Sakiko Kinoshita is in love. Unfortunately it's with her college professor Takashou Chifuyu, who's already married and has turned down all the advances she's made on him. When her mother decides to leave, Sakiko is unwilling to leave and decides to take care of her tuition and expenses herself. However she doesn't have a job or a way to pay for them. When she's about to sell herself to get the money she runs into Natsuo, who not only saves her from making that mistake but helps her get one step closer to the thing she desires most.
If you're looking for a serious romance, keep looking.
I expected a serious and predictable story from the start, but was taken for surprise when it was far from it, so if you're up for twists, this is your story.
The art is enjoyable and appropriate for most scenes, and the storyline is pure comedy with some disturbing implications. The story doesn't revolve around romance, for the most part, but intertwines the basics of attraction and lust with comedy and other interesting elements the mangaka has come up with.
The characters are a pleasant jumble too, giving you mixed feelings for everyone. Everyone has a major flaw that makes you dislike them, yet root for them when their at their highest for some strange reason.
Very entertaining, but I wouldn't qualify it as your everyday shoujo, if shoujo at all. It's very mature and sometimes it's even mocking so choose to read this with caution.read more
well I hadn't actually been told that it's good. I hadn't been told anything about it. It was by accident. So I was reading Ranma 1/2 and then site anymanga.com suggested me this story. I was like "What the heck? Let's try it". By the first volume I regret it.
The plot is awful. I mean, there is a girl who had fallen for her sensei, he didn't want her he actually didn't give a shit. She met a guy, who appeared to be her lover's brother. She has some money problems then she is living with those guys. And she is actually sleeping with both of them. Yeah, with both of them. Go girl ! But her love had a wife, she didn't really care, but he did. Sort of. I will not say how this ended, because some of you may actually want to read this ... I have no words.
Art wasn't so bad, but it didn't make me want to grab a pencil and it didn't inspire me to anything.
I've given 5/10 in character's rating, because I actually liked the brothers. I can't say the same about her.
Did I enjoy reading it ? Well... I had nothing better to do, and I'd already started it so I wanted to finish it as well.
Anyway, I've given 5 points on 10 in overall rating, because of the brothers, and because I cannot, like seriously, give any manga less than 5.
Let's be clear at the end. I do not recommend it. read more
i felt like i was reading p*rnography, the popular tags did not include anything about that. the characters are good & i liked the art along with the story somewhat okk, a little under good. & then end was terrible. i skipped to the end to find out what happens because i just couldnt read the whole thing.
Yet another masterpiece by Yoshihara! I really do love her art! The characters were great and it was the usual oddness of Yoshihara! It made
Me laugh out load most of the time and the cute romances warmed my heart! I could help feeling sorry for Natsou (is that how you spell it? Completely forgotten!) but it was a cute story and I loved the ending!