Sensual Phrase, Vol. 5

Sensual Phrase Vol As a budding poet and lyricist Aine is on her way to an audition one fateful afternoon Absentmindedly stepping into the street she barely avoids getting struck by an oncoming vehicle Not only is the

  • Title: Sensual Phrase, Vol. 5
  • Author: Mayu Shinjo
  • ISBN: 9781591165606
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Paperback
  • As a budding poet and lyricist, Aine is on her way to an audition one fateful afternoon Absentmindedly stepping into the street, she barely avoids getting struck by an oncoming vehicle Not only is the cute teenager lucky to be alive, but her brush with death turns out to be a date with destiny The driver of the car just happens to be Sakuya, the charismatic and fabulousAs a budding poet and lyricist, Aine is on her way to an audition one fateful afternoon Absentmindedly stepping into the street, she barely avoids getting struck by an oncoming vehicle Not only is the cute teenager lucky to be alive, but her brush with death turns out to be a date with destiny The driver of the car just happens to be Sakuya, the charismatic and fabulously handsome lead singer for a band called Lucifer In short order, Sakuya and his crew compose a song using Aineafs lyrics The tune proves popular with the bandafs fans and Sakuya decides he wants a relationship, both professional and personal, with Aine Thereafs only one small requirement The lyrics Aine writes must be erotically charged And guess what Sakuya fully intends to introduce the young and inexperienced girl into the world of sensual delights Does Sakuya actually care for Aine, or is she just another sexual conquest for him Will Aine fulfill her dreams and become a professional lyricist, or has she simply sold her soul to Lucifer

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    1. This manga read was actually pretty great too as it had as much dramaas the previous one. The pregnancy scare really got to me and I honestly thought they would goin that direction and would have been more interesting but it was still coolin the direction they took it.Overall a really good read and excited for the last one I have.

    2. I wouldn't say this volume was bad exactly. It just wasn't that interesting to me. There were tons of dramatic things happening, but it all felt a bit boring to me. This was just missing the spark of the others. The art was still really pretty and it was one of the only things keeping me reading, since the plot in this one was mehh. Maybe I was just turned off because of Tomoyuki. I hate that guy. The whole time I was reading, I was hoping he would fall off a cliff and die. For real, he needs to [...]

    3. More of the Jesus vs Lucifer conflict in this fifth volume of the series, and Aine spends more time with Tomoyuki, the frontman for Jesus. Until Sakuya gets seriously injured trying to protect Aine.There is some interesting character development here and again, more plot twists enough to move the story along past the usual romantic angst. This is a worthwhile read and has kept my interest level up enough for me to seek out the next volume in the story.

    4. My Thoughts:Tomoyuki goes to great lengths to replace his dead sister with Aine in this volume. It can't get in the way of true love, though!It just sucks that it takes a nearly fatal accident in order for her to regain her full memory. Also, the secret relationship is no longer a secret! How will this change things?!

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