Genre: Romance, Shoujou, school
Related Words: school, romance, childhood friends
Nayu and Oumi are childhood friends. Without realizing it, Nayu finds out she has fallen for Oumi over the years. However, just as she comes to terms with her feelings, Oumi reveals himself to be in love with the pretty Tsuzuki in his class. How will Nayu deal with such heartbreak?
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Kimi ga Inakya Dame tte Itte was a really cute read. With only a few chapters, it got straight to the point and didn’t have too many extras, like the super long mangas, but was very simple.
It’s one of those childhood romance stories, where the girl is in love with the guy, but the guy doesn’t know it, etc… There is a lot of back and forth between the characters and there were some parts where I felt they were awkward and rushed.
The main guy character is a bit of an airhead, and the main girl doesn’t seem to know what she wants. And there were also a lot of loose ends and unexplained things that I felt were too ambiguous, but that comes with all short manga.
All in all, I felt the characters were okay, and the plot was decent as well. The art was great, and there were a lot of emotions mixed into this read. I’d definitely recommend this to anyone who wants a short romance manga read.