The Villainess's Days are Numbered! - Reviews

Alt titles: Happy Ending for the Time-Limited Villainess, Sihanbu Agnyeoui Happy Ending

The Villainess's Days are Numbered!
getou's avatar
Apr 6, 2021

A fun read, if you've read any isekai mahwa you've read this manhwa, it offers nothing new story wise but it's a decent pass time except for the "original host bought and tortured slaves bc she was lonely"  bit of turn off to say the least 😒

5/10 story
7/10 art
7/10 characters
4/10 overall
Aniuwu's avatar
Apr 21, 2021

The story isn't really different from other webtoons but the female leads body is weak. She's about the die all the time. It's funny at the beginning then it gets old. It goes pretty fast he accepts to marry her but the fact that she can return in 6 months is why I feel like the story is boring.

The art is weird 2 characters look the same. The ML and the slave which might be the second lead. It's just confusing I had to drop.

4/10 story
3/10 art
6/10 characters
4.5/10 overall
ImRandomJean's avatar
Apr 1, 2021

Thought it was a reverse “Death Is The Only Ending For The Villainess” since the cover is kinda similar and the name too (I called it “Happiness Is The Only Ending For The Time-Limited Villainess” at some point) but no.. it’s not the same at all.

It’s funny, there are game-like features in the webtoon and it’s not about revenge, survival or anything like that. More like: leisure life in the husband’s house with some difficulties but often they are fun. And the romance starts very quickly too.


Nothing special for now.

5/10 story
5/10 art
5/10 characters
5.5/10 overall
machiabeeli's avatar
Sep 7, 2021

The spiciest aspect this manhwa has to offer the genre are the conditions imposed on the female lead. She reincarnates into the infamous villainess but she has health that gets reduced every time she takes a step. Like a literal step. 

To surpass her unfortunate beginning, she needs to get married to Marquess for 6 months after which she can return to her actual world. She succeeds, much to the chagrin of those around her, and proceeds to figure out the cause of death of the villainess.

A unique concept that was tarnished a little bit by the art for the first few chapters. I almost dropped it because the proportions were ridiculous for me and it got better only around the 25th chapter. It is a little humorous and the romance proceeds quite fast, with no one skirting around the main issue. I found it funny that blushing and feeling excited with each kiss is literally killing the female lead.

The dynamic between the ML and FL is quite good and filled with respect for both parties, even if they started off at the rockiest start imaginable. It's a little too good and they glossed over some of the important aspects but you know what? It doesn't ruin the flow of the story so we're good on that end.

Should you read it? If you're into a more humorous female lead with some plot and excitement, go for it!

Reviewed at Chapter 44.

5/10 story
4/10 art
5/10 characters
6/10 overall
Iyashi's avatar
Nov 1, 2021

Where is the comedy tag? It's full of it, tho?..

There are far too many ridiculous restrictions on her for the sake of "comedy". It was funny at first, but now it's like half of the plot is about her ridiculously extreme weakness and the aftermath of it and simply delays the story without adding anything more to it.

Because of it, even after 20 chapters you still know almost nothing about her or the rest of the main and side characters or the world.

But, next to all that comedial drama 'bout her weakness, there is a little bit of background information and it's slowly opening a path for a story.

6/10 story
?/10 art
5/10 characters
6/10 overall