Title: American Kitsune Series
Author: Brandon Varnell
Illustrator: Kirsten Moody
Genre: Ecchi, Adventure, Romance
Published: February 2014 – ongoing
Volumes Available: 11 (In Progress)
The story of a boy, a fox, and a whole lot of ecchi…
Kevin Swift has the worst luck with women. It’s not that he’s unattractive or even unpopular. He just can’t talk to them. He blames it on all those Shōnen love comedies he enjoys watching. Fortunately, or unfortunately―depending on who’s asking―Kevin’s love life is about to start looking up.
After saving a fox’s life Kevin discovers that he actually rescued a Kitsune, a shape-shifter capable of transforming into a beautiful girl who appears to have popped right out of the pages to a Shōnen manga. Her name is Lilian, and she apparently wants to mate with him.
Between dealing with an overly amorous vixen’s zealous attempts at getting into his pants, his inability to talk to girls and school, Kevin is going to have his hands full.
Warning: do not expect this to be anything spectacular. It’s a romantic comedy filled with fan service, a sexy fox girl, and fourth wall breaks. If that doesn’t appeal to you, well, read at your own risk.