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It May Not Be Love (Yaoi Manga)
 
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It May Not Be Love (Yaoi Manga) [Kindle Edition]

Aoi Kujyou

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It May Not Be Love (Yaoi Manga)
It's love at first sight for Kanai's friend Kouki, but nothing but trouble for him. Not only is Takashi Kanai being hit on by plenty of guys at his university, he now has to deal with his best friend crushing on his older brother. Kanai is in a state of confusion after hearing about Kouki's new found feelings, and he doesn't know what's got him totally out of sorts. Mix in his brother’s shifty friend, who seems to like Kanai a tad too much, and there’s just no telling what will happen to his relationship with Kouki.
Read this, plus tons of extra tales about boys in school uniforms, by the wonderful Aoi Kujyou.

Translated by Anna Haverinen; Edited by Deborah Joy Robertson; Lettered by Melanie Davis

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 11697 KB
  • Publisher: Digital Manga Publishing (May 15 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0083VB6BK
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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Amazon.com: 4.0 out of 5 stars  1 review
4.0 out of 5 stars Lovely collection of gentle stories about the angst of loving someone. May 13 2014
By Gayle - Published on Amazon.com
This is a collection of one-shots, some lasting several chapters, some one chapter. They’re all interesting, character-driven stories. Love is very confusing at times, and Kujyou-sensei manages to express all the bafflement and angst these characters are feeling, yet at the same time he also does this with his characteristic warmth and humor. My favorite is probably the last one, but they’re all worth reading. If you’re wanting pure angst and drama/tragedy, this may not be for you. But if you’re looking for something with a bit of warmth and humor, then this might be what you’re looking for.

Takashi Kanai has had it with guys confessing “I love you” to him. And his best buddy Kouki Eda has all the sports-mad guys after him to join their sports clubs. Good thing they they’re such good friends! It’s just that they’re helping each other hide from those guys! Besides, Eda says the only person he’s interested in dating is his “number one”, so it’s not love, right? When you’re 18, you should have more on your mind than love, right?

Mitsuki Hikawa and Kouhei Tajima go to university together. Kouhei thinks that Mitsuki just keeps getting prettier and prettier, even though he’s a guy! But Kaname Kitano, an older student, also thinks this and isn’t afraid to say it out loud. That’s got Kouhei worried. Because he can’t stop wondering… why are Mitsuki and Kitano hanging around each other all the time?

Yuusuke Wakita and Kaname Kitano are university students and are dating. Their end of uni days are fast approaching, however, and the future is worrying Wakita. Why isn’t Kitano discussing life after university with him? And why is Kitano hanging around Mitsuki these days? Is Kitano planning on breaking up when they graduate?

The last story is probably my favourite. Kyouji Tsuji hires Tengai to find his ex-lover. But Tengai is worried about what he finds. How will Kyouji take it?

These stories are full of KUJYOU-sensei’s usual treatment of love with gentle warmth and humor. They are about high school love as well as love at university and beyond, and they each address the timeless questions: What do you do when you can’t confess to the person you like, because he keeps insisting that you’re friends? What do you do when your best friend suddenly starts hanging out with an attractive, older (and experienced!) guy? What happens when one stage of your life ends and another begins – what do you let go of and what do you hold on to?

I’m giving this one a 4 out of 5 star rating for several reasons. It’s still interesting, even after several re-reads. The stories made me curious to know more about the characters. All of this made me want to read more of this mangaka’s works.

Disclosure: I’d like to thank DMG for the loan of a digital reviewer copy.

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