User Reviews For: The Sicilian's Stolen Son
One of the better HQ titles, I really enjoyed it and love its excellent little twists to common tropes. The lead girl's twin sister is a horrible person, but the manga does a great job explaining why she's like that without excusing her actions; I'm glad it doesn't try hard to force you to like her. The lead lady is kind, loving, patient and demure, but she faces the insults and threats thrown at her with incredible strength and dignity, and is willing to do anything, even potentially give up the baby, if it's in his best interest. The lead man is hot-tempered and aggressively pushy, but unlike most of his trope he's fully aware of his faults and their consequences, so he always tries his best to exercise self-control, feeling bad whenever he fails. I especially love how his personality comes back to bite him when he finds that his son is just as foul-tempered and difficult as he is! The romance is very well done and doesn't feel forced, and both leads truly want the best for the kid.
Interesting story premise and amazing art but the writing was somewhat lacking.The plot details and execution were good but could have maybe developed the characters better with more volumes. Overall an average read. If you like typical Harlequin stories this is for but if your looking for something with more depth look somewhere else.
The character really interesting and you can see the plot development
It was a new take on an old concept and the characters were very believable.
I'm a sucker for the scary mafia guy who pretends to not care about anything trope, so I'm glad I read this one. Cute story, the romance had me uwuing! Plus the guy is hot ;)
Okay. Plot felt rushed.
Too short, I wanted more fluff after they confessed to each other Q.Q
It was mediocre at best, the ending was rushed, and the plot went nowhere. Disappointing.
It was a good read. Easy to follow with a normal story pace. It was too short for me. Wouldn't mind a second part.
I really enjoyed this manga!