Cover Image: Love Me, Love Me Not, Vol. 10

Love Me, Love Me Not, Vol. 10

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So my complaint with the previous volume is that things were moving slowly and things do happen in this volume! Sort of!  We get some apparent closure with the divorce saga, we see fallout with Kazuomi's family, and we see the new Akari love triangle competition firming up.  This is a much better paced, although still a bit too dreamy, volume in the series.
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Absolutely loved it!! I already need the next volume immediately!! If you are looking for a great teen manga to read this series is a must!
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Gaaaaah!! This volume is so good yet so frustrating!! I really want Inui and Akari to finally see eye to eye on their situation, but it seems like we'll need to wait for it!
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The students at our school have finished the Blue Flag series and wanted something new so I tested this out as an arc. It has all the elements they enjoy...a group of friends, complicated relationships, teen angst, cute illustrations. The bonus for me is that there is nothing inappropriate and I can happily approve it for our library.

I received this arc from netgalley in exchange for my honest review.
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Another great volume in this story of two very different girls who live in the same apartment building and become friends. With Yuna and Rio now together the focus of this volume shifts to Akari and Kazuomi. These two kids are both dealing with realistic problems at home. Akari's mother and stepfather are fighting and she has to decide if she can stand up to her mother in the face of another possible move. At the same time her ex is trying to convince her he has changed. Kazuomi has to decide whether he should remain passive or let his parents know what he plans for the future. Both want to be with the other but worry about their compatibility and how they can support another person when they haven't been honest about what they want in other aspects of their life. Overall, a great addition to a story that is a light, sweet, book about romance and friendship that also has enough depth to not make it frivolous.
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just alot of back and forth talking on this one.  still needed and good for the story but didn't have anything that made me gasp or squeal!  still a great series with amazing art. 10/10 would recommend anyone who enjoys shojo.
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This volume packed a whallop! Akari and Inui are working hard on the future they want, with various walls in the way. They try hard to work through them in this volume. Inui has a hard road right now. His family is very strict in what they want for him, and it's not what he wants. Akari wants to make changes, and learn to speak up for herself. She wants to start with her mom, but the timing always feels off. 
I can't wait to see what happens in the next volume.
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