Read honey so sweet vol 4 by Amu Meguro 目黒あむ Online


Although Nao Kogure was once afraid of the delinquent Taiga Onise, she was soon touched by his kind soul. Taiga is dating Nao, and his friend Futami knows this but still pursues Nao anyway. After Futami confesses his feelings to Nao, can Taiga and Futami truly remain friends?...

Title : honey so sweet vol 4
Author :
Rating :
ISBN : 31821283
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 208 Pages
Status : Available For Download
Last checked : 21 Minutes ago!

honey so sweet vol 4 Reviews

  • Kate
    2019-07-15 08:29

    4/5stars omg onise and kogure are sickeningly adorable. I love misaki and yashiro so much and omg. I'm glad I got up to this volume cause its going to be a few weeks before I can get the final 4 and this stops at a nice, wrapped up place. Can't wait to continue when I can though!!

  • Mary
    2019-07-10 12:47

    "Misaki, you're in love with Yashiro."Yay for the secondary cast!!! xDFutami realizes that Nao and Onise are committed to each other and hopefully, this is the last time he'll try to hit on Nao. And things start to get interesting when Mr. Tsundere Misaki realizes he cares a little more than he thought about Yashiro, a very quiet girl he's always bickering with.I really liked this set up because now that we have the main couple established, it's time to see how it'll play out for the other two. Also, we get to learn more about the side cast and they're pretty neat.*I own all the manga I read/review and don't support scans

  • Devin
    2019-07-07 08:32

    (This is a review of volumes 3 and 4)Last summer I read the first two volumes of Honey So Sweet as they were the only ones available at the time, and now that more English translations have since been published I went ahead and got them through my library to read, as I'm really liking the series now.The third volume in the Honey So Sweet series is cute and funny just like the first two. Volume three also had more pacing and was a lot more interesting compared to the prior volumes. The third volume also brings in conflict, introducing the feeling of jealousy between a character and Nao, as a guy, Futami, is basically trying to be Mr. Steal Yo Girl.Other things I really liked about the third volume were the random doodles on the margins, the bonus short story of Nao and Sou at the end, and this sentence from the manga: "Just because you're friends doesn't mean you get to know everything about someone".As for volume four, it opens with Futami, who I like to call Mr. Steal Yo Girl, realizing that he cannot steal Nao from Onsie no matter what he does and says. To quote Futami, "Being liked by someone is joyful and painful". Indeed it is. Another memorable quote from this volume is "Loving someone who feels the same way about you must be a miracle of sorts". This volume also had what I feel to be a bit more of a darker tone to it, for example Nao's friend Yashiro didn't mind that her boyfriend was caught cheating on her. SERIOUSLY?Also in volume four I learned what an Asunaro hug is and I also laughed really hard at the very short special story at the end of volume four. It exclaims "The end to a pointless story!" and I found that pretty funny. There's also a funny line in this volume: "Will you go out with me....yes or yes?!" There's also small bonus manga at the end too, "Honey So Sweet: A Tale of a Small Love".I'd say that so far volume four is my favourite. There's more twists and the characters are developed more as you see their feelings and hidden sides. Plus it was less kissy-kissy, which was refreshing to me. I don't mind romance, but I felt that the earlier volumes were overdoing it a little bit.Volume five is now out, and I am currently waiting for my library to get a copy of it so I can read it.Enjoyed this review? You can find more at Devin's Book Hub.

  • Kristine Hansen
    2019-06-21 14:45

    Yay, we're getting to know the other characters a bit more. Wow, I really didn't see where the Kayo storyline would go. She's quite a complex girl...but then Misaki hints at a certain complexity to his life as well, so yay again for growth and change and deepening of love. The Nao/Tai relationship is still going strong. The 'settling' into the relationship feels slightly foreboding, which means there is likely something coming that they will have to endure. The fact that the author has the ability to surprise me makes me look forward to the other volumes eagerly. I can't wait to see what happens next!

  • Marianna Rainolter
    2019-07-09 10:42

    La vicenda legata a Futami si conclude e i nostri innamorati, Nao e Onise, sono pronti per il loro primo appuntamento. A interrompere i loro piani sono i loro due migliori amici, Misaki e Yashiro: il primo si è innamorato della ragazza che però ha già un fidanzato, ma quando Misaki scopre che lui la tradisce decide di farsi forza e intervenire insieme a Onise e Nao. Mi è piaciuto questo intermezzo, ci fa scoprire qualcosa in più sui personaggi secondari e ce li fa apprezzare di più, anche se io voglio vedere quello che combinano i nostri due adorabili protagonisti.

  • Aleece
    2019-07-10 12:41

    During the school festival Futami confesses to Nao but she turns him down because she loves Onise. Afterwards the festival finally comes to an end and Nao begins to call Onise by a nickname, Tai. Later on more is discovered about Yashiro and that she has a college boyfriend, Ikumi.This was a great volume that started to develop the secondary characters more. I am looking forward to where these revelations will lead the story in the future. I received this advanced copy from VIZ Media through Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review.

  • Amy
    2019-07-08 11:46

    Volume 4 was much better. We finally got a back story for Yashiro, who I always thought could be a fascinating character, so you understand her a little more now. Nao and Onise relationship has gotten stronger and Misaki is still Misaki.

  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
    2019-07-03 10:41

    Good volume.

  • April
    2019-07-09 15:52

    its good

  • Laiba Saif
    2019-07-14 09:34

    These :) characters :) are :) just :) so :) precious!

  • Caitlin
    2019-06-19 08:46

    Continues the sweet romance, and gives more backstory to some of the side characters.

  • Judy (Geeky Reading)
    2019-06-26 13:40

    ~4/5(Contains some spoilers.)This series is just so utterly adorable, god!In the first half, we conclude the drama with Futami. This really just proves how great a guy Onise is, because even though there's a guy after his girl, he's okay with it. The trust between him and Nao is so complete, it's heartwarming and ridiculous. There's no doubt to the reader or to them, that she's going to choose Onise. But there's also the fact that Onise still completely wants to be friends with Futami. Their bromance is real.The second half is taken up with Yashiro's messed up love life. We meet her boyfriend, who isn't a bad guy, but isn't loyal to her either. Misaki gets very upset about this, and wants to fight on her behalf, even when she doesn't want him to. I'm rather impressed with how we see that Yashiro is being cheated on, and that's bad, but also that she loves her boyfriend and he loves her, and it's not bad like it could be. But how she decides that she does deserve more. It was an impressive plot line all around.This series is so sweet it should literally give you cavities. It's so over the top goodness and I just love every bit of it.[Read more at my blog, Geeky Reading!]

  • Shawna
    2019-07-10 16:22

    3.75. I love this series. Fluffy and full of innocent first love moments. I'm glad I have volume 5 next. And the art, always enjoyable. And the short story was fun and highlights the similarity between Sou and Nao.

  • Mary
    2019-06-26 12:41

    The main characters in this series are too cute.