Genre: slice of life, comedy, romance, drama, supernatural
Author/ Artist: Eon
Status: completed; 140 chapters + epilogue; (2015-2018)
Emma Ji is a clumsy, air-headed girl who is living by herself. Her next door neighbor and childhood friend, Ryan, takes care of her like he is her own mother. Despite being close childhood friends, Ryan has a super secret... he’s actually part werewolf and has a super natural family! Will Ryan be able to keep his secret identity a secret from Emma?
A very fluffy friends to lovers romcom that will leave warm fuzzies in your heart 🥺🥺
This was so wholesome?? it stole all my uwus???
The drawing style is very close to chibi characters, and I think it is so adorable ❣️
Ryan as that one mom friend is hilarious to watch whenever he worries over Emma like a naggy mother - everyone needs their own personal “Ryan”
I enjoyed the other side characters and thought everyone’s interactions with each other were interesting and well written
Johan can step on me pls 👉🏻👈🏻
Emma is kind of an airhead but she is so endearing and quickly grows on you because she is a literal pure cinnamon roll
There is not too much tension or conflict between the characters and maybe is a little cliché at times ❣️
Perfect for mending my broken, fragile heart
Plot is a little on the slower side, but I personally don’t mind it as it there is more character development and does not drag out unnecessary drama
In summary, this manhwa is simply cute. If you are looking for a light, fluffy romance with a side of supernatural comedy then this is definitely for you! There is not much tension or rollercoaster of emotions and instead leaves you with a smile on your face and feeling pretty content. I would highly recommend this cute manhwa, so make sure to check out Super Secret on the Webtoon app!
The first time I read Fruits Basket I was 14. I loved the story, I loved the characters, I loved how lighthearted and funny it was despite all of the trauma and mystery liying underneath.
Now I am 29. I still cry with Katsuya's and Kyoko's story, I still smile when I read how hard Ayame tries to be better, I'm still proud of how far Yuki went, I'm still amazed with Momiji's strength... and overall I love, and I will always love Tohru and Kyo. What this manga did to me can't be expressed with words, it made me laugh, it made me cry, it made me love... and it gave representation to my own feelings, to my own wishes. It's been a while since I was an angsty teenager with an anxiety disorder and abandonment issues, but this manga still speaks for me in many ways.
Thanks Natsuki Takaya for creating my favorite shojo manga and many of my favourite characters. I will always love this series.