Woman Generation (The Heiress) 女世子 by 左曌阳 Zuo Zhao Yang (OE)

Han Shinyi, the sole heir of the Han Family that holds military power at the northern border, is a know good-for-nothing, useless dandy.

Except that Han Shiyi is, in fact, Han Yuanniang, the late heir’s twin sister…?

Yuanniang, in order to safeguard the Han Family’s military power, disguises herself as a man after her brother’s death leaves the family without a male heir.

As a man, she created a careful crafted image of a lustful playboy to fool the ones who would want to pull her family power to their side, when in truth she is a cunning young woman.

When she is unexpectedly called to enter the Imperial College, she becomes the companion of the 5th Prince, Chen Yanyi, and finds herself enamored with him and embroiled in his plans to take the throne, all this while she tries to keep her identity as a woman a secret for her enemies and allies.

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A story that follows Han Yuanniang, the eldest daughter of a minister who disguises herself as a man in order to pretend to be her twin brother. She encounters the prince thus igniting an unexpected romance.

The eldest son of the Dingguo minister passed away at a young age. In order to stabilize the military and ensure that the Han family army in the Northern borders will not succumb to the imperial court, the minister’s eldest daughter Han Yuanniang takes her twin brother’s place as the young master Han Shiyi. She intentionally creates the image of a playboy for Han Shiyi, but inadvertently becomes the aide of the 5th prince Chen Yanyi. Being stationed in the prince’s camp, Han Shiyi becomes embroiled in the 5th prince’s plans to take the throne all while trying to keep her real identity a secret.

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[Ebook][Drama with Eng Subs][Eng Translation]


One Response

  1. adena3ka2
    adena3ka2 September 5, 2020 at 10:45 pm |

    Honestly, it’s difficult to have a conventional happy ending… There’s just so much the main characters are shouldering..

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