Daisuke is popular with all of the ladies at school, including his childhood friend Yuzu and flirty Kazuki. However, there's one girl who not only doesn't like Daisuke, but also seems to be afraid of him – timid, guarded Hinako Aikawa. After proclaiming that she's the only girl he has no interest in, Daisuke accidentally discovers the truth about Hinako and the terrible, horrifying secret that she hasn't told a soul. Though she isn't aware that he knows, Daisuke makes a decision then and there to protect her, slowly realizing that the girl he had no interest in, is suddenly the most important thing to him...
Bitter Virgin, while a fantastic manga, does not leave you with a happy feeling after reading it. Emotions are heavily involved as you find out Hinako (the female lead)'s past and how Suwa (the male lead), after learning her secret, tries to protect her from her fears.The story itself is fairly original and the characteristics of the characters were fairly realistic. You could say that if this... read more
Story: Boy is a womanizer and only doesn't like this one girl because he thinks she's putting on a facade. Boy finds out that girl has a dark past and grows to accept and love her. Obstacles are put in his path but his feelings only get stronger. Although this sounds cliche, Bitter Virgin was far from it. The dark past of Hinako is so moving and sad that you become engrossed by her. Also, one the most realistic... read more