A New York Times’ bestseller with gorgeous, eye-catching art and a romantic storyline that’s addicting to read.
Princess Nakaba of Senan is forced to marry Prince Caesar of the enemy country Belquat, tantamount to becoming a hostage. While Caesar is pleasing to the eye, he is also selfish and possessive, telling Nakaba outright: “You are my property.” With only her attendant Loki at her side, Nakaba must find a way to cope with her hostile surroundings, her fake marriage...and a mysterious power!
Princess Nakaba of Senan and Prince Caesar of Belquat only married each other for the sake of peace between their two warring countries, yet the two find themselves drawn to each other. As political forces threaten to tear their world apart, and with Caesar’s departure to Belquat, the couple separates. Now Nakaba must navigate the treacherous court of Senan by herself, including deciding how to handle her new husband, Prince Adel! Will Nakaba be able to use her Arcana of Time power to take control of Senan?
Reads R to L (Japanese Style) for teen audiences.
About the Author
Rei Toma has been drawing since childhood, but she only began drawing manga because of her graduation project in design school. When she drew a short-story manga,Help Me, Dentist, for the first time, it attracted a publisher's attention and she made her debut right away. Her magnificent art style became popular, and after she debuted as a manga artist, she became known as an illustrator for novels and video game character designs. Her current manga series, Dawn of the Arcana, is her first long-running manga series, and it has been a hit in Japan, selling over a million copies.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Awesome series!!! At first i got bored by the thrid book, but i eventually found myself wanting more. The love part of the manga slowly dissapears as mystery and suspense take its place. An amazing manga, and i how the author makes more in this series. 10 out of 5 stars!! (200% !!!)
So with this one, I appreciate the recap, since I had forgotten what had happened in the last volume. But I did find this one much better. And liked that the story hadn't stalled but has more happening and you get an idea on what will be brought up again in the next volume. And more Loki is a plus. I like that with this and Dengeki Daisy that you can breeze through and want the next volume. Then you find, you're caught up with the recent volume and have to wait. And wait. And yeah, really good volume.
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