When My Wife Cheated On Me, I Went Back To My College Days! I’m A Sparkling Adolescent, Irresistible With My Married Life Experience! And Yet Somehow, My Young Wife Missed Me!


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I, Kanahisa Tokiwa, was cheated on by my wife and someone killed me. But when I woke up, time had returned to the day before my college entrance ceremony.

So I made up my mind. I decided that I would use my future knowledge and skills in my college life and show them to the world in a bright and shining youth!
And I succeeded in getting off to a great start in my college life!

But I had forgotten.

But I forgot that my young wife was also in the same university, same grade, same department….

Will I be able to escape from the spell of my wife?

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Yome ni uwaki sa retara, daigaku jidai ni modotte kimashita! Kekkon seikatsu keiken o ikashite motemote no kirakira seishundesu!Nanoni wakai koro no yome ni nazeka natsuka rete shimaimashita!
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New Kines rated it
February 1, 2023
Status: c35
It feels so pointless in a bad way. Its not literally all bad n stuff and I get it, solving problems are fun (?). Personally though this feels kinda bad since the story premise is the dude going back in time and reliving (potentially) fixing his past mistake (marrying his wife?) but the longer this goes on it feels kinda wasted. He’s not using his special perks of future info to gain any upperhand, so much so that you’d think hes trying to life a slow life like in isekai.... more>> Nope. Hes still beefing with his wifes bf (lol) and at the same level too. Couldve hug some company stocks, do real estate, shiycoins, and more. But nahh lets just do whatever pontless stuffs till the giy came up along with ur wife then kinda have a stare down till ur wife breaks it off. And also, I get that hugging golden thigh and stuff is good but don’t you have some pride? If you are willing to hug the senpais leg why dont you actually try to make money??? And forgive me for this, if I remember correctly hes not even studying that hard. Just feel like hes back with no passion for anything whatsoever. He hates it when bad stuff happens even though he knows itd happen and how to prevent it. I really feel like the antagonist got more respectable willpower and ambition than the MC. He kinda deserves to be cucked with no 2nd chance. <<less
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Queen of Sheba rated it
November 4, 2022
Status: c24
Hmm. My knee-jerk reaction was 'NTR - disgusting, rate one star for the sake of all that is good in the world and leave this rubbish behind.' The synopsis however hinted at the MC redeeming himself, so I still gave it a shot. And oh my! MC's wife is an absolute monster. The worst type of person who can possibly exist in the world - a person who breaks anything she touches, and anyone who comes close to her gets scarred for life.

For me, this is a tale of MC... more>> trying to escape the orbit of his monster that is his 'wife-in-his-previous-life' and finally get the happy ending he deserves. To this end he surrounds himself with lovely people (most of them of course women). The ex-wife however, being the utter monster she is, doesn't show mercy, she does everything in her power to have MC fall to her charms again. From the looks of things, MC is balanced (not meek or submissive) but his obssession with his ex-wife is destroying him. For one, he still mentally calls her his wife... that alone is a nail to any chance of happiness.

If MC gets together with his horrible, horrible, ex-wife again in his second change then this is certainly a 1 star novel. Oh, why do I say MC's ex-wife is a monster? She's the type of women who sends her own bestfriend to prostitute herself so she can maintain her own 'pure, and innocent' image. As I said... monster in the worst way possible. <<less
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RealityMaker rated it
November 8, 2022
Status: c32
The only real strength of this story is the mystery behind why the main character's wife cheated on him in the first place. The main character being an unreliable narrator makes it interesting since his biases clearly hinder his recollections.

Too bad those are the only good things about this novel.

The writing itself is crude and pubescent -- you cannot go through any chapter without the mention of big breasts, asses, or virgin. With each chapter, the whole time travel and "NTR" serves to only make the MC as the "righteous... more>> protagonist" who does no wrong, and every woman he meets ends up being flat as cardboard, no matter how big the author tries to make their proportions be. <<less
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LongXi rated it
November 20, 2022
Status: c63
I think the author had a rough outline for the story but didn't know what to put in between, then after writing some chapters forgot what he wanted with the story. Then he retconned the ending of the season 1. Now, reading season 2 it kinda became needlessly dramatic, but bland at the same time. Also I think author of doesn't know what a real relationships looks like since this seems more like a shounen writer making a soap opera drama because it's what he on the tv. Nor does... more>> he know what the "composure of a married man" is.

