In the Clear Moonlit Dusk

Alt title: Uruwashi no Yoi no Tsuki

Vol: 7+; Ch: 30+
2020 - ?
4.294 out of 5 from 625 votes
Rank #375
In the Clear Moonlit Dusk

Yoi Takiguchi has long legs, a deep voice, and a handsome face...in other words, Yoi is such a good-looking guy that most people don't notice or care that she is, in fact, a girl. Indeed, she's had the nickname "Prince" as long as she can remember. That is, until she met Ichimura-senpai...the only person who's really seemed to see her for herself. To her surprise, she's not sure how to handle this new relationship, especially when her newfound friend is a prince himself (and a guy prince, at that). The story of the two high school princes starts here!

Source: Kodansha

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Oquiseo
5

The artist of this series is one of my personal favorites! I've read all of their other works and so when I caught wind of this series, I was so excited to read it. Unfortunately, I think I've tried to read this series like 10 different times by now but for the life of me I just cannot get into it. I don't mind romances developing fast but this manga's romance develops too fast AND there is no chemistry between either of the main leads. It really just feels like Fan-Service The Manga (tm) with how touchy-feely the male lead is and with all his cringe male manipulator one liners. He'll pick her up bridal style randomly, or pull her closer by her tie, or say "...you're really stirring up my desires," and it's so obvious the mangaka is writing this to make the reader squeal (like oh my gosh this is so cute!!) but it just DOESN'T WORK because they have absolutely NO chemistry. I know the female lead is supposed to react awkwardly to everything he does as it's her personality and she hasn't been "courted" by a man before, but the way the mangaka wrote it just makes it seem like she just isn't really into him at all, even with all her blushing.  Another reviewer on here said that other mangas have done everything better and they are absolutely right. You want a female lead who is more "princely" or even dressed as a man? Otonari Complex, Ouran, Hana Kimi, Mizutama Honey Boy, Takane no Hana Nara Ochitekoi, etc., etc.  You want a popular male character falling for a girl who has never had a boyfriend? Skip to Loafer, Pochamani, Hananoi-kun to Koi no Yamai, Sakuraba-san wa Tomaranai, Kameba Kamu Hodo Amaku Naru, etc., etc...  And if you haven't read this mangaka's other works and reeeeeeally like their artstyle, just real Tsubaki Chou Lonely Planet or Hirunaka no Ryuusei. 

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