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I’d Rather Be the Villainess
I’d Rather Be the Villainess
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I woke up as the main character of the novel I read...
Wait, I have to live as this weak character??
This frail body!? This incompetent person who can only rely on others to save her!?
I refuse!!

I would rather be the villainess!!

ComedyRomanceSchool LifeSlice of Life
Beautiful Couple Beautiful Female Lead Cute Protagonist Cute Story Female Protagonist Love Interest Falls in Love First Protagonist Strong from the Start Transmigration Villainess Noble Girls Wealthy Characters
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