There is a common trope in old-fashioned romance novels—where the female lead must have a rough life, be beautiful in appearance, suffer from being forcibly taken by a wealthy man, and run away after being pregnant…
One morning, Jiang Rao wakes up to find herself unfortunately transmigrated into the novel “The CEO’s Beloved”, which was once extremely popular. She became the substitute bride who was abused both physically and emotionally by the male lead, and had desperately wanted to escape his clutches. However, the original female lead was delicate and weak, and the greater her heart was, the less action she took!
Before the transmigration, the original female lead said, “Even if you can have my body, you can never have my heart!”
After transmigrating, Jiang Rao smiled indifferently like a Buddha, “With money to spend and a villa to live in, I don’t need to worry about anything or wander around aimlessly. I don’t plan to run away anymore. It’s too tiring and terrifying to follow the original plot. I’ll just wait to die and be reincarnated early.”
She thought that by deviating from the original plot, the real fiancée would return to take her place perfectly after the one-year contract ends.
One night, she heard a low murmur in her ear, “My sweetheart…”
Jiang Rao, “???”