English Title: Of Dragons and Fae: Is a Fairy Tale Ending Possible for the Princess’s Hairstylist?
Japanese Title: 髪結師は竜の番になりました（やっぱり間違いだったようです） — “Kamiyuishi wa Ryuu no Tsugai ni Narimashita (Yappari Machigai Datta Sou Desu)”
Author: Tsukasa Mikuni — “三国司”
Illustrator: Yukikana (English Edition) — Aoi Fuyuko (Japanese Edition)
Translator: Molly Lee
Genre: Fantasy, Romance
Original Run: June 2019 – Complete
English Run: November 2019 – Complete
Japanese Publisher: PASH! Books (Shufu to Seikatsusha)
English Publisher: Cross Infinite World
Volumes in Japanese: 1 (Complete)
Volumes in English: 1 (Complete)
Average Price Per Volume: Kindle $8 – iBook $8 – Kobo $8
This series is currently digital-only.
“At last, I’ve found you, my Bondmate.”
As Flowerfolk, I never dreamed of having a fairy tale romance, but I also didn’t expect to be dumped three days after being confessed to by a dragon knight! Spurned and angry, I decided to devote my life to my work as the human princess’s hairstylist, only to find out that the princess was going off to dragon country to marry the Dragonkin prince and taking me with her. Now I have to serve in the same castle as that jerk who dumped me! The princess can have the fairy tale ending, I’m done with romance.
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