by Kei Shichiri, Dan Luffey
Genres: Manga, Fiction, Paranormal
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Hey, what are you licking?!"
As the tongue flicks its way across me, my body responds! Takanashi Yui was born into a family that people have an aversion to due to a curse that makes them all die early deaths. Then, one day, Yui's suddenly attacked by a monster!! Right at the last minute, a mysterious, beautiful boy saves her and suddenly gives her a deep kiss, which completely freezes her up. Then, ears and a tail sprout from his body?! In order to use his strange powers to save Yui from the monsters, he needs energy from her body, and assaults her with sexy touches... What in the world's going to happen?!
Ok, I decided to step away from my comfort zone and try something on the list that I wouldn’t normally try. I have always had a deep appreciation for graphic novels mainly for the art. I am in awe of the artistic talent that is displayed in these publications. Because of this, I happily attend comicon with my family. I can wander for hours from booth to booth, enjoying the talent.
That being said, I don’t often venture into reading graphic novels, except for ones that my sons read together. But I akin those to children’s books as we tend to choose child-appropriate publications for them.
So, I decided to try out a manga. I chose to get one off of Kindle Unlimited because I just didn’t even know where to begin. While searching, I came across Love Prison. While the title of the novel was, well, actually lame, I thought the cover art was beautiful. So, I downloaded it.
I have to admit, there are a couple things that bothered me. I knew I was getting something that had erotica in it. Although it didn’t really get into very heavy petting in the first volume, you can tell it’s on it’s way there. I have no problem with erotica, but, I do not like it when the main characters are not adults. This features a high school aged girl, and no….just no.
I also was a little disconcerted by reading the novel backwards. I had no idea that mangas were written that way. Or maybe they aren’t. But this one is, and I kept forgetting and swiping the wrong way.
Other than that, I did find the storyline interesting, and it was fast-paced. If it weren’t for the teenage girl, I would download the next one.