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  • Angel Smile

    Angel Smile

    Realistic Fiction Family

    4.5

    The background is set in a quiet small town on the outskirts of Seoul. In this town, people were friendly, except for one particular neighbourhood. In this neighbourhood, everybody lived their lives as if treading on eggshells, all because of one particular household: the Lees. People surnamed Lee were a dime a dozen, but these particular set of Lees were unique. Dysfunctional. The family consisted of four people; the father and breadwinner Lee Do Joon, the delinquent son Lee Hyuk, the top student Lee Gun, and the town's most beautiful girl Lee Yeo Ri. Lee Yeo Ri was regarded as a saving grace, but before anybody knew it, the saving grace was slowly disintegrating from within. Hidden underneath her perfect, angelic smile, was a girl who was slowly being crushed and torn apart. This is her story. — TRIGGER WARNING — This story contains depictions of rape. — Support me at patreon.com/ihateyounot :)

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Ling Lan, Bloodbender. View More
It's Not Easy to Be a Man After Travelling to the Future · C767
2 weeks ago
Hui’er is best girl. I acknowledge no other ships. View More
Power Up, Artist Yang! · C126
2 months ago
Whoops, I made a mistake—the actual title of the webtoon I was referring is ‘The Gamer’. View More

ihateyounot: As of this review, 40 chapters have been posted.

Writing is readable. Straightforward, not a lot of show-don’t-tell. Author has loose grasp on tenses, often switching between past and present tense. The story is okay, but I couldn’t be bothered to read it in detail mostly because the author writes their dialogues “ like this, “ instead of “like this,” and that is, to me, very annoying. A lot of text walls.

The story seems reminiscent of ‘Only I Level Up’, except the protagonist is a girl and she is, for lack of better words, a total Mary Sue. Wish there was a more gradual levelling process instead of just heaping benefits on her that was disproportionate to the amount of effort she put in, kind of like the protagonist from ‘I am a Gamer’. But again, I don’t care. I wasn’t absorbed in the story in the least, IMO. But good for the author, that you have other readers who are actually reading the story properly, because I’m not and I won’t.

All in all—OK story, needs editing. Good luck to the author and don’t stop writing if you can help it.

The World seems Realistic but Why do I have a Leveling System?
2 months ago

ihateyounot: [Shameless self-plug v2.0 - Rewritten review]

Could be better. Lots of overused grammar. Some mistakes here and there, and the plot is meh.

It’s a story about how an innocent and weak girl got corrupted and made into a black-bellied white lotus. She hated herself for being useless, so she... ... .

The male leads are hardworking, but their efforts doesn’t translate to the result they want. Being victims of domestic violence, they are subconsciously under the impression that their father was an insurmountable obstacle to their happiness, so they make all sorts of plans to skirt around him instead of facing him straight. Because they wasted so much time, bad things happened.

The supporting leads are caring, but they hardly interfered with what was happening with the main leads. Can’t blame them; they’re pretty much kept in the dark until all hells broke loose.

The adults are pretty much absent, if not useless. There are some caring ones, like the teachers, but realistically, there are not a lot of teachers who would go above and beyond in order to take care of their students, and this might cause a lot of people to get frustrated—but alas.

Life goes on, our heroine is doing better than ever, but unfortunately, she’s lost a few screws along the way. Oops?

If you read this review until this point, then thanks for reading. If you decided to pick up the novel after reading this spoiler-laden review, then welcome aboard.

Thanks and have fun reading~

Angel Smile
2 months ago
Reading Status: C40
As of this review, 40 chapters have been posted.

Writing is readable. Straightforward, not a lot of show-don’t-tell. Author has loose grasp on tenses, often switching between past and present tense. The story is okay, but I couldn’t be bothered to read it in detail mostly because the author writes their dialogues “ like this, “ instead of “like this,” and that is, to me, very annoying. A lot of text walls.

