The Demon and the Princess

The Demon and the Princess

by Necamijat

Warning This fiction contains:
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When the Great War ends, and one side asks for a Royal Marriage, Sophia's world turns upside down in a day as she's married off to an important Demon noble.
What will she encounter in the lands of the Demons? What will happen when cultures clash and prejudice causes discord? Lastly, how will she find happiness as the wife of a Demon, if such a thing is even possible?

Cover art: ngt (base picture) Kyleli (finalised).

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Table of Contents
79 Chapters
Chapter Name Release Date
Volume I, Prologue: The Treaty of Highpass ago
Volume I, Chapter 1: The Arrival ago
Volume I, Chapter 2: The Church of Light ago
Volume I, Chapter 3: The White Princess ago
Volume I, Chapter 4: The Choice ago
Volume I, Chapter 5: The Red Wedding ago
Volume I, Chapter 6: The Goblet of Fire ago
Chapter 7: The Royal Gardens ago
Chapter 8: The Dance with the Demon ago
Chapter 9: The Night Watch ago
Chapter 10: The Morning After ago
Chapter 11: The Language Barrier ago
Chapter 12: The Road Home ago
Chapter 13: The Arrival of Two ago
Chapter 14: A Welcoming Party ago
Chapter 15: A Small Meal ago
Chapter 16: A Tour Guide ago
Chapter 17: A Night Sky ago
Chapter 18: A Breakfast for One ago
Chapter 19: A New Dawn ago
Chapter 20: A Humble Beginning ago
Chapter 21: A Tired Mind ago
Chapter 22: A Chipped Horn ago
Chapter 23: A Question with an Answer ago
Chapter 24: A Tingling Sensation ago
Chapter 25: A Daily Ritual ago
Chapter 26: A Training Regimen ago
Author Announcement 1 ago
Chapter 27: A Summoning Letter ago
Chapter 28: Word of Travel ago
Chapter 29: Royal Blood ago
Chapter 30: Road to Capital ago
Chapter 31: Legends Only Tell ago
Chapter 32: What Lurks ago
Chapter 33: Joys of Travel ago
Chapter 34: Cold Welcome ago
Chapter 35: Guild Dinner ago
Chapter 36: Old Friends ago
Chapter 37: Green Horn ago
Chapter 38: Hallways ago
Chapter 39: Introductions ago
Chapter 40: Lilinlord ago
Chapter 41: Offer ago
Chapter 42: Pictures ago
Chapter 43: Missing ago
Chapter 44: Meeting ago
Chapter 45: Discipline ago
Chapter 46: Doubts ago
Chapter 47: Answers ago
Chapter 48: Rituals ago
Chapter 49: Darkness ago
Chapter 50: Mark ago
Chapter 51: Invited ago
Chapter 52: Dressing Up ago
Chapter 53: Nostalgia ago
Author Announcement 2 ago
Chapter 54: Special Guests ago
Chapter 55: (Non)Impressionable ago
Chapter 56: An unpresentable Present ago
Chapter 57: A Light Firefight ago
Chapter 58: Father's Folly ago
Chapter 59: Escalation ago
Chapter 60: Climax ago
Chapter 61: Mending ago
Volume II, Chapter 1: New Territory ago
Volume II, Chapter 2: Brief Farewells ago
Volume II, Chapter 3: New Discoveries ago
Volume II, Chapter 4: New Resolve ago
Volume II, Chapter 5: Leaps and Bounds ago
Volume II, Chapter 6: The Circle of Elders ago
Volume II, Chapter 7: Revelations ago
Volume II, Chapter 8: Bonds Bent ago
Volume II, Chapter 9: Customs and Custody ago
Volume II, Chapter 10: There and Back Again ago
Volume II, Chapter 11: Gut Instincts ago
Volume II, Chapter 12: Misconceptions ago
Volume II, Chapter 13: Bitten ago
Volume II, Chapter 14: Initiative ago
Volume II, Chapter 15: Morning Blues ago

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Let's be brutally honest

This is undoubtedly one of the best fictions on RRL, much better than many on the first page of the best ranked. 

That said I decided to be brutally honest with this review and point out all the flaws of this novel.

-Style: the style is consistent throughout the novel. The author adopts first person for all his POVs and the writing has a good flow. That said, the many jumps in POV in the chapters, sometimes in the middle of the same scene, are distracting and tend to break an otherwise perfect flow. 

-Story: this fiction is a romance, there are fantasy elements, obviously, but the plot all revolves around the interactions between the characters. This is not a flaw at all, it's a good romance novel, but, despite the struggle of the race differences and the struggles that come with them, it somehow fails to go over the simple "good". There aren't really any problems, it just doesn't manage to tug the hearth of the reader as much as it should. 

-Grammar: Necamijat's grammar is well above the RRL average, there are almost no mistakes, but the ever-present typo (usually no more than a couple per chapter) doesn't allow me to give this section a perfect score. 

-Characters: characters are the real focus of this novel, their interactions and their feelings are what make this novel what it is. That said, while every character is unique and well fleshed out, I'd expect more interactions between them in the form of dialogue. Everyone who has ever read my fic or knows how much I like the Monogatari series might think I'm a bit too much for dialogue but in a novel were the characters themselves are the story, I'd expect much more dialogue between them. 

Everything said, this fiction, while not deserving of a full 5-star score in the single categories, it certainly deserves it as an overall score. 

If you read it, you'll understand too. 


the only issue i have is the short chapters, but you make up for it in releases


Good old story-telling

I like it.


No fuss, complicated plot, technicalities, cultivation, zombies, skill points.


Just good old story-telling.


 Really good for a start. Descriptions are very detailed and the scenes flow like magic. Put simply as a prologue this has a high potential and its impossible to not get absorbed into the story. Characters are also well fleshed out and you can sense the individuality in both the main characters. Side characters arent really as well described but overall its excellent. Very few grammar mistakes I havent seen any to take note of yet. Hopefully this standard is kept and im cheering on for the author! Keep it up!


bitter sweet and delicious

Starting this i didnt know what to expect, nor' was i hopefull.  But this was a gem, sweet like vanilla with a bitter dark chocolate setting.  I, personally loved this story nothing cliche 'though cliche's arn't bad' it was a breath od fresh air.  I loved how you aproched the whole racial bias in such splendor, and i don't much care for 'sex' in novels, but you made it work.  i give it A+ 9.9/10.  i recammend it to any curious lurkers.  Well thats my terrable attempt at a reveiw.


So far one of my favorite stories on RR, its fun, interesting, and fresh. I'm hoping it will be more slice of life, romance with cultural exploration and a hint of adventure.


Demons, carnivorous vegetables and plant imps. 'Nuff said.

Happy Little Misery

Read the first 4 chapters. I am amazed and hooked up. Definitely worth binging this one whole night.



There are some characters you just don't like but most are great, not going to make this long, but, I recommend reading to chapter 61 and stop otherwise it give's you this empty feeling because volume II is hiatus atm. 

ps Volume II is not bad just hiatus


A story that just uncontiously hook you in.

The story feels like a fairy tale that just snuggle you right up but still have that bit of down to earth feeling. The descriptions are very well done and the flow is smooth. It is a little fast paced for my taste but not going to complain when I need my daily sugar intake. 

Keep up the good work!