Eleonora was a bona fide villainess, and a textbook example of one, at that. She was arrogant, high-handed, and shrewd. After falling in love with the crown prince at first sight, she relied on her father’s authority to become his fiancée. Out of jealousy, she’d plot to get rid of any women who dared to approach the crown prince.
…If the crown prince hadn’t stolen her turn, that is.
The crown prince, who had a twisted personality, was smitten by Eleonora. Before she could attempt anything, the crown prince reasoned with those women, before ultimately turning them down.
Each and every single chance for her to shine as a villainess—he stole all of them! Despite her inherently being a villainess, he wouldn’t let her actually become one!
Lydia, a runaway painter and town daughter, suddenly finds out one day that she was a duke’s daughter. Her father, who meets her for the first time, orders her to marry Brad, and for both of them to take over the duchy.
Unable to forgive her father for abandoning her mother and causing her unhappiness, Lydia rebels and aims to waste the house’s wealth away to bring about the downfall of the dukedom.
However, being a good-natured person at heart, her wasteful spending plans are half-hearted. It fails due to Brad’s sabotage, too competent a man, and, in fact, their assets actually start growing. Further, Lydia likes Brad’s face so much that she is easily pushed around. When she is caught designing tricks, she is lightly punished, and when she acts like a proper lady, she is generously rewarded. Either case, it’s all way too lenient!
The story of a female painter; a sudden noble lady, versus: a magnanimous young man… failing to fall into ruin.
An erotic reincarnation story about a (former) villainess of an R18 otome game. Waking up after the heroine’s bad end, our protagonist is trapped with a sadistic prince. To make matters worse, she was a salacious pervert before transmigrating?!
The daughter of the Earl, Rosa, was known for her beauty and compassion. But in reality, she was a rotten lady who pursued her ‘moe’ by making delusions of ‘rose love’, the romance between men.
Her dream was to become a nun and write down a ‘bible’, spreading the rose love throughout the continent.
As the preparation of entering the priesthood, she donated to the monastery (as a bribe), strived to improve literacy (to prepare for her missionary work), and made humus for her territory (as the symbol of rottenness). One day, she met her half-brother, Bernard, a fourteen years old boy.
Concluding that Bernard was the ideal ‘uke’, a talented person that only appeared once every a thousand years, Rose devoted herself to ‘Bell-tan’s Harem Plan’. However, her rotten behavior was mistaken for noble deeds. The princes, princesses, and even the foreign princes started to get involved, and she began to spread her influence all over the country…?
This was the story of Rosa von Langheim, nicknamed the “Rose Angel” as the symbol of her nobility and charity, who was the most rotten lady of all.