Limited Lovers by Yamada Keiko
Synopsis via Mangahere
Kakinomoto Karin, the daughter of a millionaire, lost her ability to walk in an accident. During her stay at the hospital, she fell in love at first sight with the medical researcher, Okita Teppei! She bought him a house, but only on the condition that that Teppei spend two hours with her every day. Karin, who only wanted Teppei's heart, will one day find out that not only does Teppei already have a fiancée, but he has a frightening split personality...
All manga lovers out there, if you haven't read this one you should check it out. It has three volumes and you can read it for free at Mangahere. I saw this so many times before when I was looking for something to read but I never thought of reading it. The synopsis didn't appeal to me but for some reason I decided to give it a try a few days ago and this ended up being one of my favorites manga. The storyline is very interesting and there wasn't a boring moment for me when I was reading it.
After you finish a chapter I assure you, you want to find out what will happen next. Karin hired Teppei to spend time with her for two hours every day. At first their relationship was very strain because Teppei had an agenda of his own and he didn't want to waste his time with silly things like that but as the two of them spend more time together, they became to understand each other. Karin couldn't walk anymore due an accident but her determination to make something out of her life was strong and I really admired her for that.
Throughout the story she was faced with many difficulties but she was adamant to overcome them and she did. She inspired others around her including Teppei. Teppei had a troubled and painful past but because of her he changed for the better. He gave up his ambition of getting even with the people who destroyed his family and focused more on treating his patients with care like a doctor should. This was an amazing manga. I absolutely loved it. The story was very inspiring and heartwarming. It had an ending that was satisfactory. You will not regret reading this. Highly recommended! :)