instantly hit with this maternal instinct towards this kid they are faced with in their new reality. So it's nice to see what I assume will be a more gradual take on getting closer to both her own son as well as her future stepson.

Similarly I am liking her interactions with the boss, and figuring that her best option is to GTFO ASAP rather than sit around and wait for the inevitable retribution (as far as she is concerned) if she were to take it any further than she already has. Sure she is a bit zany and odd, as displayed when she first lays eyes on her former husband for the first time. But at the same time she does take a degree of responsibility for this instant son and herself in trying to improve their lives.

The male lead I am still unsure of. Not too much has been revealed of his inner thoughts, so for now it's a bit of a mystery why he interested in her (though I assume her flippant attitude and lack of "chase" considering his net worth is what provides the initial spark of interest for him). So far though, thankfully he is not the typical cold-hearted, forceful male lead that is the cause of Stockholm Syndrome in so many other Chinese "romance" stories. Knock on wood.

There's definitely some issues, such as the story not truly being original in any way (but then I'd struggle to find much originality left to squeeze out of any established genre, but that is a discussion for a different place entirely) But it does however use those well-known tropes and features in an amusing and interesting way and I am looking forward to seeing where it goes next. <<less
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nuttyreader
nuttyreader
December 7, 2019
Status: --
There are several reviews that has me asking, did they actually read the story?

The FL is not a virgin. She is not shy. She is a bit naive and a bit lazy.
But, she knows what to do and make decisions quickly while acting on them.
note: FL does not have a degree so it does not matter how smart the FL is, they will not give management job to a middle school graduate. Also, why are people looking for Mary Sue?

FL uses her skills - piano and violin, to... more>> find a job and become good friends with the people there. This is far from useless so I’m scratching my head on some of the reviews.

There are no issues with the FL and sons interactions. They are cute and has potential for lots of fluff.

At this point, I will keep reading and give it a rating once the story is completed or closer to complete. It is interesting to read.
Had to post this after reading some reviews that are different from the story. <<less
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Sinking Ship
Sinking Ship rated it
January 7, 2020
Status: c41
I'm surprised how much hate this novel is getting in the review section over the MC. Personally I like the MC a lot. She feels very much like a real human with the way she doesn't instantly and perfectly step into some other woman's life and flawlessly play out that woman's various roles. Like, who exactly is the person who could be magically transported into someone else's body and from there be able to act out the role of a perfect mother / daughter to a bunch of people she... more>> has literally never seen or met before? I feel like the transmigrated MC's who are always banging on about paying their filial piety to their "new" parents and relatives and whatnot are the real weird ones.

It's not like the MC of TMLVS ever does anything particularly heinous either. She just isn't an instantly subservient yes-man to some people who she's never met before who are also nominally her parents and she isn't instantly overflowing with tender motherly love for some brat she's never seen before.

All that aside the story itself is a pretty enjoyable read just for the running and chasing going on between the main couple, if you ask me. <<less
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oopsaloo
oopsaloo rated it
April 12, 2020
Status: c75
I really have to agree with some of the previous reviews calling the FL annoying. It’s on the level of MAJOR personality flaws. Even though she’s young, grew up moderately spoiled (ok quite spoiled), and without much responsibilities in the past, she completely fails to adapt well to her new responsibility - her “instant son”. I thought, why not give this novel a try cause she’ll probably grow up and learn to become a great mother. But 71 chapters in, still no sign of that. Time for me to drop.... more>> Such people (even fictional) shouldn’t be responsible for other living beings. Or at least they should acknowledge their shortcomings and get the necessary help if they’re not willing to change. She seems to do neither, and maintains a rather cavalier attitude about it.

Leaving aside
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her vanity over her appearance (she’s quite narcissistic), her unprofessionalism towards her boss (ok, maybe she’s lucky to have a nice boss, but to treat him as a babysitter and after getting all those free meals? Ugh), her lack of financial management (spending last savings on clothes, not securing the basic necessities of life and for her 4 YEAR OLD son), she feels at ease to leave him at home alone, forgets that she has a son when she goes out shopping, just dumps him to anyone to babysit without asking his opinion, and completely prioritizes shopping over him. No matter how the author tries to justify it because the son is “sensible” or “smart”, the truth is she’s completely negligent and irresponsible. Giving hugs and kisses is no substitute for maturity and taking responsibility. If the son were older, then maybe I’d understand, but this is just crazy.

