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Yoru Made Matenai.  
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Haruka is a sweet, innocent high school girl who is very excited to meet her new step-brother, Tsukasa. Since her father works overseas, Haruka has been living alone, but now that her father has remarried, she'll have little grade schooler Tsukasa with her while both their parents are out of the country. When they finally meet, Tsukasa is even cuter than Haruka had hoped! He wants to get her help with his homework and sleep in her bed...and undress her and make love to her!?

Side story of Haruka and Tsukasa is in Kakedashita Cupid - 6) Of Course I Can't Wait Until Nightfall
(Mochiron Yorumade Matenai)
Side story of Haruka and Tsukasa as adults is included in Suki ni Natte mo Ii no? - Extra Chapter 2


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Associated Names
แอบปิ๊ง! จริงๆ นะ
밤까지 기다릴 수 없어!
I can't wait till the night
Night is too late to come

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v.8 c.Extras 1-2 (end) by A Willful Muse (1886d ago)
v.8 c.4 by A Willful Muse (1893d ago)
v.8 c.3 by A Willful Muse (1900d ago)
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Status in Country of Origin
8 Volumes (Complete)

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Average: 7 / 10.0 (304 votes)
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Just the same thing over and over again   
Rating: 2.0 / 10.0
by Celianna
November 11th, 2009, 12:53am
This manga made me tear out my hair.

It starts with Tsukasa moving in with Haruka, a girl who is 16 (I think), and Tsukasa is 11 years old. She thinks it's cute that she has a little brother now. Until he ties her up, gags her, throws her on the bed, starts undressing her and was about to literally rape her, until someone disturbed them. Haruka doesn't do anything about the attempted rape.

I knew then this was going to be a stupid story. Who in the world just brushes off an attempted rape with a stranger? You'd press charges! You'd be emotionally traumatized! But not Haruka, no, it was just her little (new) brother, after all!

Then comes another attempt at rape, and more .. and more. Tsukasa is very aggressive, and we have no idea why - because he just met the girl. We also have no idea why in the world Haruka is allowing this. He soon starts saying stuff like "I really love you!", while trying to rape her. For some reason, they end up being boyfriend and girlfriend after a week of living with each other.

The story comes at a standstill at that point. All Tsukasa does is try to kiss Haruka, but Haruka keeps going "Hnn..." because she doesn't like it (and even clearly states so). Doesn't matter, because Tsukasa kisses her like every day, and keeps groping her. She doesn't like it, of course. This continues throughout the entire manga - nothing changes about their relationship.

The furthest their relationship takes is that Haruka gets jealous if Tsukasa kisses another girl. That's it. They're still at the kissing stage that Haruka really doesn't like at all. Tsukasa makes it clear he wants sex, and Haruka makes it clear she hates kissing him. Tsuaka eventually noticed that she never wants to kiss him, and for a second I thought the story was going to move forward because he asked her if she really hates kissing him that much.

I was wrong, the issue was glossed over and never addressed again and nothing changed. She still hates to kiss him, and he still tries to grope her whenever.

This manga is just the same thing over and over again, but just in different situations. The relationship between Haruka and Tsukasa never changes, he always tries to grope and kiss her (no matter how many times he promises to 'wait'), and she still clearly dislikes any physical touch (especially in public!). You could only read the first 3 chapter and have read the entire story of the manga already, because that's all there is to it. Just the same thing over and over again.

I suggest just reading the first 3 chapters to see for yourself, then step away from this manga. It's not worth your time.
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Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
by despelucada
July 9th, 2009, 12:28pm
Wow, 7 volumes and counting and still no progress in their relationship... and I'm not talking about s-e-x here ('cause of their ages, of course) but about emotional development. Their relationship goes nowhere (nowhere) after the 1st or 2nd volume.

And the premise seemed interesting at first (and I was excited 'cause of the good reviews and rating), but the story is just way too repetitive... 2 idiots + a stupid misunderstanding → stupid, immature reactions (yeah, I get that he's a 6th grader, but her?), a big "blow-up" → then they make up and he does a little groping. It's the same emotions, insecurities, doubts over and over and over again.

Oh, yes, a new character is introduced every once in a while, but they seem to play the same role each and every time: just another obstacle and source of misunderstanding in this relationship between a stupid, goody-two-shoes, unbelievably naive female protagonist and gullible, idiot 6th grader. The only thing I enjoyed in this series was the idiot 6th grader's irredeemably pervy nature.

Aargh, I can't believe I just downloaded 7 volumes of this crap (all deleted now). <done ranting>

... Last updated on July 26th, 2009, 9:24am
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start my fetish   
Rating: 9.4 / 10.0
by whitespade
August 10th, 2011, 3:12am
so...i know this manga have no development whatsoever, static characters and impossible plotline, but this is the first manga that spark my domineering shota-fetish, so i give it a high mark. just glad i found this again.
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Toss out your inhibitions and give this one a try   
Rating: N/A
by PansyWansyLinsy
January 22nd, 2009, 1:38am
Yoru Made Matenai is a fun, sexually charged read. The premise does seem slightly over the top and probably even unbelievable, but as a work of fiction, it's obviously working on a level of heightened reality, so it's safe not to take everything too seriously.

