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From Yen Press:
This seductive, paranormal romance demonstrates that love can have a way of coming back and biting you--in the neck! It's a lesson that Kana Takachiho learns all too well through her relationship with Aki, her childhood friend and pure-blood vampire!
純血+彼氏 纯血+彼氏 绝对+彼氏 เสน่ห์ร้าย+นายแวมไพร์ He’ s my only vampire Chun Xie + Bi Shi He's My Only Vampire He's my Vampire (German) Pureblood Boyfriend Pureblood+Boyfriend
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This story doesnt make sense. The art is gorgeous, but the plot is incomprehensible, and the reactions of the characters DO NOT make sense. It was really unbearable. The characters never justify their actions, and things just happen. The only reason I rated it 4 is the art, one of the most beautiful I've ever seen.
Ahh, sweet bliss. This one has potential... Overall, this is good GOOD start. Vampires don't usually bring out the best in a manga, but that's okay for now. As long as something doesn't go horribly wrong, I can see that this will get popular, and soon.
Art: I'm loving this, as it is extremely hard to find a book that has art that I can stand. So far, similar great art from some others that I've read. On the art side of this, it is a compelling attribute that will draw readers in. Love the cover. Yay for eyecandy!
Plot line: Jumps right into the supernatural, but for me, it was a little abrupt. Until there is a major conflict, this will be a child's game. Perhaps later on, I will change my comment, hopefully complimenting the author's handiwork happily.
Characters: Kana is sweet, but she lacks something... if she had been raised to believe in supernatural beings, it would have been more believable. It's uncomfortable when thinking about the fluidity of her actions, which make it seem like she accepts things easily... perhaps extreme laidback actions can be viewed as acceptable for the future? The werewolves and further creatures should be explained sooner, but it still shows potential. Aki seems to not justify his actions of any sort, making it hard to grasp the whole situation and story.
I can see some humor in this, and the art is a huge key in bringing this up high. The art is high def, but I predict another "damsel in distress" at the most critical times manga. We'll see, but I'm happy as it is.
... Last updated on December 28th, 2010, 8:31pm
zomgg THIS IS AMAZING
i can see it. i can see it. this manga has BLOODY POTENTIAL. the art is gorgeous and i wanna eat Aki up because he's so dayumm.. so far its soooo GOOOOODDD!!!!! im going madd noww first impression is that i'll like Aki more than Eriya and i think Kana will fall for Aki soon!!
This is sweet
This one is really sweet... I mean, really cool. There's so many typical vampire shoujos that make you want to gag... to speak the truth, this wasn't on my priority must reads. However, I did read the first two chapters, and I must say it holds quite the intrigue. It FINALLY has a heroine that can stand up for herself (thank GOODNESS) and the background is cool... some twin brother rivalry going on... somewhere. Anyway, very interesting read, and most definately not like the usual vampire shoujo. I love how laid back the female lead is too... so refreshing
First, I quite like the art. That aside, it seems like an interesting vampire love story. The vampire clearly isn't the hero and the heroine seems to be hiding things. Childhood secrets and hints about other mysterious characters that have yet to appear makes this series seem like it will continue to be interesting. Hopefully some suspense builds up as all the secrets come into light.