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The Devil Does Exist, Vol. 1 by Mitsuba…

The Devil Does Exist, Vol. 1

by Mitsuba Takanashi

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Confessing to the person you like is never easy, having the attention seeking Edogawa Tekeru know who you like is even worse. Kayano thought high school was going to be hard enough but take on running errands for Takeru and it is almost unbearable especially when their parents are getting married and they have to move in with one another.

I loved the storyline development and growth of the characters. This is a series that I was really excited about reading. The romance does not start at the beginning but it grows stronger because of everything the couple has to overcome and go through. Kayano is a lovable personality and even though most people do not like Takeru in the beginning, he grows on you too.

Note: This review was completed after reading volumes 1-11. ( )
  wolfangel87 | Mar 9, 2013 |
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