The Apartment

The Apartment When Hilary got a place on the San Francisco Symphony as a flute player she decides to move into her own place to escape her restricted life with her over protective mother Although excited at her ne

  • Title: The Apartment
  • Author: Ryo Arisawa Debbie Macomber
  • ISBN: 2940013112100
  • Page: 280
  • Format: Nook
  • When Hilary got a place on the San Francisco Symphony as a flute player, she decides to move into her own place to escape her restricted life with her over protective mother Although excited at her new found freedom, it doesn t last for long The next morning, the quiche she left in the fridge for breakfast was gone, her milk had been used and an unfamiliar bag was in theWhen Hilary got a place on the San Francisco Symphony as a flute player, she decides to move into her own place to escape her restricted life with her over protective mother Although excited at her new found freedom, it doesn t last for long The next morning, the quiche she left in the fridge for breakfast was gone, her milk had been used and an unfamiliar bag was in the living room As she stood confused, a handsome man she had never seen before appeared in front of her and says to her angrily what are you doing in my house

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    1. Perhaps my standards may be too high from reading shojo manga by the Japanese superstars of the genre, but this fell short of my expectations. The target audience for this rather short work is much younger than I usually read, so as such I should make an allowance for that. I felt that if the story had been allowed a little more length to grow, the characters may have shown a little more depth. The art was nice, but the lettering (English pdf version) was a bit sloppy at times. There were some g [...]

    2. Appeal Characteristics: Manga Art, Bishonen men, sparkles, bubbles, and faries <---(kidding)FLUFFY TEENAGE GIRLS! Plus the parents will be relieved that there's no graphic sexual over or undertones. Your cozy "grown-up" book packaged nice and neatly to teenage girls. I did have to mention the fact that these drawings are "japanese style" so the fact that the dude listens to "country music" I laughed for about twenty minutes because that doesn't fit in the type of story or drawing style at all [...]

    3. I decided to read this while waiting for some books I have on hold through my library. I've never bothered with manga before and this seemed like a good, easy starting point. The story was simple and predictable. Hilary is so naive that I wanted to gag. The forbidden romance aspect was entertaining, but would have been more so perhaps if I were younger. One star for the story, one star for being entertained.

    4. This is one of the books I downloaded from the library onto my kobo reader for my trip. I have never read manga before. The style was interesting and I would consider reading more of this style, but for a first experience having it be a harlequin story it sucked. I Do NOT like harlequin stories they are completely unimaginative and BORING.How did I end up with a harlequin?

    5. Perhaps if I read this 10yrs ago I would have given it a higher rating. It was cool to discover Debbie Macomber's worl was adapted as manga but I found Hilary rather weak and find it ridiculous that she can love a man so deeply in a month's time.

    6. This manga reminds me of the Chad Brock song, "Yes!". It's a fun romance story of people from entirely different walks of life find their own happy ending together.

    7. Well, if you want a story where the h is wealthy and the H is not (just average) then this is for you. Not really that boring but not also that remarkable. Just like the H, this is story is average.

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