Kotaru Tanaka is an omega single parent who is dating his son's kindergarten teacher, Himura Suguru. Although the two men are deeply in love, their complicated pasts are currently complicating their present. Kotaru was sexually promiscuous in his youth; he can barely remember the night his son Otsujiro was conceived and has no idea who the boy's father is. Himura, meanwhile, lives in fear of his alpha instincts and carries a heavy burden of guilt for raping an omega in heat during a rut. When Himura's insecurities begin to pull him away from Kotaru, Kotaru suddenly finds himself in danger of being drawn back into the kind of life he desperately wanted to leave behind. Can this pair find a way to embrace a future together and form the family that they - and little Otsujiro - all dearly long for?
Oyasuminasai no Ato wa is an Alpha x Omega Manga. As you read the story you will learn the hardships of the Omega's and Alpha's lifes in their past and present. It's cool how the mangaka took different steps and made the main characters in a relationship already, to focus more on their past and character developement (even tho I would have love to see how they met and how their feelings were built). Furthermore, I was a bit confused because in the beginning. It wasn't mentioned that the Sensei didn't know about Kotaru being an Omega. I felt like the story could have been more well built but I'm sure it was the mangaka's intention to draw and write it like that (since she wanted to complete it in a single volume + it gives the story a different touch to it). To be honest, I'm no a fan of the art style but I still like that it differenciates from many other manga that I've read. I really liked how the mangaka showed Sensei's and Kotarus past shortly after the beginning. Sakadachi KABANO really tried to put as much focus as possible on both characters. And she was succesfull. But I wish she would have also put a bit more focus in on Otsujiro. The child is such a cinamon roll, he really lightens the story up! All in all, Oyasuminasai no Ato wa is a good read. It's not the best Omegaverse I've ever read but it isn't bad either, so give it a try!
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