The Legitimate Daughter Doesn’t Care!
The Legitimate Daughter Doesn’t Care!

The Legitimate Daughter Doesn’t Care!

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The Legitimate Daughter Doesn’t Care! novel is a popular light novel covering Comedy, Josei, and Romance genres. Written by the Author Mexico. 442 chapters have been translated and translation of all chapters was completed.

Summary

There was a big scandal in the Mu family.

The real daughter of the Mu family was switched by the nanny since she was a child. The Mu family didn’t bring her back from countryside until 17 years later!

After the true daughter returned – There was no affection, only sympathy.

The Mu family parents asked her, “We have a deep relationship with Yaoyao. We can’t let her lose face. We can only announce you as an adopted daughter to the outside world. You won’t blame us, right?”

Her fiancée also said: “My fiancée can only be Yaoyao! Get out of here country bumpkin.”

The attitude of her older brother Mu Qingyi was even more complicated.

Yet despite all that, the real daughter, Xu Xinduo, said indifferently, “It doesn’t matter.”

***

From a young age Xu Xinduo could swap bodies with a certain teenager. That teenager would always exclaim in an annoyed tone, “Let’s switch bodies, I just don’t feel like taking piano lessons.

Xu Xinduo helped the teenager to win various trophies, become a top student and honed his noble temperament and talent after taking over his body.

***

At a banquet, everyone in the Mu family watched as a rich young master strode towards Xu Xinduo and said, “Be my girlfriend, although you are from a small family… you are very beautiful.”

With a smile Xu Xinduo replied, “I’m starting to miss my parents already.”

Such a quick change of attitude?!

The romantic story of the indifferent real daughter x a filthy rich despotic young master

Note: Here “switching bodies” means swapping of souls. It’s temporary and doesn’t involve any physical changes.

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  • nonegvl 1

    good

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  • HectorA99 4

    i remember that i read this a long time ago, i stopped readin it at 390+ chap because i caugh up with the releasing chapters, i will reread this again now that the novel has finished, i have read lots of novels and this one its in my favorites

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    • Khalev 13

      When they swap bodies, what if he swaps when it is the time of the month.

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      • Spiniel_Sun 2

        He did swap bodies with her at that time of the month.😂😂

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      • Khalev 13

        😰😰😰

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      • Seraphielle 3

        I remember him.. switching bodies with her when she gave birth .. so she won't have pain.. ps. Not sure.. it's been a year since I read this

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      • Khalev 13

        😱😱😱😱😱

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  • Luccia 3

    I read a lot of novels, and most of them are good but this one certainly enters in the best category, it is definitely in the top 5 of a very very long list.

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  • Karmasabitch 1

    Not elite. It just happened that english is called the universal language. After all, not everyone has the capability to learn japanese, chinese, korean etc. But it's common sense that at least one can speak simple english in order communicate to other nationalities .

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  • GEMINI 4

    i read a lot of chinese,korean and japanese and they treat english as godly language like wtf?? also chinese president xi jinping just banned english lessons to public schools in china 0-0

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  • GEMINI 4

    i have a question, why is english considered a "elite" language to korea, china and japan? i just find it strange.

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    • Animo 10

      It all stems from the inferiority complex which was created after they were defeated by the British Empire.

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      • IgnotusM 8

        It's not an inferiorty complex. It's just econcomics. Say you wanted to do well in bussiness globally, or rather, you want to comunicate with others across the globe easily. Or say you just wanted to watch a lot of the media created in the West. What's language should you learn? Chinese, Spanish, French... or the lingua franca today: Englsih. There are tons of countries that were never defeated by the British that still want to learn English. Why? Because of the usability and power it holds. Just by learning English you've increase your job oppurtunities and the types of media you can consume. Rwanada, a former French colony, even changed thier offical second language to English for that reason.

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      • ChibiChiff 1

        The fact that English is a universal language is indeed common sense, partly because it is simple to learn. But in asian novels/dramas, knowing English is often treated as "godly skill" worthy of everyone's shock, praise and awe. Even if you don't know anything else, just throw a few English words with "pure British accent" (even if it's on a level of "My name is Bob") in whatever meeting and you will be treated like a "real genius". Maybe they have a hard time learning it because of language differences or smth, but knowing English is often really "overpriced" and it looks absurd. I guess just like it is common to think that "everything foreign is better", same with "foreign language is better"

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      • IgnotusM 8

        No, what you're not getting is that anyone knowing another language is interesting and cool in of itself. We're not talking about learning it as a kid, but learning it as an adult, taking language classes. That is impressive because it's hard learning a language, you don't speak every day. I took Spanish multiple years in High school, still can't speak anything, but the basics. Now imagine, a kid that knew no Spanish, and just by taking a few high school courses, they start to speak it well. That's like a genius. It's the same reason people think polyglots, are cool/interesting. In other words, it's not the English that's amazing, it's their ability to learn it easily, while their peers cannot.

