DOTING & DOUBTING It seems like just yesterday, Mei was a prickly loner who never spoke to anyone in her high school class. Now, popular boy Yamato has started calling Mei his girlfriend! She's not sure how she feels about that... but she'll have to decide quickly, because this kind of social earthquake is sure to stir up jealousy, and soon Mei faces rivals for Yamato's affections - and her own! PRAISE FOR THE ANIME "Surprises with its honesty, its sensitivity, its quality. Always it is smarter, more poetic, more touching, just plain better than you think it is going to be." -Anime News Network
About the Author
Kanae Hazuki has been drawing romance manga since 2004. Say I Love You, which Kodansha began serializing in 2008, is her breakout hit, and her first manga for teens to be published in English.
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Say I Love You., Volume 2 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I wasn't sure I was going to like this. But so far heard the series is good. And so far I'm really liking the story arcs and characters. Good volume.
This series deals with so many teenage issues, it is refreshing to see it in a likeable storyline. I have read it in Japanese and cannot wait for more volumes to come out in English for Nook!