With the appeal of a classic drama historical Otome game this first volume sets the stage up nicely as our heroine is displayed as a no nonsense bodyguard to a Prince with a borderline sociopath personality. Sheila admits that Curtis once threw her off a cliff and she survived lol. Déguisée en soubrette, Sheila devient ainsi le garde du corps d'Edward, le prince héritier du trône de Luxonne. Ces derniers l'ont entraînée afin qu'elle devienne l'une d'entre eux. Et pourquoi Sheila a-t-elle accepté de conclure un marché avec lui? However I wish the series was longer because I would like to know if things ever get resolved between her and Curtis or will he always be a shadow in her past? While the plot is the more important, it struggles to establish itself properly because of some erratic jumps, and pacing problems. Sheila is a maid that exclusively serves Prince Edward.
But then I start to wonder how often is he asking her this? Maybe it was the high expectations, but I was severely disappointed with this book. She is undoubtedly charmed by his dorky self that she even stays at an inn with him pretending to be drunk along with him one night :lol:. Ce qui m'a le plus g Mon avis : Après Alice au Royaume de Cœur, QuinRose nous revient avec une toute nouvelle série, Crimson Empire avec cette fois, Hazuki Futaba au dessin. Regretfully neither of the princes gets much page time, as the book is much more interested in introducing all of the other contenders for Sheila's heart as well as a couple of her fellow maids, giving this the feeling of a set up. After hanging around Sheila long enough he falls in love with her and has to try to figure out a way to make her his despite knowing her loyalty towards Edvard. I am glad most of the lose ties were strung together. The third bad end has Medusa from the assassin guild, a former coworker of Sheila, come to kill her.
The backgrounds are detailed and the clothing is fun and historic. Due to this Sheila is constantly tired due to lack of sleep. To view it, This book has a strange plot line. The story has it's charm. This is, however, a bit of an annoyance when simply trying to read a book.
Sheila now must defend Edvard's life at all costs while interacting with other handsome men who are varying degrees of dangerous. When I saw QuinRose had a new manga, I was really excited. Et le démon Mikaël dans tout ça? This website has been made specifically for manga lovers who want to read all kinds of manga online, manhwa and even manhua. Sheila tsuntsuns for a bit but then gives in to her feelings for him. Elements of both are present throughout the story, adding an element of the unknown to the tale. And for those who like traditional maiding like , there's not a whole lot of that either. .
Edvard is the heir to the kingdom but it's his older brother Justin that takes the scene and oozes romantic possibilities. After putting on a dress she sits in his lap by the fireplace to dry off lol. The characters either look extremely different from each other or too similar to tell them apart adding to the problem I mentioned earlier. I had really enjoyed , so I figured I'd really like this one. I used to get the books every month, but it slowed down significantly. Justin also has a complex with his younger brother Edvard.
I'm looking forward to reading the next volume and I'm looking forward to even more stories that might come out by QuinRose in the future. Now firmly established, Sheila is the head maid for Prince Edvard, heir to the throne, a position that serves as cover for her true job of bodyguard. De plus, l'intrigue n'avance pratiquement pas et au final je suis un peu restée sur ma faim avec plein de questions auxquelles ce premier tome n'apporte aucune réponse. What I disliked: the inundation of new characters coming from left right and center. I also am kinda confused what the demon has to so with most of the story. Rushed, the story relies a little on the fact that you've played the game or have knowledge of the world and it's characters, making assumptions as you go.
En effet, les intrigues et les complots à la cour m'ont toujours fascinée et j'étais donc très curieuse de découvrir ce que QuinRose nous réservait dans ce manga. When you go to a comic store or other book store their shelves are limited by the space that they have. What I fail to see is the romance between her and Edvard. Following the story of Sheila, a young woman who appears as the head maid to Prince Edvard, Shelia has a dark past. While I hoped that we could've gotten more moments between Sheila and Edvard I appreciated the epic conclusion of it all.
They have a strange relationship with her working for one of the princes but not likening the other one. She met a demon while she was at the slaver's place who told her that she would be successful. Hazuki Futaba's art is okay, though it gets covered in speech bubbles so you don't see enough of it to judge. The maid team supports Sheila and say they will do anything for her no matter what her decision is. As the three continue their dance of courtship and skkullduggery, Sheila must come to terms with her own true feelings.
She is all-purpose at work, but awkward when she is off. . Sheila has a lot of potential as a character, as do both Justin and Edvard, and the main thing that seems to be holding the story back is an attempt to cram in every single character from the game. Or maybe it matches the pacing of the game. He even tells her that he has fallen for her — as a matter of fact. . Sheila is a strong heroine literally and the characters are all interesting, in particular Justin wow, no surprise that I'd like him the best.
If you have questions about anything or advertising, please contact us at. When you go to an online site to read Manga those limitations don't exist. This manga relied on some 'about' bubbles at the beginning for who the cast was, then made sure each got several pages of 'time' with our heroine. But you immediately start to sympathize with him after you get the first couple of hints that he had a fucked up childhood. One of the reasons the game took so long was a lot of scenes have that usual quinrose problem of going on and on past their expiration date.