Dear My Girls

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Dear My Girls is a manhwa by Kim Hee-eun, based on the characters of Louisa May Alcott's Little Women. Elizabeth March is one of four daughters from a prestigious family. The only reason she stands out from her sisters' extraordinary beauty and talent is because she's talentless. After her acceptance into the same academy all her sisters are at, Elizabeth encountered a chain of interesting things including getting off at the wrong start with a rich boy named Adrian Avery. Dear My Girls is basically an alternate reality for the Victorian Era females.