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Honey Hunt, Vol. 4 (Honey Hunt #4)

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Find the courage to become a star!

R to L (Japanese Style). Find the courage to become a star! As Yura continues her foray into the glamorous world of acting, she's starting to learn that success is often marred with setbacks and compromises. Although she fails to land the lead role in a new drama penned by famous screenwriter Maki Todo, she does succeed in getting offered
Paperback, 192 pages
Published April 6th 2010 by VIZ Media LLC (first published 2010)
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Oct 31, 2010 Rach rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2010, manga
Another great volume. But that's not a shock at this point! This volume is special because we really get a glimpse into who Keiichi is. Up until this point, he's seemed rather stoic and unfazed by anything. He's been focused on building Yura's career and making her a bigger star than her mother, and seems to have her best interests at heart. For the most part, I think that's still true. But it is an interesting development to see that Keiichi is starting to have feelings for Yura. Though I think ...more
I was really disappointed in Yura this volume!! Crushes are no reason to treat others in your life poorly!! I want to say just because a character is foolish that that doesn't mean the volume was bad. But in this case its true!

I don't appreciate the choices Yura is making. Does her insecurities from her parent's relationship really have so little hold over her? If the answer is no, then that means her feud with her mother was just a contrivance to get her to enter the entertainment business. Als
Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
Good volume.
Jan 22, 2016 Katie rated it really liked it
Shelves: manga, completed
see full review @ Katie's Corner

And as always I’m cursing myself for not checking the status of the manga before I started reading it. Well, truth be told, I did check it and thought it was completed, but it appears that the author just dropped the project and here I was having so much fun reading it, especially it was getting somewhere very interesting.

This story is nothing special. However, it held my interest through out the story and I never once wanted to put it down. So haters hate it, but
May 21, 2013 Starry rated it it was amazing
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May 06, 2010 Korynn rated it liked it
Shelves: manga
Upfront, I will say I hated Hot Gimmick, also by this author. I absolutely loathed the way the men in that book abused and manipulated the female lead who just shook it off and submitted to more unacceptable behavior. So far, Honey Hunt has created a harem of men who all seek to make our female lead Yura their one and only - but their manipulation is so far passive. Although Yura appears to have chosen Q-ta as her prince which leads to delectable scenes of innocent young love, I am hoping this ...more
Jul 01, 2012 Anna added it
Q-ta returns from London. He's so emotionally manipulative: he takes his sweet time contacting Yura, and when she decides that she has something better to do with her time than waiting for his text, he returns to the picture and asks her to blatantly sabotage her career to have sweet loving times with him.

Miki Aihara really loves her doormat heroines.

Also, the "Love Lesson" omake is SUPER CREEPY. Totally gave me the heebie-jeebies.
Meg Fee
Dec 11, 2011 Meg Fee rated it really liked it
I like this series. It isn't one of those ones where it's "I gotta know what's gonna happen next," but is enjoyable. Yura continues her attempts to make it in show biz, although very little of that is touched upon in this volume. She becomes recognizable as the noodle girl though. Qta is more prominate in this volume than his brother. Yura's life is further complicated with her manager's control over it.
May 24, 2010 Danielle rated it really liked it
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Nina {ᴡᴏʀᴅs ᴀɴᴅ ᴡᴀᴛᴇʀ}
Idiot! Okay, I do like this, but I still think Skip Beat is better! Yura has too much romance in her head, and I don't get to see her transform much. At least in The One, there was even amounts of both. Yura! I can't tell if Q-ta really cares about you or not! He totally seems into you, but hell he's dragging you away! Let him go! Lol. Yura, timid and shy, but relatively okay actor, I wish you'd become a stronger character, I really do! SO I'm going to keep reading just for you
Mar 30, 2014 Julie rated it really liked it
This series is frustrating in that you know it's one giant love triangle, and it will never be resolved because a) that's bad for plot and b) the series is on "hiatus" anyway (not that I ever see it coming back). I have a clear, clear frontrunner in who I want to win this battle and while I love his scenes he's not stepping up as much as he needs to - and that's just kinda depressing to read.
Jun 13, 2011 Starbubbles rated it liked it
Shelves: manga
It's a trap Yura! Q-ta is out to destroy your career! Don't do it!
Well, that was my humble advice for what I just read. What is up with all of the apologies too?
'I'm soo sorry, but I must follow my hormones and destroy my life!'
By the end of this volume, I was tired of reading all of the fake appologies.
Noran Miss Pumkin
Mar 02, 2012 Noran Miss Pumkin rated it liked it
Shelves: manga, 2012-books
I am too physically ill with bronchitis to do this vile review. Yet-who is the gay guy? Which of Yura-chans
hotties, maybe not for her, but what they can get from her????????!
Sarah Evans
Mar 20, 2011 Sarah Evans rated it liked it
This author seems to specialize in whiny girl characters. This one is getting worse, but I'll give it one more volume.
Douglas Cootey
Hmm, Yura is starting to annoy me. She's so passive that I find the events in this book unbelievable.
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Miki Aihara (相原実貴 Aihara Miki) is a Japanese female manga artist noted for creating the manga series Hot Gimmick and the series Tokyo Boys & Girls. She debuted with the series Lip Conscious in the manga magazine Betsucomi.
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