Louis, the commander of the Second Chief of Guards, is abruptly diagnosed as being "in the fourth month of pregnancy" while chasing a serial killer who is making a splash in the capital. Four months ago, an unforgettable night at the palace ball… Who did he spend the night with?
Basically it's about knights commander Louis getting preggers who's also on a double mission to investigate a serial killer that kills people who fit Louis's description with the other secretive mission being to find his baby daddy. The list of potential daddies just keep increasing but we all know very well who the actual daddy is. Hint: The missing wigs were all stolen by this man. The "who's the dad" aspect was made obvious so there's nothing special about it, perhaps the only part that holds the reader's intrigue is the serial murder case? Even if I sorta knew how this shit will unfold sooner or later, I just hope the prince isn't the one plotting it just to keep Louis close, coz if it is he has failed not just as a human being with blue boood flowing in him, but as a FATHER as well. Knowing you're a royal that's capable of impregnating men he goes around inserting his dong into a pregnant man! God I'm genuinely concerned for the baby they be like what's this circular thing poking at my four-months bum??? For the sake of the baby's well-being just stop with the aggressive diccu man.... I beseech thee One last thing that bothers me was how calm Louis looked after he was forced into sex after that tea session, you've just been raped and immediately after that you start talking about business like it's nothing. Sweet lord he is not fazed by anything at all just bcoz his rapist is a "prince". Who's your daddy? I'm your daddy! Unborn baby *whispers* no you're not I only need the daddy that carries me in his gold fish belly🐇🐟
The only redeeming quality to this manwha is the friend of the mc. THAT'S IT! Literally i was excited because of the plot synopsis seemed interesting only for me to be negatively suprised once I realised the general relationship between the mc and ml The mc is so dense so incredibly dense to the point were it is incredibly annoying ml is soo toxic, constantly gaslight rapped and assaults the ml but says it's all for "love" and the mc is never turned away in fact their feelings heighten. It's so messed up and uncomfortable the way the ml treats the mc like an object rather than a person Idk how the author tried to make the ending seem happy because it felt like two people in a very toxic relationship happily get together??? I don't know how this got such a high rating as the characters make the story or more specifically the ml makes the story so much worse. I hoped it would get better only for it to get worse and for everyone to just be fine with it. I am disappointed I wasted my time reading this story.
When reading the synopsis, you might think you’re getting an enjoyable and entertaining BL romance about a knight trying to find who the father of his unborn child is (with a side murder mystery thrown in). Do not read if this is what you are hoping for, because instead you will get this: Main Character: -Beyond dense. How he became the criminal investigation leader is the true mystery that needs to be solved. -Favorite sentence instead of properly communicating was to just helplessly say “it’s not like that” -Swooned over the ML’s toxic behavior thinking it was sweet and pampering + Male Lead: -repeatedly sexually assaulted/raped MC -repeatedly blackmailed MC to spend time and have sex with him by refusing to aid the serial murder investigation unless MC complied. -imprisoned the MC for several days so he wouldn’t run away (literally put prison bars in place of a bedroom door, to which the MC seemed relatively unconcerned because, hey, at least it was a nice room and people were bringing him food) -knew who the killer was from the beginning because he knew several clues that pointed very obviously toward the villain and decided not to share this with the investigators. Apparently unconcerned that several others got murdered in the meantime. + Chronic miscommunication by both characters. + Poorly executed villain plot line = Toxic mess of a story Only read if you are fine with that. I couldn’t even enjoy the sex scenes because of how repellent the male lead was. As to how I finished this story, I kept thinking to myself that surely these behaviors could not last the whole story (and I felt I had already come too far to give up now)! Silly me... they did. Learn from my mistakes!
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