Really, this manga is more like Merupuri (a work I suspect is heavily influenced by this one), but with a little more zest. Sure, Tsukasa, the seemingly sexually experienced brother, is pretty young, but his outward maturity does a lot to make the age difference seem almost non-existent. It's listed as smut, but there's not so much content that I would put it on the same level as say, Desire Climax or even any of Mayu Shinjo's works (not as far as I've read anyway, the work hasn't been fully scanlated yet).

The art does seem slightly aged, but it's easy to grow accustom to. However, besides the original premise of the story, everything else is pretty predictable. From the Mary Sue heroine to the love triangles, everything plays out like a regular run-of-the-mill shoujo.

Yet, I can't help but be addicted to it. Sometimes, it's nice to get away from the chasteness of other shoujos, and just revel in the delectable sexuality that we know goes on behind closed doors in every relationship.

On a sidenote: I notice that there's a sequel and I sincerely hope that another scanlation group would give some serious thought to scanlating it.
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Rating: N/A
by Axlish
January 14th, 2010, 5:20am
It starts out in an interesting way, and the art is, well, unique. It didn't take me long to warm up to the art style though. But after a while of dragging on and on, it never seems like they actually get anywhere with their relationship. In fact... seeing as there is a sequel, I think it may just be another 8 volumes before they finally decide to stop confusing each other.
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Rating: N/A
by spsworkz
July 18th, 2010, 10:34pm
I wouldn't call it a horrible manga, but it's pretty sad reading a romance/shoujo when there isn't a single reliable male character. Plus the blooming romance seems fairly unrealistic. The girl has a younger boy trying to feel her up and than after a few weeks from first meeting each other, she thinks she's fallen in love. It didn't help either when the lead girl is too easy to blame herself and apologize.
Most of what I would have wished though, was for even a side story of Kenan. She is probably my favorite character (even if she was only around so little) just because she seemed to actually try to make something of herself and put herself out there, unlike everyone else.
The ending is pretty much what you'd expect, awkward part being that Jesse was just suddenly dropped and forgotten.
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Rating: N/A
by kerli
August 26th, 2008, 4:26pm
Yeah, this is one of the most interesting manga series I have ever read. And when I mean interesting, I also mean unusual. I mean, this manga series is good and all, but like someone else said - there's very little character development. The girl, Haruka is annoyingly naiive and so innocent that it makes me wanna wring her neck and throw her to the curb.

Sure her cute, younger stepbother is a pervert and I'm sure that'll shock the pants out of anyone (not literally) but come on now! Why on earth would you fall in love with him immediately? I'm sure it'll give Haruka another view of him but not to make her fall in love with him already.

I really enjoy reading this series, but I wished that it had a slower and a little different approach.

P.S. And the drawing style? Fits the manga perfectly.
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Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by dreamit.
March 9th, 2010, 5:02pm
So i was pretty fond of this manga in the beginning because im a sucker for bishies but anyways, i expected something better. It always went from lovey dovey perverted stuff -> jealousy-> forgiveness and same cycle over and over again till the 8th volume. It would've been better if Tsukasa went to america on the 4-5th volume and came back as a man instead of in the 8th volume because then the ending just sucked. He comes back and says "lets go home" or something looking all grown up and thats it. Shoulda done that around the 4th or 5th volume and put more obstacles in their relationship. I give it a 6
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Rating: 4.0 / 10.0
by Divina=^.^=
February 20th, 2010, 8:35am
One of the most idiotic manga series I've read. The comment below says it all: There is absolutely no story development. The mangaka could have tried a little bit harder and given the characters more depth (such as, why does Tsukasa hate his father so much, or what is the deal with his father being both warm and cold depending on the situation...) but NOOOOOOO she just kept repeating the same frustrating circle of misunderstanding between Tsukasa and Haruka for 8 long (very long) chapters. Lastly, I was personally aggravated with the eventual complete one-sidedness of the misunderstandings/problems in the relationship: after a while Tsukasa takes the upper hand and he is the only one dealing sadness and frustration in the relationship. Haruka basically becomes a doormat with no strength, like a puppet. YUCK. Really disgusting.

Lastly, the art itself is tragically painful. This is a matter of taste I guess, but it definitely did not agree with me. Even putting the disturbingly high foreheads aside, the eyes, oh my god the eyes... The main characters' eyes look either like they are fried eggs that are never cooked properly and are slimy and runny or alternatively like sleep-depraved vampires with enormous, scary black circles. I can't believe I actually made it all the way to the end.
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Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by Christina2699
August 12th, 2008, 1:19am
haha...Geeze....Those two are both perverts....If you can get past the fact that the boy is a pervert and the girl is a little dumb, then I guess the story is a good read. I thought it was alright
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