For the first two-thirds of this book, I kept asking myself, “Why did I buy this?” (The answer, as always: it seemed like a good idea at the time.) 265 more words
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It’s volume 11 and the harem is trying to prevent Kae from being married off to her childhood friend.
I’ll admit, this level of ridiculousness (I guess I can’t be picky about ridiculousness this late in the game) kind of wore me out. 89 more words
It’s time to delve right into the meat of Red River. In fact, the first page of the story begins where another shojo manga… 2,341 more words
I might as well just get it out of the way: I love Hak and he is gorgeous.
Okay, so in volume 6, Yona meets the Green Dragon (who is my second favorite next to Hak) who doesn’t want to be the Green Dragon but she gets involved with his pirate crew to try to foil the wicked human trafficking plot of the local official. 187 more words
There is a reason why most love stories end at the ‘happily ever after’ part; after we’ve seen the couple finally confess their love or defeat the obstacles which were preventing them from getting together, we like to believe that they skipped merrily into the sunset and never had any problems ever again. 830 more words