Sensual Phrase, Volume 2

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VIZ Media LLC, Jun 9, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 192 pages
As a budding poet and lyricist, Aine is on her way to an audition one fateful afternoon. Absentmindedly stepping into the street, she barely avoids getting struck by an oncoming vehicle. Not only is the cute teenager lucky to be alive, but her brush with death turns out to be a date with destiny. The driver of the car just happens to be Sakuya, the charismatic and fabulously handsome lead singer for a band called Lucifer. In short order, Sakuya and his crew compose a song using Aine┼fs lyrics. The tune proves popular with the band┼fs fans and Sakuya decides he wants a relationship, both professional and personal, with Aine. There┼fs only one small requirement: The lyrics Aine writes must be erotically charged. And guess what? Sakuya fully intends to introduce the young and inexperienced girl into the world of sensual delights. Does Sakuya actually care for Aine, or is she just another sexual conquest for him? Will Aine fulfill her dreams and become a professional lyricist, or has she simply sold her soul to Lucifer?

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In this second volume Aine falls deeper into the mad, mad world of superstardom and the music buisness. She is just as obsessed with Sakuya as he is with her to an almost unhealthy degree, but I ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Mayu Shinjo was born on January 26. She is a prolific writer of shojo manga, including the series Sensual Phrase. Her current series include Ai-Ore! and Ayakashi Koi Emaki. Her hobbies are cars, shopping and taking baths. Shinjo likes The Prodigy, Nirvana, U2 and Glay.

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