The Gentlemen's Alliance †, Vol. 7

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The Gentlemen's Alliance †, Vol. 7

The Gentlemen s Alliance Vol From the creator of Full Moon o Sagashite Please note Reads Right to Left Japanese Style In return for a business loan of million yen the prestigious Kamiya family gave their daughter Haine away t

  • Title: The Gentlemen's Alliance †, Vol. 7
  • Author: Arina Tanemura
  • ISBN: 9781421519739
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the creator of Full Moon o Sagashite Please note Reads Right to Left Japanese Style In return for a business loan of 50 million yen, the prestigious Kamiya family gave their daughter Haine away to the Otomiya family Haine, now an Otomiya, is appointed to the student council of the exclusive Imperial Academy, a private school for the aristocracy Even though HaiFrom the creator of Full Moon o SagashitePlease note Reads Right to Left Japanese Style In return for a business loan of 50 million yen, the prestigious Kamiya family gave their daughter Haine away to the Otomiya family Haine, now an Otomiya, is appointed to the student council of the exclusive Imperial Academy, a private school for the aristocracy Even though Haine is of proper lineage to be on the council, she finds herself struggling to find her place among the many secrets of its elite members, especially those of the president who holds her heart Shizumasa Togu, aka the Emperor Determined to make Haine fall in love with him, Takanari tries to win her over at every opportunity Haine is troubled by her growing feelings for Takanari, but she s even concerned about her best friend s long list of paramours

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    One thought on “The Gentlemen's Alliance †, Vol. 7

    1. Sabrina "Look At My Books" on said:

      OMG Ushio and Takanari and Haine.All those feels.

    2. Amanda Setasha Hall on said:

      There was certainly an unexpected twist at the end of this volume. I enjoyed it. I liked Haine finally standing up for herself a bit.

    3. Rach on said:

      Another catch-up for a series I haven't read in a while. I'm pretty sure this is the last one I had read, so I figured I'd start with this one.This is a fun series, though I must admit, with secret twins, boys impersonating girls impersonating boys, and lots of girls with long, flowing hair, I tend to get lost at times. Haine is very sweet, though, and despite the fact that she is in love with both twins (which is rather obnoxious), I can't help but like her. Ushio is an interesting character. I [...]

    4. Cassiopeia's Moon on said:

      I feel so sorry for Haine. She's so confused. And it isn't getting better with Takanari being waaaay to pushy, almost creepy. What am I saying? He's got a moment when he creeps the hell out of me! (I like him^^)Other than that in this volume we see many happy romances.And Ushio's secret! I have to say that shocked me. And then there is more drama and trouble.And this was the last book I had borrowed. I couldn't stop. I'd started to care about the characters and had to know what would happen. So [...]

    5. Racquel on said:

      Looks like it's Ushio's turn to get some back story and growth this time around. Once again, everyone is focusing their emotions on Haine. Another set of bad timing for Takanari too, just when it looked like he was making progress. With this much trouble in such a small group of friends (and council members), it's a miracle they aren't constantly breaking down or fighting all the time oh wait, they basically are. How do the every actually manage to sort anything out this way?!

    6. Kristen on said:

      I'm not sure how I feel about Ushio. She's a bit of a spoiled brat, in my opinion, and reminds me too mind of a girl I knew back in high school for me to enjoy her character. I don't think Haine should have handled the situation quite how she did, especially since she didn't want to cut things off with her boyfriend. *sigh*

    7. Amethyst on said:

      I loved it of course, but the ending was very surprising and made me want to scream! I'm so glad I decided to by both the 7th and the 8th book because I was just planning on buying one, but I'm so glad I didIf I had to sit around and to find out what happens after that I would have been pulling my hair out or somethingbut I just can't wait to see how it all ends! :)

    8. Steph on said:

      Not bad, and I love the art. Arina Tanemura is one of the greatest artist of mangas in my opinion. The story line still confuses me, but I'm starting to understand it and I love all the plot twists.

    9. Kereesa on said:

      That cliffhanger.WHY???!!!I need the rest. NOW.P.S. Is it normal to re-read kissing scenes? I think so5/5

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