Shun and Mio connected on their small island near Okinawa, leading to a friendship and eventual romance. But Shun's quiet home by the seaside started with pain–he left his hometown after his parents disowned him for being gay. That inescapable fact still haunts him, especially now that his father is ill. Shun is ready to go back to Hokkaido to see his parents again, but this time, he has Mio by his side. Mio has complicated feelings about this himself, as he was devastated by the loss of his own parents and now might not be accepted by Shun's – what will this trip mean for him?
Source: Seven Seas
I really liked this BL at first. It has beautiful backgrounds and I find the art style for the characters light and cute. As the story progresses though, it starts to feel boring. The characters don't change much and things become redundant. The overall plotline is lost into daily occurrences. Where I really stopped liking it was after the time skip, it made me lose interest. I think this manga went on too long and it would have been better if the original couple volumes were drawn out a bit more and then finished.
OMG! I have read the manga and seen the movie based on the manga, and all I wanted after that was to know what happens next? And finally in this manga I get to see what happens it is so good already I am in love! <3 (SPOILER) I really like that we see them grow up. The first manga they were about 17 and 24 in the first manga chapter 1. Then years passed and they turned 20 and 27. And in this manga they are 26 and 32 years old. I really like mangas where we get to see them grow up! <3
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