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Velvet Kiss

Velvet Kiss

Alternative Titles

English: Velvet Kiss
Japanese: ベルベット・キス

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 32
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 30, 2009 to Mar 30, 2012
Authors: Harumi, Chihiro (Story & Art)
Serialization: Vitaman

Statistics

Score: 7.521 (scored by 18703 users)
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Ranked: #33572
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Popularity: #151
Members: 32,804
Favorites: 763
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Synopsis

After winning the lottery and landing a job in a prestigious firm, Shin Nitta returns home to celebrate the happiest moment of his life. However, the next morning, his elation turns to panic when his loan agent suddenly informs him of his massive debt. With no hope of paying off his creditors, the devastated Shin is given an alternative: befriend a beautiful girl named Kanoko Kikuchiya, whom he had encountered earlier in a business meeting. Thinking it would be a simple job, Shin accepts the offer, but little did he know of Kanoko's true nature as a spoiled, lustful girl who demands his company at every moment.

In Velvet Kiss, a hapless salaryman must climb his way out of debt by appeasing a wealthy temptress who thirsts for sexual intimacy. As the bond between the two transcends from a mere partnership, they begin to learn each other's secrets and the truth behind their fateful meeting.

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Background

Velvet Kiss was published in English by Project-H since June 27, 2012 to August 28, 2013 and in Italian by Magic Press from July 30, 2013 to February 28, 2014.

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Jan 12, 2014
Jayex (All reviews)
Velvet Kiss is arguably Harumi Chihiro's best work. By far, the marriage between plot and ecchi/hentai always is a good one to read and observe. Especially if done well. Between the constant sex scenes and themes rampant throughout this work, there is a tender love growing between the two main characters that can be observed as the chapters fly pass. This love, while not clear at first, begins to slowly reveal itself and is very satisfying to see, if not being one of the main reasons to read this.

Harumi Chihiro's art is aesthetically pleasing to the eye in more ways than one, and in read more
Oct 30, 2012
VelocityWaffles (All reviews)
Let me start by telling you that this manga obviously is catering to the male demographic, and it'd be very easy to write it off as some h-manga with a story, and if you tend to judge a story off of it's most basic content without looking further, than you probably will, but if you can gather your maturity and analyze the story as more than "OMG SEX!!!!", then you'll actually find this a really great story. I was hesistant to read it at first, I asked myself "is this just another h-manga" as soon as I saw the cover. Then I saw that it read more
Feb 8, 2015
Dragon-san (All reviews)
Work is a pain in the ass, isn't it?
Japan is a very workaholic society; I don't think I'd be exaggerating if I said they have one of the worst cases of overworked laborers in the world. Little vacation time, underpaid workers, and long hours, work in Japan literally "takes over ones life", more-so than any other nation in the world. Velvet Kiss shows this realistically. We see the characters juggle their love lives with work, which ultimately, is impossible in such a job-oriented society. I read in awe as Harumi Chihiro effortlessly told a story that flawlessly depicts this--a middle-class, average guy, through luck, encounters read more
Dec 10, 2012
Rei-chii (All reviews)
Okay~ Honestly, this is the very first H Manga that I totally enjoyed~

I have always thought H manga are only read because of the H scenes. With a little plot and many H scenes and you're good to go~ But I guess Velvet Kiss proved me wrong.

Despite the many H scenes, Velvet Kiss still managed to put off a good plot. The H are just there because it's just something a warm-blooded human being does everyday. It's natural (although the orgies are kinda bit fucked up).

It has a real substance, the characters are well played, and the art is really good. I even found myself read more

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