I woke up inside my favorite novel, not as the protagonist, Luca Winterwald, but as Judith, his abusive aunt and the first character to die—time for a rewrite! I’ll hand Luca off to his loving, long-lost uncle as scripted, and then live my own life far from danger. At least, that was the plan. When his uncle arrives, Luca suddenly calls out, “Don’t leave!” Now, I must protect Luca from impending family tragedy, raise him to become the hero, and turn this villainess’s ending upside down!
I Will Make An Effort To Change The Genre starts off with the same premise - resurrecting into the body of a villainess who'll immediately meet their bad end due to their horrible personality. However, once she rectifies her behavior and expects to part ways with the novel's male lead, she gets drawn back into the world by the manhwa's male lead. So far, the plot hasn't picked up just yet but it's hinting towards a deeper, more convoluted storyline tempered by the politics of the kid's birth and the conditions that have befallen the dukedom. The female lead has suspicions that the story is progressing the normal way due to the male lead, who is performing much better than the original work hints. I think that this is something that makes the story leagues more interesting because of the uncertainty of her position as well as the passive-aggressive aura in the castle. The male lead is refreshing because he's dense but powerful. He may not be the stereotypical male lead, wherein he has charm he can wield as easily as if it was his sword, but how he realizes his budding feelings for the FL is a sight to behold. Yes, give us some of that sweet sweet slowburn. Show us what it's like to fall in love without realizing the depth of your affections. Review created - up to Chapter 36.
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