Series: Bloody Kiss

Author: Kazuko Furumiya

Bloody Kiss 1 (2005)
4.11 of 5 Votes: 2
Bloody Kiss is (sadly) the first of two volumes revolving around our heroine Kiyo who inherits her grandmother's allegedly haunted house. The story gets interesting when Kiyo finds out she not only inherits the house, but the two vampires living in it! Hilarity and lots of sexy scenes show up whe...
Bloody Kiss (2000)
4.11 of 5 Votes: 1
The young protagonist Kiyo finds herself inheriting an old estate where two vampires reside, from a grandmother she had never met. Kuroboshi a half vampire\human and his servant Alsh (vampire) have been chased off to this mansion and resided there way before Kiyo had even existed. Okay so here we...
Bloody Kiss, Volume 1 (2005)
4.11 of 5 Votes: 2
This book is so adorable! It's a pity that the series is only two books long. However, the short stories at the end of each volume highlight how the author usually only makes two types of main characters : a slap-happy girl with some sort of emotional/self-confidence related issue, and the boy wh...
Bloody Kiss, Vol. 02 (2009)
4.24 of 5 Votes: 4
In this installment, there is a new character from Kiyo's past. Her childhood friend (who just happens to be a hunter of evil). Of course, it has to be a love triangle (sorta)and she must choose between Sou and Kuroboshi.I liked this one, but the ending wasn't as end-y as it could have been. I ...
Bloody Kiss, Vol. 01 (2005)
4.11 of 5 Votes: 1
This was my first manga book I have read and I think it is a good place to start. At first it was confusing to read but after a while I found myself reading it easily. The charicters are great, Kiyo is the main female, she is uptight and silly at the same time. Kuroboshi is a vampire who claimed ...