Villainess in Love - Recommendations

Alt titles: Angnyeoui Namjunim, The Evil Lady's Hero

Villainess in Love

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The Destroyer fell in Love with Me

The Destroyer fell in Love with Me

Out of one mistake erupts an exciting and intense romance story! The day after finally paying off all of her student debts, Amelia wakes up to find that she has been teleported into a novel she loves… But as the daughter of a count who has the kind of debt that takes one’s whole life to pay off! She heads to a bar to drink away her sorrows, but ends up drunkenly spending the night with Duke Kyle, a man on the fast track to self-destruction. She tries to get away from the Duke and his notorious reputation… But will Amelia be able to change fate and give this love story a happy ending?

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E11echan E11echan says...

Our lovely FL accidentally sleeps with the ML. He then turns out to be super clingy and refuses to let her go. Classic.

jazzyjay1450 jazzyjay1450 says...

similar-ish, like one, will like the other. personally, I think villainess in love is better tho

Star17226 Star17226 says...

Both of the ML are super clingy and hot, Villainess in Love has a hotter romance but both have similar leads and quality humor.

lavyareddy lavyareddy says...

both have fl who went into a novel and accidentally had drunk sex with the ml before the story started who didn't want to end it there 

The First Night With the Duke

The First Night With the Duke

A handsome, selfish noble falls for a beautiful, kind commoner -- at least, that’s how the story’s supposed to go. When an average college student wakes up as Ripley, an extra in her favorite romance novel, she resolves to enjoy the luxuries of her character’s status while watching the novel's plot unfold from the sidelines. However, her plans are soon derailed when she finds herself in bed with no other than Duke Zeronis, the novel’s hero! Dodging the villainess’ schemes, the Duke’s advances, and her own feelings, can Ripley keep the story on track and survive beyond the first night?

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UnicornLight UnicornLight says...

Both heroines transmigrated into a character’s body that is not the main lead, and end up taking the male lead’s first night. They both try not to get involved with the stroryline buyback still end up changing it.

omakamochi omakamochi says...

Both female leads try to avoid the male leads at all costs but unfortunate events happen and they’re both wondering how they managed to get said male lead waking up by their side in bed with them. Now, as much as they don’t want to interfere with the plot of the story, they try to squirm out of the relationship they accidentally built up (and try to get the protag of the novel they’ve isekaid into to hook up with the ml, to no avail)

Beware the Villainess!

Beware the Villainess!

Sit back and take in this romantic tale of an angelic heroine and her devoted suitors as they vie for the depths of her love... or not. This story’s about to go through some edits! After an accident, a modern-day college student awakens as the story’s villainess, Melissa Foddebrat. She’s far from anyone’s favorite, but she IS the daughter of the duke. Determined to live it up, this new Melissa is doing things her way — antiquated society, be damned! All idiots, prepare to step aside or perish! 

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Sky333 Sky333 says...

In both mangs, the Fl crushes on the MC of the manga. 

AND SINCE THIS APPARENTLY WASN'T LONG ENOUGH I'M JUST GONNA WRITE RANDOM STUFF HERE CAUSE I'M TOO LAZY TO WRITE ACTUAL STUFF. 

keithashiyami keithashiyami says...

Both female MCs reincarnated as the villainesses who are crazily in love with the male leads. Their paths towards triumphing over the death route may be different, but the comedy they bring in the stories are both gold!

The Blood of Madam Giselle

The Blood of Madam Giselle

A rebellious spirit trapped in her marriage to a violent husband, Giselle leads a miserable life playing the role of a meek wife and lady. But one night, wandering her new home, Giselle discovers what seems to be a young boy trapped inside a cage. An inheritance from her husband’s eccentric father, the boy is considered a monster, an immortal “flower that feeds upon blood”. Despite her fear, Giselle begins to visit the boy nightly. Will these illicit meetings shatter life as she knows it?

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ryxm ryxm says...

Although the plot of the stories are different the MLs interactions with the FL are very similar. They are very dangerous men but around the FL they are very innocent and adorable, like puppies!! They both have some smut scenes mixed in with a steadily growing relationship between the love interests. Both are amazing manhwa that I highly recommend!! 

