DWCorvid's Reviews ＆ Ratings
Unohana's work tends to be bittersweet but this one was only a little bit lonely. You can really understand Kiyoto's feelings as he lets himself easily be lifted into Taizo's arms. Lots of sexy times but also lots of true affection. Be sure to read the second one in this series for a complete story!
I really enjoyed the nostalgic art style but the pacing was slow and the plot wasn't all that interesting. It was like watching a political drama on television rather than reading a romance. I wanted to be able to feel the emotions the characters had for each other and understand the flavor of their love better. It felt like I learned more about Japanese elections than how Kamoi I felt when Takagi touched him.
I loved this title! The heroine is a little silly but earnest and smart. she's the kind of girl you'd want to be a friend of yours and not the typical pushover you sometimes see what these types of romances. The male lead isn't overly sadistic or cruel he's just forthright and a really caring person. I wish I could read more about this couple it really made me laugh and smile.
The art and the kink are nice. And a story that moves forward and back in time for two characters who went to HighSchool together it's also kind of nice. It gets a little hard to follow especially since the author is trying to weave together two complex stories while keeping the characters distant for an extra angsty feeling. I wanted to learn more about the characters and get to like them more but there wasn't enough time.
Ive always enjoyed Yugi Yamada's work and this is no exception. Her partnership with Saki-sensei produced a charming story that warms your heart and makes you yearn for the happiness of the main characters.