Someday My Prince Will Come by Hiroto Kujirada

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One day, Mizuki gets rejected by school prince and student body president Seima Takajo. While sobbing his eyes out behind the school, he meets Fuji, a fierce-looking upperclassman who wears a surgical mask. The older boy is awkward, yet kind as he desperately tries to comfort Mizuki. “I want to tell Seima how I feel, so help me!” Mizuki says, demanding Fuji’s cooperation. Despite his appearance, Fuji’s actually pretty soft, and he even thinks the sharp-tongued, mischievous Mizuki is cute. At some point, Mizuki starts losing track of his goals… Fierce, weak, and sickly, can a prince with a triple handicap find happiness with a mischievous “princess” of a boy!?
Includes a bonus page and a bonus digital-only page.

 

CreatorHiroto Kujirada
Japanese Title
Japanese Title (Romaji)Ouji-sama Dochirasama
Japanese PublisherJULIAN PUBLISHING
English PublisherYou’re My Princess

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1 review for Someday My Prince Will Come by Hiroto Kujirada

  1. Yuzu ☆

    A spin-off sequel to You’re my princess and in my opinion easily surpasses it’s parent story.
    The main character of this book is the mean love rival bully from the first series who now feels terrible about what he did but still can’t give up on his crush. He wants to apologize and woo him and ends up getting help from an antisocial and totally not his type emo guy. As expected, they accidentally start to have feelings for each other but things don’t come easy even when our main character decides to give up on his past crush.

    The romance between the main leads was very sweet and casual, somewhat naturally developing so I liked it a lot. However, my favorite element of the story was how the main character was coming to terms with him being a bully and trying to collect courage to apologize and atone for his past actions. His struggles felt real with how the road wasn’t all straight and he had to take steps back even after he thought that everything was fine, so I really wanted to root for his success. I’d say it was the self-growth of the character that made this very re-readable for me. Although I did enjoy the romance too a great deal and hoped to see more of them together after they started dating.

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