Cross-Dressing Villainess Cecilia Sylvie

Reincarnated as a villainess in an otome game, Cecilia realizes that as the heroine’s rival, she’ll die no matter what route she takes. Convinced that she can avoid her death flag by masquerading as a man, she crossdresses and assumes a new identity. In the process, however, she ends up replacing her brother-in-law as the knight charged with protecting the heroine! And now the prince who should be condemning her to death wants to hang around her all the time…?! Cecilia will do whatever it takes to achieve a peaceful and carefree life, but if her guise ever slips it’s Game Over!

Associated Names
Akuyaku reijo, seshiria shirubyi wa shinitakunainode danso suru koto ni shita.
The Villainess, Cecilia Silvy, Doesn’t Want to Die, so She Decided to Crossdress

Comedy, Fantasy, Gender Bender, Harem, Romance, Shoujo, Slice of Life

Translation Group
Official Yen Press

Vol 1-5 epub/pdf
(Download any selected or full)
Latest Update: Vol 5

If you are unable to download Click Here

Stay up to date On Light Novels updates by Joining
our DISCORD group

Comments 3

  • Actually decent.

    The “BL” aspects mentioned somewhere are completely fine and blending into the background.
    The main casts recognizes the MC as a girl halfway through the second volume anyway.

    Plot and writing is surprisingly decent, characters are okay, and most importantly, there is no extreme whiplash between good and bad events.
    Drama happens, misunderstandings happen, but its perfectly nice to read instead of quietly disturbing.

    Also, MC is not the only reincarnated person, and its fun.

  • Typical Reincarnated as a Villainess: Run off from the shitty situation; Fight your way up; Be true to yourself; Seduce the male lead accidentally because of her changes.

    Meanwhile, Cecilia: F*ck it! I’ll be one of with the male leads then!

  • Okay this trope might be all used and abused, my this definitely wins it all in my opinion. It is absolutely ridicules and funny. I genuinely had to stop and laugh. I am not sure haw to rate the story itself. There was definitely new spin on the story than the usual villainess trope, which made it interesting and engaging for me. Nothing revolutionary but fun nonetheless, I actually read it in one go. I personally found the writhing enjoyable, none of the too descriptive style, telling you everything as you are dumb.

    *Warning: this might be about a girl with a harem of boys but also a lot of BL as well, so if you don’t like, better not start it.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *