Love Roma: 3

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Del Rey/Ballantine, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 192 pages
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CAN FIRST LOVE LAST FOREVER?

Time passes so quickly…especially when you’re in love for the first time! Hoshino fell for Negishi the very first moment he saw her. But that was in their first year of high school, and now they’re about to start their second. Will growing up change their love? Because, all of a sudden, it’s time to start planning for the future. They’re in the same school now, but someday they’ll graduate. Negishi finally meets Hoshino’s family, but someday they’ll have to start their own. And when they take their first trip together, it seems like it’s over almost as soon as it’s begun. Can young love stand the test of time…or is time the only thing that can take it away?

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Review: Love Roma, Volume 2 (Love Roma #2)

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In volume 2 you have more of the same. Cute, silly and fun storytelling. While still fun, it is a bit repetitive. I enjoyed it. Unfortunately, unless more effort is made to flesh out the characters ... Read full review

Review: Love Roma, Volume 2 (Love Roma #2)

User Review  - Monique - Goodreads

In volume 2 you have more of the same. Cute, silly and fun storytelling. While still fun, it is a bit repetitive. I enjoyed it. Unfortunately, unless more effort is made to flesh out the characters ... Read full review

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David Walsh, Ph.D., is the founder & president of the National Institute on Media & the Family, a non-profit organization created to provide research & information about the impact of media products. A psychologist, educator, & parent, he is a frequent guest on radio & television programs as an expert on children & the media & has written several books & many articles on the subject. He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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