My son loved the entire series. He couldn't read them quick enough.
Seems like Keitaro and Naru are finally figuring out how they truly feel about one anotherno thanks to Konako, Keitaros creepy half-sister and inexhaustible stalker. But an old curse long embedded in the Hinata House/Inns annex may very well try to keep the wishy-washy lovebirds (Keitaro and Naru, for clairification) apart, as a slip-up of the I-love-you phrase sets fate on a course to make Konakos dream come true. The curse approach seems a little cheesy, but in a cute, serendipity kind of way. However, Konakos shifty loyalties does she want Naru to be with Keitaro? Does she want to be with Keitaro herself? is annoying at best, and further emphasizes her out-of-place presence in the Hinata House. As strange as her almost constant naked encounters and incessant meddling seems, though, she seems to make Naru appreciate the face of the eternally wrong-place-wrong-time Keitaroeven if she shows it with the occasional punishing kick.
- T.C. Robson
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If you liked the previous Love Hina volumes, you'll like this one.
I am an anime fan and all but i got this from a a library book sale and it has library tags on it still so... yeah other then that it is in good condition!