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  • 2017 / 05 / 14

    My favorite “Best Friends turn Lovers” GNs!

    I love best friends falling in love story! It’s my type of poison. When I read summaries with this plot, I automatically read it. I’m a big believer that friendship is a solid foundation of a good relationship! I love to see couples who don’t only treat their partners solely as their romantic interest but also a friend they can trust! So with that, stories like these make my heart melt and my being absorb! Let’s get into it! 대새녀의—

  • 2017 / 02 / 23

    The boys who fell too hard!

    Male love interests falling in love first is one of those tropes that can easily convince me to try the manga (romance wise). I think I already mentioned it here how I immediately fall in love with stories if the main male love interest is the first one to fall. I don’t know why, in many stories, the way he struggles just to get the affection of his otherwise naïve apple of the eye is just so interesting. Plus, this—

  • 2017 / 02 / 19

    How romantic is romantic to me?

    I’m a woman of subtlety!I actually appreciate simple romantic gestures better than you know, those over-the-top/super cheesy ones!  So if you’re gonna ask how romantic is romantic to me: then equal parts of cuteness and rare small doses of sensual tension is enough. Although I’m character driven type of reader so even if the romance isn’t the story’s strongest feat I wouldn’t even mind. Almost all favorite shoujo manga are the light drama ones. There’s enough drama to stir the—

  • 2017 / 02 / 07

    I don’t like ‘plain’ love interest!

    If you frequent my blog and read my regular feature “What’s on my Reading List?” you know how shoujo & josei dominate my reading list. I’m unashamed about it because they’re my favorite things to read.  They are easier to digest and I have fun reading them. But not everything I read live up to my expectations (as expected!) but of course like many readers, I do have hopes to anything new I read. I want it to satisfy me.—

  • 2016 / 10 / 08

    Not so happily ever after…

    Not so happily ever after…

    I know that ‘unrequited love’ plotline is not exactly new. But most people do read to escape, and by escape they are inclined to choose a happy sort of feeling in stories rather than a hard slap in the face realistic approach (as such this romantic plot angle implies). At least to me, I gravitate more on series that I knew is fun or happy rather than one that will make me sad. I do occasionally seek reads like these—

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