- Series: Yaoi Manga
- Paperback: 200 pages
- Publisher: Digital Manga Publishing (January 15, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1569702977
- ISBN-13: 978-1569702970
- Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 0.5 x 7.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.9 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,059,548 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Caramel (Yaoi) (Yaoi Manga) Paperback – January 15, 2013
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Top Customer Reviews
Todo does show restraint later on in going all the way (hence--I assume--the "this isn't creepy" remarks in other reviews), but that doesn't forgive the initial assault, which he never apologizes for.
If you don't mind this sort of interaction in your fictional romances, because it is fiction, you can take advice from the other reviews. I just wish I'd been warned before spending my money.
Yes the handsome Roku, who's a president of a business and high earning citizen, is afraid of the dark. Not a problem, as Iori is use to sleeping with his younger siblings all the time...but when Roku 'touches' him one night Iori must comes to terms with what their relationship really is.
If you've read any of Puku's works you will know what you're in for; some cute chibis, funny scenes and strangely addictive characters! I love Puku's mangas because she delivers simple rom coms that are not over the top, smutty or demanding. Just refreshing romances based around quirky characters.
The art is also favorable. The level of detail in the smallest things: clothing, backgrounds, anatomy...even in her chibis you can see good design. I not talking 'Rihito Takarai' here but definitely in a class of her own.
I enjoy this manga because it always leaves me with a smile on my face, no matter how many times i read it. Look, nothing terribly exciting happens and the drama or scenarios are not gripping; it's simple and enjoyable. Also, although this is a yaoi - the first from Puku, as she mainly does Shounen-Ai's - it's very tame. Good, but tame.
Conclusion: If you are after a refreshing romance with loveable characters, adorable art and some good laughs, you will enjoy this.
PS: The name 'Caramel' is based around the argument between Roku and Iori about having Caramel sauce with pudding. Roku doesn't like it, where Iori does. I must say, after all the talk about delicious caramel pudding i had to make my own...and I'm siding with Iori! haha
[Copied from my MyAnimeList review]
The artwork is cute; the artist uses more solid lines than compared to others. She also does a lot of really funny, joking illustrations. It makes it really entertaining to read, and brought a lot of laughs.
The story is really cute. I think the characters ended up being really lovable and well developed, especially considering how short it is; I really grew to like all of them. And it's definitely not as creepy as the summary makes it sound! It's actually really funny and sweet.
I would totally recommend buying it. This was a title I wasn't sure about purchasing, but I'm so glad I did! Just writing about it makes me smile.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this book to add to my collection. I love every one that I have.Published 7 days ago by Unicornhal
Caramel is a manual on how to spot an abuser before things turn violent. Roku is needy, childish and possessive. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Karin Mazaki
Carmel is a sweet and fluffy book. This is the type of book that I would reread and recommend for someone who's into simple and cute stories.Published 12 months ago by Xeng-Yeng Xiong
This was super duper adorable, I don't know how else to explain it. Highly recommend if you like fluff upon fluff.
Also no, there is no smut.
An adorable story about finding love in your annoying new roommate. I recommend for all yaoi fans.Published 16 months ago by Alyssa Cruz Jones
Story was cute but I had the fact that it would not go full screen on my iPad which made the writing tiny and hard to readPublished 18 months ago by MsNing
its came really early! when i got it i started reading it right away. I love it! <3Published 19 months ago by jennifer almazan