When Donut meets Mew, their encounter turns out to be more than just a coincidence, as their closeness slowly turns into something more intimate. Lily Love... is a story between two very different people, who hand and hand, learn to trust each other in order to nurture and protect the love they share regardless of position, distance, or gender. If finding true love already seems next to impossible, how much harder will it be to keep it?
After reading Pulse, I wanted to read Ratana Satis first work. Damned that was a good decision. Donut is a nerdy girl, playing videogames, going to university, and has never been in a relationship. Mew is a senior at uni, living right next door to Donut, she is a beautiful and confident girl. I don't like to unravel that much about scenario because I feel like you need to discover it from yourself. Just as in Pulse, the script is nothing amazing, but suits perfectly his purpose: to have the relation between the two main characters evolve. Every scene has a purpose, nothing seems out of place. It is less grave than pulse story but is talking about different things. Here it talks about the difficulties that can happen in a relationship, the acceptance of self feelings, the look someone own family, tha acceptance of others feelings. Unfortunatelly this is not a full color story, nevertheless the art is really pleasant and always really clear, never have I found myself lost while reading this. I loved it a lot, I heard about a spin off coming one day, I can't wait for it to be out yet. Remember to support the author by buying it on Lezhin or by buying the physical copy of Ratana Satis facebook page. Cheers
Super cute story, about getting into the love world, even if it is in the harsh gay love. The art is nice a bit raw, but sometimes it gets a bit weird specially in the kissing parts. the story it´s a shame that it only lasts 32 chapters so it makes the story feel reaally rushed and needs to have some cliché´s to make it progress. But still a great read, really funny and entertaining while giving a wholesome perspective on the characters progress.
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