Waking up inside your favorite novel sounds like a dream come true. Unless you’re born as the hated villainess, that is. Our new, full-fledged Louise Sweeny must try to reinvent her character to dodge her doomed fate of being killed off at the end of the story. It seemed easy enough at first, but there’s one big problem. The story, which she knew like the back of her hand, has veered so far off course that she can’t predict what plot twists are coming next. Can she avoid getting in the way of the male and female leads’ romance to save herself from impending demise?
So I read the original light novel, and then I decided to read this and I honestly don't know what I was expecting. I found them both to be utterly boring. It's just so unremarkable I don't even know what to say. The main problem is easy to pinpoint for anyone that's read this; Louis. She's just... so bland. If she where a spice, she'd be flour. And everyone else was SIMPing too hard. I don't think this story could have been more generic if it tried.
So far nothing new is added to the isekaid villainess trope. It has a shoujo manga feel to it while in the form of a manhwa.
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