Kitchen Princess, Vol. 05
SOMETHING’S COOKINGNajika went to Seika Academy with a dream: to find the boy who saved her life and made her smile when everything else had gone wrong. That boy is Sora, the son of the director of the Academy. Now that Najika has found her prince, she’s very happy. But there’s one major problem:... show more
SOMETHING’S COOKINGNajika went to Seika Academy with a dream: to find the boy who saved her life and made her smile when everything else had gone wrong. That boy is Sora, the son of the director of the Academy. Now that Najika has found her prince, she’s very happy. But there’s one major problem: Sora’s brother, Daichi, has fallen for Najika!
Publish date: February 19th 2008
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 200
Edition language: English
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Series: Kitchen Princess (#2)
I usually don't rate manga on goodreads (I read so many waaayy before I made an account, so I can't be bothered), so I'm just going to rate the first volume and make it count for the rest.I loved this manga, it was one of the first I read.
A cute fluffy story with a teaspoon of anguish....well make that a tablespoon. An orphan goes on a hunt for her "Kitchen Prince."
I have loved Kitchen Princess from the first volume, and the ending didn't disappoint me. I loved the main cast of characters, and how they grew over the course of the series. The romance was very sastifying, sweet and believable, and I think Daichi and Najika would be a very happy couple. This has ...
I think I may love Kitchen Princess a little more with every passing volume. It's really all about the characters. I love that nobody seems to be totally irredeemable, even Daichi and Sora's father. I do get why he hated Najika so much, and the rest of his actions become a lot clearer in this volume...
I ended up really loving Akane in this volume. It takes a lot of guts for her to honestly tell Daichi her feelings and get an honest answer from him, and I really admired her for her reaction. She's come a long way as a character, and it's been done very realistically.
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