Akuyaku Reijou wa Kiraware Kizoku ni Koi wo suru

Alt title: The Villainess Falls for the Notorious Noble

Vol: 3+; Ch: 17+
2020 - ?
3.788 out of 5 from 281 votes
Rank #12,681
Akuyaku Reijou wa Kiraware Kizoku ni Koi wo suru

Aikawa Eri dies in a traffic accident after staying up all night playing an otome game. She reincarnates as Eris, the villainess of her favorite game. In order to avoid the bad end, she tries her best to change the story, but as expected, it’s hard to rewrite fate… She is abandoned by the prince. Even more, her life almost ends when she is attacked by a gang of thugs, but a young man appears... Will the antisocial prince change her destiny? This is the reincarnated villainess’s rebirth romance fantasy!

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This is another isekai where our protagonist gets delivered into the body of an otome game’s villainess courtesy of Truck-chan. The manga begins at the game’s start, but quickly fast-forwards three years to the game’s end where, despite our MC being nice and making connections, her engagement to the crown prince is annulled so he can go off with the heroine. Despite this making no sense, everyone else treats it as a perfectly acceptable thing to do and looks at our MC with scorn. Then, her former fiancé, the crown prince, sends a bunch of bandits after her, who attack her carriage and are surprised when a man springs from a carriage to save her, even though the carriage was in-view not even 20 feet away. Of course, this man is our love interest, and just so happens to be the fourth prince, the ex-fiancé’s brother. He is also equally scorned by his peers for… rumors of political maneuvering? Despite being a part of the royal family and a walking connection, there’s not a single person willing to take advantage, really? Honestly, the writing in this manga is poor and doesn’t make a whole lot of sense. Everyone knows what happened, yet scorns the MC anyway, it’s really just bizarre. Either write in a misunderstanding, which could’ve easily been accomplish by having the crown prince spread vicious rumors, or have our hero and heroine actually do something worth scorning and use their meeting and subsequent romance as a form of rehabilitation into respectable people. One last note, even if you are looking for a cute romance, this ain’t it. It’s a teenage girl’s fantasy – I’m being unfairly persecuted, extremely handsome guy saves me and subsequently makes aggressive romantic pursuits towards me, despite my overt resistance, and it’s all topped off with all the other tropes – arbitrary misunderstandings, contrived conflicts, and unnecessary rivals. The art is above average though.

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