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      • ChibiChiff 1

        Polyglots are cool, but other languages are just never mentioned. And English is not just a cool and useful skill but a symbol of status. Have you never met this situations in novels/dramas when someone is treated like country bumpkin because they don't know it (they are literally despised, be it kids or adults) or treated like nobles because they said a few words with barely understandable accent? It's everywhere. If you know other skills, then you are just another passersby, but if it's English, then you are elite genius. Maybe because studying and working abroad will also raise your status, so English is a necessity, but not everyone can learn it

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      • IgnotusM 8

        Yes, knowing a second language as popular as English is a status symbol. Again, for good reasons. Imagine you're a person that only knows Korean. You've limited who you can do business with to only Koreans. Remember, we're in a world of globalization now. This is not a Korean specific thing. I'm from Africa and knowing a second language is important. If you ever want the good jobs, or to do business deals with large companies, then knowing an international language like English is necessary. It's not an inferiority complex, it's just smart. Imagine you're hiring employees, one can only speak Korean, the other can speak both Korean and English. Imagine their resumes are basically identical, which one would you hire? Even if it's just something simple like being a cashier. Imagine how many tourists your English speaking employee can interact with. It's a class thing because the higher paying jobs, are the same jobs where you need to interact with outsiders even more.

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      • ChibiChiff 1

        What I meant is not that it is bad or anything. Any additional skills are good, but their love for English is a bit exaggerated. In my country learning English as second language is pretty much compulsory and everyone will know it to a certain extent, at least a few words. Even my grandma tried to learn just because it is useful. But in novels it is often praised not as must-have, but elite skill, like learning piano or calligraphy. For example in-laws despised the bride because of her low background, but then her aunt went on stage and congratulated her in English instead of Chinese and they don't despise the bride that much anymore. Even though her aunt is just a teacher and don't really use language skills anywhere else. But if she was physics teacher - no way she will get the same treatment. Such exaggeration is a bit absurd and really common, that's why I started talking about it

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      • IgnotusM 8

        It's simple. Just like learning an instrument is seen as amazing, learning a useful language is seen as admirable as well. Imagine, a person you never expected plays the violin adequately, you subconsciously start to think of them as talented. And learning Physics would do the same. It's just harder to show Physics aptitude than it is to show knowing a second language. How many stories of people being low class, but then solving a hard math/physics problem and changing their lives? Or how about this: The MC is sleeping or shows up late for class, the teacher calls them out and says solve this question on the board. And they solve a problem most of the others could not. That's a classic way of showing competence. in story. Also, learning a second language when you don't use it every day is even more of an achievement. So sure, she may be a teacher and not use it every day, but what that shows people is that she's smart enough to learn a second language easily.

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  • qi_eficiency 5

    I've been following this story for months now ...waiting to collect some chapters before finally reading it till the end ...but the updates are soooooo slow😭😭😭

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  • Zen_Lynx 4

    For those who are hesitating whether to read this or not, let me share you my thoughts regarding this. I'm male so i prefer reading stories where the mc is male too. It's not that i don't like female protagonist, it's just that when reading male protagonist stories, i can relate and kinda see my self in them. In fact, this is my first novel where mc is female yet I'm very excited. Anyway, if you're hesitating, let me give you an advice. To find your story, you must risk in getting your eyes dirty to find it. Just risk it, dive in, let's see if you will enjoy it.

    Edited: 2y
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    • Jiran 1

      You convinced me brother🫰🫰

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  • lnwUser96965 1

    Hello, fellow readers and future readers, If you are a reader who's whos quite as imaginative as I am. I suggest you look for the girl named Justina Xie as a portrayer of this Female lead for in my opinion she suits the character's persona

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    • Gelibeany 1

      Ahh thanks for the visuals. I now have a face for the female lead

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  • Daydreamer 1

    I rarely can stay up with Chinese novel, but this one, I can't wait to read the next chapter. I really hope it won't have thousands chapter ahead.

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