Kikukawa Shiori wakes up from a motorcycle accident only to find out she's lost her memory! Try as she might, she can't remember anything about the yankee-looking boy who claims to be her boyfriend, her kind-hearted and good looking older brother, or her aloof and introverted younger sister.When she goes to school for the first time since her accident, she overhears people talking about her---and the things they say aren't flattering. From what she hears, she was a terrible person before the accident. Was she really as horrible as they're making her out to be? And will she ever get her memory back?
I honestly got hooked by the first chapter. I love 80-90's manga art so it was pretty to me from the get-go. It did make go what the heck!? In a "I'm so done with this, but I'm in too deep so I can't stop" sort of way. For sure got me in the feels, just how sad it makes you when its characters are trying to be happy. Overall I say give it a try if you like complicated life and romance (basically the real world), because it gives you that, and then some!
SPOILERS AHEAD: I have waaayyy mixed emotions about this. The manga trapped me fast and I spent countless nights reading it. I loved the character development at the beginning and how you just had to learn about the protagonist at the same time as she was learning about herself. The mangaka has a great talent and perseverance and how her style improves. But I hate the end. It's just... weird. We can all have different opinions of course, but HER BROTHER??!!!??!! OUT OF ALL THE PEOPLE???? It looked more like obsession than love. And Kai didn't deserve all that. He cherished her and helped her go through all that new confusion while giving her time and space. Now i'll be pissed off for my entire life. Afer finishing it, I could see how it was clear where the story was about to go. Maybe I just hoped for a Shoujo-cliché-ish type of story, but I see now its more of a Josei.