Urmomdontloveu Urmomdontloveu says...

plot-wise, not alike but the characters are kinda similar, and the dynamic of the fl and ml are basically mirrors of each other. Strong female lead and a hot puppy love type of male lead :D

Flirting with The Villain's Dad

Flirting with The Villain's Dad

Ack! I'm trapped in this webnovel, "Brigitte Wants to be Happy!" No prob, I KNOW what's gonna happen so I'll just—wait. I'm not Brigitte? I'm her aunt, Princess Yerenika?! Uh-oh. I'm stuck 20 years before the main plot... and everyone in my generation ends up tragically dead! Her parents, dead. Me, dead. Villain's dad, King Euredian, dead. A-ha! That's the key. I just need to prevent the villain from being born... time to break out some seduction schemes and flirt like my life depends on it!

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MinRei MinRei says...

both start off as being isekaid to a novel. they do everything in there might to avoid following the same plot but one mistake changes everything, they are now entangled with the ml and has to minimize damages by adjusting their plans.

both are full of fluff but do NOTE that SVF is an innocent fluff while ELH is more of a mature fluff.

In both stories the interaction between the lead charas are the highlight.

A Tender Heart: The Story of How I Became a Duke's Maid

A Tender Heart: The Story of How I Became a Duke's Maid

Liandro was stricken with a hideous curse at a young age, shunned by his family and rejected by the only people he ever loved. As the supporting character in a novel, he’s doomed to a role of misery and loneliness. That is, until a sympathetic reader is suddenly transported into this fictional world as his lowly maid, determined to change his fate! Can Evelina break Liandro free of his wretched destiny and help him find true love after all? 

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LuSleeps LuSleeps says...

Both about a girl who wake up in the world of a novel, though How I Became a Duke's Maid is a bit different in that she wakes up as a maid, not a noble, but they both have the woman "saving" the man from himself, and the male lead is destinded to be with the heroine but chooses the girl instead. Also both male leads are adorable.

What It Takes to be a Villainess

What It Takes to be a Villainess

With a broken heart, Hwayoung falls headfirst into the river by accident but wakes up as infamous villainess Satiana Altisee Kaylon. Coming to terms with her new life as sole daughter of House Kaylon, Satiana is soon chosen as a candidate for the next empress! In the palace full of schemers and liars, she must become a cold-blooded villainess to win her royal seat by the crown prince - or her new family will face grave danger! Will being perfectly evil really be enough? ‘Cause even villains need love! 

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SparklingLilac SparklingLilac says...

Not really similar plot wise but both female leads are villianesses with some sort of knowledge surrounding how the plot is meant to play out and were not originally meant to be the FL and even were the OG villianesses of their respective stories. Through the power of their newly changed personality they make the male lead totally head over heels for them. Both also have dark haired male leads.

This Villainess Wants a Divorce!

This Villainess Wants a Divorce!

We all hate the greedy villains hell-bent on sabotage. Enter Carnelia Easter, the awful secondary villainess of the romance I’m reading, who trapped the prince in marriage at the behest of the evil empress. I didn’t shed a tear when her head’s lopped off, but now I’m Carnelia! I gotta play this smart and convince him to divorce me instead! Still, between the prince, the empress, the heroine, the second prince, my terrible health... this story’s getting unpredictable. Will I survive after all?

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SparklingLilac SparklingLilac says...

Not really similar plot wise but both female leads are villianesses with some sort of knowledge surrounding how the plot is meant to play out and were not originally meant to be the FL and even were the OG villianesses of their respective stories. Through the power of their newly changed personality they make the male lead totally head over heels for them. Both also have dark haired male leads. The MC's in both stories are prepared to step aside for and be friendly with the ML's true love unaware that the ML has no romantic interest in the OG FL.

Scorching Romance

Scorching Romance

Her blood runs hot, and her temper is even hotter – even when it’s the cold of winter. To lift the flaming curse she’s carried since she was a little girl, high schooler Ember must find her cold equivalent… But finding a match whose blood runs as cold as her’s does hot isn’t going to be easy, especially when the only way to turn the powerful curse away is to KISS that person right on their frigid lips. High school dramas usually run hot-and-cold, but there’s never been a story as fun and fiery as Scorching Romance!

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LUCIIIII LUCIIIII says...

Both mangas are about being too hot and cold romance and warming/freshing up by being close to eachother 

Lucia

Lucia

Lucia, the sixteenth princess of the kingdom, has seen her future through a strange dream. But it was a vivid nightmare of a terrible marriage that continues to haunt her. To change her dreadful fate, she suggests a contract marriage to Duke Hugo Taran, a well-known womanizer. Can this setup break Lucia from her fate? Or will her choice lead down a path even she couldn't foresee?! 

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Star17226 Star17226 says...

they both have similar romance mc in Villainess in Love is less fragile though. the Main love intrest are super similar and they are overprotective and have an irisistible cute face.