The Villainess’ Beloved Plan: The Struggles to Avoid a Doomed End - Chapter 0
“I do not believe it! I am not Sophia!”
Sophia Glastona screamed her head off.
The physician and the handmaiden at her bedside, and Orion who has been her escort since she was taken in by His Majesty, looked at her in surprise.
They looked at her in concern, wondering if her screws got loose when she hit her head, however the person in question did not notice, and she held her head and started to roll around on the bed.
This is impossible! No way, impossible! Out of all the people― I became the villainess!
When Sophia woke up after fainting at the garden, the physician almost cried at her peculiar behavior. Even if she is a daughter of a concubine, she is the second princess of Glastona, and if something may happen to her, he will be held accountable.
Orion was the first to calm down, who was next to the physician who had turned pale and began to tremble. He put his hand on his chin, glanced at Sophia who was still rolling on her bed, said something to the physician and the handmaiden.
“Maybe she will settle down a bit after a while, I’ll watch her over.”
He said it smiling and a little high-pitched for a man, the physician and the handmaiden then jumped at the opportunity.
If they stayed and something happened to the princess, they will be held liable. By letting Orion take over, they will be freed from that responsibility.
The physician then said, “I’ll leave the rest to you” and fled outside the room. Orion stared at Sophia and asked,
“By chance, do you have any memories from your past life?”
In a snap, Sophia stopped rolling around the bed.
Sophia Glastona, the King’s daughter of Glastona, grew up in the city until she was fourteen years old.
Sophia’s mother was once a servant at the palace, the Queen soon later discovered the King’s affair, forcing Sophia’s mother to flee outside the palace, carrying Sophia inside her womb.
She did not inform His Majesty about her pregnancy and later gave birth and raised Sophia in secrecy. Sophia then did not know her true status.
However, when her mother died of illness when she was fourteen, Duke Randall Voltio, the King’s messenger, suddenly appeared. The young red-haired Duke who had succeeded the position at the young age of 21. His cold hazel eyes narrowed, unsure of what to say.
“His Majesty has asked me to bring you over. Follow me quietly.”
Randall is the son of the King’s brother, and so the King is his uncle. Sophia is his cousin, however, there is not a trace of emotion in his eyes.
Before Sophia’s mother died, she wrote a letter to the King. He later found out that Sophia is his daughter and decided to take her in.
“Just so you know, I do not believe you are His Majesty’s daughter. If you are trying to deceive His Majesty, I will have you executed immediately, so be aware of that.”
The words were too cruel to be spoken towards a fourteen-year old girl who had just lost her mother.
Sophia instantly disliked Randall and cried, “I’m not going!” but he was merciless. He forced her into the carriage and made way to the palace.
From there on, Sophia’s hell began.
The King welcomed Sophia but none of the Queen and her children did. Her Majesty hated her husband’s illegitimate daughter, and her children followed suit in bullying Sophia. Her step-sister, Keira, who was born a few months before her, hated her the most. She was very meticulous. She looked at Sophia as if she was dirty and rejected her whenever she was around.
One day, Sophia collapsed in the garden.
Three months after moving to the palace, Sophia, who was still uncomfortable adjusting to living within the palace, was reading a book alone in the garden.
An escort named Orion was assigned to Sophia by His Majesty, but he does not seem to interfere or care with his master’s business. Whenever Sophia was reading in the garden, he quietly remained at a distance.
However, if only Orion had been near to her, none of it would have happened.
As Sophia was reading, Keira passed by the garden. She saw Sophia, her sky-blue eyes gazed narrowly in disdain and called out the handmaiden by her side.
“Get rid of that commoner over there, it’s unpleasant.”
Sophia heard, sighed and stood from the bench. She wants to stay away from trouble. ‘I’ll stop reading in the garden and go back to my room’, she thought. However――
Like Keira, the handmaiden sees Sophia as a dirty commoner.
“Hey, the bench is dirty. Clean it.”
One of the handmaidens said, and Sophia frowned. She was just sitting on the bench, but from the nobleman’s perspective, anything that a commoner touched is considered filthy. Sophia could not hold herself back.
“I just sat on it. I don’t remember making a mess.”
The handmaiden did not expect Sophia to talk back to her. Embarrassed, she grabbed Sophia’s hair, pushed her hard towards the bench. It was terrible.
Sophia, who was used to living in the city, always wore flat shoes. Wearing heels she is not accustomed to, as soon as she was pushed by the handmaiden, she lost her balance and hit her head on the corner of the bench with great force.
As expected, Orion hurriedly rushed to her but he was too late because Sophia had already fainted.
When Sophia woke up, she felt terrible.
Panic, you could say.
As Sophia regained her consciousness as she lay in bed after passing out in the garden, the memories flooded back in her.
Memories from her past life.
Before she lived as Sophia in this world, she led a different life. She cannot exactly remember but it seems that Sophia, who died at the age of seventeen, was reincarnated in this world.
This is bad!
Sophia, who regained her seventeen years of memories from her previous life, began to understand what world she now lives in. Yes, there is no doubt that this is the world of an otome game, ‘Glastona’s Snow’ that Sophia enjoyed playing in her past life.
And it was Sophia Glastona, the villainess of the ‘Glatona’s Snow’.
In the game, Sophia was taken in by His Majesty at the age of fourteen. Unable to adjust to the palace’s life, she grew up mistrustful, uncomfortable, and twisted. She then began to plot against her step-sister, the heroine, Keira.
She did not think of anything serious when she played the game, but now she transmigrated as Sophia, she thought it must’ve been a joke.
Sophia, who was born oppressed for being the concubine’s daughter, was the villainess; and Keira, who was raised without any hurdles, was the heroine. The game did not go into depth of Sophia’s twisted background, but she had been through a lot for the last three months she moved into the palace. It is no brainer why Sophia became that way.
‘This is the absolute worst, the worst, absolute w-o-r-s-t!’
Sophia was always either put into exile or sent to a monastery, whoever the heroine chose. If this continues, Sophia’s future will be in hell.
‘What should I do?!’
Sophia was laying on the bed with her hands on her head when a terribly calm voice suddenly spoke.
“By chance, do you have any memories from your past life?”