idgal's Reviews & Ratings

If you want vanilla pure smut, this is for you. It's sugary sweet without drama. Great if you want just a easy read but the lack of story made it a little boring for me as there is no conflict, just two guys really, really in love with each other.
I really like the mangaka art, it's a sketchy style but still detailed. Highly recommend this for smut lovers, it's very graphic in explicit scenes but has a nice balance in sweet stories.There's two main stories in the book, one featuring a wolf man and a human ( also interesting is there's no real dialogue from the wolf man ) and another about best friends becoming more, which has been done before a lot but there's a nice take on the usual gay + straight relationship that's more realistic than usual.
This is recommended for yandere lovers.
This mangaka Art is always pretty with pretty guys but I don't think the stories are too good. Short and simple, you MUST like teasing/bullying personalities because this book features guys who love teasing their targets. Quick read with a lot of smut
I really wanted to like the story as I really love the artist fanwork but the MC is pure trash. You think delinquent with a heart of gold but he just bullies people for being
Fluffy, not really smut or explicit. Cute couples
I like bl with kids as they are cute and add some innocence. This story wasn't that great, the uke is rather forced into a relationship rather heavy handily. Sure he suffers from self esteem issues but the seme never really says anything to reassure him till later after forcing him into a relationship.
Weird and confusing story, I really had no idea what's going on. It's was bad.
Nice unusual take on omegaverse lore.I like that the alpha wants to bottom but thinking how omegaverse works, it might be better to make them reversible?I like how the alpha wasn't too proud to ask to be f*** lol
I rented but had to upgrade. The way the story was going, I thought .... but thank god it don't go the bad end route.I like the characters a lot and the conflicts were surprisingly realistic.
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