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Nov 12, 2017
SxM (Manga) add (All reviews)
I didn't have big expectations for this manga, but I was bored so I decided to read it.
I was pleasantly surprised. The first story is bittersweet, but I liked it. It's about vampire and a girl from a count family, But it is not a happy love story. It has a terrible twist.
The second one is definitely my favorite it's about a couple of students who can see ghosts and it's hilarious and at the same time adorable. Then you get the epilogue for the first story just to remind you of the tragedy. All in all great read.
Aug 4, 2017
First things first, I'm a big fan of the 80's and 90's anime.
I watched the prequel "AD Police" and comparing to that one which was darker and capturing more chaotic outlook of future, this one has a "solid" story and focuses more on police work and drama that life as a police officer in 2020 brings.
Story 8/10
I see that many complain about "same damn thing happening" well they are the police who deals with boomers gone haywire, so ofc, the base of every story is going to be just that. But as you go further, the plot thickens as they are chasing the criminal who read more
Aug 2, 2017
Model (Manga) add (All reviews)
I really enjoyed this manhwa. Was searching for some good love story with the vampires, and I found this one.
My second time reading it, cause during the first read I was a bit confused. Now things got clarified a bit, and I still love it.

Story 8/10
I didn't expect love between the guys, but the story is done in a way in which I didn't mind. So don't drop it if you're not into it. It's a good story which might be confusing when Adrian shows up because the shit is about to go down lol. So I recommend you read it carefully, it's read more
Jul 27, 2017
Gold (Manga) add (All reviews)
"Gold is better than Silver" the saying goes, well not in this case.
I came across Gold because the art was done by Kazuko Fujita whose art I adore. So first off, when I started reading, I thought the drama meter is pretty much the same as in manga "Silver." Oh, boy was I wrong.
Story 6/10
The story starts dramatic and interesting, grabs your attention on the first page. Later on, you are like, okay, this is way too dramatic even for a cliche manga. I don't even know where to start with the things... I was like: I just can't... So this is one of the read more
Jul 27, 2017
Silver (Manga) add (All reviews)
If you like drama, this is the manga for you. I admit I loved it, (read it three times, to be honest) even though it has so much cliche and unnecessary smut. I'm a sucker for a good old fashioned "revenge plot" stories.
Story 7/10
This manga is based on Penny Jordan's (English writer, mostly romance) novel "Silver" and I didn't like it at all, the manga is way better. I gave it a seven because the quality drops in the end, and there are parts where the plot is dragged on too much for my taste. From the summary, you can get the conclusion that read more
Jul 13, 2017
Another typical Hq romance story. I would put this one in a "decent pile." Since it's a Harlequin story, you basically know what to expect; drama, one-dimensional characters, and a basic plot.
Story 7/10
Has a simple plot but it's okay. It was cute and I would say it was a success, since the mangaka managed to squeeze a fair amount of storyline considering the limited number of pages.
Characters 6/10
Comparing to the most of the HQ heroes and heroines out there, these are fine. And trust me, this girl was okay compared to the goody-stupid-gullible-virgin ones. The hero was tolerable on my jerk meter. Again there were read more
Jun 30, 2017
Story 4/10
Interesting start, it drags you in, but that's about the only positive thing I have to say.
The hero is an annoying ass, but as usual, he has a reason why. (Not really justified in my book, but hey, that's HQ policy).
I like to say the heroine's attitude towards the hero is divided into 5 phases:
1. "Why the hell am I falling for such a jerk, but I can't resist his kisses, he's hot."
2. "He's a jerk because of sob story, So, he's a kind jerk."
3. "I want to have sex with this jerk because I love him."
4. "He will never love me, read more
Jun 30, 2017
Pity, a good story was rushed and ruined at the end for me. I know that the mangaka has a limited number of pages to work with, but the story is not properly conveyed, which is the biggest problem for me when it comes to the manga based on romance novels.
Story 7/10
It has a really interesting start; time traveling a mystery-solving.
Enough to poke your interest. The romantic development between the characters was also sweet, although the hero did annoy me a little.
The hero accused heroine so much, but changed his mind after two weeks, which is really quick and unrealistic, but the "limited number of read more
Jun 30, 2017
Harlequin manga, so you know what to expect if you read several stories.
Story: 7/10
Would put this one in a pile of good Harlequin manga; I can't say it's typical, but the "plot" is used countless of times.
It's somewhat refreshing story, where the heroine, although extremely stubborn, is not your typical HQ heroine. I came to love the story when hero's mother showed up, "the voice of reason," basically telling them they were both fools, which made me laugh hard.
To sum it up in one sentence: the hero and the heroine play the game "who is more stubborn."
Characters: 6/10
Max: A playboy who has read more
Jun 30, 2017
Straight to the point.
Story: 6/10
One of the most used plots in the josei genre, same as in Harlequin manga.
The heroine (Faith) confronts the hero (Stone) who was her guardian, that she wants to pay him back everything she owes him, (girl he has billions on his account) and work hard to realize her dream, but he thinks she's too immature and naive. (and she is).
As "the wheels of fate turn," (also typical josei plot) Stone is given the standard josei condition/plot maker (from his mother, the CEO of the company he wants) to marry somebody and live with that woman for a year in read more