Rating (Out of 5): ~4
Publisher: VIZ Media
Release Date: February 2020
During the open house, there's some embarrassment and conflicting feelings, but Konatsu and Koyuki put themselves out there and that helps make it a success. Konatsu also meets Koyuki's dad during this, who turns out to be quite a supportive and good father.
After that, it's break time. Despite their difficulties with settling comfortably together, having too many worries about how to act around each other, they end up making plans together. Some of them don't quite go as planned, but they still learn more about each other during it.
Despite how timid and new to this they both are, they keep putting themselves out there and facing the misunderstandings that come along. Konatsu in particular might not be realizing what her feelings mean, but she's still trying to grow closer to Koyuki and spend more time with her.
This is a really sweet, heartwarming yuri series. It feels like first shojo love, only with girls. I'm really enjoying reading it so far.
As a sidenote, why doesn't Viz have a label for their more diverse series yet? They've released quite a few yuri or boys love series, or just ones that have a more diverse cast, and they're only under VIZ. They should add a new label for these, I think. I do think they're probably still just dabbling in it, but I hope when they get enough releases they'll expand it.
A review copy was provided by the publisher, VIZ Media, for an honest review. Thank you so, so much!