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Demon Love Spell, Vol. 1 Paperback – December 4, 2012
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Miko is a shrine maiden, and while everyone else in her family can see spirits, she can't sense them at all. Disappointed in herself because she has no sixth sense, she nonetheless studied hard to recognize and banish demons. So while she is familiar with their characteristics and their powers, she can't see them, which makes carrying on the family tradition unlikely. Still, she has hopes and she is dedicated to both the shrine and her family legacy.
When an incubus begins to prey on girls at her high school, a moment of high emotion gives her the strength to seal his powers and confine him into an itty-bitty demon form. Once the most powerful demon, Kagura is now helpless against stronger demons, and he can't revert back to his former self, a tall, stunningly gorgeous young man who knocks the ladies dead. He is a sitting duck, and so is Miko. Since she was powerful enough to seal away Kagura's powers, all the demons want to kill him and eat Miko to gain her strength. Eek! She can't even see her enemies unless she is holding chibi Kagura! How can she defend herself against a bunch of big, bad, ugly monsters?Read more ›
I didn't even bother reading volume 2, I just flipped through the pages. I will be taking both volumes to my local used bookstore asap.
But it was still really good and I'm ready for the third volume to come out. (Already bought the second because I got hooked on the first!)
Miko is a Shrine Maiden who is doing her best to become a strong Priestess and fight evil spirits like her father. She is a fun and willful character who although a little forgetful doesn't complain when things go bad. Instead she does what she can to fix the problem. I like her fighting spirit and kind heart.
It was really interesting to read about a shrine maiden as the heroine for once. She is also a very relatable character and isn't too perfect or too flighty.
Kagura is a demon who feeds of women's passionate feelings and although annoyed by Miko at first soon starts to warm up to her. He is an interesting character who has a lot of different sides to him and I can't wait to find out more about him and his past as the series progresses. I liked that he has a soft side, but still retains his own unique personality even if it does get on Miko's nerves (more fun that way).
All around this was a fun and exciting new series that I can't wait to read more of!
ART: The art was beautiful and showed the emotions of the characters very well I couldn't get enough of the amazing drawings! I definitely give this artwork a 5/5
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I saw this book as a recommendation when I looked for the Hakuoki game. The first book is ok. The main male character is quite annoying.Published 6 months ago by acmp
I bought all six volumes a while ago, but am just now reading them. I really enjoy the characters, and art style.Published 8 months ago by poplinr
A cute story that keeps you wanting more with its twists and turns.Published 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
I got this manga because it's by the same author as midnight secretary. I have enjoyed ever page of it.Published 18 months ago by Tish
The first Volume was very interesting. There was a lot of romance scenes which were so adorable. I mostly liked the part were the guy turned into a tiny doll. It was so cute! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Kindle Customer
I was pretty disappointed in the story as a whole, how gullible the girl was, the awkward dream scenes, the often cliche characters. Painful to read from start to finish. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Blue Eyes