Childhood friends Miyama and Tsubame are alpha and omega, and have had a rivalry going since they were babies. They compete with each other over absolutely everything, and the loser has to do whatever the winner wants. Their unusual camaraderie is threatened when Tsubama loses his suppressant medication and goes into heat, and Miyama is unable to control his hormones and violates him. Tsubama wakes in the hospital with a guilt-ridden Miyama at his side, and is distraught when he learns that Miyama plans to keep his distance from now on to make sure he never hurts him again. How can Tsubame convince him that being apart from his life-long rival is actually the last thing he wants?
It was meh. I'm not feeling articulate so I'll put it in points: - Miyama doesn't have much personality, like his dad... - I felt irked by "wife" and "mother" being used based on sex and not on gender. - I was triggered by Hachi punching his son Miyama, so TW minor domestic violence for any of y'all who might need it. - Same as the prequel, they always do it in public for some reason. I got used to it by that point but doing it in a public playground is a little fucked up. In their defence it was empty but I felt like kids could still arrive at any moment. - Compared to the prequel, it made more sense for them to be in love since they're childhood friends. It was cute. - Mitsurou once again being the only voice of reason but displayed as the "bad" guy. Seriously this whole family of nutters wouldn't be able to function for 2 minutes straight if it wasn't for poor Mitsurou..
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