Students at the Houjou academy are perfectly normal—except for those who take the Kuge course. This special course is reserved only for elite and rich students and their "honeys." Hagino Yuzuru enrolls in the course through Kai Renge, and she quickly regrets it.
To become a honey, a student must get someone already in the Kuge course to sponsor her. Kai becomes Hagino's sponsor, getting her into the course and paying the price to cover it. But in return, Hagino must submit to him as her master, catering to his every whim.
Hagino may have gotten herself into something she can't handle. But if she pulls out now, she gets expelled from the school. Can she make things work with Kai, or will she call it quits before he does something she'll regret?
I somehow managed to stumble upon this steaming pile of roses while wandering MAL and seeing how I haven't seen much common, cute, lovey-dovey romance in a while, so I was like 'heck, one hour of sweet romance would be enough for now'. Now I say, I should've used my precious time for something that actually has a point.
The plot you read in the description is nothing more but a poorly developed excuse for sexual harassment which, as we all know, doesn't really scream romance. It's a typical special school with special rules kinda deal and it is exactly as terrible as it sounds.
Illogical and legal harassment galore.
Boring, predictable, and cliche.
The rare moments where something romantic would happen were cute, and the beginning actually looked promising, which I totally can give credits for but the mood is sadly kinda filled with rape innuendo. Sorry, Honey.
You know the top reviews of this two part OVA say... "don't watch it" -- well, if you were thinking of ignoring them and watching it anyway just because it sounds interesting... DON'T DO IT!!! Because that's what I did, because I figured it can't be that bad, I'm bored so I'll watch it anyway and geez..............
It was offensive, ridiculous, and mind-numbingly lame. The main guy is the guy who voiced Hikaru in Ouran, which I liked him for... and I liked his voice in this too, except that there is something mentally wrong with his character's personality. He seems a bit deranged, trusts no
one, yet somehow knows how to love in a twisted way.
The story was shallow and forced (I think because things were glazed over - hopefully this will be fixed in the manga, which I have yet to read) and made no sense in some places. The most ridiculous things happen and really make you think "what? why would an armadillo be there..." but you know what, forget it, let's just stop using our brain for this one.
Even if I stop using my brain, and there is definitely a storyline... why does this anime suck so bad? I can't figure it out, but all I can say is that it pained me to watch it and I hope the manga's better (usually is). I will be the next in line to say: Just don't watch it!
The first two minutes was disgusting. I couldn't stand how rude and arrogant Kai was. Other than the sexual harassment scenes, I think the anime was good. Typical love story, cool, cold guy and a stupid girl. I think if the anime wasn't an OVA and had more episodes, it could have been a lot better. Also MINUS the sexual harassment scenes.
This OVA is degrading towards women for God's sake. Master and Honey. eh.
Well anyways, if you want a good typical love story, here it is with some sexual harassment scenes.
Everyone has their own opinions on this anime.
But if you truly watch thoroughly through all of the episodes, you'll be a little touched.
It's love. But it's expressed in a way that makes you hate it, but hate that you love it.
I really wished there were more episodes. The art in this OVA is also WAY better than the art in the book. Time to hit the Manga Books. The manga for this series goes up to 8.
The anime would be much better if it wasn't a OVA.
That's really all I can say about this series.
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