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Komomo Confiserie, Vol. 3 by [Minami, Maki]
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Komomo, in the throes of first love, doesn’t understand the feelings she’s having for Seto. She asks Natsu about feeling giddy, and he tells her that she’s simply experiencing a head cold. But when Komomo finds out Seto’s heart belongs to another, will Natsu be there to comfort her?

About the Author

Maki Minami is from Saitama Prefecture in Japan. She debuted in 2001 with Kanata no Ao (Faraway Blue). Her other works include Kimi wa Girlfriend (You're My Girlfriend), Mainichi ga Takaramono (Every Day Is a Treasure), Yuki Atataka (Warm Winter). S•A and Voice Over!: Seiyu Academy are published in English by VIZ Media.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 143080 KB
  • Print Length: 200 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat (March 1 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01BFMEXXQ
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa4ab84ec) out of 5 stars 2 reviews
HASH(0xa5a87d74) out of 5 stars "Something seems to be the matter with me these days." No spoilers. Worth trying this series! March 17 2016
By Leaf - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I've found a solid series:) Komomo starts off with all the tropes and cliches we all know and love/hate and uses them in a way that works. Naive princess? Make her a sadistic poor girl learning the ways of life and discovering what true friendship, love, and happiness is. All without her being annoying, whiny, or infuriating.

The love interest can't be really categorized. Natsu is drawn to look mysterious, sexy, and capable. But he has a temper, a sadistic side, a caring side, is in complete denial, and still is a mystery. There's so much that has left to be seen of Natsu and who he is and UGH I need to know!!

Rise and Yuri are two side characters who are entertaining. Yuri is a womanizer but the moment someone touches his food, be goes BERSERK. Rise is the prissy mean girl from volume 1 that turns out to become Komomo's best friend. The two girls have a hilarious bonding moment and really promotes a strong friendship. This is what we need in shojo. Not girl hate, but appreciation. All of us are going through difficult times so why not support each other?

This is in no way groundbreaking or AMAZING. I just am so glad to find such a positive series. Even when Komomo starts hating on the girlfriend of Seto, she quickly pushes those thoughts away because she knows that these nasty feelings are her fault. Not the girlfriend. And she does everything she can to bring them happiness.

Guys, pick up a copy of volume 1. Give it a go and you might be pleasantly surprised. It won't blow you away but it certainly will make you laugh, get the feels, and it's just adorable and girl power friendly without cheesiness. I love it.
HASH(0xa50d16e4) out of 5 stars Learning to appreciate the little things March 8 2016
By Robert Fisher - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Komomo Confiserie continues to build strength as a series. This volume is about romance and what a roller coaster it can be. In the previous volume, Komomo met Seto, a fellow from a rich family who chose to become an apprentice shoemaker. Komomo starts to have romantic feelings which Natsu finds troubling. Then it turns out Seto has someone in his life, but when he and his girlfriend have some major issues, it's Komomo who takes it on herself to help them. We also see that after her family lost its fortune, Komomo is learning to appreciate elements of her new life and she is showing that beyond the spoiled princess, there is a young woman of strong and caring character. The series is not bombastic but if you are looking for a quiet but touching story, Komomo Confiserie is certainly recommended.