Miki Koishikawa thought she had a typical life with typical parents, until one day her mother and father announced they are getting a divorce - but not just any divorce. They're splitting up in order to switch spouses with another couple they'd met in Hawaii! To assist with the transition Miki and her parents must now live with the other couple and their son Yuu. Miki and Yuu's relationship gets off to a rough start, but they learn to open up to each other and become friends over time. However, their situation becomes more complicated when the two begin to develop feelings for one another as well as deal with other people in their lives, including Miki's former crush, Ginta Suou; and Yuu's former girlfriend, Arimi Suzuki...
Story: So the story is incredibly far fetched, but if you can suspend your disbelief then it will be a very good read. There were plenty of twists and turns that kept you on the edge of your seat, yet still a fair amount of predictability, but what can you expect from a shoujo romance? I was hooked from the beginning, though, and couldn't put it down. Art: The art is old, yes, but I still liked it... read more
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