My son loved the entire series. He couldn't read them quick enough.
Hinata House landlord Keitaro seems to have given up on his childhood dream of going to Tokyo University, and now hes looking for a part-time jobwithout much success. But ever the trouble magnet, Keitaro stumbles upon a job opportunity with a Tokyo U professorand that professor just happens to be the former tutor and old crush of Keitaros tenant and wish-washy love interest Naru! If lovelorn Keitaro wasnt a sad little case already, having gained a reputation for literally falling into compromising positions and situations with all the girls of the Hinata House dorm, he becomes even more so with Narus unsure feelings about him and the professor, Seta. Each characters personality is expanded a little bit in this book, revealing deeper flaws and relatable aspects that are charming and real. Keitaro is no exception, as he seeks the passion and reason to continue his ongoing struggle of continuing his education while handling a unique set of responsibilities few young people his age have. Another adorable, romantically-complex installment of the series.
- T.C. Robson
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