I Became The Wife Of The Male Lead sounds like it’s having a basic plot and characters, but it’s actually pretty good. The female lead is quite powerful on her own.
|Alt Titles||내 남자 주인공의 아내가 되었다|
|Creators||Frika, Frikaa, Purik, 푸릭 (Author)|
Gyeoulip, 겨울잎 (Author)
Jeokbal, 적발 (Artist)
|Genre||Action, Drama, Fantasy, Historical, Isekai, Mature Warning: Gore/blood Mental / Physical Abuse, Murder / Attempted Murder, Rape / Mentions of Rape, Romance|
I Became the Wife of the Male Lead Summary
“I possessed the body of “Fiona,” the final villainess whose soul was sentenced to eternal suffering after her gruesome demise at the hands of the world’s hero.
She was tortured by her own family just because she was an illegitimate child.
And so… arriving six years before the start of the novel, I was sent to war at the age of thirteen! Fortunately, as the story’s greatest villainess, Fiona was a genius mage.
I had to survive the monster invasion. But now, I couldn’t be in the middle of a battlefield.
Just before I ran out of breath, I encountered the teenaged male lead.
…Why is he here?
Well, if the male lead dies here, then the world will be destroyed. So, let’s save him first!”MU
The title of this manhwa series aren’t doing it any favours, let’s put it like that.
Our female lead is a great mage and before she discovers her powers, she’s abused by her family.
She’s sent to the north to die, basically. However, our female lead is an isekai heroine and she ends up proving her worth soon after coming to the north and to a specific duke.
As she’s staying, the family assumes she’s dead and lives on happily. Fiona, our female lead, isn’t suffering in the north but she’s growing into her role of a mage.
Eventually she comes across the male lead and a friendship develops between them.
Knowing the original novel, she does assume he’s going to fall in love with someone else.
As we all know, he’s going to fall in love with our female lead. It’s quite a typical story in that regard.
However, I quite hate the title since it’s lessening everything Fiona is doing. She’s the greatest mage in a long time, but her value in the manhwa is the fact she’s going to marry the male lead?
I don’t like that, but I suppose it’s to draw people into the story.
Final thoughts: Overall I’m liking the story, but I wish it wasn’t so much focus on Fiona and the ML getting together.