Spell of Desire, Vol. 2 by Tomu Ohmi

Spell of Desire, Vol. 2

Kaoruko Mochizuki runs an herb shop in a small seaside town. One day, a mysterious man dressed in black named Kaname Hibiki enters her shop and reveals that Kaoruko is actually a witch. And what's more, Kaoruko needs Kaname to help control her awakening power! The only thing that can keep Kaoruko's powers in check is a kiss from Kaname, but she can't help but be drawn to him! While Kaname struggles with his own growing attraction to Kaoruko, he s...


Details Spell of Desire, Vol. 2

TitleSpell of Desire, Vol. 2
ISBN9781421567761
Author
Release DateNov 4th, 2014
PublisherVIZ Media LLC
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Josei, Fantasy, Supernatural, Paranormal, Witches, Romance
Rating

Reviews Spell of Desire, Vol. 2

  • Dyanna
    2018-05-25
    I think I am reading this more for the beautiful art then the story....
  • Becki
    2015-01-16
    Characters a growing nicely. :)RTC
  • Kübra Yağmur Aslanhan
    2018-04-21
    Cildin en heyecanlı yerinde bitirmek...Çok kötüsünüz ya!
  • Destiny
    2015-01-09
    I am reviewing the English edition though this has the French edition. The Viz edition is not listed.I enjoyed this volume. What made me give it four stars was the last chapter? There was this figure in the heroine's room. Like it kinda looked like a ghost. I'm wondering if it's her mother? The storyline seems to focus more on the fact that the Witch Queen is missing and the heroine (Really I can't think of her name) is going to be trained. But I...
  • Rebecca Grant
    2017-11-24
    the series would have been 5-star if the author hadn't rehash and repeat so much.
  • Greyland Reviews
    2018-12-03
    5 stars
  • Kristina
    2018-04-20
    Love the drawings and the story is getting interesting, but I hate the way the protagonist is being treated
  • Caribou Reviews
    2016-11-29
    Spell of Desire 1-5 (full series)Action 4/5Art 5/5Angst 5/5Characters 4/5Drama 5/5Erotica 5/5Humor 5/5Plot 5/5Romance 5/5Suspense 5/5Triggers: Sex, attempted sexual assault (due to her magic being out of control), jealous man (who means well but apologizes and it is genuine), nudity, eye candy / fan service (but relevant to the story).Review: Sweet, sexy, angsty romance with a supernatural urban fantasy and classic fantasy vibe. Excellent art, ch...
  • Miri
    2017-02-25
    Two and a half stars, probably. I skimmed quickly through this and the third volume, and though I like it well enough, I probably won't do the whole series.
  • Online Eccentric Librarian
    2014-08-14
    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ I have to admit, Ohmi's newest series isn't keeping my attention. A distinct lack of character and plot advancement coupled with too many genre cliches had me yawning through most of this second book. Ohmi's illustration work has greatly improved on Midnight Secretary but I'm not quite sure this title compares to its predecessor.Story: Kaoruko attracts all who come near he...
  • Jessica
    2014-08-30
    Kaname gave me the good chills. I just love the them as an impending couple. Kaname’s face is drawn all harsh planes and lines, and I literally shiver in excitement. This book explores about black/white magic, and the witches coven. I’m thrilled to see what Kaoruko’s training will be like and which magic side she will ultimately choose. It’s interesting seeing Ohmi’s notes on her character details (about clothes Kaoruko wears) and seein...
  • Judyth (Geeky Reading)
    2014-12-30
    ~3.5-4/5Midnight Secretary left me unsure of continuing Ohmi’s works, and the first volume of this series didn’t grab me immediately. But this volume was actually a step up, I’m happy to report.I think the attraction between the couple has a hard time grabbing me, but it’s starting to work here. Kaname is starting to accept his feelings for Kaoruko, just as she is for him. That’s one thing that bothered me in the previous series, and I...
  • Maria Shuffit
    2015-01-25
    My previous complaint about the first volume, where the thought- and word-bubbles were overwhelming the story and art, has fortunately eased up a bit in this volume! This is still a pretty text-heavy book, but not nearly as bad as the first volume.The second volume of the series heats up! Kaoruko is forced out of her pleasant, small-town herbal shop and has to confront the coven, showing more backbone than I'd expect out of this sort of character...
  • Marie-Josee Larouche
    2015-01-14
    I'm really starting to fall in love with this series! I like the characters and the apparent chemistry between the main characters, Kaoruko and Kaname. There seems to be a lot more going on between the lines; and their feelings for one another have nothing to do with the witch queens power inside Kaoruko. The scene where Kaname gets jealous and buys Kaoruko an "engagement ring" is pretty explanatory evidence of that. Kaname seems to care far more...
  • Miss Susan
    2015-07-11
    okay but like why do men get supernatural abilities that put them in a position of power and women get 'supernatural abilities' which are literally just 'the power to make men rape you! inducing uncontrollable desire in others! lucky girl, you get magical powers which are the embodiment of the myths of rape culture!'like honestly, it was shitty when misfits did it and it's shitty here. what if kaoroku bounced and learned how to control her powers...
  • Becky
    2015-02-24
    eh wasn't crazy about this one. getting really tired of the female character needing to be saved from her own sexuality. and loving him? I'm not sure she knows what love is... oh!and her best guy friend tries to rape her and she's not even mad! I don't care what kinda magic it is, we're no longer friends.yeah, the author is lucky that there are cute animals that transform into b.a. stuff in these books. they are the only redemption at this point ...
  • VampAmber
    2015-01-24
    No! You do NOT end a book on a cliffhanger like that! No! Oh gods, the next volume can't possibly come out fast enough. Oh, I hope like crazy that Kaname can save Kaoruko. Now I'm gonna be all worried for the next few months, hoping he saves her. That, my friends, is a truly evil cliffhanger. The rest of the book rocked, though, so I won't hold it against the author. Much.
  • Sarah ~Sehrenity~
    2015-01-16
    Again, 3.5 stars rounded up because of the innocent Perils of Pauline feel to the first half of the story. The second half sees Koko starting to show some backbone, but still very innocent and self-sacrificing. What's interesting is to see Kaname's evolution.
  • Selena
    2015-10-25
    I'm just going to stop here. That ending tells me that no matter what happens in the next book, I'm going to get really, really angry.
  • Spring Holbrook
    2014-12-30
    Intriguing! Kaoruko (Koko) isn't a fluffy pushover, but it looks like she just got herself in over her head. It'll be interesting to see what happens next volume, and I'm also hoping for more background or an appearance from her mother.
  • Celestita Giron
    2016-01-30
    Que emoción!! Voy por la siguiente
  • CJ - It's only a Paper Moon
    2014-12-15
    Oooo
  • Taryn
    2015-02-12
    Lovely! Koko and Kaname are being separated
  • Dylan
    2015-01-12
    Really enjoyed this volume. It was a lot of set up for what will happen next. The next installment is bought to have crazy awesome things! I can't wait for February 3rd!
  • Barbara
    2015-01-23
    I'm happy to see the character's developing the way they are, though some parts (especially the ending) are little...ugh :/
  • ArdnAskelA
    2014-07-12
    La suite... toujours aussi envoutante, captivante... Je ne suis pas à la base très fan des histoires d'amour mais celle-ci a le don de me captiver quand même.