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A VALENTINE FOR DAISY
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A VALENTINE FOR DAISY
Daisy has never known love…but something about the charming doctor has her heart stirring. When food poisoning runs through the nursery school where Daisy teaches, she calls an ambulance for the children and takes them to the hospital. There she meets Dr. Seymour, the uncle of two of her students. After everything calms down, Dr. Seymour keeps talking to her, but Daisy, who has never been in love, can’t understand why the handsome doctor would be interested in someone so ordinary. In front of that confident and attractive man, something hot begins to flourish deep in Daisy’s heart…
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becky's comment - April 17th, 2020
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I wonder if it seems to be gradual. Is it because of your nature? It's unbearable to come and go. However, the end comes too suddenly. I wanted it to be a little more dramatic.
It was very good. It is really the match between the work of Dr. Shizuku Katsuragi and betty Neal's work. I always look for your work. The hero's reticent shyness is frustrating even if it is coated with the thoughtfulness of an adult man, but it is numb like Ken Takakura. I love the world view of the drawing. The furniture, lighting fixtures and the cityscape are romantic and amazing. It is a feeling that there is no cutting corners at all, and the uplift of feelings is transmitted only by the person blushing the face.
The picture is characteristic, and it is very elegant and impressive. As we piled on each other's daily lives, we were able to convey each other's emotions over and over again, and it was a work that seemed to soak into our hearts. Although the movement of each other's minds was drawn very carefully, the last thing that is common in HQ is not a surprise, or rather put on excitement, I felt that it was not enough. The love scene was a truly pure first love story that didn't come out.
I've been waiting!
I purchased a magazine and read it (because it is easier to read on paper because of the relation of eyes, and it is easy to read at hand)
It's been more than six months since the last one, so I've been waiting for the release of my new work.
The figure, scenery, interior household goods and pattern match betty's work very well, and the appearance of the hero's standing is very cool!
There is a scene where the hero blindfolds the heroine, but the composition is perfect!
I thought that i became even better from the previous work "Forever in Athens".
It is not a violent love and love that is common in Hare, but a work that can be read with peace of mind,
It is good hero who is attracted to the heroine who is healthy and hard this time.
One page that showed the feelings to the heroine of the hero who i feel like i did not draw clearly in the original is effective (expression is also GOOD)
Even though there were many characters this time, I felt that it was wonderful because they were carefully drawn.
I feel my love for the original.
By the way, other than heroine hero, what I liked was the children and the beautiful Mr. Carter.
I want you to challenge comicalization by the story of a beautiful heroine of Betty's work someday.
It has nothing to do with this work.
I'm stuck in Betty's work from The Comicalize of Shizuku Katsuragi, and I'm reading the original story.
Betty's original story didn't bother me when I read the work of other manga artists, so I thought it was a good story.
It does not go until reading the original story, and it is completely a point in betty's original triggered by the work of Shizuku Katsuragi.
I feel that the content that the original was drawn by a limited number of pages is carefully expressed.
I had just read the original work a few months ago and felt it was better than the original.
(And pull out the original and read it again) Of course, the comicalization of other originals is also wonderful! I hope to be out on paper.
While the feelings of the heroine and the hero are well transmitted,
The story unfolds quietly.
Looking for a job or a sincere heroine in a new workplace
When it is not good for the tenderness and the heroine,
It is drawn firmly with everyday life
It was really good!! I want to read it again when my heart is tired.
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