She’s a professional hitman. And he…is also a professional hitman. And she’s his target. Caught in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse, will she fall first…or will he?
Source: Yen Press
So the male lead, Ryang-Ha, starts off as kind of an enemy to the female lead, Chateau. Despite this, they start working together kind of secretly. Their relationship develops and they become stronger allies. Although romance isn't the main focus, they get many cute moments together, but it isn't "lovey-dovey", just Ryang-Ha being cute and Chateau being like ',:| Still cute though *-* In addition, there is plenty of action, blood, and some mystery as well. And of course, the characters' backstories are revealed later. Those were the greatest chapters, in my opinion. Interesting stuff. And despite there being action and blood, Koroshi Ai provides you some comedic moments as well. However, the fact that Chateau frequently needs saving bothers me a bit. She does get her cool moments though. In conclusion, I really enjoyed this manga and am looking forward to future updates. You should definitely try and read this manga if you get the chance.
The romance really isn't as central as the first few volumes suggest. I had expected a sort of dark rom-com but wound up with a moody action-mystery. I think there is still a romance subplot, but as of Volume 7, it's really tangled up with this bigger mystery-thriller plot. It's not bad at all—I like it a lot and am really eager to see where it goes!—but it's not quite what I was expecting. Also, I am finding it impossible to take the name "Chateau Dankworth" seriously.
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