In the first chapter, we are introduced to the main characters of Ahmad and Nao. And to the concept of the Putri Harimau, a figure of legend who can unite people and get them to follow her, a figure with whom Nao is associated. In the second chapter, some tension gets added to the relationship because the prince might just be using an engagement with said Putri Harimau for political maneuvers. And then finally, in the final three chapters, we get a more substantial story involving plots and a succession dispute. During all of this, there is cross-dressing.
While I definitely found it sweet, it's worth noting how quickly Nao opened up his/her heart and fell completely in love. And it's not exactly clear why they fell for each other, other than just getting caught up in the atmosphere.