The story seems reminiscent of ‘Only I Level Up’, except the protagonist is a girl and she is, for lack of better words, a total Mary Sue. Wish there was a more gradual levelling process instead of just heaping benefits on her that was disproportionate to the amount of effort she put in, kind of like the protagonist from ‘I am a Gamer’. But again, I don’t care. I wasn’t absorbed in the story in the least, IMO. But good for the author, that you have other readers who are actually reading the story properly, because I’m not and I won’t.

All in all—OK story, needs editing. Good luck to the author and don’t stop writing if you can help it. View More
The World seems Realistic but Why do I have a Leveling System?
2 months ago
Excuse me for being petty, but who on God’s earth taught you to use spacing in-between quoted dialogues? It’s distracting and annoying. View More
The World seems Realistic but Why do I have a Leveling System? · C1
2 months ago
Thank you for the kind review. :) View More

half_full: This is honestly such a wonderful novel.
The storyline is so captivanting and the characters are really well thought. I highly enjoy reading this novel.
Good job author!

Angel Smile
2 months ago

half_full: This is honestly such a wonderful novel.
The storyline is so captivanting and the characters are really well thought. I highly enjoy reading this novel.
Good job author!

Angel Smile
2 months ago
I just realised I forgot to edit this before posting it... Hi Kettle, I’m Pot!

Ugh, sorry. I feel like a hypocrite after flaming you for your grammar. u.u View More

ihateyounot: As of this review, 52 chapters have been posted.

First of all, the story is readable. Some parts are awkward and is hard to read, but other parts are fine. While I wouldn’t say that it’s horrid, I would have liked it better if the story went through some editing. There’s a lot of confusion going on in the story due to the nature of the plot, and the grammatical errors aren’t exactly helping. I personally think that it was a tad too distracting, but clearly I must be the only petty one since everyone else had no problem in focusing on the story.

The story is mostly told in the point of view of Jinhee, who finds herself thrown back in time to when she first met her friend, Taehee, in the dorms. Seeing as the story follows her perspective, it was normal for there to be holes in the story and one-sided guesses riddling through the plot. However, because of the grammar, I honestly find it hard to tell apart the genuine questionable plot points and the mistakes. An example would be when Jinhee was perplexed over Taehee’s unusual clinginess, and while she was not supposed to know that Taehee was male, the pronoun ‘he’ was used (though it was Jinhee’s PoV) at the time.

I tried my best to plow through the confusing storyline, which, IMO, feels a bit too messy and stuffy—there’s so much going on at the same time that I had to pause and reread several times. While this is good for people who like rereading a book several times, for someone like me who are used to reading things once before moving on to the next book, this is quite tedious and somewhat overwhelming.

Next, I find myself feeling incredulous over some parts of the story, such as the clichéd unreasonably-hated-by-my-family-but-maybe-because-of-my-birth-secret plot, and how Jinhee just so happens to have a cousin who easily trusted her words though she was just a powerless ant in the eyes of the public at the time. While it made for a lovely show of familial bonds, it made little sense since they were said to have been estranged for years—who’s to say that their personality and raison d’être remained unchanged throughout the years? But then again, it’s also good that she at least had an ally in the family and that not everyone was out for her head.

Though the story was titled with ‘Unexpected Twist’, I have yet to see a big twist that was unexpected aside from the friend’s gender. The overall feeling I got from the story was that it was rather cliché in some parts (accidentally tripping then kissing, etc etc), but then again, it’s apparent that it‘s still early in the story and therefore any prior judgemental remarks I make may be explained in later chapters. Well, I don’t think it’s a bad thing though, since current trends lean into these kinds of plots more. I just hope that the ML won’t turn out into an overbearing CE—who am I kidding, who cares. Your story, your creative liberty.

I have high hopes that Jinhee won’t be develop into a Mary Sue, since the author constantly reminds the readers that she was still young when she was reborn and had imperfections too. Aside from that, I hope that not all antagonists in the story are braindead like her so-called twin sister and her clique. Please.

