The price for a love that should not be paid was terrible ruin. Sierra prays that she has lost everything she treasured. 'Please, let me make a different choice this time.' Time rewinds like that, and Sierra is once again faced with a choice. The time she returned was just one night spent with the one she loved. In their womb, there was a child they had coldly erased from the past before the return. Can't be with him because the relationship with him in the past was full of despair. But the child who was the fruit of love, I wanted to save this time. 'I want to leave only one trace that he left behind.' So, eight years after Sierra disappeared from the islands. The love she had to leave has returned once again.
I think the story of this manhwa is much more serious than what I usuallly read but I think that so far this has been really good. It's really deep and there are really emotional parts. I also think the story moves at a good pace, it doesn't stay at one point for forever and ever. The art is also super amazing. They way the artist draws all the charcters is amazing. Sierra is beautiful and her hair is so flowly and graceful. Blanche is adorable, and Claude is pretty adorable and handsome. I recommend this manhwa for people that like more serious and realistic stories, but even if you like more light-hearted stories, this one's still good :)
Not my usual type of manga tbh - it seems a little too realistic in terms of story and characters. The story is more serious than what I'm accustomed too as well and I'm not entirely sure how to feel about it. The FL falls in love with an ML and it results in an untimely tragedy for both of them due to their circumstances. She reincarnates to a time before everything happens and decides that she can't have the same thing happen again. Pregnant and poor, she runs away and decides to live in secrecy to avoid the bad end that destroys everything she loves. Since I've read only up to Chapter 4, I can't really say if this is good or bad. One thing is for sure - the art is BALLIN. It's a little more realistic and I feel like the artist for this has more experience in creating realistic art rather than manga-esque art but it works out in the end. Reviewed at Chapter 4.