Lucy likes to think she handled the whole "wake up to find yourself in the main villain's body" thing pretty well.
Sure the story world she ended up in was one of the worst reverse harem stories she's ever read in her life and sure, her husband has basically disappeared off the face of the earth, but at least she woke up in the villain's body months before she even met the main protagonist.
She's never had a stepdaughter before, but there's basically no way she could handle it any worse than the villain did!
In fact, things actually seem to be going pretty well! Lucy's new stepdaughter is always following her around, giving her flowers, asking about her day, giving her massages, telling her how much she loves her -- so adorable! This must be what it's like to have a child of your own!
Though the way she's glaring at Lucy's new husband seems a bit odd...
“For gold is tried in the fire, and acceptable men in the furnace of adversity”.
What does it mean to be a “Hero”?
Long, long years of bloodshed and violence while serving in the US Army has quenched the flames of passion and desire t
Jin Huang at the age of eighteen thought it would be fun to go to various worlds and experiencing the lives of others along with making money from it. This will be his first time earning money and having a job.
Perhaps he might overcome his
Hideki just wanted to be popular with the ladies, and how might one go about doing that, you might ask? Join the adventurer’s guild and become a hero, of course! As a Rank C adventurer, Hideki is sent on a mission to subjugate a necromancer.
When she finally understood, she was already too late. The protagonists had already fallen in love with each other and planned for a marriage. Maybe she was still lucky though, for she narrowly avoided a situation of certain death. A long, painful
Fleur Bellrose was not a good person by all accounts.
In fact one could argue that she stopped being human a long time ago. Or more specifically since the first time she had installed her Auxiliary AI in the year 2046. From there on she had