As he was being defeated, the Demon King used the last of his strength to curse Sir Roel, the legendary captain of the Holy Knights, into the body of a weak girl. Roel — who was a woman to begin with! — tired of her former life and unable to return to her original body, decides to live a luxurious life as Sila Epheria, the noble daughter whose soul got swapped with hers. Things don't go according to plan when her new family puts her in danger, forcing her to find a way to prove her true identity... Will Roel/Sila be able to live a quiet life as she wishes? Or is there something more to the new life she's received?
With his impending defeat the Demon King tried one last thing to win his battle against the Holy Knight Sir Roel... he used the last of his mana to curse Sir Roel into the body of a weak girl named Sila. Problem? Sir Roel was already female! Tired of her life as a Holy Knight, and unable to return to her original body, she decides to live a life of luxury as Sila Epheria. Problem? Her step-mother is out to kill her, while her father couldn't care less, forcing Sila to find a way to prove her identity as Sir Roel. Will she ever be able to live the quiet life she wishes? Will her step-mother succeed in her plots to end her? Or, will she be forced to join with the Holy Knights once more? So... I'm smack dab in the middle of a manhwa spurt and cannot seem to stop reading them lol. I stumbled upon this manhwa and it's been making me laugh and snicker and aww and I'm just have a blast! I still have to wait for the last few chapters to be translated into English to find out how this series ends, but I'm massively shipping Sila/Roel with Julius! They are perfect for each other! x'D I love how dense and clueless both of them come off and how possessive they both are, but totally unaware! Definitely a fun series to read and one I'd recommend!
It’s a shame and a pity I can’t give more than 5 stars as a rating, because this is above and beyond as far as webtoons go. From character development that makes you attached to the characters, to plot twists that add depth to the world and storyline; from art that’s drawn beautifully to scenes that make you squeal like a fangirl: this has Got It. Diverging from stereotypical gender roles, we have a strong, independent woman who is casual about gender roles as she played the part as a man for quite a long time- and the main love interest who is a sweetheart and is the furthest thing from chauvinistic there is. It’s a great romance, and I love the both of them dearly. Social norms and expectations are strict in the classist system in this time period- but the both of them very much so disregard those standards. I honestly ship them so much it hurts. The entire thing isn’t romance, of course, there is drama. There is mystery. There is even a bit of political intrigue, though it’s low-level and casually presented due to the personality of the main characters. I would recommend it to anyone, really.
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