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Demon Love Spell, Vol. 1 by [Shinjo, Mayu]
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Miko is a shrine maiden who has never had much success at seeing or banishing spirits. Then she meets Kagura, a sexy demon who feeds off women’s feelings of passion and love. Kagura’s insatiable appetite has left many girls at school brokenhearted, so Miko casts a spell to seal his powers. Surprisingly the spell works—sort of—but now Kagura is after her!

About the Author

Mayu Shinjo was born on January 26. She is a prolific writer of shojo manga, including the series Sensual Phrase. Her current series include Ai-Ore! and Ayakashi Koi Emaki. Her hobbies are cars, shopping and taking baths. Shinjo likes The Prodigy, Nirvana, U2 and Glay.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 174246 KB
  • Print Length: 200 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat (Dec 18 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00F3HK4FG
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9ff492c4) out of 5 stars 32 reviews
21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d46c87c) out of 5 stars Demon Love Spell v 1 Review Dec 11 2012
By Manga Maniac Cafe - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I have a bit of a love/hate relationship with Mayu Shinjo's works. Her titles usually feature a douche bag uber alpha hero and a timid, naïve heroine. I usually don't enjoy reading stories where the hero treats the heroine, his supposed love interest, like crap. That's one of the problems I have with Black Bird, though I find myself helplessly flipping through whatever new volumes happen to end up in my hands. I don't want to like it, but I do. Ugh! Demon Love Spell reminds me a lot of Black Bird, so if you are a fan of Kanoko Sakurakoji, you might want to give this series a try.

Miko is a shrine maiden, and while everyone else in her family can see spirits, she can't sense them at all. Disappointed in herself because she has no sixth sense, she nonetheless studied hard to recognize and banish demons. So while she is familiar with their characteristics and their powers, she can't see them, which makes carrying on the family tradition unlikely. Still, she has hopes and she is dedicated to both the shrine and her family legacy.

When an incubus begins to prey on girls at her high school, a moment of high emotion gives her the strength to seal his powers and confine him into an itty-bitty demon form. Once the most powerful demon, Kagura is now helpless against stronger demons, and he can't revert back to his former self, a tall, stunningly gorgeous young man who knocks the ladies dead. He is a sitting duck, and so is Miko. Since she was powerful enough to seal away Kagura's powers, all the demons want to kill him and eat Miko to gain her strength. Eek! She can't even see her enemies unless she is holding chibi Kagura! How can she defend herself against a bunch of big, bad, ugly monsters? To make matters worse, she can't remember which spell she used to seal away his powers, so she can't change Kagura back to his powerful self. She isn't even sure that she wants to; he'll just go back to preying on innocent women and stealing their life essences, anyway!

Kagura can enter Miko's dreams when she's asleep, so he steals into them and seduces her in order to gain back some of his strength. Miko can't remember a thing in the morning, but she feels a burning sense of embarrassment, and she's exhausted. Like she was up all night long. Which she was, in her dreams, romping around with Kagura. She begins to question why she is forming an emotional attachment to the perverted demon, and wonders if he has cast a demon love spell over her. She doesn't trust him, but she can't stop her growing feelings for him.

I enjoyed this introduction to the series. It's a fast read, it's brainless, and it's fun. Despite some awkward proportions, Mayu Shinjo's art is attractive, and her guys are hot, hot, hot. The characters are engaging, and though the plot is predictable, I found a lot to like in the first volume of Demon Love Spell, and I will follow the series for at least a few volumes to see how things work out for Miko and sex obsessed Kagura.

Grade: B
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d6bcba0) out of 5 stars Buy it! Don't even think twice! Jan. 10 2013
By M. Natz - Published on Amazon.com
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This series is absolutely adorable. If you're a huge fan of cute romances, this is one you cannot pass up. The main character is an amateur priestess and through pure luck she binds a sucubus demon and so the story begins of their journey to figure out how to unbind his power. During which time they become really attached to one another, as the he's a real stand-up guy underneath all the seductive induendos. If you're worried about raunchy material, this is a good book for you as well. Though I would agree this is an older teen novel, its not all about the smut like some novels I've preveiwed.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d46bc78) out of 5 stars Disappointing... Sept. 21 2013
By Bea - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I was a fan of Mayu Shinjo with Sensual Phrase several years back. I had been on the fence about picking this series up, but finally bought the first 2 volumes. Big mistake going ahead buying the second volume...The manga is painfully cliche and just awkward at times. It wasn't too bad until Shinjo starts rolling out a harem of bishounen. I found myself barley skimming the pages because it was just bad. Plot-wise, perhaps my tastes have just changed, but Shinjo's art can be just poor at times. The cover art is rather gorgeous, but the actual manga art is not.
I didn't even bother reading volume 2, I just flipped through the pages. I will be taking both volumes to my local used bookstore asap.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d48abe8) out of 5 stars Go for it!!! xD. Parents, this is not for your younger children! Dec 9 2014
By Skeletons93 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I just started reading this manga. It kept me intrigued (read it the same day I got it in the mail) xD that I will be reading this series. I've already ordered the second volume :D. Keep in mind tho that this manga is not for young children under the age of 18 for sexual graphics/explicit content.
HASH(0x9d46bc9c) out of 5 stars This Priestess has spunk! Dec 25 2012
By Katie Cody - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This Priestess has spunk!

Miko is a Shrine Maiden who is doing her best to become a strong Priestess and fight evil spirits like her father. She is a fun and willful character who although a little forgetful doesn't complain when things go bad. Instead she does what she can to fix the problem. I like her fighting spirit and kind heart.
It was really interesting to read about a shrine maiden as the heroine for once. She is also a very relatable character and isn't too perfect or too flighty.
Kagura is a demon who feeds of women's passionate feelings and although annoyed by Miko at first soon starts to warm up to her. He is an interesting character who has a lot of different sides to him and I can't wait to find out more about him and his past as the series progresses. I liked that he has a soft side, but still retains his own unique personality even if it does get on Miko's nerves (more fun that way).
All around this was a fun and exciting new series that I can't wait to read more of!
ART: The art was beautiful and showed the emotions of the characters very well I couldn't get enough of the amazing drawings! I definitely give this artwork a 5/5