32 chapters in I had to stop reading.
I just hate the Main Character so freaking much.
She is SO weak. Cant speak, cant stand up for herself or the husband she suddenly loves now.
She HATED him. And was only married cause he convinced her parents to force her into it.
She runs the **** away for 7 years.
Story/prologue begins, shes hiding out in a remote mountain village as like the only doctor or something.
Travelling somewhere during a storm with some soldiers, landslide, surprise! Stalker husband Followed her and has been creeping on her the whole time, except he saves her from the landslide and dies.
She reads his will, it says he loved her n ****.
Whoop she now loves him too.
And the dies of heartbreak or whatever and wakes up in the past after he just forced that marriage on her.
Que family dinner with the inlaws.
And she sits there. For FOUR chapters being berated by her mil fil and sil cause sil found out she applied to the wrong medicine university ir something.
Meanwhile husband, whos at least a nice stalker, tries to defend her and she just there. As useful as a cauliflower.
They visit her parents, whom she, quite understandably, distanced herself from in the past after they completely ruined her life.
Now she forgives them. They were right all along. Hes the perfect man. And never mind that he apparently never even bothered to tell her he liked her.
(Did i forget to mention that? Apparently he went completely behind her back on the whole marriage thing and she though he didnt want it either. )
Anyway, they were right. She was wrong. She shouldve just settled into the life they forced on her and stepford smiles her way 2 happiness.
Never mind the fact that she was literally unhappy enough to run away for 7 years never talking to him or her family or her friends presumably.
No she was in the wrong the whole time.
Is pretty much literally what she was thinking us she prepared to meet her parents and I don't like it. So I stopped reading.
And the thing is , I think I would have liked the story about her past.
I could have been on her side, you know, rebelling against her ****ty parents, to escape a forced marriage.
And and then eventually instead of a stupid mudslide killing him and her reincarnating, he could have used his words, had a conversation, maybe gone on a date, and they could have fixed their marriage that way without her becoming a weak, spineless little doormat.