What was happy ever after? What was the ultimate happiness? Cinderella was believed to live happily ever after with her prince charming at the end of the midnight magic. They got married and died still smitten in love. Or so they said. Was it the truth? Oh. It was all a lie. In this world, there was no such thing as living happily ever after. True love was a form used to trick and wound. What man would not fall for beauty? After his girl's beauty faded, he would search for another. If an enchanting beauty sought him, he wouldn't resist. Cinderella didn't believe this at first. But when she was abandoned, deposed, and schemed against by her very husband and his new love, she knew that it was too late for her to change anything. Cinderella didn't live happy ever after. Cinderella suffered until death relieved her of her pain. When Cinderella opened her eyes after her death, she was in her 15-years-old body. Everything was still fine. Her dad was alive, and she didn't have any stepmother and stepsisters yet. The magic had not yet been cast, and vows had not been said. She was not as stupid as she was before. She went back in time. She was reborn. She was given another chance in life. "Prince? F*ck off, I don't want to see your s**tty face." -a certain beauty. "Who said I want to go to that damn banquet? Old hag, you must be blind. Oh, and I don't need your fake magic, for I am a magician myself." -a certain young lady. This is a legend about riding the fate wheel. This is a story about revenge. This is a tale about love. This is Cinderella Rebirth.