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From Eclipse Scans:

1) Honey Prince
Minoko accidentally witnessed the secret of her junior, Akane, whom she has been hitting it off with. This Akane is much different from usual, and Minoko involuntarily…?!

2) Magic Red Thread
Tamaki and Hikari are childhood friends, and Hikari has always loved being taken care of by the gentle Tamaki. But when she is suddenly confessed to by someone else, Tamaki reveals his own romantic feelings toward her. Can she see him as man and love interest, or is Hikari only interested in his friendship?

3) If I Disappear
School nurse Sakura confesses to slacker student Kaede and the two start secretly dating. But their exchanges are tinged with sorrow, as Sakura knows that this relationship can't last...

4) Trembling Honey Taste
Teruyama Shikao is used to people mocking his name, and is always getting into fights because of it. Asakura Shizuka is different from everyone else, she has no trouble talking to a scary delinquent like Shikao and even seeks him out! How will Shikao handle the first person who doesn't run from him?

5) My Honey Sweetheart
A continuation of Honey Prince.


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Associated Names
Boys are Honey
Honey Prince
Otoko no Ko wa Hachimitsu

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Latest Release(s)
v.1 c.5 (end) by Eclipse Scans (1726d ago)
v.1 c.4 by Eclipse Scans (1734d ago)
v.1 c.3 by Eclipse Scans (1782d ago)
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1 Volume (Complete)

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User Rating
Average: 7.2 / 10.0 (161 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.14 / 10.0
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Last Updated
January 12th 2013, 3:51am PST



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Monthly Pos #2220 increased(+269)
3 Month Pos #3006 increased(+925)
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Rating: 5.5 / 10.0
by hkanz
September 14th, 2014, 11:50pm
"If you don't like me, then at least bite off my tongue and let me die happy!"

The above is a prime example of the cringe-worthy prose this manga has to offer. The problem with all of the stories is that nothing really interesting or unique happens - the male and female lead fall in love, go through some doubts about each other's feelings, and then it ends. Plenty of shoujo oneshots pull off generic plots via comedy, but unfortunately the oneshots in this volume have only heaps of drama conveyed through the characters responding to some situation or another in ridiculous, unbelievable ways. The mangaka tinkers slightly with the characters' personalities - aggressive girl, sweet girl, violent guy, naïve guy, etc. - but ultimately every single girl becomes timid and weepy and every single guy becomes confident and bold and up for some frenching. Regardless of whatever personality each character seems to have at the beginning of the story, they eventually dissolve into this generic view of man and woman and the story is resolved with them in these roles.

Needless to say, I wouldn't recommend this manga. Sakurada Hina has produced far better material, namely her dark stories, which make good use of the drama that's so misplaced here.
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4th story   
Rating: N/A
by mysocksgotdirty
February 24th, 2014, 1:34pm
I really liked the 4th story. It was refreshing to see a male lead character, though I didn't get what the problem was with his name... (Oh well, I shall now go cry because of my terrible kanji skills)
All the usual cliches in the other stories... they didn't grab my attention at all, if fact I might have already forgotten what were the characters like... Oh! but the first story had an interesting carnivorous girl.

... Last updated on February 24th, 2014, 1:51pm
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Really Liked It   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by emeto
September 17th, 2011, 3:38pm
I really enjoyed reading it because the female characters were different from I'm used to reading in shoujo. They were NOT stupid and actually had a clue and know how to stand their ground. For me, those damsel in distress, idiotic, totally clueless girls are soo irritating.
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Let's be honest.   
Rating: N/A
by creepysaru
February 10th, 2011, 3:47pm
A lot of people may not like the main character of the first story but personally I did like her.

Why? you ask. Pretty easy, no many girls have the guts to nearly rape the guy they like.
You know the boys are the ones who always "rapes" the protagonist, and I say "rape" because she ends loving it.

Nearly all the shoujo manga has the stereotipe of stupid, dumb, innocent, dorky, shy girls that cannot do anything right (maybe they have an special power like cooking, sewing, being a basquetball genious, etc) and the guys are the ones with the pants in the relationship.

So I'm glad to had find Sakurada Hina sensei works because they show the other face of shoujo, where love isn't all is pink colored and even the main character can be a little twisted.
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Good Art, So-So Stories   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by astroasis
August 19th, 2010, 6:35am
The art is unique and worth a look... but so far, the stories are only so-so. The characters aren't very unique, the stories are the usual cliches (or original, but uninterestingly so). Everything is very forgettable. This isn't as good as "Is It Okay If I Love You?" by the same mangaka. I would recommend that one, instead.
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Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
by gofl
May 20th, 2010, 7:27am
I can say that, sensei's draw is always beautiful but I really don't like the 1st story of this series. Minoko (female char) acts too lewd and bold. She's not someone we'd like to see in shoujo manga, as the lead char. I swear. The way she seduces Akane-kun and all... Annoying =3=. I was expected this manga to be better but, kinda dissapointed now. Anyway, maybe the fellow stories will get better~
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