Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Manga Review: Say "I Love You"., Volume 6, by Kanae Hazuki

Rating (Out of 5): ~4
Publisher: Kodansha Comics
Release Date: February 2015
Volumes: 14+
Spoilers?: No.
Volume: 1. 5. 7.

Goodreads Synopsis:

Mei Tachibana was once filled with anxiety over her blossoming relationship with popular boy Yamato Kurosawa. Would she know what to do in a romantic relationship? How would she deal with rivals like Aiko and Megumi, while handling her own insecurities? Mei's managed to get over her fears with Kai's help, but now Kai has an unexpected confession to make that might throw everything back into doubt...


There’s drama from Megumi continuing. Her plot line is too long, I want her to be over already. And she’s trying to drag Kai into it, but Kai already has his own problems with Yamato to work through.
Even though there’s a lot of drama in this series from Megumi and other characters, I love Yamato and Mei together. Throughout the drama, as it slowly gets worked out, we get scenes between the two of them. Just cute little moments where they’re honest with each other, or they just kiss. Where they push their insecurities away for a moment and we just get to see them together. And it’s so sweet and cute, and it shows why you’re rooting for them to stay strong.
They definitely still need to get to really know each other, talk and learn about each other, be honest about their insecurities and what’s happening. But those moments give you hope that they will do that, that it’s coming. It’s just tough right now.
The last part of the volume shows the two on a real over night date to Land, and it’s so cute and fun and adorable. Yamato’s sister interrupts them for a while, but I’m looking forward to the conclusion of it in the next volume.
I just eat up the books in this series. They’re mature shojo at its best, drama and romance, and I love every bit of it.

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