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Yappari Kimi wo Suki ni Naru  
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When student-teacher Noki runs into the art instructor Ishibashi, he falls in love at first sight. Braving thoughts of acting like a stalker, posing nude, and streaking through the hallways, Noki will do almost anything to see his love returned.

This manga is the continuation of the story from the oneshot Sore Demo in Renai Plus Alpha.


Related Series
Renai Liberty (Sequel)
Renai Plus α (Prequel)

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Average: 7.5 / 10.0 (46 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.21 / 10.0
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Last Updated
February 21st 2013, 6:09am PST



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Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
by Mochi__x
December 15th, 2012, 3:19pm
I really don't understand how this is a continuation of Sore Demo... yeah this continues from where it left off, but the seme has a completely different name from the so-called prequel. And he apparently falls in love at first sight with Ishibashi in the beginning of this manga... but he had already been on a date with him in Sore Demo... Argh I'm so confused! T__T
I really had my hopes up with this... I loved the way Sore Demo ended, and was really looking forward to seeing Ishibashi fall in love with Satoshi again (the main character - although his name is Noki in this for some reason??) but that doesn't quite happen. Also there is no mention of what happened in Sore Demo. For those who don't know; Ishibashi fell for Satoshi (although he thought Satoshi was a girl at the time) and at the end he vowed he would fall in love with Satoshi again no matter how he looked. So when I saw this was a "sequel" I thought we'd get to see him fall in love with Satoshi again, although this time as a man, and it would be all sweet. But it's like everything that happened in the prequel meant nothing. I don't understand why Satoshi is called Noki in this, and why he clearly has forgotten everything that happened in the prequel too. I did consider that perhaps they weren't really meant to be connected, but since "Noki" is a trainee teacher (like Satoshi) who runs into Ishibashi in the school on his first day of training (like Satoshi does at the end of Sore Demo) and since Ishibashi is clearly the same guy as in the prequel, I just don't understand any of it!

So if you're thinking of reading this as a sequel then don't bother, it makes zero sense. But if you just read it as it is, without trying to link them together, then it'll probably be quite a good read. The plot itself probably deserves about 7/10, but since I am so confused about all the differences then I can only give this a 5/10.

(I'm really sorry if my review doesn't make much sense, but if you've read the oneshot called Sore Demo in Renai Plus Alpha then you'll probably understand what I mean!)

... Last updated on November 24th, 2013, 9:39am
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