Masachika Kuse sits next to Arya, a girl of Russian and Japanese descent. She's beautiful, haughty, and an exceptional student, while Masachika is nerdy and known for being a slacker. He's an easy target for her comments in Russian, which she's all too happy to translate—except he can understand what she's really saying!
Source: Yen Press
Contains side volume 4.5
So good. It's a bit late and I don't feel like writing a whole ass review. So I'll just leave you with these words (spoiler free). If you read this. You'll get a subtly well paced romance novel, that does the cliches a harem-romcom has so well. That youll keep wanting more. It left me at the edge of my seat to be frank. Give it a try.
This review was written after reading volume 3This series is a rather classical high school romance, with the main distinctive aspect being the play of mind between the main girl who professes her love only in Russian, and the main guy, who pretends to not understand her. There’s also a quite interesting take on the main love rival, but I’ll let you discover it yourself.The drawings are very good, but not particularly original. Cet avis a été écrit après lecture du volume 3 Cette série est une romance assez classique entre lycéens, avec pour principale originalité la bataille mentale entre la protagoniste qui ne déclare son amour qu’en russe, et le protagoniste qui fait semblant de ne pas la comprendre. Il y a aussi une approche pour le moins originale de la principale rivale en amour, mais je vous laisse la découvrir par vous-mêmes. Les dessins sont très bons, mais pas particulièrement originaux.
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