Synonyms: Bad Teacher, Good Darling
Authors: Toda, Megumi (Story & Art)
Score: 6.971 (scored by 904 users)
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2 based on the top manga page.
Feb 19, 2010
Like every other romance manga their relationship has it's ups and down which always seem like they could have been easily avoided but maybe that's just me since I read so much manga. The best part about this manga is waiting for them to get caught but it's annoying when they get caught and nothing happens. read more
Dec 12, 2010
The art is okay, but something always bothered me about the eyes. Other than that, no real complaints about the art. This manga's downfall is just its sheer unoriginality.
I just don't like how this manga began with their relationship already happening, and then never really explained HOW it happened, because based on their characters their relationship is just so unrealistic. And nothing they did in the manga served to make me rethink my position that there was just no reason they should be together. If the manga had offered some deeper insight into their personalities that displayed their deeper bond, or showed how they were really drawn to each other, and why they belong together - I would have been very impressed. But none of that happens. Because of that, I just don't get attached to the characters at all.
Instead, we get just a typical hot-jerk-rich-guy and sweet-innocent-girl and other than that there's just not much to say. There's a little conflict in the form of family, but again, the stereotypicalness of it all was just overwhelming. Not really worth reading, in my opinion. read more