Liandro was stricken with a hideous curse at a young age, shunned by his family and rejected by the only people he ever loved. As the supporting character in a novel, he’s doomed to a role of misery and loneliness. That is, until a sympathetic reader is suddenly transported into this fictional world as his lowly maid, determined to change his fate! Can Evelina break Liandro free of his wretched destiny and help him find true love after all?
Started all nice and fluffy and enjoyable, now currently, at the time of reading when only 38 chapters were available, it just has been going downhill without stopping, along with the enjoyability. *Spoiling complaint:*The MC lass has become an idiot, not wanting things to deviate from the novel she read before getting isekai'd, but her reincarnating in the first fucking place was so that she can help Alejandro and change the goddamn plot of the novel. An utter moron.
I have three things to say and three things only. The female lead, Ibelina, is way too dense, and in my opinion, makes the dumbest choices. No seriously, how can someone be so stupid? She infuriates me. Both protagonists do. The male lead, Alejandro, has a cringe personality which only gets even more cringe as the story progresses. Some people may pass his personality as possessive, it's not. He just gets jealous over the most idiotic reasons, Ibelina can't even speak to the opposite gender without Alejandro exploding (and making a cringe reaction). There is an exssessive use of corny and cringe expressions. My body still can't stop shuddering. [I enjoyed the story in the beginning but alas, the three reasons above ruined everything. Everything would have been fine if their personalities hadn't come off so strongly and forced. The best part of this story is the art. I apologize if I offended/triggered anyone, but I am only stating my opinion and you can't scold me for that.]
I personally loved this story, the plot is well thought out and although some things, such as Alejando's growth, are unreasonable, everything is well put together and has a nice plot. The art is simply beautiful and the characters are well fleshed out and have lots of character. It's clear that the author has put a lot of thought into the interactions and the thought processes of the characters. While some may argue Ibee may be dense or "dumb", I believe she isn't because it's hard to take in the facts when you're living in a scenario.
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