Yuma and Hotaru have been friends since childhood. It is only natural that when Yuma is nervous about her new boyfriend, she asks Hotaru and her boyfriend along for a double date. But when Hotaru offers herself to Yuma as “practice”, both girls realize that they’re more interested in each other than they are in their own boyfriends. With boyfriends in the foreground but a secret, passionate tryst in the background, will Yuma and Hotaru try to forget what happened between them or have they fallen into a trap of true love and betrayal?
Source: Seven Seas
*SPOILER ALERT! THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS. PROCEED AT YOUR OWN CAUTION.* I was a bit scared to read this because of all the bad reviews I've seen, but I'm so glad I did. The characters def pissed me off at times but I'm glad they had proper motives. I've read way too many stories where characters are "evil" just for the sake of being evil. And while the plot was kind of insane, their mistakes were realistic for their ages. (Spoilers start here) I definitely related to Yumi a ton because of all the whiplash Hotaru was giving us —and because it was mostly from her pov—. And Hotaru was a bit of a puzzle in the beginning but once her backstory was explained it just clicked. I'm kind of disappointed that I didn't notice it sooner (blame it on my tired brain) but her trust issues are very prevalent. Of course cheating irl is not okay but this is a manga so I'll let it slide. And I'm happy that things ended well for them. The only thing I could relate to with Fujiwara was that he posted the picture for Takeda's sake —at least, that's what I think the creators are alluding to—. Obviously I don't condone posting it. And sharing someone's nude without their consent is fucked up. There are so many better ways he could've told Takeda. Ngl, the boy's got problems and no redeeming qualities. Takeda is a such a sweetheart. He didn't deserve what happened but he stayed strong and even helped Yumi through it all. Also, I know it's the bare minimum here but I'm so glad Yumi's friends aren't homophobes. Anyways, I had no idea what NTR meant until I read this and as you can probably guess I am not a fan. But I'll put that aside and give this a fair rating: 9/10 or 4 stars (minus 1 for all the stress this story put me through)
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