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SynopsisRutsu, a novelist, finds herself caught between her boyfriend and another woman.
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The two mangas have pretty smiler plot lines. They both start off with main characters that have boyfriends but come to accept there homosexuality after meeting woman they fall in love with. the difference come in the certainty in the woman's personality after the decision to finally live out there lives as there true selves.
Personally, i think Indigo Blue is more consistently good, but i very much loved the flawed human aspect that was in love slave. I also *spilor* love the fact that Ureha didn't end up in either relationship and really worked on herself and then found that she could be self sufficient. But she also came to realize that the love she had with her daughter was healthy and could be nurturing to both of them. So they both have there strong points :-)
Both have the same kind of sadness that is so attractive in Josei. I think blue is a bit more painful because of it's innocence, but Indigo Blue is almost like a more mature reading of a woman coming to terms with her self as someone who loves other woman as opposed to girls discovering love in unstable places.
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