Absolute Boyfriend Paperback
by Yuu Watase
Part of the Absolute Boyfriend series
Rejected way too many times by good-looking (and unattainable) guys, shy Riiko Izawa goes online and signs up for a free trial of a mysterious Nightly Lover 'figure'.
The very next day, a cute naked guy is delivered to her door, and he wants to be her boyfriend!
Riiko needs money after giving all she had to help pay for Night, so she finds a job at the same place Soshi works.
Not wanting Night to worry, she doesn't tell him about her new job, but Night finds out anyway.
What's even more worrying to Night is how Riiko is beginning to feel for Soshi.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 208 pages, chiefly Illustrations
- Publisher: Viz Media, Subs. of Shogakukan Inc
- Publication Date: 03/02/2007
- Category: Manga
- ISBN: 9781421505688
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Review by wolfangel87
When you want a boyfriend none are around, that is just how Riiko feels. On the path of desperation she signs up for a free trial for a robotic boyfriend. What can go wrong right? Nope, wrong! Riiko receives the extravagant Night, a hot and sexy man that only wants to please her.Seriously this is one of the best manga I have ever read! It is filled with romance and comedy and enjoyable characters. I fell in love with every aspect of this series right from the beginning. There is an interesting love triangle that also develops, I had a hard time choosing which guy I would end up picking, you will have to see for yourself.Riiko is just a doll! No, not literally, but cute nonetheless. She is always looking on the bright side of things and is protective of the ones she loves. Night is the epitome of every girls dream guy. He is so adorable when he is learning all of the different emotions and things Riiko is trying to teach him. Night is really cute when he starts becoming overprotective of Riiko.I really wish they would make it into an anime!!!
Review by SparklePonies
The characters are well developed, the premise is interesting and Ms. Watase is a talented artist. I absolutely adore Soshi and he is become a larger part of the story as the series progresses.