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From the creator of Full Moon o Sagashite Please note: Reads Right to Left (Japanese Style) In return for a business loan of 50 million yen, the prestigious Kamiya family gave their daughter Haine away to the Otomiya family. Haine, now an Otomiya, is appointed to the student council of the exclusive Imperial Academy, a private school for the aristocracy. Even though HaFrom the creator of Full Moon o Sagashite Please note: Reads Right to Left (Japanese Style) In return for a business loan of 50 million yen, the prestigious Kamiya family gave their daughter Haine away to the Otomiya family. Haine, now an Otomiya, is appointed to the student council of the exclusive Imperial Academy, a private school for the aristocracy. Even though Haine is of proper lineage to be on the council, she finds herself struggling to find her place among the many secrets of its elite members, especially those of the president who holds her heart--Shizumasa Togu, aka "the Emperor."Haine returns the ribbon given to her by Takanari to be with her friend, Ushio. But rather than being happy about it, Ushio starts to feel more alone than ever--and turns to an unexpected source for comfort....

Title : The Gentlemen's Alliance †, Vol. 8
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ISBN : 9781421522579
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 210 Pages
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The Gentlemen's Alliance †, Vol. 8 Reviews

  • Sabrina
    2019-04-02 06:06

    And again a plot twist I didn't see coming....I'm not sure if I still dislike Kazuhito or if I start liking him... Altough it was not right what he did but it's just how he is.But I didn't liked Haines development...

  • Em Mirra
    2019-04-16 02:04

    Pending.

  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
    2019-03-26 07:17

    Good volume.

  • Amanda Setasha Hall
    2019-04-07 09:12

    This one had a lot of twists I wasn't expecting. It was really good and I like where they're going with the character development.

  • Rach
    2019-03-25 07:30

    This volume was a little strange. Ushio has family issues, and feels like no one will love her if Haine doesn't. But haine does love her, but Ushio doesn't love herself. Or something. I'm still kinda of confused about it all, but in the end, things are back to normal, and Ushio can smile. And doesn't hate men anymore, or herself.In Haine news, she's always been messed up because she felt like her father hated her, as he gave her up for adoption as a kid. She's always felt she could never be truly happy until her father accepted her and loved her. Well, turns out he's not her real father at all, her adoptive father is. Her father will never love her, because she's the love child of his wife (who doesn't love him and was driven crazy) and his high school rival.Needless to say, Haine freaks when she learns this, and runs away from home to rejoin her old gang. Uh oh! Trouble is coming!

  • Racquel
    2019-03-21 03:11

    Well now. Just when things are falling into a rhythm and improving all around, another wrench in the system. Haine's family is apparently more of a mess than anyone thought until now. We also get a bit of backstory on her parents, which is interesting as it mirrors what Haine is going through a lot. Takanari also finally stands up to Shizumasa for the first time, which is interesting. Haine appears to bring out a lot of unexpected emotions and reactions from the people around her. Hopefully for the better.

  • Amethyst
    2019-03-20 06:17

    I didn't really like this one as much, it was kinda shorter than most of the other ones and again not the best ending, but it wasn't as bad as the other one so I guess I'm okay...Still I need more and I think that Haine is being put through a lot I just want to see how this is going to finally end...She deserved better, she should get a very happy ending after all of this...So excited! :)

  • Miss Ryoko
    2019-04-03 06:27

    Haine is actually super annoying in this volume. Probably because she's reminding me of a D&D character I once had that I hated with every ounce of my being. Ugh. I just want to smack Haine across the face and say "Get over it and move on! Stop being so dramatic!"

  • Katy
    2019-04-14 02:26

    Poor Haine!

  • Steph
    2019-03-30 05:22

    Finally have all the characters memorized so I can understand the plotline fully. Love the artwork and all the twists and turns.

  • Dylan
    2019-04-11 05:07

    Wow! so Haine's actually related to Itsuki. That makes me happy but sad. Poor Maika.

  • Hannah H.
    2019-04-17 04:11

  • Gwendolyn
    2019-04-09 10:28

    a happy ending!

  • Holly Letson
    2019-03-20 06:07

    This volume felt short to me, for some reason.

  • Hannah H.
    2019-03-23 08:16

  • Liz
    2019-04-16 06:04

    This is one of those books that makes you say, "OHHHHHHHHHHHHH. . . ." as everything clicks into place. It was fun, but it did twist strangely at the end, but I still liked it. ^^