All in all, it was an OK read. The author didn’t drag out the birth secret thing for too long, and the leads aren’t annoying. Keep doing what you’re doing, and don’t stop writing if you can help it.

Reborn: The Unexpected Twist
3 months ago
Reading Status: C53
As of this review, 52 chapters have been posted.

First of all, the story is readable. Some parts are awkward and is hard to read, but other parts are fine. While I wouldn’t say that it’s horrid, I would have liked it better if the story went through some editing. There’s a lot of confusion going on in the story due to the nature of the plot, and the grammatical errors aren’t exactly helping. I personally think that it was a tad too distracting, but clearly I must be the only petty one since everyone else had no problem in focusing on the story.

The story is mostly told in the point of view of Jinhee, who finds herself thrown back in time to when she first met her friend, Taehee, in the dorms. Seeing as the story follows her perspective, it was normal for there to be holes in the story and one-sided guesses riddling through the plot. However, because of the grammar, I honestly find it hard to tell apart the genuine questionable plot points and the mistakes. An example would be when Jinhee was perplexed over Taehee’s unusual clinginess, and while she was not supposed to know that Taehee was male, the pronoun ‘he’ was used (though it was Jinhee’s PoV) at the time.

I tried my best to plow through the confusing storyline, which, IMO, feels a bit too messy and stuffy—there’s so much going on at the same time that I had to pause and reread several times. While this is good for people who like rereading a book several times, for someone like me who are used to reading things once before moving on to the next book, this is quite tedious and somewhat overwhelming.

Next, I find myself feeling incredulous over some parts of the story, such as the clichéd unreasonably-hated-by-my-family-but-maybe-because-of-my-birth-secret plot, and how Jinhee just so happens to have a cousin who easily trusted her words though she was just a powerless ant in the eyes of the public at the time. While it made for a lovely show of familial bonds, it made little sense since they were said to have been estranged for years—who’s to say that their personality and raison d’être remained unchanged throughout the years? But then again, it’s also good that she at least had an ally in the family and that not everyone was out for her head.

Though the story was titled with ‘Unexpected Twist’, I have yet to see a big twist that was unexpected aside from the friend’s gender. The overall feeling I got from the story was that it was rather cliché in some parts (accidentally tripping then kissing, etc etc), but then again, it’s apparent that it‘s still early in the story and therefore any prior judgemental remarks I make may be explained in later chapters. Well, I don’t think it’s a bad thing though, since current trends lean into these kinds of plots more. I just hope that the ML won’t turn out into an overbearing CE—who am I kidding, who cares. Your story, your creative liberty.

I have high hopes that Jinhee won’t be develop into a Mary Sue, since the author constantly reminds the readers that she was still young when she was reborn and had imperfections too. Aside from that, I hope that not all antagonists in the story are braindead like her so-called twin sister and her clique. Please.

All in all, it was an OK read. The author didn’t drag out the birth secret thing for too long, and the leads aren’t annoying. Keep doing what you’re doing, and don’t stop writing if you can help it. View More
Reborn: The Unexpected Twist
3 months ago
Reading Status: C62
As of this review, 62 chapters have been posted.

Looking at the title and synopsis, my first impression had been, ‘Great, another transmigrated-to-my-past-self type of plot.’ To my surprise, it was in fact NOT a transmigration story, which is rare in the current webnovel trends.

This is a story about a man who had once reached success but later tasted failure after he was betrayed by his business partner(s). But his prior experiences and success did not fail him, as he received a second chance at building his empire again after he inherited a fortune from a past associate who thought he was a suitable heir. He was approached by the associate’s assistant—Fait—who offered an olive branch to him just when he thought he was done. Now, her entrance into this story was one that made me misunderstand the genre of the story—the way she was introduced made it seem as if she was some sort of mysterious deity who was there to pass the man to his next life. And while it did not involve magic or reincarnation or anything mystical, she did indeed granted him a second chance by giving him a new position, a new company, and a new home.

