This tag should be used when the protagonist is no longer living, this usually means that the protagonist is telling the story as a ghost. The tag should not be used if the protagonist dies during the story.
By the powers of the Silver Dragon, I was swept into the novel The Hero's Birth as Roselle, the maiden who guarded the Holy Sword. It was then that I met the hero Noark Arthur Blaze and we were eventually wed... but I had never opened my heart to him. I never believed that he truly loved me for me and not because I was the "heroine" of the novel. Then one day, he died without ever knowing my real feelings for him.... more>>
This time... this time I will make things right. For the man I loved, I will use the wish the Silver Dragon granted me to take me back to the time we first met. My love, I will make you the happiest hero in the world so stop avoiding me please!
The most precious things in the world are priceless. Ordinary men tend to turn a blind eye to this fact. Apart from the treasured air,... more>> sunlight, and familial love, there is still one more thing that’s extremely valuable. It’s right beside you and can be easily obtained.
Her position is high as the empress, but her life is worth that of an ant. She was given the cold shoulder by the emperor. On their wedding night, he cruelly told her, “You are a disgrace!”... more>>
His side consorts aggressively harm her, but he did not distinguish the right and the wrong. He punishes her heartlessly, stabbing her in the chest, almost taking her life. But she merely laughs, enduring everything. She calculates every step she takes, the fiery urge for revenge within her softening him like poison, compelling him to drink more, to quench his thirst even though it is detrimental to him.
When he wholeheartedly gave his heart to her, putting it all in her hand while saying, “Yue Er, no matter how many women I have, the only woman in my heart is you.” She gave him a cruel smile, “Thank you, but you are not in mine.”
“In this lifetime, I will definitely obtain your heart.”