In order to receive love from her father, Keira tried her hardest to live the life of a perfect, submissive daughter. However one day, Cosette appears claiming to be his real daughter and Kiera is executed under the assumption that she is a fake. In the last moments of her life, Cosette whispers to Kiera “Truthfully, you were the real one.” Kiera, recalling those words, returns to the past. Although revenge is important, what does it matter who is fake and who is real? Now that I have been given a life again, I will live it freely for myself!
I just love all the stories, characters, and the arts. I was read this just for wasting my time, but after i 6 chapter, it's become addictive. Its hurt to see the Heroine suffer for her entire life just for pleasing his dad. I hope it Will be a happy ending 🖤🖤🖤
I would read the first chapter and then skip to the sixth – you’ll be a little confused, but it’s better (to me) than having to rehash an entire history that gets wiped with a timeloop. There’s a lot to say about this manhwa, about the good art and the heroine changing her destiny- but it’s unfortunate. She’s a sheltered, spoiled, rich child with 0 social skills and the author does a very good job at making her an oblivious, foolish young teenage girl and showing her flaws. Easily scammed by a pretty man’s face and not really knowing what to do in most situations. It’s interesting to see her try to take charge of her life, after getting a second chance. But it’s really annoying to deal with the dramatic irony that makes you feel ‘wow, this main character is an idiot’ constantly. The magic subplot is interesting, and you want to find out more, but the author wastes a lot of time with frivolity. So, I would definitely say that overall, this is for younger teenage girls who aren’t picky readers. It’s not bad, but it doesn’t stand out very much. Definitely, you’re more likely to stay for the episodic comedy and cutesiness than plot.