Volume 1 of With the Sheikh in His Harem had me laughing out loud through most of the story. I thought it might be hard for volume 2 to follow it up, but it didn’t disappoint.
Getting used to palace life and being covered in affection by Lui 24/7 is a full-time job for Sanagi. Her normal life has been turned upside-down with trips all over the world, extravagant gifts, and the anxiety of how much money is being wasted on her. To make matters worse, Sanagi is kidnapped by Lui’s brother, the Crown Prince Adil. Navigating this new life is already hard, but trying to fit into this family might be harder.
Volume 2 kept up the momentum that volume 1 had and it’s great. After meeting Adil, Lui’s older brother and the crown prince, in an *cough* interesting manner, Sanagi’s learned a lot about the position she’s in as part of the royal harem. There’s pressure for her to step aside, but this feisty girl isn’t ready to back down just yet.
With the Sheikh in His Harem volume 2 is full of everything a good rom-com needs: danger, excitement, luxury, jealousy, romance, laugh-out-loud moments, and heart. This sweet story just keeps pounding out all the feels. Just like with volume 1, it had me cackling and smiling all the way through.
Volume 3 isn’t out yet.
I’m addicted. I absolutely love this manga, and I need more of it. There’s really nothing else I can say except please go check it out!
Story and Art by Rin Miasa
Published by Kodansha Comics
Translated by Kevin Gifford
Lettered by Kyle Ziolko
Edited by Jordan Reynolds
A special thank you to Kodansha Comics for allowing us the opportunity to review this title. Receiving a review copy of this title has in no way altered the opinions expressed in this article.
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