Adopted from a poor, rural orphanage by a wealthy duke, Naviah Agnus wanted nothing but to win her new father’s heart. Despite her best efforts, the calculating Duke only sees Naviah as a pawn, a mere stand-in for his terminally ill daughter Vivian, who was set to marry the crown prince. But when Vivian miraculously recovers, Naviah is pushed aside and driven to her own death. When she wakes up, she is 8 years old again, but this time, Naviah is done playing nice. Can they ever really become family?
Even the trashy translations couldn't hide the quality of this work. Very similar to Solitary Lady (almost like a copy), but not quite on the same level, I think. Still, it's very good. But the characters here are better. At least they are more realistic. The "father" in Solitary Lady was pretty much just stupid and arrogant to the point that I can't take anything of him serious. His plots felt more like those of a 10-yo. The "father" in Can We Become a Family is way more cunning and calculating, that gives a lot more depth to the plots and make conversations more meaningful. Maybe it's just because of the translation quality, that I feel like this manhwa is a little bit worse than Solitary Lady. (There were a lot of errors like mistaking "woman" for "man", "he" for "she", "can" for "can't" and "do" for "don't" not to mention the tenses. In a lot of cases those mistakes were obvious, but in the cases that weren't obvious, the meaning of sentences/speech bubbles were often completely reversed.)
To keep it short• greatly similar with the untouchable lady• cunning female lead that only showed it after dying more than 7 times• a incredible trashy family• a lot of out smarting moments
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