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Momoiro Heaven!

Momoiro Heaven!

Alternative Titles

English: Peach Heaven
Synonyms: Peach Colored Heaven!, Pink Heaven!, Snap Beads
Japanese: 桃色ヘヴン!


Type: Manga
Volumes: 13
Chapters: 51
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 24, 2007 to Dec 10, 2012
Authors: Yoshino, Mari (Story & Art)
Serialization: Dessert


Score: 7.581 (scored by 2193 users)
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Ranked: #24782
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Members: 6,216
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Volumes: /13
Chapters: /51
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Momoko is not your average high school girl. In order to support her family (her younger brother and her hospitalized mother), she works as a popular author! But she doesn't write just any books, she pens erotic novels! It's quite an exciting job, but for Momoko, it is one of high stress because, you see... she is a virgin! Fortunately she has a great imagination, and does very well for herself and her family. However, because of the nature of her work she must keep it a secret.

Momoko's troubles begin when Inui Ranmaru, a popular super model and new transfer student at her school discovers her secret! In order to keep him from telling, Momoko is his slave!?

Included one-shot:
Volume 13: Snap Beads


Momoiro Heaven! has been digitally published in English as Peach Heaven by Kodansha USA since February 28, 2017.


Inui, Ranmaru
Inui, Ranmaru
Shiina, Momoko
Shiina, Momoko
Shiina, Kouta
Shiina, Kouta
Katsuki, Touma
Katsuki, Touma

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Sep 17, 2016
kay-love (All reviews)
This is a pretty cute story. It is simple and fun. I think the overall concept of a Virgin High school student writing popular erotica novels in secret makes for a pretty interesting story.

The characters are pretty typical for the most part. The most unique aspect is what the girl does in secret but overall she follows a pretty typical female shouja character of being the shy , virgin high school girl that meets the handsome and popular standoff male lead. The guy is also pretty typical in being the misunderstood hot "bad boy" who gradually falls for the female but even though they read more
Jan 8, 2011
Maginox (All reviews)
So... I can't figure out exactly why I'm addicted to this little manga. There are at least 3 other mangas that have this exact same set up (girl is cute virgin student by day, expert erotica writer by night!)

So why am I giving this story a "10" overall? It's simply the best of it's /kind/. If you are ever going to try a smutty, simple, predictable plot shoujo based girl meets boy, boy secretly likes girl, misunderstandings and cute moments abound, few decoy characters thrown in, but eventually they get together in the chapter everyone has been waiting for... Well, this story is simply read more
Jun 4, 2010
Maz-Maz (All reviews)
Momoiro Heaven was, though short, a blast to read through. The characters were a change from:

Girl meets guy-----> Girl falls for guy

This ones a bit vague but it's more or less:

Girl meets guy -----> GUY falls for girl

But with twists that'll keep you reeling, honestly, I was like 'shoot. I didn't expect that to happen' which is a rare phrase for me to say.

The characters were something else, something else entirely. Their personalities were as different as salt from black pepper, and an entertaining combination at any rate. But as the story gets going we start to have glimpses of the characters and (I read more
Dec 10, 2012
kujika (All reviews)
Nowadays we readers know smut as a cheap, "rape"-themed, plot-less existence. Momoiro Heaven has many things the usual smut manga has not.

For example

a) a charming younger brother
b) a nice frail mother
c) background stories on the characters; why are they acting as they do?
d) Humour

However, in essence it is still smut and clichee shojo, which means the main girl often gets forced into situations she is not quite sure she likes. Sometimes I get the feeling this manga is created to make jokes about the "smut" genre. This is not a bad thing though.

What I dislike about this manga is that the male lead has a read more


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