The other thing is, the plot is predictable. We all expect the ML and MC to end up together eventually and for MC to defy the original villainess’s fate. The fun was supposed to be in how she inadvertently attracts the ML while trying to avoid messing up like the original. I was glad that in the beginning MC had a backbone and avoided the ML, but then all of a sudden she just gives up her conviction all of a sudden for short-term gains - “free movie, free popcorn, free fancy French dinner” while ignoring the long-term consequences of deepening her relationship with ML (marriage—>tragic fate).

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At times, MC acts like a spoiled teenager without any responsibility. Which I’d be fine with if there was growth. /RANT

I initially was drawn in by the premise of the novel. There were parts I liked and I thought I should give it a fair chance (I’d say 75 chaps is quite an investment). But I’m sad cause ultimately I have to drop it due to the FL’s personality settings, her s*upidity, and most of all unwillingness to demonstrate growth. This novel killed too many of my brain cells. Don’t waste your time! <<less
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Zefelina
Zefelina
January 6, 2020
Status: Completed
Personally, I really enjoyed this novel.

I read the comments that said the FL is childish, unintelligent and leeches off her parents. Howerver, I don't agree. First of all, at the beginning she is a girl who still hasn't graduated from school and experienced life. She can say whatever, but when she transmigrated, she worked hard to support herself and her child. It may not always be expressed, but if she didn't complain and remain cheerful despite having to go to work everyday with no breaks, then what's with the judgement?... more>> Anyway, I like reading stories where everything goes well for the mcs, rather than constant dogblood drama over nothing.

I also like how FL straightforwardly expresses her feelings. If she likes, she likes - if she doesn't, then she makes herself clear. She may give in to MLs tricks a lot, but when it really counts, she can stand up for herself (
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she refuses to marry ML until she is sure that her child won't end up like in the novel despite her personal feelings and the pressure from ML; when given the chance to become a celebrity she feels tempted at first, but quickly realizes that it's not for her and isn't tangled over it for long

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).

The ML is also quite good. I can't say that I totally understand him or that the author managed to completely convey his supposed shrewdness... but I really liked how he was willing for FL to have her own career, do small things for her and spoil her. He is also good with the children, and even gets jealous (but not over the top). An ideal guy!

Finally, the novel is very sweet, with some undramatic drama, which is told very warmly. The secondary characters are also interesting and even if they appear 'evil' at first, they have their reasons.

I recommend this novel for those, who like to eat sugar ^^ <<less
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Ariion
Ariion rated it
May 2, 2020
Status: --
Reading up to c94 was good, I read the comments before and I see no need for such negativity. Loving beauty is fine, normal Web romance novel have obsessive males thinking about beauty.. As a female loving it and as well herself this is refreshing.

The translations so far are extremely well done so full marks, the FL ML and children are decent as well.. The only dislike is her leaving the child alone... That I think is kind of disgusting but in her defense the child is a 'instant child'... more>> so she doesn't have that motherly bond of caring, birthing and raising it.

Anyway I hope that this translation does not get drop and that the plot continues smoothly.

All in all if you are willing to read a modern day book with a female lead who is basically a narcissistic woman and a sly ML with two sons please give it a try I doubt you would regret it for as a picky reader myself it's worth your time. <<less
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ByleeM
ByleeM rated it
December 22, 2019
Status: c33
I had expectations... Not too much, I didn't go in to this novel looking for the next holy grail, I was just in it for the fluff after reading some heavy stuff. But the FL ruined it for me. I think the story would have been better as a reincarnation into a white lotus than this transmigration plot it got going on. The FL has very little redeeming features and I dont think she cares about anyone but herself... Its a bit embarrassing really! For an eg, even knowing they... more>> are broke, she blew a $1000 on clothes and take out in a single weekend! Like brah... The 2 stars are for the translation and cute kid <<less
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Apaylia blackrose
Apaylia blackrose
October 16, 2019
Status: c3
It's interesting. MC is naive but vaigue. She is attracted by looks so she doesn't get attached easily. She doesn't desire for money or prestige. She just want a peaceful life with a steady income source.

Male lead is mc's novel's male lead's dad. He seems like a deepily hidden cunning person from summary. But he is yet to be properly introduced.

The story has reached the point where the MC has transmitted in between a s*x session. She thinks she is dreaming having s*x with ex boyfrnd, as she has just... more>> broken up. She than comments she must be fantasizing as boyfrnd has amazing skills in dream, even his chuckle is bone melting. She passes out.

