This volume picks up right where the first one left off. I was worried about reading this one though when I got volume two in the mail because the cover art looks different than how the manga art looked in the first book. I really didn’t want the character’s looks to change so I was worried. Luckily I was worrying for nothing because the art of the manga itself didn’t change. The only art pieces that were different were the chapter title pages. This is where her new style of drawing Teru came into play and it didn’t really bother me because she didn’t look different in the actual story pages.
I did like the plot in this one although I feel that the plot is going to be the big mystery in this manga series. I mean we only know a little about Teru and we know practically nothing about Kurosaki/Daisy so we still have a lot to learn about him. I personally love Kurosaki/Daisy because he acts like he doesn’t care about Teru but you can tell he has feelings for her and the moments where they got really close to each other were a great tease that I hope turns into more as the series goes on. I don’t know what it is about Kurosaki/Daisy, I mean he can be trouble and a jerk but I just love how he puts up that front when he is so different underneath that.
Overall, I don’t want to give any of the story away but I really do love the couple in this manga series. I know that at this point I’m invested in about 4 manga series while I own several others that I have yet to read. I have to say that so far this is my favorite couple in manga, and they aren’t even a couple!! *keeps fingers crossed* Anyway, I did enjoy this volume in the manga series and it gets 4.5 hearts for being a great continuation of the story. My only complaint about this manga series is that there is a ton of words on each page, meaning it can be harder to read the thought bubbles because the print can get small when so many people are saying or thinking so much at one time. I’m really excited to start volume 3 as soon as I can.