The Reader and Protagonist Definitely Have to Be in True Love


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An internet troll who wanted attention, the reader criticized his favorite web novel, saying: “The protagonist is dumb and the author is s*upid.”

Author: “…Got it.”

Unfortunately for him, the author actually listened to his (troll) feedback. The formerly lighthearted tale of a cute harem master suddenly became super dark and edgy. The reader could only helplessly look on as the protagonist was abused and betrayed, finally embarking on the road to becoming completely evil. Everything was a mess!

After that the reader transmigrated into a strange world. How come the person in front of him looks like the protagonist (evil undead version)? Just what is going on?!

Note: Du Zhe (读者 meaning Reader) and Du Ze (杜泽 the character’s name) sound almost the same

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Độc giả và nhân vật chính tuyệt đối là chân ái
นักอ่านกับพระเอกน่ะต้องคู่กันอยู่แล้วนี่ !?
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04/09/18 BC Novels c96 (end)
04/05/18 BC Novels c95
03/31/18 Ainushi Translations c94
03/23/18 BC Novels c93.2
03/21/18 BC Novels c93.1
03/19/18 BC Novels c92.4
03/17/18 BC Novels c92.3
03/15/18 BC Novels c92.2
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03/07/18 BC Novels c91.2
03/05/18 BC Novels c91.1
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03/01/18 BC Novels c90.2
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New Lostintheocean rated it
May 7, 2024
Status: Completed
there's a lot to unpack here.

I came across this novel because of the manga months ago and I binged it in a few days and I absolutely loved it. I still do, as a fantasy story though.

I randomly saw this just now and decided to re-read the first chapters, I'm remembering a lot of stuff and now I think this isn't as good as I used to think.

Firstly, let me tell you that the world setting is awesome, I love the idea of different races living together in a world... more>> and a person with all the races combined living among them. I can definitely tell why Du Ze loved the original story. I would want to read the original story as well.

Moreover, This story is truly well-written, with complex characters and a nice portrayal of every race. Every arc is really engaging to read. Du Ze's character is realistic.

What puts me off though, is the romance. The first time I read it I was completely bewitched by the romance, but now I'm kind of finding it problematic.


I personally liked how Xiu came to understand that he was in love with Du Ze, because he always had his back and supported him and that he doesn't think of restrictions of love because of gender.

But, Du Ze on the other hand is whole another story. He was a straight man who admired Xiu as a person. Honestly, his love felt forced, I kinda wish their relationship wasn't romantic and was only a brotherly companionship, or at least he wasn't straight and his affection was developed better. Don't get me wrong, I love their cute moments, but it still doesn't sit right with me.

Also, some of the smut scenes felt really dubious. I remember One of them being blatant, barbaric r*pe, that scene was so unnecessary and uncomfortable to read: ( ( (Xiu, too, was too possessive and I really hate possessive characters. He acts as if he owns him


Also the sisters?!?!?

They are identical twins! I don't care if it's fantasy and they're not humans, that's the ultimate level of grossness.


I recommend giving this story a try, it really is worth it as a fantasy book. <<less
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May 5, 2024
Status: Completed
3 stars

ive read this novel once before and started re reading recently, unfortunately I dropped it at ch 19.

i gave it 5 stars because first time readers might enjoy this as much as I did at first.

... more>> however, reading it a second time and knowing whats going to happen next, spoiled it for me.

during this second read a lot of problems which was avoided during my first read, popped up again and became like an annoying leach that wouldn't let go.

so the following is a review based on the second read.

the MC really is adorable and honestly its sad how he had to hide his emotions because of the bullying when he was younger.

including the self blame the MC had because of the way the ML's life went.

i have no problem with the MC and find his actions of wanting to pair the ML with every heroin funny.

the problem with this novel which was difficult to avoid was the fact that the ML had The Reverse Florence Nightingale Effect, where the patient or care- receiver falls in love with their caregiver.

and the MC's personality I would associate with the Florence Nightingale effect, where a caregiver falls inlove with the patient if not Stockholm syndrome.

i dont feel like the MC and ML had real feelings for each other, but rather their situations forced them to that.

the MC was straight from the beginning, was thrown into a strange world, was nearly killed by the ML, then tortured by having spells practiced on him like he was some kind of guinea pig.

after that he was forced into a blood contract where he could be killed at anytime, then he was stuck with an overly obsessed ML.

