This is the second work of the mangaka that I read, and once again, I completely enjoyed it even if I've just read one chapter so far.
Highly intriguing. Letters from a supposedly dead person. A mysterious Harry Potter-like man appearing in times when the heroine is in trouble. A Victorian setting. I love the buildup so far. The romantic vibes I'm getting from the main characters don't hurt, too!
As always, the characters are all attractively drawn. The use of historic period costumes is such a breath of fresh air too from the shoujo genre's ubiquitous school uniform-- the lead guy looks so suave and debonair!
heroine is a damsel in distress in denial, but she's pretty spunky and feisty. I like that she doesn't easily trust people, and that she's impulsive in an age when women are expected to be passive and meek.
The main guy is smart, dashing, rich, and enigmatic. I would love to read the rest of the story to find out exactly how he is tied to the lead girl's life.
I can't wait to see the rest of the translation to come out!This mangaka has not disappointed me so far, so I'm off to read more of her work!