Sensual Phrase, Vol. 11
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Sensual Phrase, Vol. 11 (Sensual Phrase #11)

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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 fabulous...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published December 13th 2005 by Viz Media
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Chibineko
I've owned these books for a while but recently re-read them. I have to say, this is one series that completely took me by surprise. I'd seen it on the shelves but dismissed them unfairly. The following review is for the entire series.

I love the artwork and story in this series. I especially love how the actual pairing off happened so quickly in relation to other series, which I like. (It's one of the reasons I loved Kare Kano as much as I did.) There's the typical "I luff them but someone is fi...more
Shannon
Wow, this manga has seriously taken a turn for the better. After a few disappointing storylines, things have steadily rising back up. I was a bit thrown off by the random drag queen guy at the end of the previous volume haha, but I didn't hate him as much as I thought I would. He pissed me off for a bit. Then he turned out to be an ok sort of guy I suppose. He was loads more likeable than other characters that have been thrown in the series for drama.

I must say though, I thoroughly hate this Sak...more
Grace
aah so much drama, it's hurting my head! I really like the new producer for lucifer or ▲ucifer, ( why can't they use one or the other? ) but that's probably because I read so much yaoi manga! I believe his name is Mr. takayama.

I understand why sakuya loses his cool when he knows Aine's being hurt or been hurt, but he chose the career first! at the same time though, i want him to do something about it! probably it's just his age is why he acts so recklessly towards that kind of situation. AAAAAH...more
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Mayu Shinjo debuted in 1994 in Shogakukan's Shōjo Comic with "Anata no Iro ni Somaritai". She continued writing for Shogakukan until 2007, with her works appearing in both Shōjo Comic and their other magazine Cheese!. She left the company to go freelance citing a dispute over working conditions and abusive treatment by her editor.
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