The basic story is of a very prestigious all male school in Japan that has a rather odd custom. In order to inspire the student body to do its best (in sports and various activities) at least one first year student with pretty-boy looks is chosen to be a 'Hime' or princess. It just so happens that this year there are three such Hime and the story follows them around in their various tasks and events. If that was all the story was about it would be short and very boring but also the personal lives of the three Hime are explored. One is embarrassed to have to dress like a girl and is constantly worried about anyone outside of the school finding out about his 'job', while another has some issues with relating with his family that he needs to work out. The third Hime is an orphan that is trying his best (that he knows) to deal with a rather obsessed relative. The stories all deal with feelings or situations that most everyone (male/female) have dealt with in their life to some degree so I give it pluses for that. I also liked the fact many of the more obvious tropes and cliches are NOT explored in the series so again a thumbs up for the writer(s). Artwork is just okay, nothing ground breaking. For some relatively cheap and entertaining fun I have to recommend Princes*Princess Complete, but one word of warning for the homophobes out there, there is at least one Yaoi scene and others implied.
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