Kare First Love, Vol. 3

Kare First Love Vol Coy and self conscious high school student Karin Karino never paid much attention to boys until she met Kiriya a popular student from a nearby boys school Karin and Kiriya embark on a romantic journe

  • Title: Kare First Love, Vol. 3
  • Author: Kaho Miyasaka
  • ISBN: 9781591167013
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Paperback
  • Coy and self conscious high school student Karin Karino never paid much attention to boys until she met Kiriya, a popular student from a nearby boys school Karin and Kiriya embark on a romantic journey despite Karin s classmate Yuka s best efforts to sabotage their relationship, but Karin soon learns that living happily ever after isn t on the curriculum when she becomesCoy and self conscious high school student Karin Karino never paid much attention to boys until she met Kiriya, a popular student from a nearby boys school Karin and Kiriya embark on a romantic journey despite Karin s classmate Yuka s best efforts to sabotage their relationship, but Karin soon learns that living happily ever after isn t on the curriculum when she becomes Kiriya s centre of attention, as well as embittered Yuka s bull s eye on her dartboard of hate Karin and her friends begin preparations for their trip to Okinawa, and Kiriya s past slowly unravels after his father forbids him to go on the trip Karin and Kiriya s relationship blossoms, but intimacy rises to the surface of their turbulent sea of young love as the pressure to give in torments romance newbie Karin.

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    1. This is the third installment of Kare First Love, and I’m definitely enjoying this series for its smexy art work and light, engaging storyline. I like how Miyasaka moves the story along slowly but deliberately. In this book, Karin’s insecurities are revealed while Kiriya struggles with a past he’s reluctant to share. They both go on a trip to Okinawa and there we find out about a tragedy that shaped who Kiriya is today. There trip puts a strain on their relationship for various reasons, so [...]

    2. Well that got rapey fast. Standard manga tropes of guys who "can't stop themselves" and girls who are "scared of sex but try hard to be sexual so they can make him happy." Gross. Her friend was all "any guy who pushes you to have sex is a creep" in vol 2 and I was like YEAH. But in this volume she's like "you've been dating 5 months, why haven't you had sex yet" and I'm just. -_- I'm done here. Bye.

    3. ~3.5/5[Read more at my blog, Geeky Reading!](May contain some spoilers.)I am still simply enjoying this series at the moment, even with all its clichéd stereotypical glory. It’s just a good, drama-filled, fun read.Most of this volume was about the group going to the beach, and S-E-X. S-E-X was a big part of it, if not the main part, really.So, at the start of the volume, Karin gets a job to help pay for the trip, where she ends up working with Yuka, who seems to be ever present in her life (s [...]

    4. Rate: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This review is for the whole collection: "Girls reading!". True. "Too sweet!". Also true! "So romantic!". Indeed! "Cliché!" Yep. And yet unique!But the truth is that I got the collection on-line, and after starting the first volume, I couldn't put it down until the last one! Literally. It took me around 6-8 hours to finish. Barely stopped to have lunch.

    5. thinking why the main characters always about damsel in distress, the damsel may and could be in distress, but must she always need her prince to justify herself? wellspite the well-built plot, it is indeed an old plot-ingredients, and am still suck for it, hehe

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