That Wolf-Boy is Mine! Vol. 2

That Wolf Boy is Mine Vol Komugi s not sure what to expect when her family moves to the remote northern island of Hokkaido and she starts at a new high school But she certainly didn t expect a boy to come up to her and say G

  • Title: That Wolf-Boy is Mine! Vol. 2
  • Author: Youko Nogiri
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Komugi s not sure what to expect when her family moves to the remote northern island of Hokkaido, and she starts at a new high school But she certainly didn t expect a boy to come up to her and say, Gee you smell good, somehow That boy is Yu Ogami, and Komugi finds herself strangely drawn to him But when she sees him in an unguarded moment, she discovers he s a werewKomugi s not sure what to expect when her family moves to the remote northern island of Hokkaido, and she starts at a new high school But she certainly didn t expect a boy to come up to her and say, Gee you smell good, somehow That boy is Yu Ogami, and Komugi finds herself strangely drawn to him But when she sees him in an unguarded moment, she discovers he s a werewolf Now she has a choice to make to keep his secret, or to ask for help and risk angering a wolf boy

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    1. The second book is full of rejection and sadness "I fell in love with him, but he rejected me""To have him so near physically, yet his heart is still so far.""But still, this feels worse than a normal rejection""I don't even come close to the edge of this heart. I can't understand it at all but it's hurting me so much. "

    2. "He's so close to me. But his heart is so far away."This volume delves into the different characters and how Yu is only being especially kind to others in order to be treated well in return. Komugi breaks down when Yu says he can't return her feelings but to ease the pain in her heart, he'll do whatever she wants him to.Then we have Fushimi, the tsundere guy who's been warning Komugi against falling for Yu from the start. But it seems as if he has to watch out for his own feelings towards her as [...]

    3. The plot thickens and it makes me cringe to think that what I was hoping would be a short simple series might in fact grow into something more dramatic. While I definitely enjoyed volume 2, I was hoping that the story might not turn too dramatic. It hasn't gone completely there (I'm looking at YOU, Boys Over Flowers), but there is the possibility that it could. And that worries me since I like my shoujo. Just not too shoujo-y, if that makes sense. A little drama can go a long way, but too much d [...]

    4. Welcome to volume 2 of That Wolf-Boy is Mine, a series which is both guaranteed to make me go d'awww and GDI DON'T DO THAT, usually on the same page.Soo I'm very much in the Rin Fushimi camp. He's about tsun-tsun (tsundere) as they come, which is basically my type in manga. (view spoiler)[That said, I can already tell this series (unlike Peach Girl, which everyone should read) will not end with the second male love interest winning.As a side note: why do manga, anime and Asian dramas make their [...]

    5. This series. I have feelings. I don't know what type of feelings. But I have them. I do want to know what happens next, so that's good. Right?

    6. So what I thought would be a cute and funny little story might be getting a lot deeper than I ever expected. The plot thickens as a new ‘forbidden love’ theme gets added to the story, but so far this theme may play out a little differently than in other stories. A new character shows up that answers some questions while asking a really important one that gets both Komugi and the readers thinking!Lord, I feel like the drama in this story is going to kill me−but in a good way. The drama isn [...]

    7. I have a soft spot for love triangles in mangas though I know some readers don't really like them. I love the love triangle that is happening in this volume. It isn't excessive and the characters know when to hold back. I love Rin so much. <3 2nd male lead syndrome is appearing again. @_@ Anyways, I love Kusunoki's character. She isn't those type of pushy and weak girls that crumbles when her crush rejects her. Instead, she picks herself up and tries to make things less awkward between the tw [...]

    8. There's something about Fushimi Rin that scares me. His attitude? Maybe. The way he narrows his eyes or glares at Komugi? Probably. I mean I get that he's only doing what he's doing just defend and protect his friend (Oogami), but being harsh/mean to Komugi isn't the right way.

    9. Again super sweet and beautiful just sucks when I can relate to it so well, but that's what makes a book good right?

    10. This series continues to simultaneously be adorable and kick me right in my feelies. Can't wait for the next one.

    11. While not my favorite manga series ever, I found this volume to be as entertaining as the first one. Things happen, and yet somehow there isn't a lot of things happening. A lot of the plot seems to be character driven. I am curious about the characters and I do plan on reading the next one.

    12. Rating: 4/5Well, here comes the love triangle. I did not think there would be a love triangle in this series, but that was rather naive of me seeing as shoujo manga nearly always includes a love triangle.I don't hate it. It makes sense and I see where the attraction is coming from, but I had hoped for something new from this story. I worry that this series is steering away from the elements which were making it feel very magical to me towards something much more typicaleck out more from me here: [...]

    13. Why do I read these? Dark haired boy is always too slow to realize his feelings for the girl who loves him. Light haired boy falls in love with girl. I root for light haired boy because dark haired boy is clueless, but dark haired boy wins in the end. I don't know why I like these books when they never turn out the way I want them to! I think I have a problem

    14. ~3-3.5/5In this volume, mostly we see Komugi struggling with her feelings. She's trying to act normal, because that's what Yu wants. It's hard, though, to pretend she doesn't feel this way.We meet a new character, the father figure in the animal family. Komugi also starts wondering about her family, and if there's something in her that makes her different.Despite how Rin acts like a jerk to Komugi, we're seeing that his actions are opposite, because he's always around her. He shows up way too of [...]

    15. the story is the easy to read school life romance with a touch of supernatural spice.Even if the characters are not completely human, they're are trying to blend in so, the topic of feelings and falling in love is part of that.In this volume friendship and affection are put on the test as we see how the characters deal with rejection, denial, worry and blooming unexpected emotions.This is the second out of four volumes and I wonder how the story is going to develop at the end. Would it be like H [...]

    16. I am not sure if anyone was going to even bother read this review, but if you, the reader, is actually there some where i would absolutely recommend this manga. its about this girl who transfers from Tokyo to a small place, then meets popular nice looking guys who happen to be animals which are able to change into humans. and then the story continue around these group of people, and the girl.

    17. More like a 3.5. I feel like this is a series that will grow on me when there are a couple more volumes out. I do love the art style though!!

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