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Earl Hamilton
• Sunday, 17 October, 2021
• 10 min read

Swept along by Key’s suggestion to give dating a try, Make struggles to see where she really fits in. Meanwhile, Mitsuki has become distant, and in her attempts to get back the friendship they had, Make discovers his hidden past.

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Make, Key, and Mitsuki now have to confront their own feelings, and they might get a little lost before they find their true answers… FINAL VOLUME! What type of problem do you encounter? Select your problemMissing volumesProblem on the extractContent of the albumAlbum information Reading eazycomicsImpossible to read.

After some traumatic experiences, Kong Kusunoki transferred from the city to start a new life in rural Hokkaido. There she meets 4 boys that end up being animals (just what the title suggests with that okapi) and she will have to keep their secret, but not everything is that simple.

The story is nice, but it feels like so many things are left undone. Like developing the supporting characters, or talking about the past in more deep.

At some point it is like a love triangle is going to happen, but it ends up being nothing. It is just a poor excuse for You to realize his feelings, but still that “tension” is left unresolved.

The art is nothing remarkable, and the story leaves many things in the air. The story is cute, but the chapters are starting to feel really long...

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This volume delves into the different characters and how You is only being especially kind to others in order to be treated well in return. Kong breaks down when You says he can't return her feelings but to ease the pain in her heart, he'll do whatever she wants him to.

Then we have Sashimi, the thunder guy who's been warning Kong against falling for You from the start. This volume delves into the different characters and how You is only being especially kind to others in order to be treated well in return.

Kong breaks down when You says he can't return her feelings but to ease the pain in her heart, he'll do whatever she wants him to. Then we have Sashimi, the thunder guy who's been warning Kong against falling for You from the start.

Personally, I wish she would choose Fushimi, but we all know he's fated to give us all Second Lead Syndrome....and he's an actual animal whereas You is half-animal, so either way it would be really weird if Sashimi was the end guy. But still, this feels worse than a normal rejection... “" I don't even come close to the edge of this heart.

The plot thickens, and it makes me cringe to think that what I was hoping would be a short simple series might in fact grow into something more dramatic. While I definitely enjoyed volume 2, I was hoping that the story might not turn too dramatic.

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The plot thickens, and it makes me cringe to think that what I was hoping would be a short simple series might in fact grow into something more dramatic. While I definitely enjoyed volume 2, I was hoping that the story might not turn too dramatic.

It was nice to see character development in our resident Fox Takashi, In, as well as learn more about our adorable Wolf Takashi, You, and the motivation behind his reaction at the end of volume 1. There was a bit of selflessness on her part, but as is normal among teenage girls, it can be hard to think of others when the one you care about doesn't reciprocate.

The second volume of this series can be summed as “In throwing wrenches into the budding relationship”. And In trying to intimidate her to leaving them in every possible moment brings just more anxiety for her. The focus is very much on following Koizumi on her emotional journey.

The second volume of this series can be summed as “In throwing wrenches into the budding relationship”. And In trying to intimidate her to leaving them in every possible moment brings just more anxiety for her. The focus is very much on following Koizumi on her emotional journey.

Kong deserves happiness! But In is almost partly to blame for the situation. His actions are explained with “humans are untrustworthy and stupid” and wanting to protect their animal posse here but there are hints that's not really it.

Even though this volume was mostly Kong agonizing over her feelings, there were a couple of tiny nice moments of her with her other school friends; good they aren't completely forgotten in the midst of boy-drama. And there were some hints about Kong's family story which I'm eager to read more about.

This volume was slower than the first, but the drama was compelling enough to keep me interested, and I like the characters. Noir's art and lines are very airy but look nice.

Characters aren't developed enough to warrant remembering their names, and facts and backstory are thrown throughout the story feeling more like an info dump than a functioning part of the plot. Also, odd note, but one of the two-page chapter pictures looked suspiciously similar to one in Vampire Knight of the Night Class, Zero, and Yuri. Welcome to volume 2 of That Wolf-Boy is Mine, a series which is both guaranteed to make me go d'WWW and GDI DON'T DO THAT, usually on the same page. Soo I'm very much in the In Sashimi camp.

Welcome to volume 2 of That Wolf-Boy is Mine, a series which is both guaranteed to make me go d'WWW and GDI DON'T DO THAT, usually on the same page. Soo I'm very much in the In Sashimi camp. (view spoiler) [That said, I can already tell this series (unlike Peach Girl, which everyone should read) will not end with the second male love interest winning.

