At His Majesty's Convenience
Jake, a young businessman in New York, is called back to his homeland, Ruthenia, to succeed the throne and is followed by his personal assistant, Andi. Three years after the rebuilding of his country, Jake is pressured by this staff to get married within the month, by Independence Day. But at the daunting party where Jake must choose a future queen from the women of numerous powerful families, Andi gets into an accident and loses her memory! Unlike her usual brilliant but straitlaced self, Andi becomes naively charming. Then one day, the two are caught together by the media and Jake publicly announces that he is “engaged” to Andi.
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- Weird 2
- casandra 11/07/2016
This one was really weird. It was unique, but it was too odd for my taste. Manga is not really the correct way to put out a musical. It just didn't sit right with me. The art was good. The story was pretty much classical harlequin. The difference was the king had no spine, the girl had 2 personalities and they had her dancing around and singing most of the manga. It was obviously supposed to be funny. Almost like it was making fun of the traditional love story. But it didn't really go over well with me. Maybe some other people would like it better though.
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