Maid-sama! (2-in-1 Edition), Vol. 7: Includes Vols. 13 & 14

Maid sama in Edition Vol Includes Vols Misaki decides to tell Usui how she feels and goes on a date with him to the amusement park on Christmas Day But with Cedric the spy following their every move will she be able to say anything Later

  • Title: Maid-sama! (2-in-1 Edition), Vol. 7: Includes Vols. 13 & 14
  • Author: Hiro Fujiwara
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Misaki decides to tell Usui how she feels and goes on a date with him to the amusement park on Christmas Day But with Cedric the spy following their every move, will she be able to say anything Later, Usui drops some serious news that will affect his relationship with Misaki

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    One thought on “Maid-sama! (2-in-1 Edition), Vol. 7: Includes Vols. 13 & 14”

    1. This series continues to be adorable, but I think my love for it has been overshadowed by my current Skip-Beat! obsession. Also, Usui is getting awfully lovey-dovey, which, while adorable, can get almost too mushy.

    2. this volume of maid sama made me feel soo giddy inside that it was unbearable.Misaki finally told everyone that her and Usui were an item and i was smiling from ear to ear that it was awesome. I felt exactly like Misaki's maid latte boss that it was soo precious that i wanted to bottle up the cute in a bottle and carry it with me forever.

    3. This volume had some good character development, and we got to see more of Misaki's sister, whom I love. But I can see the build up being something I do. Not. WANT.

    4. Always fun, especially for tsundere and maid fans. Added bonus: some progress is made in the main relationship as the status quo starts to crumble a bit.

    5. ~4/4Oh man, Misa and Usui finally make it official in this volume. I'm so very happy about this, because it was the last step to them making the statement. It's nice to see Misa making the step forward with him, too, since it's so hard on her to talk about her real feelings. There are a few very sweet moments between them in this volume.A surprising note, here, is how human Usui seems now. Before, he was a straight-faced, emotionless guy who was always around for Misa, the stereotypical, invinci [...]

    6. More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress/Ah, I still love this series - so surprising that after 14 volumes it still manages to be so good. Fujiwara keeps the storyline fresh and new without resorting to silly melodrama. Especially in this volume, where we get the big confession, Ayuzawa doesn't turn into a lovesick fool and Usui remains inscrutable but strong as always. I love that both characters are intelligent and grounded rather than ditzy genki airheads.Story: Ayuzawa [...]

    7. finally!! These volumes were so adorable like the moe just fluttered out the pages. I can't wait to read the next two and see how the story evolves.

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