3 of 7 week Long Series Celebrating Manhwa Artist Wann.
This one of my favorite Manhwa’s by Wann I loved every minute of it and re-read it often. This is a typical romance manhwa and everything ends the way you actually thought and want it to end too. I never read a manhwa or manga and it actually ended the way I wanted it to this is why I love this one so much because no matter how many times I protest to the characters about their stupid decisions I know when I finish this it will end the way it should.
Summary: In a whirlwind narrative of vanity and conceit, Can’t Lose You is the story of two characters who come from opposite worlds but are united by the most unlikely of circumstances: Yooi is a desperate girl working day and night to earn pennies in hopes of one day paying off her father’s debts.
Lida comes from privilege and excess, the heiress to an unbelievable fortune and a marriage match she cannot wait to consummate. But when the two girls meet and discover the one thing they have in common is their identical faces their lives take an unexpected turn. As Yooi accepts the irresistible offer of becoming Lida’s double, she finds herself in over her head, being chased by assassins and falling head over heels for Lida’s fiancé. Meanwhile, Lida is completely unaware of the shocking revelation awaiting her.
Now if you have read this you know about Yool and Lida’s relationship to each other. If you haven’t then you should take some time out your day to read a good story like this one. Every twist and turn that is made in this story line brings everything together as the story progresses and with the characters backstory and the love triangle of Yool, Lida and Gaon it’s an interesting story being told about 2 young women and their fight for identity and love. I just refuse to spoil a good plot so I will not go in depth about all the goodness you could be reading yourself.
I am a hopeless romantic and that could be the reason that this on is my favorite and I feel strongly about. Whenever there is a strong female lead I stick with a book when I relate to the lead I finish the series. I highly recommend this one of Wann’s glorious collection because of it’s story line and art.