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From Viz: Kaya Satozuka is a brilliant secretary who excels at her job, which is why she doesn’t bat an eye when she’s assigned to be personal secretary to Kyohei Touma, the very difficult managing director of Touma Foods. It doesn’t faze her when her new boss seems determined to make her fail, and she even manages to take it in stride when she discovers the secret behind his prickly behavior…he’s a vampire! But while Kaya easily adapts to late nights and keeping a schedule of his “dinner dates,” will her ultra-competence help when Kyohei’s smoldering gaze starts turning her way?!
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Great but then kind of anticlimatic
Usually I don't like it when manga drags on and on, but this was an exception. There was clearly room for more, I mean....it was just TOO EASY. It was too much of the sugary, unrealistic, happily ever after ending. So after all that, the "bad guys" just give up and say - ok, we accept you! Also, the drama and the intrigue from the beginning as well as the character appeal of both kaya and kyouhei really winded down near the end. I hope that the mangaka can write a oneshot or something about kaya and kyouhei's life afterwards.
BUT BUT BUT that is no excuse to not read this manga, for those who have not read it yet. It is a lot better than a lot of the romances (especially vampire romances) out there.
... Last updated on June 28th, 2009, 10:07pm
This manga, like everyone else said was great at first, but now it's just sort of bleh, but for some reason I keep on reading, it's like I'm masochistic or something....... my hate for kyohei is like the only thing keeping me going. It's like I NEED to find out what happens to him, just because I want to see bad things happen to him.
yeayeayeah I, too thought kyouhei was hot at first, but he just became more and more bitchy, all I can say now is asshole! This is so bad, but man, I want him to die.
... Last updated on April 12th, 2011, 10:22am
I was about to quit reading this, but it just now got good at chapter 21. Looks like the asshat finally decided to swallow up his pride and say something. Wonder what'll happen next
Just another boring, run of the mill manga. Not only does this have a dull romance story (with the man being oooh so mysterious and dominant...) but he's also a vampire! Yes that spices up the story! Except not, it just makes it a boring run of the mill romance/vampire/girl-falling-in-love-with-man-she-doesn't-even-know-and-mistrea ts-her-manga that fangirls just eat up.
Worth the read!
I agree with all the comments on the heroine.
She's not the typical ditzy, clutsy, smiles-at-everything type. She actually has a head on her shoulders.
Not only that, but there is no eerie "I'm in love with my relative" plot.
This manga has saved me from that tedium. THANK YOU!
Not to mention...the artwork in this book is hawt!
funny and cute
it's very funny and cute.
It's cute, interesting and dark, I love it !!
I totally dig this. Of course, coming from the mangaka of the Kindan series, I'm pretty sure we can expect impressive storytelling from this manga. Great main characters. I love the vampire boss when he pouts. XD
I'm waiting for the future chapters with almost religious anticipation.
I enjoyed the formal attitude of the heroine and how the guy doesn't go all emotionally cold right after she shows the slightest hint of affection. The male protagonist's character is good, in retrospect, although I admit I didn't like it at the onset. I hope that this gets a much-deserved, action-packed power-vampire sequel.
Definitely worth it!
In a world full of fiery-tempered and forceful heroines, this manga stands out as a delightfully delicious change. The heroine in this series is strong, but not overbearing, polite, but not overtly meek, feminine, without becoming dull.
I loved watching Kaya's transformation during the progression of the story. While the plot was a little bit basic at times, it never got old, or boring, since the personalities of the characters shone so brightly.
While there were a few repetitive scenes, usually between Kaya and Kyouhei, it wasn't something which detracts greatly from the quality of the manga, or my enjoyment of it.
I do have to admit that I am still not too sure about Kyouhei's character though. For most of the manga he comes across as terribly overbearing and crude, although there is a marked and extremely enjoyable development of his character near the end of the series which is most definitely worth reading.
Overall I'd rate this a 9/10, for very good artwork, a plot which came across as interesting, and characters which I actually enjoyed reading about.