Posted on Feb 10th / Genre: Shojo
Jun is just so lost in her own world and keeps getting into misunderstandings every chapter... you can't help but feel bad for her, but it's honestly kind of relatable. Not only that, Jun's interactions with the supporting cast just make me want to keep reading. This manga is great, and that's no fantasy!
The Writer's Hand -Life with My Housekeeper-
Posted on Jan 13th / Genre: Shojo
Marriage Makers -Case Study: Mikoto Nagita, Lost Sheep-
Posted on Dec 16th / Genre: Shojo
Sorry! Everyone's Favorite Prince Is No Longer Innocent
Posted on Nov 18th / Genre: Shojo
Yoriko and Taichi are both so cute, and watching the two of them grow together through their hardships is really heartwarming! Their will-they-won't-they nature will keep you reading, hoping for something to happen between these two good friends and confidants. This prince may not be innocent, but it doesn't stop this manga from being a sweet read!
After Being Scouted by God, I Ended up in an Alternate Universe. -Domestic Magic Makes for an Easy Life.-
Posted on Oct 21st / Genre: Shojo
I Can't Stand That Senior Guy
Posted on Sep 23rd / Genre: Shojo
The Antique Cat Shop
Posted on Aug 26th / Genre: Shojo
My Princely Servant
Posted on Jul 29th / Genre: Shojo
Beating the Heroine at Her Own Game
Posted on Jul 1st / Genre: Shojo
Lazy Cooking for Beginners
Posted on Jun 3rd / Genre: Shojo
The Demon's Bride -Marked as His Prey by the Seal on Her Body-
Posted on May 7th / Genre: Shojo
What's Mine Is Yours
Posted on Apr 8th / Genre: Shojo
Posted on Mar 11th / Genre: Shojo
The Kawai Complex Guide To Manors And Hostel Behavior
Posted on Feb 12th / Genre: Shojo
Nekomiya and the Cat Shrine
Posted on Jan 15th / Genre: Shojo
Since each story is basically self-contained, there's no grandiose plot here. In other words, this manga is the distilled essence of taking a break and looking at cat pictures. If that sounds right up your alley cat, then you owe it to yourself to open up a new tab(by) and scratch that post and that itch with "Nekomiya and the Cat Shrine!"
Posted on Dec 11th / Genre: Shojo
And OMG, both of them are so cute! It's so clear how they're such good friends, but the way they have no idea what they're doing is a real breath of fresh air from the usual "instantly a master of romance" trope! I bet anyone reading this will instantly feel better about their own love life! And even though their attempts to find what love is don't really blossom into a textbook (or comic book in this case) romance, the two of them are such a good pair that you can't help but root for them on their next attempt!
You can do it Mamoru! I believe in you, Miyuki! Please don't mess this up, for all our sakes! Enter the world of coupledom so you don't just become another dumb couple!
Hazakura Junior High Animal Club
Posted on Nov 13th / Genre: Shojo
Posted on Oct 16th / Genre: Shojo
Okay, I guess I should talk about the story and stuff, too. Anna is a locksmith that lives with her mysterious cat, Clavay. Also, their locksmith shop is in a mystical dimension that only appears to those who need to unlock something. Pretty nice digs, right? Anyway, the manga is split into different short stories, all involving some kind of mystery or problem that somehow needs to be solved with a cat. And a lock, too. But, mostly a cat.
There are all sorts of different stories in this 200+ page volume, ranging from a girl who loves the piano but is jealous of a boy who plays better than her (and who also loves cats), a spoiled cat who hates the frilly dresses his owner puts on him, even a restless spirit who possesses a... well, you get the point. For those of you who prefer a bit of sweet romance, there's also a story of a boy who has a crush on a girl who likes his twin brother (and he has a really cute pet cat). If you like lighthearted adventure comics, check out Clavay's Keys for a story that's paw-sitively sure to unlock your heart and have you going, "Aww!"
Posted on Sep 18th / Genre: Shojo
This story takes place with the past and present interspersed. When Chika happens to run into Kataru for the first time six years later, it's as if those summer memories from all those years ago have bubbled up to the surface and are reaching up to a slow boil. And that's exactly what Asuka Sakashita is great at doing in this story! Each chapter starts out leaving you wondering what will come next, and slowly builds up to a heart-pounding climax, only to leave you hanging for the next chapter. I admit I couldn't put it down myself without reading everything in one sitting!
Chika and Kataru, as well as Kataru's younger sister Yuki, are really interesting and fleshed-out characters who react to the manga's themes of love, despair, loss, and change in realistic ways. Both of them deal with sadness and pain differently, and the story takes some surprising turns as their relationship develops! Just because summer is over, it doesn't mean you have to be sad. Check out Summertime Blues and cure your own malaise!
I Hate Romance Comics!
Posted on Aug 21st / Genre: Shojo
But, Momoko Akashi wants nothing to do with any of that! For her, romance comics are tied in with the worst day of her life. After that horrible day, Momoko swore that she would never touch another romance comic ever again. But, her friend is sick of her constant badmouthing and "curses" her: Momoko is forced to find love in the most "romance comic" way possible with the first boy she sees! It's happily ever after whether she likes it or not! And, guess what, it's none other than Aiji Aoto, the boy she absolutely hates!
Despite all the crazy situations Momoko finds herself in with Aiji, she's determined to stay strong and not lose to her stupid curse. Besides, there's no way the curse is even real, right!? Will she succumb to her sweet happy ending after all? Don't be a hater and check it out for yourself!
The Bittersweet Taste of Love -Bakery and Restaurant-
Posted on July 24th / Genre: Shojo
Ryoichi is the award-winning head chef at a hotel bakery. Chika has been in love with him ever since she crossed paths with him when her sister, Hazuki, hired him to create her wedding cake four years ago. What better place to fall in love than at a wedding, right? There's just one problem: Chika's sure Ryoichi has a crush on Hazuki due to the amazing intricacy and incredible beauty of the cake topper he created. Oh yeah, and also Ryoichi has no respect for anyone and belittles everyone he meets. Darn. Even their boss isn't safe from his sharp tongue!
But deep down, beneath his rough exterior, Chika knows that Ryoichi has a caring heart, even though she can't bring herself to tell him how she feels. Now that Chika is working at the same hotel, maybe her chance will finally come! Will Ryoichi notice her for who she really is, or will Chika be forever doomed to hiding her sweet feelings behind her sweet creations? Read on for a story of love and dessert so savory you'll be hungry for more!
Want to Sell Me Your Body?
Posted on June 26th / Genre: Shojo
That's the Hottest Restaurant in Enoshima
Posted on May 29th / Genre: Shojo
While reading this story, you can tell the author did a lot of research on French cuisine, and put just as much effort into drawing it! Everything looks so good, just reading this manga makes me hungry. If reading about delicious food isn't good enough to sate your appetite, the touching love story with a full-color ending is the perfect pairing that's guaranteed to leave you stuffed to the brim, yet still wishing for more!
Running a Love Hotel with My Math Teacher
Posted on Apr 24th / Genre: Shojo
Posted on Mar 27th / Genre: Shojo
First Time with the Boy Next-Door
Posted on Feb 27th / Genre: Shojo
Posted on Jan 30th / Genre: Shojo
Posted on Jan 16th / Genre: Shojo