Although there is an impending threat to his life floating in the background, there is very little feeling of suspense, and perhaps the rather laidback and calm personality of the protagonist might attribute to that. The image he had presented in the earlier chapters were considerably different than the person he had showed himself to be in the later chapters to the point that he could very well be another person. That being said, stress could change people, and realistically, it is not strange for someone who had—or is currently trying to—overcome failure to change their personality to a certain extent.

Despite the unexplainable feeling of unease I feel over the protagonist who seem to have a mysterious past yet to be discovered, the disparity in his reactions compared to other people’s expectations are amusing. They often lead to hilarity and/or a sense of satisfaction, and I quite like it when he proves his capabilities to others (a.k.a face-slapping) especially since he does it in a way so natural that unless you were the receiving party you wouldn’t have realised he’s been slapping faces. Conversely, the author should be careful in developing his character, as it would be so easy to turn him into a Gary Stu who just bulldozes his way to the top with his amazing (plot) capabilities (armour).

The story reads smoothly, and the straightforward style of writing made it easy to follow the story even when the perspectives change. For once, I am glad that I found a story written well enough that I don’t have to break my head trying to decipher the texts. While there are mistakes here and there, they aren’t really noticeable or too bothersome that it would break one’s concentration over the story. Kudos to the author for that. I would suggest the author to get an editor to weed out the little errors since there’s only so much you can fix with self-editing.

My only complain is that while the story isn’t boring, it’s pretty anticlimactic as it feels as if there’s nothing going on yet a lot is going on. It feels more of a slice-of-life story, if anything, and if that was the author’s goal, then lucky for you it has been achieved.

...Just me?

...Maybe I wasn’t paying attention well enough when I was reading. Oof.

All in all, it was a good read. Good work, author. View More
Second Chance Addison
3 months ago
Reading Status: C32
As of this review, there are 32 chapters posted.

First of all, I quite liked seeing how the author’s writing improved as the number of chapters increase. The earlier chapters do need to be polished, and there are minor mistakes here and there, but ultimately the quality is there. The author recommended that I should start reading from Chapter 17, but just like any other books I’ve read I would naturally start from the beginning, and I am actually glad I did. It was rather wholesome to see the growth in quality between the first few chapters and the later tens of chapters.

The story begins with a man executing vengeance on the man who sent his brother to death, and in his quest for revenge, he dies, meets some deity, then reincarnates into a world of swords and magic. This premise is so cliche that I feel like I can pick out any ol’ fantasy webnovel and it’ll probably have a similar storyline.

However, what sets this story apart is the fact that the protagonist was born to a particularly marginalised ethnicity (as in, neither asian or western like most other stories of similar concept) and it was very clear that he would not have an easy life. I think this is my first time ever reading a cultivation-style webnovel with a protagonist who is so different in terms of appearance compared to the society he was reincarnated in. Even a non-human protagonist would usually carry humanoid looks, and, well, light-coloured skin. To read about a dark-skinned protagonist was certainly a breath of fresh air and unique in a way.

Moving on to the protagonist, John. As of the writing of this review, there is not much known about the protagonist, as the current arc follows his parents’ backstory. However, being a veteran-soldier-cum-secret-agent, he appears cold, decisive, and ruthless when it comes to executing his duty and in dealing with enemies. My concern is that I hope this story won’t end up like other stories where the protagonist is a one-dimensional mindless serial killer who kills the people who oppose him for the sole reason that he does not like them. With his cheat of reincarnated knowledge, the protagonist would probably utilise them—as any other cheat!MC would—to do some (or a lot of) face-slapping here and there. I hope to god that there are some depth to his character, and that he would not become a character who only knows to speak with violence (or face-slap) at every turn. And I could say the same to the other characters as well. Hopefully they are not as stupid as that boar-bait-backstabber guy in the beginning.

