Kitchen Princess, Vol. 10
Publish date: July 7th 2009
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 208
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.