The ML was betrayed time and time again, tortured, hunted down and faced damaged repeatedly which could have killed any ordinary person.

all of this are serious causes which can affect ones mental state.

in all honesty I fin the part of the novel where the ML blackens very believable, and I feel like that part was very well written.

so it bothered me to see the progress of the "romance" while knowing that these two individuals unknowingly are forced into this.

if the romance part was removed then this would have made a brilliant psychology novel.

to be honest if I had to re read scumbag system then I would have most likely also not have had a good second read and the review will probably not be as positive, which is why, re reading it is still a serious debate.

but overall I would recommend first time readers to read it. <<less
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readerz rated it
August 10, 2017
Status: Completed
This is a great love story! The main character (the Reader) is deaf which is unusual for Chinese novels. MC is a very funny person. In the modern world he is a student still living with his mother. He loves to read web novels but he has a bad habit of always trolling his favorite author for attention. This ends in tears (bad troll! Bad!) as the author actually listened to his troll feedback and made the novel (the reader's favorite one) turn from the story of a cheerful, moe... more>> super OP harem hero into a super dark and edgy tale of a villain who was hated and betrayed by everyone he knows.

The real story starts when the MC is transported into the world of the novel.

Crazy hi-jinks! Shenanigans!

Very slight spoilers here since these happen within the first 3 chapters:


The MC meets the hero/villain Xiu for the first time and says "meow~." MC french kisses a skeleton!


The tone of the story is humorous most of the time but there are times when it gets serious. I seriously cried and laughed many times while reading it.

The MC is one of the best I have read. He's smart, he knows what he wants, and goes for it. He's very brave and loyal!

The male lead is very possessive and appreciative of the MC. He has eight different forms that he can shapeshift into. Each form has a different type of power and his personality also changes when he shifts but he always remains protective and loving towards the MC.

Spoiler about the smut parts:


The male lead's favorite thing is to have sexy time with the MC in all eight forms. LOL, he really likes to give MC a good workout in bed.


The smut is only around 5/95 chapters so it's not a lot but what is there is very memorable due to the male lead's many different forms. The best thing about it is that the romance greatly overshadows the smut. I mean, this is not a story where there's tons of smut in the first place and what smut it does contain is very touching because it is always in the context of their rapidly evolving relationship.

The ending is perfect. Absolutely perfect. I have zero complaints about it. It's one of the most satisfying endings of any BL novel I have ever read. <<less
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Narutolvr rated it
August 26, 2017
Status: Completed
Honestly, this is one of the best web novels I've ever read. Not only is the plot a unique twist on something we've seen time and time again, the author is unbelievably talented at showing the emotional growth/emotional comprehension of the characters. The main character is probably the most human MC I've come across in a light novel, especially his unashamed favoritism of the ML as his favorite novel's protagonist that I can totally sympathize with (can't tell you how many times I've justified unreasonable actions/events just on the basis... more>> of 'the protagonist deserves' lol).

The romance is super well done. There's no immediate falling in love, no perfect love. The author just conveys the raw emotions so well you can't help but get s**ked in; the awesome yet insecure ML and his desperate way of loving the MC gives me heartache (when I'm not mildly creeped out), while the MC's denseness and attempts to hook the ML up with his harem while hugging his thighs take me from laughter to tears and back. You slowly see them move from hostility, to comfort, to love, to a sort of bone deep, only-reason-I-exist type love while moving along the plot of the original novel within the novel. It's quite a lovely story, actually, and I strongly recommend it to those who like or are ambivalent about BL. Ugh I hope this author has more works because I'm such a fan of this one! <<less
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Ars rated it
September 7, 2017
Status: c17.1
Ch17.1 may be too early to judge the quality of this story, but here are my thoughts.

The Reader and the Protagonist Definitely Have to Be in True Love has a gripping premise of a reader being s**ked into the world of a web novel in order to change its story. It promises to be an epic love story between the reader who adores the 'cute/meng' protagonist, and the sullied, broken protagonist. The story revolves around the premise that the protagonist's fate of suffering was caused by the reader, Du Ze,... more>> trolling the author so much that the author decided 'Fine, if you think this story is so bad, I'll make it bad'. And so, the web novel which should have been about an all-powerful harem-getting protagonist instead ended up with the protagonist betrayed and crushed by all of his friends and lovers.

