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!
Posted on Aug 14th / Genre: Love
Mr. Katakura's Dirty Little Secret
Posted on Aug 7th / Genre: Yaoi
I looooooove me some Nonda Noda! A master in both Love Manga and Yaoi manga, this is just the perfect combination of so many tropes that push my buttons. 1) Secret night life to a otherwise prim-and-proper character, 2) A "straight" top, 3) Super beautiful art, 4) Adorable side characters... and so much more! I had gone into this thinking it would be light-hearted and a simple, fun, smutty read, but ended up more emotional than I had expected, which is always the best surprise. Also, the extra chapter at the end is SUCH a special and surprising treat as well... You won't be disappointed!
Married for the Tycoon's Empire Brides for Billionaires I
Posted on July 31st / Genre: Harlequin
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!
Love in the Fujinami Household -A New Romance Begins in the Family!?-
Posted on July 17th / Genre: Love
"If you want a husband, there's one right here," Takaomi says nonchalantly.
"...Huh? Where?" Saki asks.
"You shouldn't be so rude to your husband," Takaomi responds, as he leans in to Saki...
Hold up...! Takaomi can't be serious...!? Read on today and find out what happens next!
Happy Ending, Together.
Posted on July 10th / Genre: Yaoi
Sakuraba is a man who loves cute things. He packs his own lunch boxes, complete with bunny-shaped rice balls, his room looks as instagrammable as can be, and his favourite pasttime is reading the monthly shojo manga magazine, Garnet! Imagine his shock when he finds out at a book-signing event that his favourite manga artist, Megumi Nono, was his male next-door neighbour all along! Sakuraba is such a huge fan he begins to drop by Megumi's apartment regularly to let him know how much he enjoys his work. Despite Megumi's thorny attitude, they spend more and more time together, until Sakuraba realizes that his feelings seem to have exceeded those of a fan...
If you love sweet, slow stories that's more about two characters slowly developing feelings for each other, this manga would be perfect for you! I'm usually not a huge fan of tsundere characters, but wow, Chito Hanakawa managed to entice me! Megumi's tsundere personality is believable as a combination of social awkwardness and defense mechanisms, and it only goes to make him feel more relatable as a character. His loneliness and earnest feelings despite his tsundere attitude, paired with Sakuraba's straight-foward-yet-awkward love, really goes a long way to give you heartthrobs!
A simple story that is a feel-good read, with a few tear-jerkers along the way, this is definitely something you'll want to sit down with on a rainy day!
A Proper Wife
Posted on July 3rd / Genre: Harlequin
Want to Sell Me Your Body?
Posted on June 26th / Genre: Shojo
The Line Between Love And Play
Posted on June 19th / Genre: Love