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Prince no Shukumei  
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Back in her lush, beloved Carramer, Carissa Day purchased the perfect B and B for raising her babies-to-be. Trouble was, an aristocratic "intruder" proved she'd been swindled -- her new home was actually his royal lodge. Worse, he proved to be Carissa's teenage crush, Eduard de Marigny, Marquis of Merrisand -- now more irresistible than ever.

Penniless and pregnant -- with triplets! -- Carissa had to flee. Eduard, however, had other ideas. Namely, a partnership giving Carissa a title and protection -- and giving him an instant heir. Still, even with reignited passion burning between them, even with a kingdom at her feet, could Carissa wed her first and only love -- and forever forsake having his heart?


Third of the Carramer Legacy Sub-Series:

1. Crowns and a Cradle (2002)
English version via Renta!

2. The Baron and the Bodyguard (2002)
English version via Renta!

3. The Marquis and the Mother-To-Be (2002)
English version via Renta!


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Associated Names
Fate of the Prince
Prince no Shukumei - Carramer no Yumemonogatari III
The Marquis and the Mother-To-Be

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Latest Release(s)
v.1 c.5 (end) by Shojo Manhwa Scans over 5 years ago
v.1 c.4 by Shojo Manhwa Scans over 5 years ago
v.1 c.3 by Shojo Manhwa Scans over 5 years ago
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1 Volume (Complete)

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Average: 7.6 / 10.0 (44 votes)
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June 30th 2016, 12:48pm PST



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Wait, what?   
Rating: 6.3 / 10.0
by Marian5390
March 21st, 2014, 2:50am
This is a harlequin. ...And yet...
It was actually enjoyable? What just happened there? o_o
But in all seriousness, it was actually good. I found myself smiling really widely towards the end.
The characters were just so cute, especially the male lead! ^^

Okay, entering manga critic mode:
So, let me just start off by saying: that description is awful. It does not portray the manga very well at all. Because of that (and the manga's harlequin status) I went in expecting a forceful, borderline-rapist-type male lead.
So imagine my shock and delight when I got the exact opposite! The male lead is respectful, kind and caring. He's really cute.
As for the female lead; she wasn't all that remarkable - a bit stronger (emotionally and physically) than your average shoujo or josei female lead, but that's about all that set her apart. ^^'
But even more than the plot, (which I could actually stomach! *cue applause*) what sets this apart from most other harlequin manga is the art. Not only was it *NOT AWFUL* there were actually many points where I enjoyed it and/or found it cute! ^^
However, despite all that sets it apart from other *harlequin* manga, I would not recommend it to anyone. It wasn't bad, it just isn't really all that remarkable. It's amazing by harlequin standards, but hey, harlequins are a pretty low standard. xD
So basically, if you're bored and are in the mood for something cute-ish with rather unique art, give it a go. But if you have a huge wishlist full of things you might rather be reading instead, you should probably skip this one. Unless all you've ever read are harlequin manga, this doesn't really bring anything new to the table. ^^
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Okay - oh but the art!   
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by WereKitty81
July 29th, 2013, 10:14pm
It's nice and short with a little ancient legend thrown in. I think the hardest part for this was the artwork. All close-up shots were fine, but the regular action drawings (eating, talking, walking, even sitting) were no so much. It was distracting to have super detail on her eyes for all the close-ups, but almost not detail for everything else.
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