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1-4, 6) Calorie - Heat Toshiyuki has loved his best (and heterosexual) friend Yasuhira for 15 long years, but decides to give up his fruitless love. Then Jun, who is their mutual friend and knows about Toshiyuki's unrequited love, comes forward as a candidate lover. Toshiyuki is glad despite knowing that Jun has always comforted his broken heart whenever Yasuhira got hiself a new girlfriend. Yet, he decides to take his first chance in love....
5) Eyes That Don't Lie Shou's boyfriend, Chizuru, likes to see his expression when he is not happy and always does things that he hates. Even though Shou wants to have a normal relationship, he endures his weird fetish because he does not want Chizuru to lose interest in him. However, what happens when Shou shows him an expression when he is not mad?
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Uke's moods swing up and down and he's quick to tears. Seme.... is just uninteresting for me (though I like how his face was drawn; very droopy, heh.) Nothing to keep me interested about this.
Just think of this as one of those '50 calorie packs of Oreos - not quite sweet, and totally unsatisfying.
I enjoyed this manga from the first page to the last. Toshiyuki & Jun are so adorable. Their relationship is to tender and sweet. I just totally melted reading it. Lovely art work and amazing sweet love story. I don't know why it took me this long to read it. If you are a yaoi fan this is not to be passed. I recamend this. Yaya-sensei once again out did herself. A truly enjoyable read.
Mediocre work with nice art
Nice artwork and the characters were okay too. In all there were actually only 3 characters involved. The development of the two main characters was in most cases reasonable. I wish Jun's side (main char #2) would be better worked out. Toshi (main char #1) was good, their friend Yashuhira (char #3) got the raw deal. Well for a one volume story it was to expect.
The plot is light and there aren't any obstacles, just some little misunderstandings that are sorted out quickly too.
An easy read for now and then.
this is a review of the main story: sweet and gentle development of a relationship without the rape and force that somehow became typical of yaoi mangas.... likeable characters that actually like each other
This manga makes me want to fall in love again. So sweet and romantic. ^^ Probably not the best by sensei but it has its own flavour. The characters also suits well with the plot.
very heart warming. jun is so gentle and sweet. really, gentle does describe him well. those too were both adorable at times... even though they look older than me... a great read, i highly suggest it if you like good manga. =) oh! also, jun was beautiful. his features were just.. soft and so.. mmmmazing. =)
... Last updated on August 12th, 2008, 6:58pm
It was enjoyable, I like the story and the characters a lot The are some actions but some love confessions too;) I haven't really enjoy the fifth chapter (story with the same design but different names of characters). However, I recommend this manga to every "boys love" lover;)
This story was so sweet, and with such great characters. Realistic, too. I really felt their pain. Even the oneshot was good, realistic and sweet, too. Only thing I would complain is that the character designs for the main story and the oneshot were almost exactly the same. The extra at the end was so funny, though! It made me laugh out loud!
sometimes simplicity is all you crave
A very simple story that portrays the more 'innocent' side of love in terms of its 'firsts' ;). It is sweet & goes at a somewhat calm pace. The characters are lovable & too good to be true xDD so it's not hard for readers to fall for them quickly! Their situations & circumstances however, I personally felt, were realistic & I enjoyed that aspect! This story has a positive feel to it & I only wish it had lasted longer or concluded with a deeper impact xD
... Last updated on November 19th, 2007, 3:10pm
This manga had a very calm feel to it and was very sweet, and I especially liked Jun. He was almost too gentle and caring for his own good (despite what he claimed). I was a bit curious about the extra at the end though. I think the mangaka used the exact same character designs, only with different names and personalities. But that story was sweet as well.