Gina is a secretary to Harry, a handsome and talented young man whose past experiences turned him into a player. He isn't interested in long-term relationships or starting a family and he's rather upfront about it. On the other hand, Gina longs to get married and settle down with one man she knows just won't do it: Harry! In order to move on, she decides to quit her job and relocate from Yorkshire to London. But, on her last day, Harry invites her out to dinner. What seems like a social obligation turns out to be so much more...
The main couple is extremely likeable, and very realistic. I really enjoyed how Harry, despite being a playboy, is straightforward and decent, and Gina has emotional strength and always stands up for herself. It was quite thrilling to see them have one misunderstanding after another, and somehow always get even closer together despite that. There is actually little unnecessary drama which makes for a believable story. Highly recommended!
The stranger who claims to be her husband makes her a curious offer, and Annie can't find it in herself to refuse. This manga is a little unlike action-packed series where events move at a breakneck speed. It's a rather melancholy story of two people who had been torn apart by misunderstandings and tragedy, but also a tale of hope and healing. The atmosphere is a bit eerie and calm, but that makes it all the more interesting to read! You should definitely give it a try if you're looking for a more unique title.
Although the plot itself probably won't hold too many surprises for you, the execution is great and the characters are extremely likeable. You'll find yourself rooting for the unlikely couple and hope they can both get over their pride... but, happiness can't be obtained without sacrifices, and Tess and Alec will have to learn that the hard way. Check out this incredible story and find out for yourself!
Annie refuses to put up with the small town gossips and pushes ahead with the wedding, using Grant (the mature one) as a stand-in to keep up appearances, and then she flies off to New York City with him to enjoy her "honeymoon" and start a new life. She's so cute and positive that it made me smile while reading this story. Interested? Just say "yes"!!
Another thing that makes this manga stand out, is the variation with which the artist portrays everyone's emotions and expressions. I enjoyed seeing scenes where Laura glares at Armando, quite fed up with him, and how he laughs to his heart's content. I simply loved how Armando was being stubborn and kept saying that he wasn't crying, it was just the rain! I wholeheartedly recommend you check this manga out ? it'll feel like you've watched an entire TV show when you're done!