When she wakes up she noticed the strange situation around her. The different room and the stranger on bed. She then quessed she must have transmigated. She goes to bathroom to admire her beauty and figure and thinks she has a killer body, even she as women is drooling over it.

After that by chance she remembers the stangers name and comment zhoi has performed good on bed. Lo behold. Boom. She remembers who she is and where she ia now. It's a novel world where in future she will be jailed. She realised it's first time she has bedded this zhou guy and its still 2 year early before she marry him. Being naive as she is, she decide to run from him as being with him will result in her being heroine og orange is the new black. So she hastly dresses up and flee like a typical playboy after a one night stand.

Zhou did wake up but he did not get opportunity to clarify the situation before she dash out. This was first time he was used and dumped. <<less
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SeiraJLoyard
SeiraJLoyard rated it
January 29, 2020
Status: Completed
The characterization for the MC was expressed very well. Based on her backstory of being a single child that was spoiled while growing up not having to do anything, her decisions after crossing over really held true to that. As the story progresses you could see her character growth as she slowly moved away from thinking only about herself to having more consideration as a mother.

This was a pleasant read. Not a lot of dog blooded drama, but at the same time, there were no real antagonists. As soon as... more>> a possible antagonist appeared, they were dealt with almost immediately and never showed up again. I was a little disappointed because of this, because you didn't really get to see too much in regards to how our characters responded/handled such things. However, as someone who loves a straightforward story with no drama, this was done so well that there basically was no drama, more slice of life than romance.

I feel that the MC is a hit or miss protagonist. She stays true to her 20 year old naive/spoiled character, and doesn't think too much. This is both a pro and con; she can sometimes come off kinda flakey, insincere, or s*upid. I wish that the author had a little more focus on our ML as well. For me it seemed kinda sudden, he went from ok this girl has hooked my interest to let's get married. I just wish there were more insight into his thoughts about her so we could understand his character better.

Rated 3/5 as this was a straightforward lighthearted read. The twist at the end finally gave this a little bit of drama. Not considered great because of how insincere the "drama" ended up being (either have it or don't, don't half a$$ it.) Not a huge fan of MC or ML, but enjoyed the interactions she had with the kids. <<less
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Milkywaylunar
Milkywaylunar rated it
May 15, 2020
Status: Completed
Fluffy love story. FL is quite responsible tbh. It's not easy to be a mother and in this story, FL and ML were good parents. As a parent myself, I could say that. Really
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Dhaturas
Dhaturas rated it
May 10, 2020
Status: --
I feel compelled to leave a review after reading the other negative reviews. The MC is vain, maybe a little clumsy or shortsighted, but she's not an irresponsible waste. She was suddenly shafted into the role of a mother. She ain't perfect, but she does her best to provide for the new stranger she's suddenly responsible for.

I gave the story 5 stars just to shove it against all the negative reviews, but I really think it should be a 4 or 3. Like, yeah, it's not a bad novel, but... more>> after a while, I found myself disliking the ML. The power disparity between the two creates a dynamic where the FL is almost always on the losing end of things. And also, the ML seems to be attracted to the FL but he never outright says it to her face (at least until last chapter I read). He just kind of leaves her alone to wonder about his true feelings for her.

Speaking of, the FL is convinced that the ML has a black heart who could use and dispose of someone with a smile. This is the main reason why she diverges from the plot in the original novel and stays away from the ML. Ultimately of course, the ML is attracted to her because of her aversion of him. I skipped ahead to find out that they do indeed end up together, but I just couldn't stomach the idea of the FL falling for the ML after she repeatedly said that she wouldn't fall for his tricks again and again in her narration. <<less
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Blueraven
Blueraven
February 29, 2020
Status: c26
I was looking forward to reading this series but goddamn the MC was so unlikable. Like I understand that she is suppose to be more relatable than the typical genius/ assassin/ boss female protagonist in transmigration stories but she really is SOOO irresponsible. She is so vain and shameless! I love my confident and shameless protagonists but she makes it so uncomfortable considering that she can't even take care of herself or the child that she keeps putting in the back of her mind!!! I really can't bring myself to... more>> sympathize with the MC... <<less
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joellyanne
joellyanne
January 15, 2020
Status: Completed
This a very fun read. I just cannot stop laughing in virtually every chapters. I have to read the google translated version of the story as don't have the patient to wait for the rest of the chapters to be translated. I am very grateful for the translators for introducing me to this story.
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