Review for Twilight Vows: Harlequin Manga

Review for Twilight Vows: Harlequin Manga

I received this manga from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.

So, I have a whole batch of Harlequin Manga to read and review, so prepare yourselves!

Normally Harlequin is already hard to believe, over the top romance, some dramarama, but this one tops it all with a vampire romance interest. Yup. Vampire. I was kind of hesitant, but on the other side I wanted to read this. Because dang, that vampire guy looked HOT. 😛

The story begins when our MC, Rachel, is being drowned by her aunt and uncle (Yes, really. For insurance money.), and Donovan rescues her. From that moment on they are connected. Yes, it sounds cliche, but I would think that that moment is when they became destined together. For her to find him again when she was older.
After that the book heads to the now, Rachel is on her way back to her home village. She wants to discover more about the mysterious castle near the village + also find out more that traumatic event that happened when she was a kid. I really liked that the author did it this way, now we know that Donovan is a good guy (despite being a very hungry vampire).

I had a laugh that Rachel was just not influenced by Donovan’s powers and Donovan just didn’t know what to do about it. She is just too stubborn, just let her stay with you! It is the best for both of you.

Then something happened and my heart just broke. For Donovan, but also for Rachel. But on the one hand… this event did lead them to talk about their feelings, and we also learn more about what happened to Donovan’s maker, Dante.

And then something else happened, and I am crying. Weeping for these two. Happy tears, but still tears.

Oh, and we also find out more about creepy Manny. And dang, that bro is shivers beyond creepy. Dude, Rachel is not your property. Get that. And get out. Away. Shoo.

OMG, I am crying even more now. Dang you author. Dang you mangaka. cries And these are tears of OMG and happiness and sadness and OMG OMG OMG. That was just the best (albeit a bit overdramatic) ending. continues crying

All in all, a fantastic harlequin manga. At first I was a bit worried about the supernatural element, but oh boy, did it fit well, and did I love it! I would highly recommend this one.

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