Not-Sew-Wicked Stepmom

Alt title: Gyemoinde, Ttari Neomu Gwiyeowo

Ch: 106+
2021 - ?
4.114 out of 5 from 1,991 votes
Rank #1,701
Not-Sew-Wicked Stepmom

Fairytale stepmothers are notoriously wicked. But after a children’s clothing designer is reborn as young Princess Blanche’s stepmom, she’s determined to break the mold and shower her daughter with love. Now she just has to convince the girl’s cold-hearted father to do the same. In her quest to make a happier home for Blanche, Abigail begins to uncover secrets and schemes within the palace. Will devious forces tear the Freidkins apart, or can Abigail stitch them back into a family?

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A modern take on the Cinderella story, I'm Only A Stepmother, But My Daughter Is Just So Cute could be considered the alternative to Who Made Me A Princess in terms of the relationship between the daughter and the mother. Our female lead reincarnates into this world where her body formerly abused and neglected the crown princess out of envy for her beauty. She decides to rectify this mistake by slowly earning the trust of the people in the palace, as well as doting on the daughter and convincing the male lead to follow suit. There's plenty of comedy here to be found as well as family fluff that doesn't seem too forced or one-sided for any of the characters. The art style is well done and the details for items were worked on by someone who clearly knows what they were doing - dresses were rendered in styles that were realistic, character design and coloring were beautifully made and further enveloped the reader in the world envisioned by the author. More than anything, I enjoyed the male lead's predicament and his openness to the female lead. He's not emotionally distant, well not on purpose, and they take time to explore why this happened and how his behavior shaped him as a character and as a husband. I'm not going to say more about it but the cause for this is something that I rarely see in this genre so I'm quite happy that the manhwa touched upon this issue. They handled it okay, without burdening or pitying the characters involved, which I appreciated a lot. Should you read this? Yes, definitely. I laughed and I cried and I felt alive, especially with how the author shows the relationships between three equally complicated people who just want to feel loved. Very nice, definitely a guilty favorite of mine in this genre. 10/10 will read again for sure.

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