17 years after her own reincarnation, Adelaide hears that a dimensional traveler has suddenly arrived at the imperial palace. Just the jolt of excitement my boring life needed, she thought! Attending the debutant ball to meet this new Susanne, Adelaide ends up making a deal with the handsome duke Felix: become his “fake” fiancée so he can keep the gold-digging Susanne away from him! As Felix warms to his companion, can Adelaide win this battle for his heart?
Highly recommended if you're insterested in this kind of Royal and Ancient kingdom anime & novel. This story needs more attention than it is. Sure the storyline and the background seems somewhat awfully familiar and kind of predictable: Two main protagonists, a powerful Duke, handsome rich talented man, the perfect bachelor,... and a Lady of some noble family ended up together in the end. Elements are not quite different in this type of story, but trust me, there're more to meet the eyes. If you like 'The Abandonned Empress', 'Doctor Elise' or 'The Reason Why Raeliana Ended up at the Duke's Mansion', you will probably like 'Adelaide' too. 'Adelaide' is about a normal daughter of the countryside Duke, living peacefully in her small town, no desires for aiming something higher. She's indeed a young designer coming from modern Korean, died in a car crash and got reincarnated again in a strange world. At her 17th, she decided to attend the Débutance ball held at the capital city because she heard about somebody may be a time-dimension traveler like her has appeared. Out of pure curiousity she hoped to meet someone that shares her circumstances, but it turned out that this woman had no good intentions, she was scheming something dark and aiming for the Duchess seat... Adelaide and the Duke - Felix Elias met at the party, among with the Crown Prince, two of them eded up asking her a favor: to pretend to be Felix's financée and help them dealing with that trouble woman. Soon they formed an alliance and started their plan, but is it really just a fake play, no love? The characters personality are well-described, suitable amount of protagonists, each has their own way unique of charm and aura, you can easily recongnize them in the story not just base on the appearances, even the sidekicks are interesting instead of making them as a sacrisfation to brighten the main's role. Adelaide is a strong, smart indipendent girl who can manage her own things, both in works as well as in love. She don't need a hero to save the day, she's the hero of her very own. On the other hand Felix seems to be a timid, quite, calm man with proper behavior, but he's really cute when he was teased due to his pure mind. Despite some problems with woman in the past, he find himself developing actual feelings towards Adele although knowing it's all an act, hers the same. A love quitely blooms by the time they're together. I absolutely love this story, by far it's one of the best in the gerne that I've ever read.
Adelaide used to be one of my favorites but the recent chapters had me contemplating. Characters. Duke- he does not exert the power if his title (Duke) for most of the time unless they conveniently need it. Nothing about his character sticks out and I rarely see his name being used so I ended up calling him "Duke" as well minus the demeanor and influence of one is supposed to have. Adelaide- for the most part I love her but the author seems to have forgotten that she was originally from another world so this part of her just became as a way for Adel to enter the stage (being curious about the black haired lady and all that jazz) Susan (Villain)- as her tricks are so easy to figure out she just became a nusiance, she's unnecessary. Although sadly for the Duke, Susan stood out more for me than him. Story Don't know where the author wanted the story to go at first and till this day I still don't. The thing about their engagement was dragged too long that you will start to lose favor of Adel. Art It's amazing, love the colors
Thoughts on Adelaide I had high hopes for this webtoon but it turned out to be such a disappointment. The dialogues sometimes felt like it was written by a twelve year old. There were plot holes the size of a crater that I got so annoyed with I didn’t even finish it despite only having 8 chapters left. Giving it a rating of 4 is me being generous. If I compare this to Light and Shadow which is a masterpiece, I would’ve given this a rating of 2. I didn’t like any of the characters since they were not well written. It’s hard to root for anyone since everyone is so 1 dimensional. I don’t recommend this to anyone.
There is no discussion yet for this series.
There are no custom lists yet for this series.