Love Hina
by Ken Akamatsu
Book: 5
(For Mature Audiences)

The Hinata clan is headed to the beach! But just when Tokyo University hopefuls Keitaro and Naru, whose feelings for each other are causing copious amounts of tension and butt-kickings, think they’ll be able to relax and relieve the stress from studying, they get sucked into chaos, if not by their rowdy dorm mates, then by Naru’s ex-tutor-turned-Keitaro’s-employer, Seta, who sees everyone as babysitters. The change of scenery helps the girls discover a little bit more about themselves – Motoko’s struggling femininity, Shinobu’s youthful curiosity – but Keitaro is just as accident-prone as ever, constantly switching from Naru’s good list to her naughty one. Meanwhile, the girls are receiving first kisses (from mechanical kissing machines, nonetheless), exploring shipwrecked vessels, performing in plays, and in the middle of all this, somehow finding time to help Haruka out at her summer beach cafĂ©. It is also noteworthy to mention the tiny touches added to the story, like Tama-chan the flying turtle, whose introduction in the previous book shows he is as cute as a button, but can sometimes be a crafty troublemaker.

Review Posted: PaperBackSwap
Author Website: AILove.net (Japanese)

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