Also, the fact that the protagonist does not immediately remember his past life after birth is a nice change. Though, to me it seemed a little off-putting that he managed to integrate his memories and get used to his new life so quickly. But hey, dude’s got ten years on him, and his mum wasn’t really the sweet, cuddly type—given his upbringing, he was probably a bit more mature than other kids of similar age to begin with.

It appears to me that racism is a big theme in this novel, seeing as it is modelled after the concept of white supremacy. Just like any show of racism in real life, it irks me how much contempt the people were showing to the protagonist (or his mother, in the backstory arc), and how much the author tries to paint the people with the ugliest image possible (IMO), but I suppose every story needs a villain. I (personally) don’t particularly enjoy plots where race is the major cause of strife, but it’s the author’s story, so who am I to judge? I’m neither white nor black, nor ignorant, nor am I a part of the story, so I don’t think I‘m in a position to pick sides or say anything about it either.

All in all, it was a good read with a lot of potential. Had the author do a bit of editing (and post at least a hundred or more chapters), I wouldn’t be surprised to see it on the higher ends of the rankings. Good work, author! View More
Duality
3 months ago
Reading Status: C14
As of this review, only 14 chapters have been posted.

Writing quality—not the best, but definitely not the worst. If I had to compare it to other original works on this site, it probably ranks somewhere around the middle of the spectrum. There are mistakes, but it’s nothing the author can’t fix with a good amount of editing. Quite readable.

A story which focuses on an elderly or veteran person is not an original concept, but it is definitely a rare one; this story centres around a German grandma—Flora Fluss—who was an engineer in her heyday. Here we get to see what happens when a workaholic retires from her highly demanding job and finds another platform to invest her time in. She’s got an obsession with perfection—as do many others in her profession—and this causes many shenanigans to occur, and because of her rather logical and somehow persuasive personality, everybody seems to be swept by her pace.

As I am not an engineer or an elderly person bored out of her mind, I found it hard to relate to the character. Nonetheless, Flora is quite charming with her old-lady behaviour and deep passion over her projects. The toaster part adds to the charm, and I, as a reader, could not help but wonder what other mayhem she would cause. After all, a senior citizen can cause plenty of havoc—and nobody can stop them! Because that would be rude! One should respect the elders! I can somehow imagine Flora manipulating the ‘elderly’ card to get her way...

Moving on, the author writes in a relatively convincing style, to the point where even if the author was bull****ting, I wouldn’t have noticed it. Case in point is the very long character creation arc, whereby the character, Flora, spends several in-game days to modify and rebuild her avatar from scratch. It was very draggy, but it seems to be a necessary part of the story as it laid the foundations of Flora’s character as a whole, and also show what she is capable of given time and tools. Personally, I found that some parts of it seemed too convenient, but this can be argued that the ‘convenience’ is attributed to Flora’s decades of experience—she is supposed to be a retired engineer, and we all know that retired professionals are a treasure trove of experience and expertise.

Though the format of LitRPG is better suited to other sites (eg RoyalRoad, ScribbleHub, etc) since they actually have the proper writing tools suited to the genre, I find that (as a layman) the information related to the stats did not seem as important as it did not disrupt my reading even if I skim past them (or omit them entirely). I would suggest the author to tone down the technical stuffs to make more space for Flora’s other mischiefs and wholesome content, but that would take away a whole chunk of characterisation as the story seems to be focusing on her ability to create or repurpose items in-game.

All in all, it was an okay story. Rough around the edges, but a good read nonetheless. Keep up the good work, author, and don’t stop writing if you can help it. Good luck! View More
Auntie toasts the VRMMORPG
3 months ago
I just watched The Shining yesterday and the dude kinda acts like the dad during that scene with the bartender.......... oof 🤔 View More
Second Chance Addison · C1
3 months ago
Thanks for reading View More

jo_asya: Wow,she can really act for a second there I thought that was real,thanks author

Angel Smile · C215
3 months ago
Only that you won’t see him for a long time :) Thanks for reading :) View More

Mhizbilz: Thanks Author...

