Aobara-hime no Yarinaoshi Kakumeiki (Redemption of the Blue Rose Princess)
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Name: Aobara-hime no Yarinaoshi Kakumeiki
Redemption of the Blue Rose Princess
Author: Kaname Roku
Artist: Futaba Hazuki
Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Shoujo
Manga Adaption: No
Volumes: 3 (Complete)
Description: The kingdom of Heileland had a long and proud history. However, during the night of the Star Festival celebrating the birth of the kingdom, Queen Alicia was stabbed through the chest as a rebel army stormed the castle.
Her beloved king had abandoned the people and fled with his favorite mistress. Alicia should have died in the depths of despair, reviled as the “Courtesan’s Poisonous Rose”, but for some reason, she was given a second chance at her life.
On her 10th birthday, she suddenly regained memories of the night of the uprising. In her redo-life, Princess Alicia began to ascertain what happened through the chaos. In a strange twist of fate, Alicia ran into the bishounen who had killed her in her previous life: Clovis.
The princess, to whom fate had granted a second chance, in order to avert the gruesome future awaiting the kingdom, must work together with the would-be leader of the revolutionaries, Aide-to-the-Princess, Clovis.
A novel with the 'Evil Queen' setting I totally like. Well... at the beginning. The protagonist get's the chance to redo her life and this time she wants to make it right. I can't say really more, since I don't know much of it's contents, but this novel sounds really interesting, the art is totally pretty too (and there are even color illustrations) and I already like both the protagonist and male lead, their appearances are just stunning (I've never seen a female protagonist with such unique features like the blue hair in light novels... only with silver hair, which gets a bit boring over the time.). The length of this novel is quite short too, so for readers who like short series more, this one would be quite nice, the same goes probably for licensing.
Claire Lilly last edited by Claire Lilly
Haha, I'm slowly getting bored of the always silver, white or platinium blonde haired heroines too (nearly each novel has them), so this one is really refreshing and the story sounds good too (again you've got me already hooked up with the 'Evil Queen' setting).xD