The seventh imperial princess, Evenrose, once died. Her last memory was of the royal family was destroyed by the Homunculus, the rebelling slaves, and of her sister who had sided with the rebels and urged her to escape her painful execution by swallowing poison. But when she opened her eyes again, "I...I'm not dead." She realizes that she had gone eight years back in time, back to a time before her cruel sister Bridgette was chosen as the next emperor. Given the opportunity to prevent the fall of the imperial family by being chosen as the next emperor herself, she decides to write her own article about Michael, the king of Homunculus and the monster of public prison, in order to win the emperor's heart. "I need you, Michael. Very badly." Will Evenrose be able to get him and protect the imperial family safely?
The way he looks at her is the way I think we all want to be looked at by our partner. He loves her so much he that he sacrificed everything he had just for her to be okay. But I freaking hate her sister (trashta 2.0)
Lmao I honestly don't get the plot. The ML a Homunculus (a race enslaved by the royal family) who, with his fellow Homunculi overthrows royals and becomes king he likes the FL because she's the only royal who opposed the inhuman treatment (enslavement) of the Homunculi. After her death, unbeknownst to her, the ML uses half of the magic stone to send her back in time and the first decision she makes is to make a plan to prevent ML from overthrowing the current regime??? I'm just here scratching my head like. Girl. Are you against slavery or not? Because so far it seems like it's all talk and actions speak louder than words. Hell, even the motive doesn't makes sense I could understand that she had a change of heart after being in danger of her life at the hands of the Homunculi bc she was a royal but No, she just wants to be the main candidate for the throne 🙃 and accomplish what exactly? Idk how to tell you this but the only way to overcome an oppressive system is to overthrow it. Sigh. Honestly, I'm so tired of reading 'slavery is ok' trope in isekai idk why I thought this would be different. Read this if you can filter out slavery and/or enjoy plots that pretend to be clever. Edit: once again I'm asking what does she intend to do when she's the queen or whatever does the author really expects readers to believe that the people who've profited off slavery would go "aw shucks if the queen says slavery is wrong and banned guess I'll just have to stop profiting off exploitation of an entire race :/" like I get that this was oriented towards a younger audience and the author wanted to write a reverse harem -esque isekai where everyone fawn over the brilliance of the MC and she's very oblivious about it but when you're going to incorporate slavery into your fantasy world building (btw why) you're going to have to put a little bit of thought into how you proceed with the element or else it'd make your protagonist look like a hypocrite and an idiot
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