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Yuiko Kubozuka is your typical tomboyish high school girl who has normal friends and loves animals. Her main concern is the fact that...that animals don't love her back! Whenever she sees one, her love manifests itself in a way that the animals deem violent, so she gets scratched and bitten a lot. This situation changes one day, when a new boy joins her class. And this boy seems to have a lot of traits similar to those of wild animals.

Synopsis: pandemonium91

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aureawolf aureawolf
9.75

OMG, OMG, OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! <3<3<3<3<3<3<3 This one was such a cute treat!!!!!! Personally, I'm not very fond of the classical shoujo expression... but this one just made scream "Kyaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!" with my eyes closed and tighten fists =^w^=. The story, the characters and the romance are dosed in the perfect amount. It's a pity that it's such a short story, but I think it was for the best... This way you can keep a fresh memory of Leo and Yuiko (both characters so endearing :3) and re-read the whole thing as many times as you want!!!!!

mariazezinha
8.50

Kyousuke Motomi you did it AGAIN! A super KAWAI WITH A THEAM THAT NO ONE HAS EVER USED! You are Oficially my Manga IDOL!
God! This manga is sooo cute and the story is so unic almost as the characters X)
So Hear you go: Yuiko is a high school student who loves animals, though animals unfortunately hate her and flee from her whenever possible. When Leo, a strange student with a terrifying expression transfers to Yuiko's class, she is surprised to learn that he is actually innocent and sweet-natured and animals are easily drawn to him. However, when attacked, Leo unconsciously becomes as violent as a bloodthirsty animal.
Because Yuiko is the first to see beyond his frightening expression, Leo quickly becomes strongly attached to Yuiko, who is his first friend so they fall in love with one another, but circumstances regarding Leo's family situation threaten to separate them.
God! Its a really short story but Ill never forget it EVER XD!

"If my stories can touch you, make you laugh, forget unhappy things, or even give you that 'good job' feeling, then I'll be super, super happy!" - Kyousuke Motomi

Elena888 Elena888
9.50

wuaaaaaaaah, I really love it!!!!!!! *¬* I fell in love with Leo xDDDDDD he's so cute and kawaii, and.. and....and all the things you can imagine!!!!! XD
the only downside of this manga is that it's too short!!!!!! D'''8 but, anyway, it's a awesome manga! *___* I recommend it to anyone! ^^

lady-tsukiyomi lady-tsukiyomi
10.00

SO CUTE!!! X3 I love Leo and his wildness while being naive, and I love how caring Yuiko is toward him and the way their romance progresses through the manga. I literally needed a box of tissues at the very end. So sweet and romantic... An awesome shojo read I would read over and over until my eyes hurt, I give it a full A+!! :D

pandemonium91 pandemonium91
7.75

One thing I liked about this is the fact that even though it's shoujo, it's not full of the mushy, cavity-inducingly sweet cliches we're used to seeing in this type of manga. The heroine is tough and fends for herself, even if a bit boyish and impulsive (but that's what ultimately makes her so realistic).
The art is pretty good; the chibi faces are funny and most often angry, as opposed to the usual happy/cheerful ones, but it looks quite good when "normal" as well.
In the end, I'd recommend this to those who are tired of girly girls and overly effeminate boys, it's definitely a breath of fresh air as far as the shoujo genre is concerned.

aozoraskies aozoraskies
6.00

it's sweet, it had potential - but it didn't really go all the way, unfortunately. Nonetheless, you'll get Kyousuke Motomi's usual cast - the vaguely-misunderstood hero who doesn't present the best of impressions but has a good heart all the same; and the heroine who blissfully and willingly ignores the often-threatening truth; and the relationship between them will always be a mix of sort-of squabbling, taking care of each other and "omg why why the hell am I still here, with YOU" -ness. In this case, not so much the latter - Leo's too naively adorable and Yuiko likes adorable animals too much. And not to forget, of the usual cast, you also will get - the ever-doting and often hilarious brother/son/daughter/granddaughter complex heh heh. It makes a nice shoujo anyway, and Motomi has this style where he/she just can't seem to take it seriously and has too much fun playing with the character interaction hahaha. It can take a bit off the plot maybe, so somethings just won't get as dramatic as I wish but still. Entertaining, with a touch of sweetness. And at least, even if Motomi repeats stereotypes, you don't feel like you're reading a duplicate of say, Dengeki Daisy.

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