Since I Wasn't the Heroine
An important town on the Daqi Kingdom's northern border, Baicheng, was attacked by Beiyi using a strategy. Baicheng's guard Tang Yao led his followers in a valiant effort to fight back, but they were overpowered and all fell victim to sacrifice. Tang Ying, the second daughter, was the only one to live. The fact that his father gave his life in defense of the nation but was then accused of working with the enemy only makes Tang Ying furious. Tang Yingyi traveled to the capital to replace her father but discovered that things were more complicated than she had anticipated. Is Yuan Lang, the Daqi Kingdom's second prince who has been held captive for years, connected to Beiyi? Why is the woman acting so oddly while purporting to be herself? Is Yuan Lang, the Daqi Kingdom's second prince and long-time captive, connected to Beiyi? Why is the lady who is impersonating herself so oddly similar to herself? What ever became of the unearthly individual Yao Niang from the film department was referring to? There are also some oddly familiar recollections that jitterily surfaced. For Tang Ying to solve, there are just too many puzzles.
Ta Bu Dang Nuzhu Hen Duo Nian, 她不当女主很多年