Kimi To Date – Suzuki Tsuta
Tsuge Kazuma is arguably having the worst moment of his life. A chance meeting with the ever timid Nagano leads Tsuge to rely on a his kindness.
The older uke is adorbs. The younger seme was a spoiled pushy brat. The opening really grabbed my attention then the story kind of fizzled out. Too bad.
Summer Switch – Suzuki Tsuta
Jiro and Ma-kun had been friend since they were little. When they were in Junior High Jiro kissed Ma-kun, Ma-kun just ignores it and treated it like it was a joke but they never talked since then. They grew up seperately, Jiro now a grown up 21yr. old came back home and Ma-kun is acting as if he’s been wanting to see Jiro back again and even invited him to go see the fireworks and then sparks flew the second time around!
The cover is not doing justice to how cute the story is.
Otona no Manaa – Suzuki Tsuta
Six months ago a book store manager taught high-school student Minami a lesson about loitering and gave him a job. Since then Minami finds himself slowly falling in love with his strict and sometimes violent manager.
High school boy tries to convince older man about his feelings. High school boy can’t wait to turn the tables.