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HOUSE OF GLASS
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HOUSE OF GLASS

Posted on August 16th / Genre: Harlequin

HOUSE OF GLASS
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My friend actually recommended this story to me and insisted that it was unlike many others that they'd read. That was quite tempting in itself, so I had high expectations reaching for this title. And I wasn't disappointed! It's a little hard to give an accurate description without spoiling too much, but both the plot and the characters keep you interested until the very end. At a glance, it's a typical story about a misunderstanding and hateful relationship that turns into love. When Lily loses her husband in an accident, his brother comes to her rescue and the fleeting emotions they first felt years ago come back to life. However, Dane (the husband's brother) is convinced that Lily's a gold digger and deceived her husband, Daniel. Another man, a close friend of Lily's, also has a mysterious yet unshakeable position in Lily's life. Dane finds himself increasingly frustrated with the riddle-filled life his brother led as well as his undeniable attraction to Lily. And this is barely scratching the surface! If you like a little bit of suspense and thrilling plots, this story would be perfect for you. The same goes for lovers of strong heroines and beautiful art! You'll have to read until the very end to find out the truth, but it's definitely worth it! (Posted by Quin)
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SADISTS IN UNIFORMS -OBEY ME!-
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SADISTS IN UNIFORMS -OBEY ME!-

Posted on August 9th / Genre: Spicy

SADISTS IN UNIFORMS -OBEY ME!-
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Like Top Gun? Like ultra-cheesy dialogue? If your answer to those questions is yes (and if you answered yes to the first one, then the second one is a given), you'll love this manga. The story revolves around Miruku, a new cook stationed at Air base "H", and her love affair with the two hunky, hotshot pilots, Dai and Nagu. The aforementioned pilots have scores of women chasing after them, but are unable to resist Miruku because of her "sexy voice". The series' strongest point is definitely its humor. It's very tongue-in-cheek. For example, there's one scene where Miruku is with Nagu in the back of a truck, and Nagu is talking to the driver about what it feels like to shoot down an enemy plane with a cannon, whilst simultaneously "shooting down" Miruku with his "cannon" (The whole cannon/penis joke comes up quite a lot). Also, $4 for about 70 pages might sound like a lot, but this manga is absolutely packed with text, so you're definitely getting your money's worth.

Throughout the series Miruku's constantly flip-flopping between the two of them, which can get a little annoying after a while, but it makes for a dramatic ending when she finally chooses one of them. You'll have to read all the way to the end if you want to find out who she ends up with. (Posted by Pepper)
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BEAST SYNDROME
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BEAST SYNDROME

Posted on August 2nd / Genre: Sweet

BEAST SYNDROME
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I love how ridiculous the setup for this manga is. Basically, there was an explosion at a research lab several years before the start of the story, which caused a number of people to grow ears and tails. That's all. No superpowers. No viruses. Just ears and a tail. That has to be one of the most bizarre plot devices I've ever heard of. What on earth were they researching? Well, anyway, the story really has nothing to do with that, and the incident is only briefly mentioned at the start of the first chapter. The actual story is about various "beasts" (The people who've grown ears and tails) finding love at their respective workplaces. The art style is nice and clean. The artist doesn't try to cram a million things into each panel like some artists do, but it doesn't feel sparse. I would have preferred it if they focused on one couple per book, because it would have allowed for more plot development, but it was interesting to see the different "beasts". My favorite was the aptly named Mr Kumada. Kuma means bear in Japanese. I bet you can't guess what ears he ended up with... (Posted by Candi)
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LIFE... AND THEN SOME
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LIFE... AND THEN SOME

Posted on July 26th / Genre: Yaoi

LIFE... AND THEN SOME
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I really like Chisa Otomi's works, and this manga was no exception! It's about a small detective agency and the two guys who work there. The detective, Keiji, is straight, but as is wont to happen in yaoi, he keeps getting cases involving gay guys. Eisei, his assistant, totally takes it all in stride, and you kinda get the feeling there might be more there... I just love Keiji's innocent (?) reactions to all the gayness!! And there's one of my favorite tropes; the pretending-to-be-a-couple one! It's especially lovely because Keiji's so awkward and Eisei's so flustered and I just end up squeeing all over the place. There's a smidge of angst, too, which hurt my heart oh so good, but rest assured, there is a happy ending! (In more ways than one, if you catch my drift *wink wink nudge nudge*) And if that's not enough to sway you, a kitten makes an appearance as well. What's not to love!? (Posted by Yao)
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