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When the two were still young, Saito and Kawana Subaru were close friends. But with Subaru coming from a wealthy family, she was sent to the top school while Saito had to settle for a regular education.
But after painfully studying for years, he was finally accepted as a high school freshman through a scholarship program that only a handful of students are awarded. But what Saito thought was going to be a heartwarming reunion turned out horrible. Subaru had grown up beautiful and was the most popular person in school as she was kind to everyone, all except towards Saito who she seemed to despise.
Almost regretting his decision to come to the school, Saito wishes that somehow their dorm rooms would connect to each other. Magically, because it turns out that Subaru wished the same thing, their wish comes true but, in return, Subaru loses her self-control for one hour per day. During that time, her erotic desire for Saito, that she can normally hide, comes pouring out and her true intentions are revealed.
He wants to take advantage of this once in a lifetime chance but doing so might jeopardize their relationship during the other 23 hours.
你是淫荡的我的女王 君は淫らな僕の女王 The Queen of Obscene Me Is You You Are Dirty, My Queen You Are My Indecent Self's Queen
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The pillow is cute
So the story starts off with the protagonists both knowing that they like each other. So what's the whole story about? The tsundere girl just being mean to the guy the whole time while doing a 180 for 1 hour per day?
I'll have to see how the story progresses, but the concept is interesting.
The final straw
It is official: Okamoto Lynn can´t write as this sad excuse for a manga is bottom of the barrel garbage. Don´t ask me how the equally unrecommendable Studio Arms managed to adapt his messy Elfen Lied into a mostly good anime but they did and it will be the authorís sole legacy. The manga´s art form the porn artist may be ok but that can´t save anything here and the narrative is the textbook definition of misogyny run amok. Never again will i touch a manga written by him. Natsu no Zenjitsu (9/10) is how a sex focused manga needs to look and Sensei o Mite Kudasai (7,5/10) is even a good hentai so read those.
... Last updated on November 6th, 2015, 9:47am
This manga made me emotional
its weird that a manga using H-scene will make you emotional instead of horny but yes it did I happen to have a similar love to this one (a boyish yet long hairedpretty girl) that did end after a misunderstanding I hope i'm not wrong about this one but its promising and may teach us to be more honest with ourselves
I've really wanted to read this since the Alien/Magician manga from the author. But I'm kind of disappointed by the art. The art reminds me too much of Momoiro Sango. At least the guy reminds me of it, the girl's pretty, but then when she's horny, it brings me back to Momoiro Sango.
I'm hoping another girl tries to snatch the guy, so honesty, you know the girl be more honest.
Although I don't foresee this being a long series simply because of it's fanservice based theme (though popularity of such things are unpredictable), it has an interesting plot in which makes this title interesting to read. I recommend it for casual reading. Normally, series with similar stories like this, tend to drag on forever.
Heartful fanservice amid emotional tension and a fast-paced plot.
You could call this a cross between Love Hina and an ero manga. The female lead is the "brazenly sexually needy, yet tsundere about it" character type. To a lesser extent, she's also a "perfect, prideful ojou-sama" sort of character; I think that most readers would find her quite attractive. Anyway, there's lots of fanservice--the very sexual kind.
However, this isn't just blatant H. The panels contain a whole lot of the male lead's inner considerations, and there are a lot of emotional and heartfelt conversations between the two leads. The leads don't have a lot of complexity yet in my opinion, but that's because the author writes primarily plot-driven stories (see Gokukoku no Brynhildr), and in spite of that, the leads are still skillfully characterized in the way that they express themselves, and the artist properly renders them cute or beautiful as fits the scene.