Ordinary office worker Oohashi Rei wakes up in the body of the protagonist of her favorite otome game, Revolution. To her delight, the first person to greet her is also her favorite character, Claire Francois–the main antagonist of the story! Now, Rei is determined to romance Claire instead of the game’s male leads. But how will her villainous lady love react to this new courtship?!
Source: Seven Seas
Frankly, this is bad. I wish people would stop hyping it up cause it's gay. The writing style is bad, just mostly info dumping at random times, and the worldbuilding is practically nonexistent but the character insists on talking about it. The relationship I will say had a nice natural progression but it was completely ruined for me by... random incest plotline!!! (Not the main characters but an important side character.) That wasn't discouraged in any way, in a teen novel... I wish I hadn't wasted my time on this.
Honestly one of the best Otome game isekai i have read. It has a catching hook in the begining making the protag lesb and the main characters instead of being the Villainess Like most manga/LN. The story progresses slowly but when it hits its climax its good. I think that the ending of the first volume is a bit luckluster. It doesnt have a gut punching ending like the series. A series of betrayal and trust makes this series incredible. sudtle hints of betrayal are present but you dont feel. also the Love story is top notch.
One of the best love stories i ever read. The first volume is primarily foreboding and describes how Rae is getting closer to her love interest Claire. The second volume is sadly less good structured, has more logical errors (e.g. drinking mana potion and reverse time for the potion shouldn't lead to infinite mana) and many of the situations are resolved a little too convienient. In the same way it's stimulating the emotions less - at least for me. But it's still a good continuation for the love story of Rae. Edit after reading Volume 4: The story gets more and more convoluted. It's more like a failed try of making a love story into somethin "grander". Edit after reading Volume 5: The author was way to eager to create a "in reality it wasn't another world but earth" twist. Would have instantly quit with the chapter about the truth of the world - way too much bullshitting I wished they would'nt have bothered after Volume 1 oder 2. I let my rating on the previous level but if i would rate it now, it would definitly be more average.
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