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Description
From Anime-tion Scanlation:

Erika lied to her friends about having a boyfriend by showing a picture of an anonymous guy who turned out to be a schoolmate of hers and was shortly recognized by her friends. Their conversations then was overheard by the guy, Sata Kyouya. Erika went to explain and proposed her idea of faking as lovers. However, Sata who gave off the nice-charming feelings guy turns out to be a black prince and used her reasons to blackmail her instead.

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Associated Names
オオカミ少女と黒王子
狼少女与黑王子
ยัยหมาป่ากับเจ้าชายเย็นชา (Thai)
Wolf Girl & Black Prince
Wolf Girl and Black Prince

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Status in Country of Origin
11 Volumes (Ongoing)

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No

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Average: 7.9 / 10.0 (391 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.82 / 10.0
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Last Updated
December 16th 2014, 8:32am PST

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Year
2011

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Serialized In (magazine)
Betsuma (Shueisha)

Licensed (in English)
No

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Weekly Pos #167 increased(+9)
Monthly Pos #77 decreased(-34)
3 Month Pos #56 increased(+37)
6 Month Pos #102 increased(+117)

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Where to start...   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by Raine-san
November 9th, 2014, 3:33pm
I thought I might say something about this manga, so maybe people can try giving it a second thought.
I started reading this since it started and I just did it because I found amusing how the author took the clichés and made them in a refreshing way. I took it from the new perspective, not the annoying one, and that decision makes a difference I think. I just wanted to laugh. Then it started to get annoying for different reasons. I didn't get to understand
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if he even really liked her or how he even came to like her

But as the story progresses, and even among the dumb actions the female lead takes, there was certainly development and at some point, I started to see an interesting idea, placed under all that. Having noticed that, I thought that even if the story was conducted in an idiotic way, it was actually a pretty good story. I think you have to be unprejudiced though, since there are so much bad stories out there, that some times we don't even want to get near one that can be among those. But i really despise stupid female leads, and I also hate jerk male leads, and also, that combination is specially annoying for me. But I don't think this female lead is stupid, even if she looks like it
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I actually think she has an amazing ability that makes her stand at the same level than kyouya in a really ironic way
and also, even if he is a jerk, I wouldn't say he is the kind of jerk he seems.
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how I see it, he sees in Erika what I said earlier, and some things show that more than being a jerk, he has a problem of character. And that is actually an interesting to see it... also, when you come to understand the story from his point of view, then you can see he liked her since way earlier than what you might have thought

I reread from the beginning and enjoyed it much more after that. I think this is a good manga. It's cute in an unexpectedly refreshing way, and is also serious in a way most people don't believe xD
if you hate stupidity in all its forms, don't read it, but if you think you can be understanding, then give it a shot and maybe you'll discover some sweet and nice characters here, hidden behind the comedy.

... Last updated on November 12th, 2014, 10:31am
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Let me just say...   
Rating: N/A
by bendetto
July 29th, 2014, 4:21am
..how much I truly,truly,truly love this manga to bits. It is cliche, yes, but somehow I can't get myself to hate it.
For one, Erika is too adorable for words. I just love her cute expressions and despite being a complete dunce for her beloved,(which is probably the only thing she is capable of,btw.)she is always just so positive in every situation. Kyouya, handsome on the other hand, is the biggest tsundere and a total ass no idiot would seriously put up with. (Unless you are an Erika,who would much rather stay an idiot to salvage a fake romance). Lots of cringe-worthy scenes and dialogues as well, so better be prepared.
Then again, this IS a shoujo manga. You remember you're not supposed to take this seriously,so expecting some realistic turn of events would be rather unrealistic for this genre as well. Not that I'm saying it's not possible at all.
Ookami just managed to execute these well, and that just did it for me. It's direct, no angst (thank god for that too.) funny and light-hearted.

And just in case you feel as if tearing your hair out of frustration because of their hopelessly 'cold' relationship, trust me, it gets way better in the later chapters.
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I CAN'T...   
Rating: N/A
by Aoi-Tenshi
May 8th, 2013, 11:49pm
OH GOD. I. JUST. CAN'T. I stopped at chapter eight. Maybe, I will continue someday but that someday is probably not in the near future. I initially tried it because the summary seemed interesting and the art was pretty nice-looking and the girl on the cover didn't seem like a dim-wit--turns out, she is MUCH MORE THAN A DIM-WIT. I CAN'T STAND READING THIS. IT IS LIKE RUNNING THROUGH WATER. SLOW AND DRAGGING YOU DOWN BY EVERY STEP. I am not entertained by this--almost not at all. Urgh. I don't get any joy out of reading this and I read manga for the feelings of happiness and engrossed state of mind I get out of reading well written works--this--THIS ISN'T IT. I feel bored and all I can do is hate on the main girl. I can't even remember what her name is anymore and I just read it. I hate her guts, her personality (or lack thereof), and don't even get me started about her logic, morals, and OHH GOD--HER FRIENDS (if you can even call them her friends). Her friends and her have almost close to no compatibility (save for their also lack of personality and fake-ness). I thought this kind of false friendship would be carried out like it was in Ao Haru Ride, where Futaba finds out that she doesn't need her fake friends and gets herself REAL HONEST TO GOD FRIENDS WHO CARE ABOUT HER. That's it, I have a lot more to say but I don't feel like spending so much time on this. Honestly.

