The story of two high school academic rivals that fall in love when they reveal to one another that their “perfect” selves are just facades.
Posts Tagged ‘steamy’
Ai Ore! is really for the audience who enjoys smutty romance. Add the humor and gender bending roles and it’s a prime form of entertainment for Shinjo fans.
Honey Hunt is an improvement from Aihara’s earlier series, but still remains a soap-opera style drama, addicting to read but with no resolutions, hard to enjoy.
Filled with Gothic flare, hot bishie vampires, plenty of action, and tragic romance, Hino’s series sucks readers in and provides plenty of entertainment. (Yes, corny pun intended.)
Monkey High evolves from what appears to be another cliché shojo title to a thoughtful reflection of relationships.
Mayu Shinjo’s new gender twisted, titillating manga is worth a read – if only for the novelty.
Sand Chronicles is a coming of age story that is beautiful and heart-breaking to read.
Here’s a quick comparison for all you bishie-lovers out there.