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Sentimental Garden Lover (Yaoi Manga) [Kindle Edition]

Muku Ogura
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Sentimental Garden Lover (Yaoi Manga)
Love is found in the strangest places and with the most unexpected partners. The men (and cats!) of SENTIMENTAL GARDEN LOVER burst into heart-throbbing bloom!
A scruffy stray cat wishes for big hands to hold an abused man, and a cute kitten begs for speech to comfort a broken-hearted stranger. Wander further into the garden, and you’ll find close siblings upset by a love rival; a jaded delinquent flustered by a trusting bookworm; an evasive, glasses-hating man; and a president eager to find a weakness in his perfect secretary.
For both cat and human, the quest for love is here!

Translated by Lea H.; Edited by Kimberly Lammens; Lettered by Alexandra Gunawan

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Product Details

  • File Size: 10713 KB
  • Publisher: Digital Manga Publishing (March 27, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007PJ1MGU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #914,872 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4.0 out of 5 stars A collection of sweet, romantic and cute. April 14, 2012
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I find the stories here enjoyable, the artwork pleasing. The best of the lot, which is also the most lengthy, is the story about two cats (one tom cat and the other a kitten) giving love and comfort to two young men (one an abused victim and the other jilted by his lover who wants a family), when the two cats are miraculously transformed into humans. Lovely, warm and fuzzy here and of course if you love cats!.

The other stories are sweet and lighthearted but the translation seem disjointed in some of the panels.

Overall an enjoyable collection. No explicit content except for some non revealing sex scenes in the cats/humans romance and more pronounced scenes in the last romance between a president of a company and his secretary.
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5.0 out of 5 stars How can you resist cats who turn into humans? February 5, 2014
By Gayle
This is a collection of several stories, some of which evolve over several chapters. The first story is the most memorable. How can you resist cats who turn into humans? Especially cats that love their humans so much they want to do something to help! There’s a lot of humor in these stories, and on the whole, this book gives off a warm fuzzy feeling. The first story is one I often re-read when I’m feeling in need of some warm fuzzies.

Fuji loves Hiro but there’s a catch. Fuji is a cat and Hiro is a human. Hiro is a kind-hearted guy who loves cats. And cats love him back! Hiro treats stray cats as nicely as he does his own cat, Fuji. But Hiro is not so lucky in romance, and his boyfriend is not a nice guy. In fact he’s quite abusive. But Fuji is a cat and can’t really be of any help. Or can he?

And then there’s Shima, a stray kitten that Hiro has taken in. It’s funny when Fuji gets jealous because Shima is cute and knows how to use this to his advantage. The two of them fight over Hiro’s lap. Because he’s a stray and used to coming and going, Shima goes off on his own. That’s when he falls (literally) into Taki’s life, a salaryman. It’s hilarious when Taki wakes up to find that the cat he let sleep on the bed is not a cat anymore. And Shima is just as surprised.

I love how the two humans in this story (the main humans, that is, Hiro and Taki) take things in stride. That their cats change into humans doesn’t faze them a bit. (Okay, Taki had a bit of a brain meltdown, but he adapted quickly). It’s so touching when Hiro meets Shima and Taki out and about one day, and he recognizes Shima at once, even in his human form. And it’s very funny when Hiro then apologizes for not recognizing Taki.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Interesting story October 1, 2013
By Kayla
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This was a very great story and I really like this authors work. It was so fun to read and very interesting.
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