There are several points which led me to not enjoy this story:
1. The timeline. This may simply be my lack of reading comprehension, but... well, it's very confusing. How much of the story is already written? How far did the protagonist get in his quest to unlock the 8 races of blood in his body before awakening his undead Lich blood and being betrayed and blackened? If this was the most recent development in the story (as it seemed to be since Du Zhe had been trying to encourage the author to write more after the author had flipped on the story) then how the heck does Du Zhe know so much about the other elements of the story to the point of pretending to be a prophet? And if the undead Lich blood was one of the first ones to awaken then how was there so much happening before that point to warrant an entire book being published and doujinshi being made? I really don't understand this.

2. The main leads have no chemistry, and they themselves have no charm points. As of ch17.1 the story has already left its cardinal promise unfulfilled: I, the reader, have not fallen in love with the protagonist. Du Zhe started promisingly with the idea of a rotten-mouthed but sweet-hearted character that uses insults to attract the attention of his beloved (author), but come the actual plot events and he becomes a wooden block. Add to that, the protagonist has no personality. He has the generic Personality Switch Set that comes with a standard BL seme. Switch 1: He is cold and tortures others. Switch 2: He is extremely possessive and thinks his love interest is only his (to torture/kill/love?). These two characters don't talk to each other beyond extremely bland dialogue about information exchange. If you set two rocks next to each other in a garden, that's the kind of interaction these two characters have. Du Zhe has told us many many times that "the protagonist is so meng/cute!" "So meng!" Yet where do we see that in the first chapters? Never. Actually, only in the author's notes at the end. The little noncanon skits were the closest I got to liking the protagonist.

What could save this is if Du Zhe had any sort of attraction to the protagonist, but of course this has to be a "wolf chases the rabbit" scenario where the protagonist falls first, for whatever reason. While we see all of Du Zhe's inner ramblings and personality, all the protagonist sees is basically a robot that lets him torture it and protects him with its own body. Is Du Zhe even human? Why exactly does the protagonist come to love him? Only in the latest translated chapters do we see the revealings of vulnerability in Du Zhe that could potentially lead to romance, but the protagonist immediately leaps to a selfishly obsessive possession. The author has not laid any proper foundation for a believable romantic relationship at this point of time, and so I am greatly unsatisfied.

3. Story and plot pacing. I get the impression that this story is written on the fly without any planning, as it jumps from one event to the next while padded with Du Zhe's panicked inner reactions. We get little sense of location and setting, despite the extremely detailed backstory of the novel. Rather, the world and its obstacles act more like a glass dome backdrop around the two protagonists as they are inevitably meshed together as a couple due to the fact that this is a BL novel. Perhaps this will change when more characters are introduced and the protagonist is forced to confront his past.

Since this story continues on for many more chapters with good reviews I am hopeful that the writer becomes more experienced and can successfully tie together all of the disparate elements that they have left undeveloped. Unfortunately, I think that they started this story with fatal flaws regarding the two main characters' personality attributes. In my opinion, I think this story would have been more interesting if it had been about the Reader and the Author's love, as at least there we had seen some effort on Du Zhe's part to chase the author, and the author's response to Du Zhe. For this story to be saved and for me to consider that the reader and protagonist are in true love, the protagonist has to start earnestly caring for the reader as more than just "a thing that belongs to him".

In any case, I give it 3 stars because it has potential and is well-translated. Overall, the story has an interesting premise but lacking execution. <<less
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Reitian rated it
October 26, 2017
Status: Completed
Absolutely amazing. This is exactly what I look for in a novel. Not only did it have a complex and well thought out plot with great pacing, the character development was steady and believable. I loved that the plot actually ventured on a dark path and I enjoyed the grotesque descriptions. There was action. There was adventure. Most importantly, it was consistent. Sometimes I feel like halfway through BL novels (specifically), the author gives up on the plot so the main CP can get together. That doesn't happen in this... more>> story. Everything about it was intense, especially the romance. The attention to detail not only wraps everything up nicely, it weaves and threads the piece together.


