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Title(s): An Ark of the Prince
Ouji no Hakobune
王子の方舟
王子的方舟
Cage of Eternity
Author(s): ENJIN Yamimaru
Artist(s): ENJIN Yamimaru
Genres: Drama, Historical, Sci-fi, Shounen Ai, Yaoi
Start Date: 2003
Status: Completed
Summary:
1) An Ark of the Prince

2) The Direction Of The Ark

3) Treasure

4) Cage Of Eternity
Tomoyuki seeks revenge for the games Shibata played with his sister. Thus begins the Master and Pet game, but Shibata may have become too accustomed to the role Tomoyuki forced upon him.

5) Love Chocolate
A short sequel to Cage of Eternity where Shibata only wants one thing for Valentine's Day: Tomoyuki.

6) Wild Sons
As the sole heir of Flanagan, Vincent was to take on his father's role in maintaining the peace in a small town. Hed never expected Luke, the man who inherited his fathers name and a share of his fathers legacy. Will Vincent acknowledge Luke as his brother and someone with equal rights to Flanagans inheritance or will Luke die before he accomplished his sole purpose in that town?

7) Music At The Break Of Dawn
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