Review for Kyou mo Onnanoko wo Kouryaku shita. Vol.1

Review for Kyou mo Onnanoko wo Kouryaku shita. Vol.1

Muku, Girl, Manga, LGBT, Romance, Humour, Misunderstanding, Sunset, Desk, Classroom, Friendship, Kyou mo Onnanoko wo Kouryaku shita. Vol.1,A cool girl just wants to be friends with people… but inadvertently she adds them to her harem instead.

I initially read this one for the cover, I just love the colours used and how the girl is just calmly sitting there, as if waiting for us. I love that! And then I started reading and laughing my butt off, because this girl, she got skills but not for making friendship but confusing girls with her cool prince style. In the mean time she has no clue that she is doing it, instead wondering why the girls are all flustered. 😛 And isn’t just her classmates it seems who get flustered by her. I do wonder how she never has a clue that she is doing it. I know I am oblivious at times, but not this badly.

We also meet a girl who knows darn well what she is doing to girls. Yep, the opposite of Kasumi. She reminded me of Yurika from another manga who became the school’s gigolo. It was quite funny to see her try to seduce Kasumi, but instead something else happens. I am curious to see more of this girl.

The art was really pretty and I love the style. I so love the facial expressions of the girls who Kasumi asks to be friends. They are just perfection and make it all more hilarious.

I wonder who is next on Kasumi’s harem, um friend list. And how will the relationships grow between her and the girls she already seduced, um befriended will grow. Will Kasumi one day release she is the cool prince type?
Oh, and we also have other relationships between other girls and I would love to see more of those.

I am definitely going to be reading this one further. I want to see Kasumi make more friends and also get out of her shell more. Feel more comfortable in situations.

Star rating, 4.5 stars

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