Item description for Voices Of Love by Kanae Hazuki...
Passionate manga for ladies! Some say forbidden fruit is the sweetest! Voices of Love serves up a steaming-hot collection of five romantic, passionate, sexy stories about modern women and the men they love. The title story follows a relationship between young teacher Mika Tsukahara and Naokazu Kuga, an 18-year old student at her school. They're neighbors too, and can't control their attraction to each other!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.5" Width: 5" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Jan 30, 2008
Publisher Luv Luv
ISBN 1934496081 ISBN13 9781934496084
Reviews - What do customers think about Voices Of Love?
Worth the money May 21, 2008
I absolutely loved this manga title. What you can expect is beautifully drawn characters, lots of smut, and a book that you'll actually want to go back and re-read. I loved all of the stories included, especially the very first one which, is about a teacher that lives right next to her student. So, you can guess what happens next :) I think you should definitely pick this one up if your even a little interested in what I wrote above.
Sexy and Fun! Apr 9, 2008
I found this manga very sweet and sexy. Yes, girls want to make love, too! The artwork is very sweet but the story line is sometime a little bitter but still heartwarming at the end. I enjoyed every single story in the book!
Strong introduction for Luv Luv Press Feb 29, 2008
I believe it is a great thing that Luv Luv Press is bringing in a whole new genre of manga for our American audience! For their debut manga, they chose "Voices of Love." While some people may compare this to shoujo manga, they will be gravely mistaken. Made for adults, this is a collection of short stories with a common theme. There is the teacher/student, the friends with benefits (but the guy has a girlfriend), the abusive boyfriend, the relationship with a big age gap, and the girl who thinks she must fornicate for friendship. Each deals with something slightly taboo or painful, and most are very well-done. I loved the artwork in this, as well.
Collection Luv Luv -- Not to a good start Feb 27, 2008
When I saw that Aurora Press was starting a josei collection (josei = targeted audience is women rather than girls), I thought, how great, we'll finally move on from the wishy-washy ditherers common to a lot of shoujo and see some women...! Nuh-uh.
The heroines of 'Voices of Love' have got no backbones whatsoever - NONE - and they're even worse than the usual clichéd shoujo heroine: the latter at least show some spirit when its time to protect their virginity, or their loved ones (I know, I know, this is grossly reductive... but I'm not that far off-track, am I?). In 'Voices of Love' however, the heroines are (on top of everything else) sexually submissive to dirt-bags who're supposedly of love-interest material!! WHO DO YOU TAKE ME FOR. Really.
There are five oneshot stories in the manga, and to be fair one of them was not so bad... but honestly, spend your precious manga money on another one.