... Last updated on May 8th, 2013, 11:50pm
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Perfect for the masochist in me.   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by elliemoran
July 10th, 2012, 11:02pm
I personally like stories like this, where:

- Main (gorgeous) protagonist is cold, selfish, insensitive.
- He's all mean to the girl/guy in love with him.
- Veeeerrrry slowly comes to realize that he actually likes having that girl/guy around.
- is occasionally nice to guy/girl, but behaviour mostly follows the pattern of mean-mean-horrible-realizeshesgonetoofar-nice-mean.
- and this repeats.

This type of story makes my heart hurt, but I happen to enjoy that particular feeling once in a while. Not to everyone's taste.

... Last updated on July 10th, 2012, 11:24pm
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Ehh... annoying?   
Rating: 3.0 / 10.0
by meggicchi
July 6th, 2013, 6:45am
Typical shoujo. I admit at first, I rather liked it, because I thought the situation was amusing, but their relationship doesn't develop at all, I mean, at some point:
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you would think Kyouya would act like a normal boyfriend, but no, he can't stop treating Erika like a dog, and Erika accepts - likes it even.


As much as handsome Kyouya is, it is not a reason to date him, their relationship is so superficial it's annoying. Erika was kind of endearing at first, but since she accepts the way Kyouya is treating her... she has no self-respect and is just dull.
I don't know why shoujo mangakas keep making stupid main protagonist, ending up with some jerk. They may be handsome and smart but why would you keep dating a guy who treats you like s**t? I wouldn't!

Also, just finished reading Ch23 and this part:
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"If I were to be a Gorilla Man, you wouldn't even look my way, right?" just proved the superficiality of their relationship. Erika only likes him for his looks.


So yes, I'm disappointed with this shoujo, since I generally like the series from Betsuma, this series actually would have suited Sho-comi better imo :c

... Last updated on July 6th, 2013, 6:47am
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Not for the feminist or "strong female lead" reader...   
Rating: N/A
by follybaby
July 3rd, 2012, 5:43pm
In my opinion, the male lead is a total bishie... but only look-wise. His personality is overly cold and anti-social. Normally I really like those cliche male leads that are pretty and stand-offish, but this crosses a line. The way he treats the female lead is, at times, ridiculous. A couple of times throughout the story you may find yourself wishing that one of the other characters would just smack him.
That being said, this manga is definitely not for any readers looking for a physically strong, smart, female lead. Also, she may be emotionally strong... but it's to the point of masochism.
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Horrible. Cliche. Worst female lead   
Rating: N/A
by mskiddkidd
January 10th, 2013, 7:16am
This story is about a female lead with no backbone whatsoever. I read to the end of volume 2 and couldn't stand it anyway. The guy is a jerk to her and she falls in love with him and go about to get him to like her. The artwork is good but not enough to keep me going. Story line is rushed and I cant even connect to the characters. The only development I see is on the guy but the stupid female lead is so uncool and stupid that I'm dropping this.
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I....don't know   
Rating: 6.5 / 10.0
by Alwerien
January 26th, 2013, 6:21am
As someone else said, from the cover I was also hoping the heroine would have some backbone to her. But she is just M beyond while also being a hypocrite over it. She gets mad he is mean to her when she is all shallow to keep her so-called friends? I felt really bad for San-chan, the one decent character.
I suppose I like Kyouya, even if he is mean. All because I feel like she deserves it for being all so stupid with no real character development. Please, get some. Stop obsessing over what being a couple should be like and stop being so horribly shallow, Erika. And all those unnecessary things she does. Sigh.

Either way, it's not that bad. It's just another generic shoujo. If you like the cliché ones, you will like this. At the very least, the art is good. And San-chan and Takeru are good. ... ... ... They should meet and hook up and then it should center on them and then it wouldn't be so bad anymore. Nvm, not happening.

... Last updated on January 26th, 2013, 8:29am
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Hot Gimmick-y   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by flowinmyboat
November 22nd, 2012, 10:29pm
For people who liked Hot Gimmick, this is a less plot-oriented version of it. It's a guilty pleasure manga that's oriented towards a certain kink.

It satisfies that masochist inside, I guess, with a bit of "oh-I've-managed-to-change-him" satisfaction.

... Last updated on November 22nd, 2012, 10:31pm
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Decent enough   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by ChildofSecrets
August 30th, 2013, 10:32pm
It is not bad and is less cliche then the premise holds, as in cold attractive guy x simpleton average girl (though the premise alone is still horribly cliche). Why? Because it's comically centered - there is hardly any real drama. All conflict is eventually resolved rather peacefully instead of dragging on (which is good). This cliche'd premise actually works, but still can't go above and beyond that.

Liked: The characters stay true to who they are. Kyouya is cold but can also be reasonably considerate. It's the same with Erika. She's sort of too eager/ditzy (like a dog) but can also be reasonable by compromising. It's these good and bad things about both of them that make them balanced (somewhat normal) people (as well as making their relationship work).

Disliked: Scattered plot-line = boring. Unfortunately this is what makes it a so-so series. So far the whole of the plot is just using side character mini-arcs as temporary conflict sources and jumping around from random situation to situation. It's sort of episodic and wishy-washy. Since the story lacks dramatic tension (to utilize humor), there's really not much more to go off of. I'm also saddened to see the side characters left in the shadows after each arc... they might as well be main characters! :<

But the story IS solely about Erika and Kyouya - aka "Wolf Girl and Black Prince". So if you like them and them solely, this will do. To me, it's a nice story pass to time with~

... Last updated on September 3rd, 2013, 9:58pm
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