A forbidden love story between enemies, Boarding School Juliet is a unique twist to one of my favorite love stories: Romeo and Juliet. I really enjoyed the romance between the two main characters but each chapter felt episodic, although, there is a nice touch of humor that tied a lot of it together. It starts to feel slightly repetitive as they tried to hide their relationship from their fellow classmates. The art was smooth and unique while the text bubbles weren’t too overcrowded making the story easy to digest. I’m eager to read further into the series to see where the overall story leads. Will there be a happy ending? Will things unfold like the original Romeo and Juliet? If you like series such as Chivalry of a Failed Knight or The Honor Student at Magic High also known as The Irregular at Magic High School or any other series that have a nice romance/comedy in a school setting I would recommend this manga to you.
The prestigious Dahlia Academy educates the elite of society from two countries: to the East is the Nation of Touwa; across the sea, the Principality of West. The nations, though, are fierce rivals, and their students are constantly feuding—which means Romio Inuzuka, head of Touwa’s first-year students, has a problem. He’s fallen for his counterpart from West, Juliet Persia, and when he can’t take it anymore, he confesses his feelings. Now Romio has two problems: a girlfriend, and a secret…Add to CartLearn More