English Title: Apparently It’s My Fault That My Husband Has the Head of a Beast
Japanese Title: 旦那様の頭が獣なのはどうも私のせいらしい — “Danna-sama no Atama ga Kemonona no wa Doumo Watashi no Seirashii”
Author: Eri Shiduki
Illustrator: Kasumi Nagi
Translator: David Evelyn
Genre: Romance, Comedy, Shoujo, Fantasy
Original Run: September 2016 – February 2017
English Run: November 2018 – January 2019
Japanese Publisher: Ichijinsha Bunko Iris (Ichijinsha)
English Publisher: J-Novel Club
Volumes in Japanese: 2 (Completed)
Volumes in English: 2 (Completed)
Average Price Per Volume: Kindle $7 – iBook $7 – Kobo $7 — Nook $7
Note: Also available to read online through a J-Novel Club subscription. This series is currently digital-only.
Synopsis: Love Is a Beastly Business! Rumor has it that Princess Rosemarie is an antisocial shut-in, but the truth is far stranger. The young princess hides from the world because of a strange condition: whenever someone expresses a negative emotion, she sees their head transform into that of a fearsome beast. It seems there’s no one in the dishonest world of courtly manners she can trust… until she meets Prince Claudio of Baltzar, whose features remain ever human. The two marry at once, but she learns too late that his human features aren’t thanks to a kindly nature. Claudio has become a very real beast, all because of Rosemarie’s accidental theft of his mana many years prior! Claudio’s life and future are on the line until he gets his mana back — and Rosemarie would give anything to know how to do it. Will they break their mutual curse in time for Rosemarie to get home for tea, or will Claudio lose his temper first? Find out in this new romantic fantasy.
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- Little Princess in Fairy Forest — fantasy, fairy tale
- My Next Life as a Villainess — romance, comedy
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