Four friends share the springtime of their youth together.
Akari begins to see Kazuomi in a different light. But Kazuomi seems completely uninterested in love, and he’s very different from Akari’s usual type. Rio learns that Akari is attracted to Kazuomi, and Rio’s state of mind makes Yuna’s heart ache.
With Akari aware of her feelings for Kazuomi, she is looking for signs that he may like her back, but with Kazuomi being an oblivious friendly sort of person, she isn’t sure what he feels. She asks for Yuna’s help, to tell her what kind of girl he likes, but Yuna herself isn’t that close to Kazuomi to know. Meanwhile, she is also feeling for Rio, who, too has become aware of Akari’s feelings, and finds it more serious than her feelings towards her exes when she was dating them. Akari tries to go on a group date to figure out her feelings and Yuna joins her, too, to make new friends (which she does!) Rio’s complicated feelings about the situation make his friendship with Kazuomi a bit complicated as well, but it doesn’t get too angsty. What did make the situation angsty is Rio’s actions towards the end, which only made me go ‘WTF Rio?’ I may or may not be screaming over this new complication here, and the next volume can’t get in my hands soon enough!
Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review from Viz Media LLC, via Edelweiss.
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Releases on July 7, 2020