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Kimi ga Koi ni Oboreru (Manga)

Kimi ga Koi ni Oboreru

Alternative Titles

English: You Will Drown in Love
Japanese: きみが恋に溺れる


Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 18
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 2007 to May 2010
Genres: Romance, Yaoi
Authors: Takanaga, Hinako (Story & Art)
Serialization: Asuka Ciel


Score: 8.021 (scored by 2004 users)
Ranked: N/A2
Popularity: #1451
Members: 3,728
Favorites: 23
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In the sequel to You will Fall in Love, Reiichiro is back and hoping for a happier ending this time when he takes over as manager for a kimono shop. But a fellow employee, Jinnai, doesn't like the idea of being bossed around by a younger and less experienced man. As the sparks fly between the two men, will love also bloom?

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Kimi ga Koi ni Oboreru had two volumes published in English as You Will Drown in Love by Tokyopop's Blu Manga imprint from April 7, 2009 to April 27, 2010 before the publisher went defunct.

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May 15, 2011
If you're planning to read 'Kimi ga koi ni Oboreru' then you've probably also read the prequel, 'Kimi ga Koi ni Ochiru'. If you haven't, it's fine, I'm just going to bring it up a few times for comparison.

'Oboreru' isn't excellent. It isn't incredibly original or revolutionary in any way. But it's entertaining and comfortable, good to read in your spare time. There's a lot worse out there.

'Oboreru' is much better than 'Ochiru' (and most yaoi mangas) because of it's effective portrayal of a developing relationship. Note the word 'developing'. Jinnai and Reiichirou actually start off as friends and get to know each read more
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Cold looking ukes with semes undetermined with their love at first,struggling to communicate and show their feelings for the other. 
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Both titles have quirky ukes that just make you want to laugh. However Hatsuai is much more lighthearted than Kimi ga Koi ni Oboreru but still they are both very good. 
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