The pacing was so smooth that while I was writing notes for this review, I had to stop and think, "Man, what really happened? I don't think much has changed since x happened besides y." However, I would then realize that while I was distracted by the building romance, there were other things going on, or while I was absorbed in the action scenes, the characters would break through to some important detail. I just didn't notice because everything just felt too natural.

The H scenes were written extremely well. Most authors either skim over the scene (damn those crabs and curtains!!), or write something really generic. However this author actually did their research into the anatomy of some of the forms and again, the attention to detail is amazing. Small, almost insignificant, interactions between the main CP will be brought up in a way that just really lets you feel the love, and it builds up into a mountain so sturdy, even the limits of space and time can't hold them back. I loved that this was a world made exclusively for the main CP even though it likes to throw trials and tribulations at them. Hell, even the title says so. When the world itself is rooting for you, you know it's gotta be good.

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CrunchyAsphalt rated it
August 2, 2020
Status: c48.1
A real review for anyone interested in what the book is really about, rather than the misleading 5 star reviews!

Written by a r*pe victim.

This book is terrible, it honestly needs a R*pe tag and/or a R*pe Victim Becomes Lover tag because this is straight up abuse in all senses of the word. Physically, Psychologically and all the inbetween, the only tag that they did include was the Yandere tag which is true because the LI is a creepy possessive *sshole, and its extremely unhealthy.

If romanticised abuse... more>> and r*pe is your thing, go ahead and read it, but I found this disturbing, especially since too many people are calling the romance 'adorble and cute' when it's not, y'all need help.

I wouldn't have had such a problem with this book if it was adressed as being the abuse that it portrays but it was romanticised. I can read non-con just fine as long as it is presented as exactly that, not 'love and romance' so no I did not appreciate this book and it's an insult for anyone who has suffered abuse.

Don't make a fetish of my trauma. <<less
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dona rated it
February 22, 2019
Status: Completed
Honestly, it was OK. The beginning was really good, but later it got boring, mostly because of the MC. He was boring, bland, expressionless, quiet, shy, timid yeah you got it (the persona of an otaku). I wasn´t intrigued by anything he did. But obviously from the comments that type of personality is well liked here in NU. There was fighting, and friendship but felt like the author was just following a script. Nothing original. What I always hate are weak MC with no power. And thats what he is.... more>> Why I hate it? Because they need to depend on others to survive, that, or by luck. ML is a typical ML. Ending was wrapped in a very convenient way just for the sake of a happy ending. Still confused over how popular this novel is. <<less
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holizshit rated it
August 2, 2020
Status: c60.1
The review section is flourishing with 5-star ratings. However, I disagree. I have to shed some light here. Might be spoiler-ish.

The plot is messy, characters are boring, the way the novel was written was a mess. Not engaging at all.

MC is useless. He has no purpose for coming to ML's world, he's only there for the sake of existing. He has no power, has to get carried by ML, bland. Yes, let's say he did save ML at the beginning, but that's it. Later on, he becomes more and more... more>> useless so he just gets dragged around.

Meanwhile, ML is a f*cking rapist. He forced s*xual interc**rse on MC without his consent until MC was badly injured. Imagine being forced by a man whose strength way surpasses you over and over until you get ripped to shreds. He basically has no personality AT ALL, just that he loves MC and is overprotective yada yada.

Halfway through the story, I just couldn't continue reading anymore. This was mediocre. The concept itself is unique with the eight bloodlines thing. However, the execution was ter-ri-ble. Sigh. Seeing so many 5-star reviews, I thought this novel might be amazing. Well, it is indeed, amazingly bad. <<less
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ShanShan rated it
September 29, 2017
Status: Completed
Huhuhu even though this was a bit of a pain to read via MTL but when I finished it, I just wanted to cry QAQ

As the others have said, the ending was perfect. No loose ends, everything was properly explained. The plot was superb, there's lots of twist that will make you laugh and keep you hooked on the story.

