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BECAUSE I'M A MAID! Episode 1 by [Japamanga, Stren, Hiiragi, Shinji]
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BECAUSE I'M A MAID! -PART1-
Episode 1: BECAUSE I'M A MAID!

"I'm finally here!! To meet my destiny!!"
The heroine, Karen Otonashi, tries out for a maid position with the Mitsurugi family in hopes of becoming a great maid like her grandmother.
What kind of tests will the Mitsurugi family's handsome young masters set?

Character

Karen Otonashi : 16 years old and a freshman in high school.
She is an amiable and hard-working girl, striving towards her dream of becoming a maid.

Kazumasa Mitsurugi : The eldest son of the wealthy Mitsurugi family and a junior in college.
He is cool and steady. He volunteers as a supervisor in charge of hiring a maid.

Keiji Mitsurugi : The middle son of the Mitsurugi family and a senior in high school.
He is a feminist with a love for women.

Rei Mitsurugi : 6 years old and the youngest son of the Mitsurugi family.
He is quiet and really shy. He does not open his heart to anyone other than his two brothers.

Enjoy BECAUSE I'M A MAID! Episode 1!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 15993 KB
  • Print Length: 36 pages
  • Publisher: STREN CO.,LTD.; Episode 1 edition (Nov. 28 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004XMSPSU
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xb2be1d80) out of 5 stars 332 reviews
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb32e7f30) out of 5 stars Cute with Lighthearted Comedy May 17 2014
By Rose Luxden - Published on Amazon.com
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I really enjoyed this preview book. It gave me a great idea of what reading the series will be like, as it included both a full preview chapter and a partial one. The plot is very interesting and I really want to see these characters develop. You can tell the main character has a special connection with her masters right off the bat, even if that connection isnt clear right away. The main character has clear motivation for putting up with some of the nonsense in that maid test, so it makes it all worthwhile. Overall, the chapter was pretty lighthearted. It's funny with a dash of potential romance.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By Calista mae Kimm - Published on Amazon.com
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cute, simple maid story for a relaxed read. a girl looking to fallow in her beloved grandmothers foot steps. a little brother type, the flirt, and the aloof older brother. all the simple goods.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb2ed7b10) out of 5 stars Happy families are all alike March 3 2014
By Randomnerd - Published on Amazon.com
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Unhappy families are unhappy in different ways (Apologies to Tolstoy), and the Mitsurugi family is quite different.

Three poor-little-rich-boys live isolated in a preposterously large mansion after a tragedy claims the life of both their beloved mother and trusted housekeeper -afraid to be hurt again, they keep their distance from the staff, and even their own father. A plucky girl named Karen joins the staff, looking to become the same perfect and trustworthy retainer her grandmother -the aforementioned housekeeper- was. Did I mention she grew up with the two older boys?

This is a fun little manga, full of the usual comedic situations and melodramatic emergencies... there's nothing objectionable in it, and makes for light reading -unfortunately, there's also nothing challenging in it, and it's not unique. Happy manga, like happy families, are all alike.

If you're an addict for shoujo, this is a good choice. If you're curious about shoujo, this is a good choice. If you've read shoujo, and have been unimpressed, this will not impress you. I will keep reading a few more episodes, just to see where it goes -I never give up on something after just one installment.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
By Mandy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
It's a good book as far as I've read, great illustration. I would recommend it to any fan of manga.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb2ed79d8) out of 5 stars enjoyed few problems Dec 8 2011
By creative_entity - Published on Amazon.com
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I loved the drawings and the plots made me laugh, but I felt a little robbed because the first half is the story in English and the second half is just a repeat of what you read in Japanese. I don't know if there is a second one but it seems like there should be more. It moved a little fast but still entertaining.