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Private Prince

Private Prince Series

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Tagged under Maki Enjouji, Series.

It's Prince Wilfred of Estolia's first visit to Japan and women are roaming around him day and night. One of them happens to be Miyako Sakuragawa, whose reason for chasing the prince is more...honorable than the others': since her dissertation focuses on Princess Ritsuko - who just so happens to be Wilfred's great-grandmother -, she tries to get Wilfred's help in finding more research materials.

Miyako isn't successful at getting Wilfred's attention, though, until her friend Chiri manages to sneak her into a private celebrities-only party. Even then, she embarrassingly collapses in front of Wilfred right when she's finally able to talk to him! Miyako later wakes up in the prince's private room and is surprised to find out that Wilfred is willing to help her...only to jump her the next second, demanding she "dispel his boredom" in exchange for the information! Miyako manages to get away, but the next day Wilfred approaches her with the request to be his friend and...to announce he's going to make her fall in love with him?!

Synopsis: pandemonium91

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pandemonium91 pandemonium91
8.25

Private Prince isn't necessarily a complete inversion of the "guy chases after girl" trope; it still relies on lots of genre-specific tropes, but the dramatic moments have a more mature tone to them thanks to Miyako's motivations and worries about her future, with love only coming in second most of the time. It's refreshing to see a more mature lead female, as well as selfishness in both main characters rather than just the guy (and not the female possessiveness that's normally passed off as selfishness in shoujo). The art is clean and pretty to look at, so overall I would recommend this to josei fans.

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