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A fierce war has raged between neighboring kingdoms Senan and Belquat for over 200 years, but that long period of turmoil is about to end. As a matter of custom, Nakaba, the royal princess of Senan, is sent to Belquat against her will as a peace offering, and arranged to marry the selfish Prince Caesar. Stranded in this inhospitable new land, Nakaba's sole confidant is Loki, her loyal dog-eared demi-human servant. But is he enough to help the girl navigate discriminatory customs, cruel nobility disgusted by her odd fiery red hair, and a strange new power awakening within herself?
Both manga are about the second prince and a princess from enemy countries who had to get in an arranged marriage in order to stop the war between their countries. At first the princess hates the prince, but starts warming up to him once she realizes he's not actually a bad person, although she feels quilty for liking the enemy.
They both involve arranged marriages between warring countries in order to make peace with each other. At first they pairs both hate each other but their relationship improves as the story progresses.
Both mangas are based on a marriage that is arranged so that the war between the countries would form peace.
The kingdom of Adarushan is locked in a heated war with its neighbor Castoria, and prospects of victory are bleak. In order to halt the rising death toll, the king of the country negotiates a political wedding between a Castorian princess and the king's half-brother, the illegitimate Prince Alexid. And although the prince isn't pleased about being ordered to marry, he obliges due to his unerring loyalty to his king. But he is shocked by the arrival of his bride-to-be – not only is Princess Justinia only ten years old, but she pulls a knife on him! With tensions rising between the two betrothed, can they learn to get along in order to stop the ongoing bloody war?
Both manga are about the arranged political marriage between the prince and the princess of two kingdoms that used to be at war. At first they don't get along but slowly they start to get to know each other better.