"Starting today, I will formally become the king of this Kingdom of Friedonia."
Having returned from the Union of Eastern Nations and rested awhile, the ceremony that will turn Souma from a provisional king to the true king is rapidly approaching. Because Souma's marriage to his fiancées is to be held on the same day, the capital gets more lively than ever!
Meanwhile, using his own marriage as an impetus, Souma encourages his retainers to get married, too. Those who are already engaged to be married, those who aren't ready to be husband and wife yet, those who haven't even recognized their own love—Souma shows concern for all his retainers' different circumstances...
The revolutionary administrative fantasy series, volume ten!
While this isn't the best, it's ending is redeemable
I've been reading all of the books in order, and this was the first one I was honestly bored by. You could skip this volume and not miss anything major. Really there is just some character development, but it isn't much to write home about. However, the final chapter Bonus Story: The Happiest Queen of All, is honestly one of my favorite stories so far. So I don't regret buying this. If you have the money and you enjoy stories about weddings and such, get this. But if you want to skip this volume, you won't be missing anything big story wise
Lots of weddings, 2+ girls for nearly every boy (chauvinish), and little great thought. Trite tripe.