Teresa Southwick / Keiko Okamoto – Harlequin/DMP/eManga – 2010 – 1 volume
This is one of the Harlequin titles posted over at the eManga site. I checked this out as part of the recent Hooray for Harlequin feature at Manga Recon, so check out my review over there. I like this feature a lot since there were a lot of different people covering a lot of different types of romance titles with different expectations, I think.
And I have absolutely nothing to add to that. It’s Harlequin. This was probably the better of the two I read, but I think I liked the story in To Marry McAllister more, despite that one being slightly… creepier. It was an enjoyable read, but left very little impression otherwise. In short, exactly the kind of book I’d love to see more of electronically.
Also, I didn’t mention this in my short review, but I’m guessing these books are more fast & dirty releases… the lettering is awful, with very little effort made to keep the words in the bubbles most of the time. They’re just big blocks of text pasted right on top of everything. Works for me, though. I wasn’t paying that much attention to it after awhile, honestly.