Dengeki Daisy (Manga)

Plot:

When Teru’s older brother died, she was left with little more than a cell phone containing the text-address of an elusive character named DAISY, who Teru’s brother had told her Daisy would watch over her. Daisy would always mention “I’m always watching over you.” DAISY became Teru’s pillar of strength, over the next few years as he sent her encouraging words through his phone, whether inspiring or mere chatter, as she faces her life alone.

One afternoon, after bullies from the student council are mysteriously driven away, Teru accidentally breaks a school window, which results in her working for the grouchy, cruel school janitor named Tasuku Kurosaki. As Teru begins working for the unlikable school janitor, her feelings begin to surpass that of master and servant and she begins to question DAISY’s true identity. Thus begins an unlikely friendship between a 16-year-old high school girl and a sly but smart 24-year-old man. As time goes by the two become close and Teru falls for Kurosaki. What she doesn’t know is that he has feelings for her too, but can not return them for a number of reasons, the most important reason is somehow he was the one who caused her brothers death.
Review:

This manga is so good guys. The comedy, Romance and suspense is maintained equally. The beginning of this manga is so good and interesting that it makes us to read it more but in middle it kind of becomes boring but the last chapters are again interesting. If I need to say this is not a complete Romance manga it has some suspense in it. The relations between all the characters in this manga is so good and cute that you will fall in love with them. I wish this manga has an anime. Overall this manga is so good guys and I recommend this to everyone.😀

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