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Maiko Ninomiya is college freshman again this year! All because of the accident a year ago that put her in the hospital for half a year. Not to let the fact that she was held back a year dishearten her, she made a complete recovery. But recently she keeps seeing erotic dreams... On top of that after meeting novelist Yukiya Nagase, strange things keep happening!?
そりゃないぜ ☆ ダーリン 同居達令 How Dare You-Darling It's Not Like That Darling It's Not Like That, Darling So nicht, Darling Sorya Nai Ze Darling Stress Pink
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The story was good
Hmm, to be honest, i think this is not very smut-ish, which i'm definitely ok with it, cause haha don really need so much of that in a story, i liked how the story went, it was interesting, i love how the mangaka put some supernatural power in there. One thing i'm not satisfied is that the ending was so fast.
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after they see each other again, happy run hug, that's it T^T noooooo
I thought the concept was nice, but with that being said I found it hard to read the whole thing without wanting to skip a few chapters.
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the beginning was pretty funny and cute. And then it turned sexually intense.. But just like that it turned instantly annoying.. She kept acting out kind of stupid.. Didn't seem like she knew "herself" enough to decide well.. Anything.. Turned out to be an easy girl too.. And kind of selfish to say the least. Although in the end she tried to change it.. But even the supernatural parts were kind of weird to me.. Ending chapter was kind of rushed... As for the side story.... Didn't really have any feelings at all to it.. Again another easy girl.
This is actually a really good manga, I think. It makes you think of the "what if" questions in life. It seems straight forward at first, but adds some strange twists at the end. Stick it out until the very last bit and you'll be rewarded. If you can follow along, you can see how the time paradox is completed. Think Star Trek episodes only with manga and romance. I do admit I wavered in the middle for a bit. Some of the characters frustrate at times, but it works out in the end. THE LITTLE KID IS ADORABLE!
Big emotions, supernatural touch
I love this to bits! I enjoyed all 3 volumes immensely! It's funny, emotional, confusing, packed with supernatural twists and turns and very moving! I wouldn't even have minded it being longer, but the way it is, is just fine. The characters are all pretty interesting, from the heroine, because she's emotional but strong, she makes her own decisions and can take care of herself, to Yukiya, the love interest who is a bit emotionally conflicted to even the love rival Akane, who is a patient, well mannered guy and knows when to bow out. There's a lot of yelling and temperament, big emotions, and the manga does well in making the reader feel it, too. The whole fantasy supernatural theme here was very well implemented and kept me on the edge of my seat all the way through. I also loved the art!
Altogether, I'd recommend this to anyone who looks for a moving, sweet read with a big supernatural theme, or general fans of time travel, it's definitely worth the read!
... Last updated on January 16th, 2013, 7:23pm
Could have been better
Like what other posters said, this manga was a good read but it could have been better if the author did not put unecessary conflicts just to make it more interesting. Moreover, the heroine lost her charm when she let the other guy make love with her while she & the main guy were obviously in love with each other. Overall this is an average read if you disgregard some unpleasant scenes & the art was cute so i'll give it much higher score for a smut manga.
... Last updated on December 5th, 2012, 11:19am
I'd rate it higher if the last couple of chapters didn't happen.
A quick, fun and emotionally compelling read. It has tears, cuteness, angst and fluff.
The art is pretty and round; it flows easily.
The story never gets too serious, but it was always enjoyable. Until the last couple of chapters to this story--they seemed like fubar filler. It really ended adequately before they started.
... Last updated on May 31st, 2012, 2:09pm
First volume was great. Second not so much but still good. Third was... yeah.
Don't get me wrong, it's still good. But it would have been better had had the mangaka not decided to throw a curveball in the form of random supernatural stuff happening startting the second volume. At least, I would have been far happier had it been introduced into the first volume and well developed in the plotline to make the ending a little bit more... believable. Instead, the mangaka throws the supernatural element in starting second volume making me wonder 'were the hell did this come from?'.
Summed up? It's cute, love the romance, love the characters (especially Yukiya's nephew!, who's cute as a button ). Definately worth a read. The ending kind of ruined it for me though. I guess it was meant to be 'happy', but to me it seemed to me like it was trying to slap a bandaid on to cover up huge random plotlines that were thrown in second volume. : / . I would have been far happier if there had been no supernatural stuff at all.
... Last updated on December 9th, 2011, 5:01am
The first volume was great but later it became average.
I think it started quite original, mainly with the connection of Maiko and Haruka. And it was quite entertaining on how Maiko was trying to avoid Yukiya and how his son wanted her near. So when I finished the first volume, I was satisfied and I went to sleep.
The next day, I started reading the second volume. And,
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I felt bored of it. It was like random for the author to throw a second guy and then Maiko doing all of those things. It was obvious from the beginning that she was 'meant' for Yukiya but she kept thinking that he wanted only Haruka. And then, random time travel! Hey, this isn't Steins;Gate, but Maiko was able to transfer into the past or future so randomly, just because of thoughts. It did not make sense at all.
I felt that the final volume was rushed. The ending for example could have been better.
As for the characters, I didn't like anyone. Maiko was sometimes annoying but at least she wasn't totally helpless. (Like the heroines of Shinjo Mayu.)
Lastly, the artwork was nothing special.
This manga was very short and light hearted but it was slightly more entertaining than a very typical shoujo manga because of it's very funny and cute points. The male lead errs on the side of handsome - a little childish, unkempt, and observant - and his funny small gestures helped to keep the story interesting. The plot gets convoluted when the love triangles start (they're not very good) and the story was nothing epic, but it was cute in it's own way.