Leroy Douresseaux describes the story as "a basic mismatched couple story, which even comes with a rival", but enjoyed the portrayal of vampirism in the manga. He also compared Yozakura's art for Yuki as being reminiscent of Marc Davis' Tinkerbell. Johanna Draper Carlson enjoyed the cute art, and described the plot's events as "ridiculously outrageous... but amusing in their good-hearted charm". Shaenon Garrity describes it as "a medical fetish manga that happens to have vampires in it", and noted Yokazura's art to be "cute and polished, sexy where it ought to be". She notes that the cheerful tone of the manga, and the treatment of the medical/blood fetishes as completely normal makes the manga "creepy".
- ↑ http://www.blumanga.com/series_detail.php?page=3&series=bloodhoney
- ↑ http://www.comicbookbin.com/bloodhoney001.html
- ↑ http://comicsworthreading.com/2010/02/21/two-trends-are-better-than-one-vampire-yaoi-blood-honey-and-how-to-seduce-a-vampire/
- ↑ http://manga.about.com/od/tokyopop/gr/BloodHoney.htm