Playboy Kai definitely knows his way around girls' hearts, but when he has a run-in with tomboy Riko, he may be in for more than he bargained for! Riko definitely doesn't fit Kai's usual type of girl: she's short-tempered, scary, and can (has) easily beat him up. There's no way a rough and tumble girl like Riko is capable of a delicate feeling like love! So imagine his surprise when he finds out about her secret, one-sided crush... But it's none of his concern, right?
Source: Yen Press
This manga maybe is more known than the rest, I think, but I see why it is recommended. First of all, I affirm right now that Ichinose is the sweetest thing in the universe when it blushes like a tomato. I'm sorry, it's important to clarify that point. already seriously, Hatsu*Haru tackles a story already told a lot [popular boy womanizer falls in love with a tough girl], but in spite of it, he has something different in my opinion. I will not say that it gives an unexpected twist in the plot or something, but ... but ... seriously, what falls in love with this are the couples (yes, everyone has someone, so happy ending, right?)The characters have their own personalities and oddities: from the black and long haired tsundere priestess to the popular ikemen with the girls but who feels insecure when they finally discover love. And that's what I like about Hatsu Haru. But I say, I do not like it, I LOVE each one of those damn teenagers (I do not get to identify with them, but I have fun too) Among so many characters and couples, it is entertaining to choose some (MisakixAyumi forever) and have fun seeing how the boys are the ones who chase the girls, and they seem to hold the relationship, while the boys wait to confess, hold hands, first kiss... wait, I'm still talking about Kai... *Seriously speaking, who does not like to see sexy mangas guys blush like virgins? only me?*
Hatsu Haru is a high school romance manga about a playboy trying to win the heart of a tomboy. Playboy Kai never thought that he would fall for a tough girl like Riko but he's convinced that he can win her heart. But the only problem is, Riko has feelings for someone else and would never considered dating Kai. What I really loved about Hatsu Haru were the lovable and unique characters. I loved that the manga was in the point of view of Kai he's adorable, understanding and it's so cute how he overthinking about everything regarding his relationship with Riko. I thought Riko was tad boring and I wish I got to see more of her character. I really loved that there was four couples. Each one different. I didn't like the art initial but I soon got used to it and even loved it. I recommend Hatsu Haru to anyone who wants to read a manga about boys taking the initiative when it comes to love or enjoyed reading a manga with a lot of characters.
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