Any news abt HYUK

Angel Smile · C214
4 months ago
Putting my bets on the prince whatshisname! Thanks for the chapter! View More
Power Up, Artist Yang! · C76
4 months ago

ScorpiaEvergreen: They're probably gonna be like, "Who the heck is the guy who defeated us? Some really famous guy?"

"Let's look it up... are you all sure it was this one? The information says this is the recruit, though..."

O.o

It's Not Easy to Be a Man After Travelling to the Future · C591
5 months ago
Reading Status: C15
As of this review, there is only 15 chapters posted.

The narration is compelling. Right off the bat, the narration shows that the protagonist isn’t some damsel-in-distress, even if she has several issues (crippling loneliness, paranoia, holes in her memories, to name a few). The setting, being three years after a zombie apocalypse, sends us straight into the protagonist’s daily life, right before she encounters someone who sends her routine off its course. I have no idea where the future would take the protagonist, and frankly I don’t care. After the first few chapters, I’m stuck thinking, ‘God, just let this girl rest,’ because I can almost feel the exhaustion in her POV.

The story is written in a way that makes me think that the author is no writer—no, the author of this story is a storyteller. Why is that a bad thing? Well, for one, it shows that the author does not give a rat’s ass about proper punctuation, spelling, and capitalisation. There’s little to no problems with the grammar, though, which is nice. Is the author a native English speaker, perhaps? That being said, these problems can be easily fixed with a little bit of editing.

Overall, it’s a pretty okay story.

Do take my opinion with a grain of salt, though, since it is still very early in the story, from what I can see. Good luck to the author, and don’t stop writing if you can help it. View More
3 Years Later
5 months ago
I pretty much use English except for the honorifics, and the only time that I can remember where I used Korean instead of the proper English word was for the FL’s nickname (Lee Cheonsa, instead of Angel Lee) since it was meant to be read as a normal name. Hope you don’t mind!

I don’t particularly care if people use words from another language in a novel, but if they do it in a cringy way like “oh senpai is so suteki my heart goes dokidoki step on me kudasai i love you desu” then even I’d be put off by it and would probably react the same way xD luckily I’m waaaay past that weaboo stage so I know how annoying that could be u.u View More

VateRise: Using only those honorifics is fine. As long as everything else is in English. You don't have to change them! It's my personal view. I can deal with honorifics, but if you for example use korean words to mean something that could be just written in english... Yea.

I'll give you example with Japanese. Instead of using cute, you'd use kawai... This just makes me cringe, when people do that. So again, you don't need to change anything at all, just because I say so. I only hope that everything else is in english.

Angel Smile · C1
5 months ago
Sorry ‘bout that. In my head they’re literally speaking in Korean (picked up Korean as a third language, not fluent but I can understand it at least). It’s awkward to use the English word for things like ‘big brother’ so I just leave it as is, especially since IRL you’d be marked as rude if you call people older than you by name, even if you’re close. I’ll work on replacing the formal ones with Mr/Mrs/Ms in future edits, though. View More

VateRise: Again. I will read it but I'm not happy with the korean honorifics in an English novel. It's still much better than those kawai **** in English novels. Like people watch way too much anime.

Angel Smile · C1
5 months ago
Reading Status: C112
[Shameless self-plug v2.0 - Rewritten review]

Could be better. Lots of overused grammar. Some mistakes here and there, and the plot is meh.

It’s a story about how an innocent and weak girl got corrupted and made into a black-bellied white lotus. She hated herself for being useless, so she... ... .

The male leads are hardworking, but their efforts doesn’t translate to the result they want. Being victims of domestic violence, they are subconsciously under the impression that their father was an insurmountable obstacle to their happiness, so they make all sorts of plans to skirt around him instead of facing him straight. Because they wasted so much time, bad things happened.

