Succumbing to long-simmering jealousy over her younger sister, noblewoman Violette snaps and does something terrible. As she languishes in prison, something unexpected happens: time is rewound, sending her back to the day she first met her sister! Armed with the memories of her disastrous first go-round, Violette is determined to take the script in a different direction this time.
Source: Seven Seas
Currently I'm liking the story but if the FL goes back with the prince I'll be really pissed. The reason is it shows the drive that the FL had was just fake. It also shows that the female lead is pretty shallow as she would get back with the person that she vowed to never love again. I'd rather prefer her to fall in love with her best friend he is definitely the best guy in the story I literally hate the prince at first he shows no intrest and the SECOND she shows no intrest back he shows intrest like what a fucking loser. Attention hogs are never good in any story so if she gets with the prince this story's rating for me will plummet.
Basically this manga is about a love triangle, reincarnation, fantasy and stuff. The art is amazing....even though i prefer colored manga, the standard art of this manga amazes me... I've read a few chapters and so far it has been interesting to watch and I hope that develops into a great story. If you are a sucker for reincarnation mangas this is worth the watch.
In the previous timeline (fe's reliving a year of feir life), Violette's actions were motivated by a desire to build femself up and led to fem being hated, but this time around fe's motivated by a desire to not draw any attention to femself and fe ends up being loved. The irony of vanity wanting everything but getting nothing and humility wanting nothing but getting everything. I enjoy seeing feir plans go awry (but in ways that technically benefit fem more). And the romantic developments are pretty adorable. There's also an interesting portayal of Maryjun's egalitarian values of not wanting to hold femself as higher than others because of feir noble status as being tonedeaf and immature. I appreciate that there seems to be some thought put behind these discussions of etiquette (though my personal views may differ). [Reviewed at chapter 12]
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