Yaeko is a high school girl suffering because for some reason she always attracts the love of perverts. Even though she struggles to find her “peaceful days,” she mistakes the exceedingly beautiful young man Rokuro for a rapist, accidentally injures him, and finds herself having to move into his apartment to care for him. Moreover, this Rokuro is also a pervert with a Lolita Complex!? Will Yaeko be able to survive S&M, a Lolita Complex, a Shotaro Complex, and more without incident!?
So this is a comedy first and foremost, and barely even counts as a romance (in my opinion). Some of the comedy comes from Yaeko's exaggerated poses, but most of it comes from the discrepancy of seeing things that are serious being treated with levity and seeing things that are morally wrong (because of a lack of consent) being almost normalized and treated as just a kinky preference. I will say that I was hoping to see more examples of a bunch of perverts being drawn to Yaeko and was a bit disappointed that that aspect of Yaeko's life experience was pushed to the background after the introductory chapter.
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