The supporting leads are caring, but they hardly interfered with what was happening with the main leads. Can’t blame them; they’re pretty much kept in the dark until all hells broke loose.

The adults are pretty much absent, if not useless. There are some caring ones, like the teachers, but realistically, there are not a lot of teachers who would go above and beyond in order to take care of their students, and this might cause a lot of people to get frustrated—but alas.

Life goes on, our heroine is doing better than ever, but unfortunately, she’s lost a few screws along the way. Oops?

If you read this review until this point, then thanks for reading. If you decided to pick up the novel after reading this spoiler-laden review, then welcome aboard.

Thanks and have fun reading~ View More
Angel Smile
5 months ago

40fantasy: Am I the only one who thinks these two guys are chicken **** cowards? Between the pair of them and their buddies, how have they not deleted that asshole from the face of the earth already?

Angel Smile · C52
5 months ago

40fantasy: This is wrong on so many levels! Even if this isn’t incest it is still wrong. He just witnessed her being raped by his own father for crying out loud! His first reaction to her shouldn’t be kissing her and she sure as hell shouldn’t be okay with it. Come on!

Angel Smile · C32
5 months ago
Thank you for the feedback! To be honest, I didn’t know which genre I should put this story in, since ‘Drama’ or ‘Tragedy’ isn’t regarded as a genre in this site. I did consider putting it under Realistic Fiction, but I personally thought that the story isn’t quite realistic. I mean, Yeo Ri herself is a pretty unrealistic character, so 🤷‍♀️ but if it makes readers feel more at ease, I’ll change it~ View More

40fantasy: Dear author,

Before I started reading this, I read some comments about it being underrated even though the writing was good and that piqued my curiosity. Having read this far, I can see why. It isn’t that your story/story writing is bad (certainly NOT), it’s just doesn’t feel like it belongs in the ROMANCE genre. In my opinion, most people who follow this genre are trying to escape from the cruel realities of life - trying to find a ‘happy place,’ kinda thing. The graphic details of the horrendous crimes committed in this story rob the reader of that sweet escape. I think this would do better in the ‘Realistic Fiction’ genre. But, then again, what do I know😀. Bravo!👏👏👏👏It couldn’t have been easy penning this down.

Angel Smile · C28
5 months ago
Reading Status: C385
Great read. There are some minor mistakes and I don’t really like how they used the [first name][last name] format instead of the [last name][first name] format that is usually found in Asian novels, but hey, that’s just my preference. I found myself wanting to write after reading it. View More
The Great Storyteller
7 months ago
I see you have contracted Second Lead Syndrome.

My work here is done~⭐️ View More

williana96: Author honestly I know I haven't been commiting a lot on your chapters but I just have to say or ask you can you please tell me how the morning cause I really love Gun for the FL and yes I know the FL and the older brother is enloved but just him to be the most like his too hot temper but barely care about the consequences before acting sigh for some reason I'm really sad knowing that someone as Gun that always there , showing love, care, and courage to FL is the the ml specially how he work his ass off try to give them both a good life and add to that he got the exact character of a Ml I mean I know the FL needs a brotherly love and stuff but damn she already has a brother and Gun is also one too . So please as the story has a lot of twist please I let him be Ml and I know I have no right to to tell how right your story but damn it hurt so see such a love character not be the Ml

Angel Smile · C205
7 months ago

Chryiss: Nor sure why A.w.w.w got censored but ok! Anyway, take your time author, health is more important! Rest up and relax 😊

Angel Smile · C205
7 months ago

Chryiss: A*** Gun... they’re all so scarred 💔 Glad Ha Jun is there to keep them in line with their nosiness!

Angel Smile · C205
7 months ago
See this! I just gifted the story: Grimoire View More
Superstars of Tomorrow · C1
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