After his rejection at the end of volume 1 (which gets rehashed a lot here as Kong tries to reconcile her feelings with her wants) he basically acts the opposite of helpful. Fushimi-kun, who again I am on his side, plays reluctant confidante to Kong while Joshi pulls tricks for his amusement and Henri tries to convince them to leave him alone, so he can curl up by the heater.

I started this series cause spiritual successor to Fruits Basket hell yeah, but I'm genuinely interested in the deeper mythology being woven in now. The story is told from third person close of the main character Kong.

The story is told from third person close of the main character Kong. There Be Spoilers Ahead. From the back of the book- Kong, the new girl at school, has sworn to protect the secret of You lupine identity.

But in the midst of their growing friendship, she blurts out a startling confession- one that could upset her relationship with You, his crew, and even the delicate balance between humans and spirits. Meanwhile, You sharp, sly friend In takes matters into how own hands and tries to speak some sense into Kong.

Kong and You deal with her confession by just trying to pretend it never happened. Lots of plot movement in this volume with Kong doing her best to handle her feelings but You is not helping.

Is the always classic tale of young girl running from her past to a new school where she slowly makes friends with a group of boys she discovers are actually shape shifting animals! The second volume begins with Komodo confessing her feelings of love to You, only to get rejected and a plea for them to stay friends.

The female character expressing her love and being rejected is a nice spin on the usual tropes, and it is what spearheads the drama in the rest of the volume. Volume 2 gives us a lot more backstory on the boys which I really enjoyed.

We even get to meet their sensei who taught them how to shift and is planning on letting them take over for him in the future. His chemistry with Kong is much more compelling, and I wish that's where this story is heading but judging by the title of the series, nope.

They have a fascinating dynamic, and we get to learn about the boys' world and history through him and his slow burn shift to liking and accepting Kong. It gave us some backstory and set up, which was nice after the breakneck speed of Volume 1.

So what I thought would be a cute and funny little story might be getting a lot deeper than I ever expected. A new character shows up that answers some questions while asking a really important one that gets both Kong and the readers thinking! Lord, I feel like the drama in this story is going to kill debut in a good way.

So what I thought would be a cute and funny little story might be getting a lot deeper than I ever expected. A new character shows up that answers some questions while asking a really important one that gets both Kong and the readers thinking! Lord, I feel like the drama in this story is going to kill debut in a good way.

I’m a little disappointed that there seems to be some hefty time leaps, like a leap of a few weeks at a time, because I feel like you miss some little bonding moments between some characters. The drama isn’t too terrible, making this story still a bit lighthearted and easy to read.

This kind of scenes I am expecting to see in something like the climax or towards the middle of the series. When it comes to comparing Something that I noticed is this manga seems to be moving at a pretty fast pace.

This kind of scenes I am expecting to see in something like the climax or towards the middle of the series. When it comes to comparing this manga to Fruits Basket, Data is the Akita character he's the head of the group and is the one who keeps an eye on things. There is also a love triangle developing in this volume between You, Kong, and In.

This manga focuses on Ring and Komugi, and it seems like In has good intentions and may have some feelings developing toward Kong. Yu, I think, does have some sort of feelings for Kong, even though he rejected her sudden confession. Yu is the KO character when it comes to comparing this manga and Fruits Basket. Summary: The main character is a girl named Origami.

His friends are also animals like raccoon, fox, and cat with two tails. Summary: The main character is a girl named Origami.

His friends are also animals like raccoon, fox, and cat with two tails. It just popped up in my phone after I finished reading another manga on my Manga rock app.

I have a soft spot for love triangles in mangas though I know some readers don't really like them. She isn't those type of pushy and weak girls that crumbles when her crush rejects her.

Instead, she picks herself up and tries to make things less awkward between the two oi have a soft spot for love triangles in mangas though I know some readers don't really like them. She isn't those type of pushy and weak girls that crumbles when her crush rejects her.

I do love a sweet reverse-harem every once in a while as long as it doesn't get too ludicrous (which it doesn't, luckily), and definitely with such varying types of characters as we get to see in Natasha no Ookami-kun. And gosh, those animal ears and tails simply scream *MOE* all the way.

Yes, please after a promising first volume, the second one went deeper into establishing a bit of drama. I do love a sweet reverse-harem every once in a while as long as it doesn't get too ludicrous (which it doesn't, luckily), and definitely with such varying types of characters as we get to see in Natasha no Ookami-kun.

And gosh, those animal ears and tails simply scream *MOE* all the way. Given the nature of manga I'm not going to be giving a full review of subsequent volumes except the final volume in a series where I'll be giving a spoiler- free review of the series.

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