Edit: So I just finished reading ending of season 2 and at this point, I'm dropping. The whole arc was a filler, and remember his conviction that he established at the very start of this novel that made us read in the first place, he set it aside in the end of first season and trampled on it on the end of second season. Yeah this might be a different universe he was from, but do you know what's not different? Ririse and Hagiri's relationship, just as MC got the got in his previous timeline, and FC loved him yet still cheated because of some bs reason she is a doll of NTR man, then tried to ask for forgiveness. That will just repeat in this timeline, and if author writes otherwise it wouldn't fall into place without feeling forced. He should've just stick to his original script where MC stirred clear of NTR girl and man. <<less
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M0J0 rated it
November 17, 2022
Status: c50
Okay, so reading in so far, I'll say this: it has SOME great moments, SOME good moments, and MORE bad moments. What do I mean by that? Well, I'll start with Bad.

The MC has some weird pride/ego of his past self regarding his "ex-wife" and what I mean by this is that he constantly treats this wife he meets in the new past as if she's the same one of the old future. Now, author has tried so hard to make this MC seem smart and in control of himself... more>> many times, but mostly the guy just starts petty and worthless drama whenever she comes around except for like, one chapter where he actually got along with her well.


They actually had really good chemistry in one/two chapters where they hung out, drank, and did lottery things together. Even the MC acknowledge that he would like to change the future regarding his "new" past wife. But of course, that all gets side swept as if never happend because author just feels like continuing drama for whatever reason to "keep readers interested." Seriously, what is the obsession of vengeance with JP, KR, and CN writers? Like, they even slept together on a couch at her house. Literally slept, not s*x. Yet somehow, the dude cannot comprehend nor understand he is living in what can be considered as an ENTIRELY DIFFERENT REALITY from his original one.


Like I get it, she did awful thing to you in a different timeline, but ultimately speaking that doesn't matter when you realize by the premise and concepts of this story that it technically -TECHNICALLY - never happened. So, simply put, the MC, although right to have his angers and frustrations on the ex- wife, completely fails to understand that the person he's dealing with is actually NOT his wife that he knows. ESPECIALLY considering all the changes and events that he had done that basically ensured that he's certainly not in the same timeline as before.

This honestly is what I consider to be the worst aspect of the story so far, but regarding the harem? Eh... not too bad actually. They have their own personalities in a sense but sometimes they'll act and behave all the same as of they're the same character. You know what I mean when you read the parts when they're all together. So far, they're just "friends" with the MC but there have been hints of romantic feelings from at least one of them at the very least so the harem aspect this story is only starting to begin with where I'm at.

For the most part, the story is still interesting but I just wish the author took a different route than the typical "revenge from the future" angle that honestly just doesn't make sense to me at this point considering everything being shown so far. At least when it comes to the "wife". As for the antagonist? No, MC is justifiable in that regard, especially when we learn of the shady sh*t the dude has been doing. <<less
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Somara rated it
November 24, 2022
Status: c62
So I'm only writing this after I saw the translator mentioning complaints on NU.


Translator already said, if you dislike it, stop reading.

... more>> In my case, I don't mind grammar errors. If something seems off with the translation, I can read it later in JP. (I can read JP, it just takes longer and I can't use a dictionary while I'm commuting, so I usually just read on my commute and check later if something seemed off at home.)


Some people complain about NTR and others don't like how the protag is getting back to the wife that cheated on him. So this is just speculation but I don't think she actually "cheated" on him looking at the current development.


It seems more likely that Hagiri had just r*ped her or forced her to do it. Maybe more precise reasons will be revealed later, since there is something going on between Hagiri and Ririse that Kanata doesn't know about. (Ch62). Recall that Ririse had offed herself after the act.

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November 28, 2022
Status: --
I really hate NTR to be fair I read doujins with that tag sometimes but I'm picky with it (I usually read where the guy that's getting NTR'D don't get a spotlight at the doujin since the guilt is gonna eat me up) I read Novels that had NTR as it's tag a couple times but it was mostly of revenge aka the b*tch/b*stard who NTR'd die a horrible death and the guy/girl that got NTR'D be happy the wife according to the other reviews didn't die a horrible... more>> death and even made the MC's life worse after the regression and the MC's obsession on his wife which I understand since you loved her half of your lifetime only to find out your wife is getting f*cked behind your back I personally probably fueled that "love" into "hatred" or even probably ignored her and focused on anything other than her (dating, vacation etc that's "fun") I'm still hesitating on reading it it's tempting but the NTR is really making me hesitate

I'll edit it after reading a bit of it and if not edited then I probably chickened out of reading the novel... sigh..I hate this kind of relationship problems which is absurd since there will always be problems at a romantic relationship maybe that's why I hesitated on going into a relationship and maybe that's why I like reading novels since there's always a "perfect" relationship in novels sorry author just ranting... (╥﹏╥) <<less
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