From the moment she woke up in a foreign country, Dia knew she was fated for misery. With no memories of her past and unaccustomed to the language, she was taken in by a baron’s house. For four long years, she was beaten and abused with only the eldest son of House Knolls as a friend. But everything changed when the sadistic emperor of the Caios Empire, who was notorious for having a macabre hobby, barged into the mansion and gazed deeply into Dia’s eyes. From that moment on, she was whisked away into a gothic nightmare of blood and lust. Could Emperor Caire hold the key to unlocking Dia’s past?
First of all, this should be tagged with 'vampires' and at least one or two of the abuse warnings. Moving on from that (the important bits) A Tyrant's First Love is a strange story with a lot of underlying mystery and plot hiding in wait for those who can stick it out. Who is she? Where did she come from? Who is he? What is going to happen next? I give it props for plot, but it comes across as somewhat forced to me at the same time. Everyone acts so... weird. Can't say much without spoiling, but if I had to say one way or another, I didn't like it very much. Others might though, especially those who like blood. Like, just, lots of blood. And Vampires.
it starts with a maid that was abused for 4 years after she regained consciousness and had amensia, and gets picked by the emperor since she seems to have a history w him. it's quite interesting since we don't know much about her, and their history, on top of that she seems to have a power to order the emperor and he can't disobey, he's a vamp. they're all so pretty, and loavable.
Honestly, this needs a vampire tag. I did read in another review that this was about vampires but I was still surprised at how poorly the author introduced them. ~ Minor Spoiler ~ Story: An abused maid is taken by the emperor because she is the 'one he has been searching for'. The thing is, the emperor is a vampire and we don't find out until the chapters are in the double digits. It's strange because up until the vampire scenario, I was a little interested in the story. What I am trying to say is is that the manga was ruined by adding vampires. Things got really stupid when vampires were brought into the picture. Art: It's fine but the proportions are terrible and their faces are never shaped similarly. It's like the artist keeps changing their mind about the characters' head shapes. Characters: I'm going, to be frank, I hate the FL, Tia. Her personality is just so irritating but I can't put my finger on what irritates me so much. Overall: It was a pretty average manga, to begin with, but adding vampires only added stupidity. I must say this is a disappointment.
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