If you haven't read this, you are missing out! Definitely give it a try and I'm sure you won't be disappointed. *-*
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foxymirage rated it
August 15, 2017
Status: Completed
If you're looking for a BL novel that has a unique premise with a twist, good plot development, great humor and mutually exclusive loving couple... look no further. This is definitely a must read for all BL lovers out there. It has been so long since I ended a novel with a satisfied heart. It's amazingly good for a novel that only has 95 chapters! Best of all, it doesn't have pointless misunderstanding and dramas! There's too many moments that I love and nothing can justify the scene with... more>> my meager words... Go ahead and take the journey yourself to experience all these amazing feelings. You're gonna regret if you pass this gem up! <<less
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Ease rated it
August 14, 2017
Status: c20.2
I love this novel! The writing style is very hilarious. The MC's monologues are laugh-inducing, blaming the Doujinshi (his life-long companion), the hearing aids (that always going on strike), the plotlines (that deviate from the original) and etc when the events that occur goes wrong (because he took over the harem members' role XP). I also love how the MC's expectation is so high for the protagonist but the protagonist just goes his own way without a care for the world. I have great expectation for this novel yay!

I... more>> want to thank the translator for translating this story! Recently, there are many BL being translated. It's truly a bless for us fujoshi haha. <<less
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Illisaide rated it
May 15, 2019
Status: c96
It starts out really well. And yeah, it has one of the best and most unique endings I've ever seen.

Besides that, however, I don't find much enjoyment here. The storyline is trite and cliche, the feelings either show out of nowhere or from illogical "misunderstandings, " it treats women as less than human, glosses over world building, heavily relies on Deus ex machinas, has minimal character development, and contains some of the most unreasonable presentations of Stockholm Syndrome that I've ever seen! A third of the thing is smut! Dubiously... more>> consensual smut at that. Actually, I would straight up classify the first s*xual encounter as 'rape' because it happened due to our protagonist fearing for his own well-being.

I had to straight up force myself to finish the story after the mid-twentieth something chapter. I don't really regret reading it to the end, because, well, the ending was nice (and earned an extra ⭐️ from me) But I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

TBH, I don't get why people like this so much. Or why so many people recommend it for people who are tentative about BL light novel exploration. Those who do so are very mean. Yes, it very much satisfies a niche, but is NOT representative of the genre. Much like how "Boku no Pico" is not representative of yaoi anime (or just anime in general). I cannot express how much I despise trolls who rec stuff like this to new people. <<less
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Serena12195 rated it
August 24, 2017
Status: c11.2
I like writing reviews for novels that really stand out to me. The reader (one of the main characters) is someone with a very special personality. He has a great deal of trouble expressing his emotions but he really loves (though not the right kind of love, yet) and idolizes the protagonist. The protagonist on the other hand is currently hating on the world because of the s*upidity of the people he once considered friends and comrades. This story is funny, has great room for development, and keeps you hooked... more>> waiting for the next chapter. The translator is awesome too because they are updating basically daily and they are also including images to further give us an idea of what is happening in the story. Definitely recommend this story. <<less
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leva rated it
March 11, 2018
Status: c91.3
A hilarious YY novel turned BL. If you're not familiar with the term, imagine the standard trope of cultivation genius, a harem full of girls, and villains to faceslap. Except because of MC, the author turned the story down the dark path full of betrayals. MC is transported into the novel with only one ability; he gets restored back to his initial state each midnight.

I'll be honest and say behind the truly funny writing, this novel is heart-wrenching and liable to make you cry. At a glance it seems like... more>> one of those Japanese webnovel about entering an otome game, but

    • MC hasn't finished reading the story. His omniscience stopped where he last read the webnovel, and the longer he stayed the more things change.
    • He tried so hard to change ML (protag of the novel) 's fate because of his guilt over the author twisting ML's fate, sticking up for ML every single time, giving him everything. But with his poker face and social awkwardness it kinda backfired and made him seem distant and out-of-this-world for ML, causing more mental issues later on.
    • He already got peeks of a future where ML destroyed the world because he lost someone. Foreboding continues throughout the story.
    • The development of his relationship with ML will make you cry. And you'll feel the same guilt as him for ML's turning black. And when you get over that, another bomb is dropped....
    • The smut is hot ofc what are you expecting??
    • Really, really neat wrapping up of loose ends. This is far more than I can say for lots, lots, lots of random transport-to-another-world novels.
Overall an excellent read. Props to translation team, thank you guys for this gem, this highlight of my day. <<less
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YukiChan801 rated it
August 23, 2017
Status: c11.1
I found this story after reading the other translation this translator did before dropping it for another translator! I was so happy that I found this story because it's really good! Even though it's just the beginning I can already see how great the plot is and it's not totally serious or total drama but actually has lots of comedy! I really love the MC and ML as well as how they both act towards each other so far! XD

