Istina was just an ordinary high school girl until she got struck by lightning. Upon opening her eyes, she realizes that she has woken up inside her favorite novel. At first, she’s ecstatic that she’ll get to meet her favorite character, Laon, but her excitement quickly dies down when she gets a look at her reflection in a mirror. The beautiful little girl looking back at her, with red hair and purple eyes, is the bully who torments Laon relentlessly and makes his childhood a living hell. But mending her relationship with Laon isn’t the only thing Istina has to worry about. Laon is fated to die while protecting the female lead, but Istina isn’t about to let that happen, even if it means that she’ll have to get her hands dirty. Will Istina be able to tame the prickly swordmaster and change his ending at the same time?
Witness the story of a grown woman who's inhabited the child body of a villainous woman who's tortured and belittled her favorite character. Now, knowing this and all th evil deeds that have been already put into effect, the fl tries to right her wrongs. How, you ask? By giving the tortured ml time and space to heal? By apologizing? By doing what literally any grown woman in the body of a child would do that could slowley yet surely mend a broken relationship? No. Instead, she, and I quote, am "Gonna squeeze myself into your life no matter what it takes. It's all because I love you!" Yes, I'm serious. She sidesteps all logic and forces her way into his life, which begins to further unnerve him, because in her previous life she was a super huge fangirl of his character. The way you can actually see the mls visible uncomfort when she's touching him without consent and invading his personal space is really sad, and whatever relationship they're going to have later on is even worse. The fl is an airhead who's supposedly a grown woman, she doesn't think before she acts. She's supposed to be the "dense airy but cute" archetype, but it comes off as endearing than it does charming. Everything she does sours her plans of "Getting roel to like me!" And the story revolves around that fact. Not reccomended at all. You're better off reading "When The Villainess Loves" because at least the fl there has a brain amongst her constant fangirling.
I mean. MC is a ditsy, obsessive stalker. ML is a cold guy who the MC isn't even all that clear about why she loves/stans him so much besides her past fandom. All the side characters hate MC based on her past and rumors despite her being chill and all bark and no bite for years after transmigration. The art is not very good at all. The story is kind of boring. It's still readable, if only barely. Like, I could sit here all day insulting it but when it comes down to it, I still am curious what happens next at the end of each chapter which is more than you can say for a lot of bad webcomics so it would get an average 5 from me for that alone except for what happens later on... I can't spoil it because that would be unfair. But let's just say certain characters don't understand the concept of consent or boundaries.
I tried to like this story I really did the art was okay not the best but you can tell it was getting better the more chapters you read but the main character was painful I was expecting her to get better maybe to mellow out some but plain and simple she's annoying. I got to the chapter where she meets the 2nd female villainous and it was just awkward the MC just acts like a really creepy overly stalkerish fan girl and it really becomes grating after a while. If you like more childish MC's then this is the story for you but if you want to see personal growth of your MC then I recommend something else.
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