The Prince's Cactus Summary:
It’s the 21st century and yet, there’s still someone referred to as a Prince!? Born to a small European country, of a royal mother and a father who is heir to a prosperous European shipping industry and descendant of Queen Victoria, Elian has been groomed to be the crown prince since birth. Elian is filled with natural confidence, to speak better of it, in his appearance and background, and his training as a crown prince has not helped his good temperament. To put it bluntly, he’s an arrogant person. One could even say that he was born conceited. Dania, on the other hand, is a girl who was abandoned by her father in pursuit of a woman, and has had to work for a living. However, when her sister gets married to Elian's father, she comes to attend the wedding in Greece. There she meets Elian for the first time... Elian: How could she make me lose face when I met her for the first time? She’s only a commoner! How dare she tell me what to do!? Why can’t Dania be like a proper female, sweet, innocent and adorable, instead of being like a cactus, full of thorns and prickling others?