I Don’t Want to Be Loved

I Don’t Want to Be Loved

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The I Don’t Want to Be Loved novel is a popular light novel covering Adult, Drama, and Fantasy genres. Written by the Author Starlight. 178 chapters have been translated and translations of other chapters are in progress.

Summary

Rihannan Alessin, a queen rotting in prison.

Despaired and without hope, she drank poison and died. But… unbeknownst to her, the deity gave her a second chance at life. She was twelve again. And this time, she would live life differently.

Six years later, she chooses to become Arundell’s queen…

“If you’re asking me to step down from the marriage proposal, I can’t.”

“Marry me and let us divorce after a year.”

And this time, the time limit of their marriage would last a year.

A husband she knew who was different than before… she tried not to love him again, but each time, her heart kept shaking.

Latest Release: Chapter 177: Pregnancy

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12 days ago

This i an *amazing* story. I've read a lot of "do over* stories, but this one does it in a way I haven't seen before and does it well.

Also, this needs to be turned into a visual novel *yesterday*.

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1 months ago

I love this novel but in some way I don't understand many thing cause of the transition or from the writer of the novel maybe 😔😔 I'm shocked that not what I think I watch many novels and this was the worst 😳 I hope the translation be good in the future 🙏 😢

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  • lnwUser03289 Sep 04, 2020

    Understanding the difficulty of translating from one language to another, the person responsible for the translation did a fantastic job to make the text both easy to understand (in terms of which person is talking, which is sometimes an issue translators face) and enjoyable to read (sentence structure, complexity of the writing etc). Whether this is due to the original writer's ability or the translator, regardless it is an immersive read.

    I also enjoyed the slow moving plot. Often times we are thrust into the story just before the love interests meet and while it is enjoyable to read the developing romantic relationship, sometimes it is necessary to include moments of the protagonist's life before to give the reader a sense of the personality. I feel that the many chapters spent on purely the protagonist really helped solidify her as a character with clear personality traits and experiences.

    One thing that did confuse me was how abruptly the setting would change from present to past or include scenes from different POV, but this was mostly an issue in the first act when establishing the full backstory to the events that follow.

    I'm only on chapter 150 but I'm both excited and very nervous to continue (looking at future chapter titles...) :)