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Not being a big fan of romance, this volume really surprised me. Being the opposite of vol. 1 and going heavy on the romance and light on the plot, I ended up really, really enjoying myself with these characters. The first few chapters were a bit of a whirlwind but soon I settled into the characters and enjoyed the humour. One thing I like is that these two know they like each other and Chiaki is all over Maron by the middle of the volume so this isn't going to be one of those long drawn out secret crushes. We get to know both of them quite well and their backgrounds with their parents creating fairly deep characters. While the relationship is progressing there are still plenty of people to save from the demons and I'm enjoying those encounters. There is also an interesting sup-plot between Maron and her best friend. The best friend has a crush on Chiaki as well and is also hunting down and trying to capture the thief Jeanne, not knowing it is Maron. The art is very pretty and satisfying! I love the cover of this book so much. For a highly romantic, relationship shoujo I'm pleasantly surprised with how satisfied I felt upon finishing this volume and loved the little shock ending! I will certainly be continuing on to volume three! ( )
  ElizaJane | May 22, 2014 |
The action takes second place to the complicated relationships of the characters in this second volume. Maron meets Chiaki's father and his fiancee - the second whom she never knew existed! Hurt and angry that Chiaki has constantly hit on her while he has a fiancee, the problem is compounded when she realizes he is also Kaito Sinbad, her rival and enemy in collecting demons.
Maron is still frustratingly 2-D - she's perfect in nearly every way, and is saved only by the sadness that haunts her, which is enhanced by the problems between Chiaki and her, and news of her parents' divorce. It's the only thing that gives her any depth. ( )
  makaiju | Jul 9, 2006 |
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Sixteen-year-old Kusakabe Maron, known as Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne by night, the reincarnation of Joan of Arc, is on a mission to hunt down demon-possessed paintings and exorcise their spirits, but her work is hindered by Kaito Sinbad, an appealing rival she does not realize is her real-life love interest Chiaki.… (more)

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