Real Bride~ {Diabolik Lovers}

Real Bride~ {Diabolik Lovers}

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asdfghjkl By secret_amour Updated Jul 26, 2014

Murakami Himeko is the descent of Japanese royalty and the "real" Eve. Turns out, Yui was only a sub for Eve. Himeko has more blood power running in her veins than Yui and has more than just the demon lord's daughter's heart. Since his sons seem already attached to Yui, Karlheiz decides to send the Eve to the Mukami household! (Ps, Himeko looks are based on Kaga Koko from Golden Time, but not exactly the same!!) [Please don't steal<3 I don't own diabolik lovers] {SLOW UPDATES (kind of)}

This lovely cover was made by the one and only @Mysticalis!!111!

  • alotofmistakes
  • anime
  • ayato
  • blood
  • book
  • diabolik
  • diabolikloversmoreblood
  • errors
  • idontevenknow
  • lovers
  • misspellings
  • mukami
  • ruki
  • sakamaki
  • shuu
  • slowupdates
  • toomanytags
  • vampires
  • words
  • yui
_Bellaxbeba_ _Bellaxbeba_ Jun 01, 2017
DESU DESU NIII
                              DESSUUUU DESUUUUU NIIIIIII *High Pitched Desu Desu squeals*
AriaNya1 AriaNya1 May 20, 2017
Three luggage cases for my witch things 
                              Two luggage cases for my sweets and candy
                              Three more luggage cases for my anime things.
                              Eight luggage cases for a two day vacation.
SkyDragon_ SkyDragon_ Oct 31, 2017
TOO BAD...
                              BUT IT'S TOO SWEET
                              BUT IT'S TOO SWEET
                              IT'S TOO SWEET....
                              (Boys meet evil)
Kurakii Kurakii Oct 22, 2017
Lmao. She got rejected. Although, im really not surprised at all.
xX_got_no_jams_Xx xX_got_no_jams_Xx Jul 09, 2017
OMG IM READING THIS AGAIN BUT IMMA SAY IT NOW: SHIZ ITS AYATO HES BAE MY ONE AND ONLY BAE HE WAS MY FIRST ANIME BAE LIKE BOIII
xX_got_no_jams_Xx xX_got_no_jams_Xx Jul 09, 2017
PLEASE DO SEND HER TO THE SAKAMAKI HOUSEHOLD I WANT AYATO TO SUCK MY BLOOD, NO ONE ELSE