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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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this is a pretty good series--the heroine's not the usual weak, naive ditz who crashes into things. i luv it when the boss sulks. xD it's too cute. i recommend this manga cuz it's a fun read.
I've always liked vampire stories -- and this one is pretty cute/funny.... The main character is good too -- not one of those whiny ones who run around everywhere.
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.
Gotta love the main character. She's pretty logical, sensible and doesn't run around screaming all the time.
Edit: The plot's not too shoddy for a romance. However as of late, it's getting a tad too sloppy, what with the many scenes spent on thinking about love and sex and the typical "rival" business which meh... is introduced in a typical shoujo fashion. Well, there's nothing wrong with those 2 factors but you could always breath life into cliches by making them absurdly ridiculous/interesting like what some manga(BL/shounen/josei/seinen/etc.) do. Sad to say... the manga's so serious at times, that the plot gets a tad too mundane given the heavy emphasis on the main character's thoughts and her relationship with the "rival" and well, the typical "jealousy" angle.