Mattana is the young and beautiful royal descendant Mom Ratchanigoon from Thailand. She is forced by her parents to marry the prince of Raya, Prince Makee. Prince Makee's father, King Inthra, and Mattana’s father, Thammarath, were university friends who promised one another to have their children marry once they become of age. Mattana refuses to marry a man she hardly knows and love. When Prince Raya’s royal bodyguard, Kamin, goes to Thailand to pick Mattana up, she disguises herself as Kaew, the horse face, and tries every trick in her book to get loose from having to go to Raya and get married to the prince, including telling Kamin she has androphobia. Her fear of men was due to an incident where she was once kissed so hard and forcefully that she almost died from asphyxia. Despite not believing her, Kamin goes along with Mattana and spends more time with her to find out what type of person she really is. However, the more Mattana gets to know Kamin, the more she finds herself falling hard for him.
Cast & Credits
Other side characters were interesting too. I really felt for Haruethai and her evolution throughout the show was great. Some characters weren't so great tho. The Prince was just completely inconsistent, I can't believe anyone thinks he would make a good ruler (ugh, gross, Really show? Really?!!) and a lot of the villains motivations (not to mention plans) were weak and repetitive. I think the show was strongest sometime around the middle episodes, unfortunately some tension was lost towards the end with a ridiculously cliched 'injury' plotline that I won't mention in case of spoilers.
For the most part I really enjoyed the music. Nittra/Sweet Dreams was beautiful and haunting, it really fit the scenes it was played it in. Production values were good as well and I really liked some of the costumes.
So overall I'd say the setup is great, writing could have been much tighter and they really could have done so much more with the story. Lead couple is great together and as separate individuals, completely worth watching (but just fast forward through some of the boring side parts, lol).