Yayoi, a spunky high school girl, has inherited spiritual powers from her mother, and she uses these powers to protect people. During a fight with the devil Ura, Yayoi's power turns the devil into a black kitten. Now, even though Ura doesn't hide his desire to "eat" Yayoi's power when he gets the chance, they develop an interesting relationship: the two begin living together, and Yayoi takes her new feline "friend" on her adventures.
This manga is probably best summarised as disappointing. It starts off with flying colours. The mangaka molds a good plot, comedy and a developing romance nicely into a story that really draws you in and keeps you interested. The art is pleasing to look at and the characters are very likable. It had the potential to be a 9 or 10. Unfortunately (and I can not fathom why), there is no end. It is not even a case of a weak ending or an ending I didn't like, it is almost as if the mangaka decided they couldn't be bothered
continuing the manga anymore so just slapped the word finished on the last chapter they were working on. There are so many unanswered questions, not to mention a great plot twist (had it been followed through) and intriguing characters introduced just before the end which have no explanation as the manga stops so suddenly. All in all, the ending really lets down a manga which had the potential to be so much more.
The plot has been rather adequately reviewed, but I wanted to quickly add my two cents (more of a warning, really): there is absolutely no closure at the end of this story. I imagine this manga was inexplicably and immediately dropped, because not one single thing is resolved. This is a story that ends in the middle. It's fantastic up until that point. It has so much promise. It's fun and entertaining, with great art and characters. But you WILL get blueballed at the "end." I read it weeks ago, and I'm still bewildered.
Just wanted to let y'all know before you decide to jump in.
It really is a worthwhile read - just one that drops off a cliff.
I couldn't bring myself to give it a lower rating. I mean, it's just too cute for its own good. It follows the same formula many other shoujo manga do, but I found this one a little better, since it had: A strong, non-angsty heroine; just enough funny scenes - the 2nd volume was hilarious; a wee bit of romance that developed slowly; and of course the male lead - a fecking lightning demon prince. What more could you ask for?
...some plot maybe...
Who needs plot!
...some character development...
I'm not God!
...at least a good ending?
I see there are no real complaints so... yeah, it's a good
I found myself highly enjoying every minute of this manga…so much so that i felt the need to write a review! This really is a must-read for anyone…i guess it just left that big of an impact on me. I've reread this manga and I wish i could buy it…that's how much i love it. You see…it's really difficult to find a manga…or even an anime…with a plot about demons and romance that's actually terrific, so I must say that this is one of the best. Sure…it could be a little predictable at times, but other than that it was AWESOME! Full stars for this