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utsukushii-kuro

Cover Art by Jen Lee http://www.jen-lee.comMy name is Jessika Kendell, but please, call me Jess. There are only a few things you need to know. I'm an American. I'm a student of Japanese. And I'm very much in love with an amazing woman I met on my year studying abroad. These are the memories of our relationship, how it began at least, and a lot of the madness that followed.Cover Art by Jen Lee http://www.jen-lee.comMy name is Jessika Kendell, but please, call me Jess. There are only a few things you need to know. I'm an American. I'm a student of Japanese. And I'm very much in love with an amazing woman I met on my year studying abroad. These are the memories of our relationship, how it began at least, and a lot of the madness that followed. I'm trusting you with my journal, here, so no jokes about how dated my references are.Our first year together was...hectic, to say the least. We all know how bad relationship drama can be, not to mention an international relationship, not to mention a lesbian international relationship, not to mention a lesbian international relationship with a vampire.Had I not mentioned that?Yes, this is a story about loving a vampire. About seeing things humans usually aren't allowed to see. About learning what's true and what's not. What changes and what's always the same. And you're being trusted with it.Enjoi....

Title : utsukushii kuro
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ISBN : 18397725
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 312 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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utsukushii kuro Reviews

  • Akinotori
    2018-12-31 17:44

    This book was pretty iffy for me. I didn't hate it or love it. The romance was faster than YA insta love stories which is saying something.Some parts where just confusing..At one point Aiko says "[He actually bit me first and I sort of reacted back..] etc then goes off to say [And I haven't been bitten either] Uh what? You just said you were xDI didn't really like a lot characters, at one point someone dies and I was pretty Meh about it. Aiko was Okay, Jess was annoying a lot of the times. My favorite character was Mrs. Goldstein who was a side character. I liked the Japanese aspects in this book though it was more social etiquette than anything else.Even with the review given I do plan on reading Licantropa Sogno by this author.

  • David King
    2018-12-21 18:01

    Admittedly, I didn't want to put reviews for my own works, but apparently everyone can see me leaving it blank because I "read" it, but haven't reviewed it. So, rather than leave this blank...I loved writing Utsukushii Kuro because it was my first attempt to write a real story, and, when the idea took off in my head, my first attempt to write something novel-length. It started as pure fun and something I hoped to write for a dear friend (someone who was closeted and really loved vampire stories). I tore through it, usually writing a chapter a night while I was on study abroad in Japan.Looking back on it, I think I was too soap-opera-ish with it. It felt over-dramatic in places. But I was loyal to it. This story saw me through a chapter in my life, and made a lot of internet friends happy. I still think I'll avoid first-person perspective writing, but you know what, I like it.