What are some good yaoi mangas that involve marriage?

March 7, 2013 | By

Question by XD: What are some good yaoi mangas that involve marriage?
I'm looking for something similar to Hanayome-kun (which I couldn't find by the way, so it would be great if someone could send me a link to the English scanalations) where a man marries a man. I prefer the uke to be the "bride" but that is not a necessity. I like cutesy ukes and sexy semes. I would like the art to be pretty. Thanks.

Best answer:

Answer by Jozina
Royal Fiance

http://mangafox.me/manga/royal_fiance/

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Martin 5K ukulele
marry me uke

Image by uketeecee
HISTORY OF THE 5K

The original and only owner of this 5K was Elizabeth Eskridge (nee Nichols). Elizabeth was born in 1902, the daughter of William and Georgina Nichols of Pana, Illinois, USA. Elizabeth married James Eskridge in 1921. On one of Elizabeth's birthdays (which birthday is unknown!) her husband James (who had prospered and had become wealthy before the great depression) gave his wife Elizabeth *two* ukuleles as her birthday present. The Martin 5K and a Martin Style 0 ukulele as her player.

Elizabeth and her husband James were very outgoing and used to like to go camping, fishing and to parties with friends. They all played the ukulele in those days and apparently Elizabeth was quite an accomplished uker. In all these trips she took her Style 0 uke, which the family have decided to keep for sentimental reasons. According to the family it is very battered and worn. It shows lots of lots of strum-wear and needs attention. They have decided not to sell it.

The 5K, on the other hand, was kept in Elizabeth's closet in her bedroom and only brought out on special occasions. Even then it was very rarely played!

Over the years, James died and Elizabeth grew older. Apparently she forgot completely about the 5K in her last years and never mentioned it nor showed it to anyone. In 1990 she developed Alzheimer's disease and was taken into care by her immediate family. Soon after this her great nephew, Marc, was cleaning up her house and he discovered the 5K uke in its case buried deep in her closet underneath a pile of underwear. He also fould her player, the Style 0 uke in a drawer near her bed. Marc is not a ukulele expert and didn't know what he had found so he simply put both ukes into storage with lots of her other belongings while the family sold the house to pay for Elizabeth's care.

In the year 2000 Elizabeth died. Three years later at a family get-together, a friend of the family, Dave Painter, was telling Marc about his new career as Guitar luthier. Marc remembered the ukuleles and arranged for Dave to evaluate them. Even though Dave had played in the famous Canadian band in the 1980's 'The Ozark Mountain Devils' he was not familiar with ukuleles and didn't know what they were worth but he had recognised the Martin name and knew they must be quality instruments. Dave had the ukes appraised and in 2005 he set up his website advertising the 5K for sale. In late 2007, I contacted Dave and purchased the 5K directly from Marc Nichols, the great nephew of Elizabeth Nichols.

This 5K is truly in mint condition!

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