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  • Looking forward to reading more!

    I use to complain that I couldn't find clean manga. More and more that is getting debunked. That Wolf-Boy is Mine! was extremely clean and was surprised by the slow, casual pace of the romance. Though that ending was a straight up cliffhanger and I was in agony knowing I didn't have volume two on hand. LOL! I think one of the things that was most surprising is that though there is some slight insta love, the romance was not rushed and it starts out very much acquaintances to friends to what I hope will be a dating couple. There is another character who makes it VERY clear there shouldn't be any kind of developing romance whatsoever, which makes things get interesting. Not only do we have this new added tension, but there is also it seems like a focus on mending this rift between humans and "shifters." That was one of my favorite parts of this story because while Komugi COULD take the opportunity to be a love-filled MC who is only obsessed with said hero, she cares more that this said character (and the others) sees that not all humans are bad or uncaring. That was awesome! I would be DEEPLY curious in reading book two because that ending was just…I don't know! Like why did so-and-so character say what they did?! (I'm not saying names because when I casually flipped through the manga before reading and I thought one character said the said thing in question, but I was wrong. So I'm not potentially spoiling that for anyone.) It is a lot slower paced, and if you don't mind a slower manga (but with fantastic art), then I would recommend this one! That Wolf-Boy is Mine! has a smattering of Japanese folklore (which I LOVED! Those notes at the end were awesome!) and is sure to have a super sweet growing romance in the continued volumes!

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