Melissa is a young woman training to be an attendant in the royal castle, working alongside the heroic dragon knights and their magnificent dragon steeds. The dragons love Melissa, and she’s soon selected to join Hubert–former captain of the dragon knights and newly appointed earl–in the borderlands, where wild dragons roam freely in the skies. Might romance blossom between Melissa and this handsome young lord, whose new position brings with it a whole host of dilemmas?
Source: Seven Seas
The Dragon Knight's Favorite is a tale of a girl who since childhood loved dragons and they loved her back. She has spent all her time feeding and caring for the dragons belonging to dragon knights of the kingdom, but now that she's of age, she's going to have to get a different job for a couple years. Also, as she finds out, the knight of her favorite dragon is going to be leaving as well! Of course the solution is for that knight to hire her to work around a bunch of dragons, right? A tale of dragons, romance, and walls of text! Really, it might as well be a novel. Also, idk if you'd call it a sub-genre or a tag or a trope but also 'Fake/Pretend Relationship' which drives me crazy. And I couldn't really find myself liking the characters, and I wasn't really drawn into/hooked on the story as is, so I dropped it after a few chapters. That said, the art is very stylized and well done. Definitely the highlight of the manga- it would've been great if every bubble wasn't huge and packed full of text. Detracts from the 'manga' feel of it. Manga should be for light, casual reading. I read novels when I want novels.
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