How To Get My Husband On My Side is a good story, albeit somewhat cliché-like in the plot. I still quite like the story, despite some shortcomings.
|Alt Titles||CÓMO HACER QUE MI MARIDO ESTÉ DE MI LADO, 남편을 내 편으로 만드는 방법|
|Creators||Spice&Kitty, 냥이와 향신료, Kitty and Spice, Kitty and Spices (Author) |
Siru, Sheeru, 시루 (Artist)
|Genre||Drama, Fantasy, Historical, Isekai, Mature Warning: Gore/blood, Mental / Physical Abuse, Murder / Attempted Murder, Romance|
How To Get My Husband On My Side Summary
She became a villainess who died by her husband’s hands in the novel.
To be more precise, she became a supporting character who died while being used as a tool for political marriage by her father and brother. One day, my damn father crawled out and chose my fifth groom.
The problem is that the chosen person was the best Paladin of the North and the very person who will kill me and my family in the future.
First, I have to find a way to live. In the novel, before finding a way to save my sister-in-law that was going to die by my hands, there are many challenges I need to overcome. Such as melting my husband’s cold exterior, gaining the Northerner’s favor, and overcoming the Duke’s contempt.
If I can overcome these challenges, wouldn’t my life be saved later?
“I fell in love with you!” So please spare me!MU
How To Get My Husband On My Side features a female lead who suffers abuse in her past life and her current one.
She’s traumatised due to that and desperately want to survive in this world, despite everyone misunderstanding her.
In order to do so, she needs to pretend to be stupid and like she’s in love with her husband. Of course, things end up going awry and her life is in danger despite her best attempts.
As much as I realize the storyline is filled with tropes and clichés, I do like it. The female lead is trying to adapt in the new world and in a place where she has no allies. It makes sense trying to pretend to be as innocent as possible.
Overall the story isn’t unique, but it’s featuring enough bits of good content for me to keep on reading.
I do really like the political aspect of the story, too. Although it’s not necessarily clearly being portrayed in the manhwa.
One of the reasons why I’m feeling so generous towards the story may be because the author is the same as for “The Fantasie Of A Stepmother”.
I’m really liking the art style in this series, too. It’s occasionally really beautifully drawn and colored, to the point it just looks amazing!
The stoic male lead reminds me quite a lot about the male lead from “Say Ah, The Golden Spoon Is Entering“.
Final thoughts: Although there’s tropes and clichés, I still think it’s worth checking out.