I know it'll keep getting better as it goes on and... more>> I can't wait to read more chapters of this! Also the translator is awesome and actually spoils us with a half chapter everyday which in my opinion is very awesome!! I would definitely recommend this!!!! \ (&Gt;w<) / <<less
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QueenShiro rated it
March 14, 2018
Status: c92.1
This one deserves 5 stars for me. Why? It's good. Had a good plot. You will never get bored. And had smexy scene (insert nosebleeding emoji here).

I love DuZe and Xiu's character. They were perfect for each other. Du ze being a silly one and Xiu being so clingy and possessive they were just ughhh (insert fangirl scream here).
Overall it was VERY good.

That's my review as a rotten one.
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Sephiroth_Naruto_Shinra rated it
August 21, 2017
Status: c9.2
I really like this story and I am definitely grateful to the translator for having so much dedication in translating this story. I mean, as much I can read a bit of Chinese, the translator's English translations had made it so much more easier to understand what was happening. Plus, BC Novels puts up great picture accompaniments to the chapters which makes this Novel all the more better to read.

To the translator, please keep up the good work and I do hope good fortune comes in your way since you're... more>> even willing to share to the English world this great story.

Thank you and God bless! <<less
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Layka rated it
January 14, 2018
Status: Completed
I joined NU just to post this.

This is the one CN BL novel that I really love. The protagonist, Xiu, is so sexy and dreamy while the reader, Du Ze, is very cute and lovable. The story is actually really funny!

The characters are the best part though the plot is also interesting. I was surprised by some of the minor plot twists throughout the story. The ending is great. I only read mtl but I was very satisfied with what happened in the end and the various revelations which made... more>> sense and were foreshadowed before they happened.

The translation is super fast, with daily updates. There are errors here and there (mostly typos) but they are quickly fixed when someone points them out. <<less
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niconico100 rated it
November 4, 2017
Status: c48.2
This is the first yaoi novel I've read. At first I was a bit hesitant to read it since I'm only half-fujoushi (haha XD) and I only read yaoi in manga, but booooy am I wrong! This is a must read!

So far no sexy moment has appeared yet and all seems innocent, but don't let that fool you... the protagonist, Xue, thinks otherwise. His possessiveness and love for Du Ze got me excited and it has a good reason behind it too. There's no rush and I just love... more>> how things are at normal pace, not fast but not slow either.

So don't be like me and dive in right away XD <<less
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veihakase rated it
August 16, 2017
Status: --
Sooo I just happened to read this because one of the translators I followed translated this (BC Novels). Putting it aside that this one has a manhua (which is not translated but is worth to see), the novel itself is actually pretty good for me. This is one of the novels that has a relatable MC since he didn't actually gain an oh-so-OP characterization except for some things (*wink), you'll know once you've read it. I also enjoyed the 4th wall breaks between the author and the MC (it's like... more>> a transmigration-ception kind of thing wherein the reader as himself is transported to the novel world and the author somehow reacts on every situation our MC is in as well as the ML). The ML also has interesting background and I'm definitely looking forward to this and how he'll be with our MC. It's interesting and enjoyable. I think it's worth your time ;) <<less
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P2wo rated it
January 2, 2023
Status: --
Why exactly does this book have so many 5 star reviews? MC is so bland, so freaking bland like a pizza without cheese, crust, sauce, toppings... oops. Yeah, he is exactly that bland. And ML. Oh god, the ML. He is a f*cking rapist.

Normally, the tag "rape" alone makes me never touch the book. And this novel didn't have r*pe tag when I read it. r*pe should be condemned. It should never be romanticized. Do you know what happens in one chapter? MC gets so r*ped that he nearly dies.... more>> He gets r*ped by ML when he's in his f*cking dragon-human form with two dicks, and blood pours out of MC like a river, mate. Yup. Do you still think this book is worthy of 5 stars? Oh I can already see some fujhosis already forgetting about the r*pe thing and getting excited over the two dicks. Get some help. You're sick. <<less
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