Synonyms: Megane-chan no Akai Ito, Megane-chan no Akaiito, Sono Koe "Suki" to Itte
Published: Jun 20, 2013 to Jul 20, 2013
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SynopsisHigh school student Hotaru has never been in love. To her, it's a mysterious feeling, despite the advice of those around her, and she finds herself wishing she could experience it for herself... That is, until she meets Shinri - handsome, popular, and a shameless flirt - who offers to teach her about love. Could this be her chance to understand the mysterious feeling at last? And what, exactly, are Shinri's intentions?
Included one-shots: Megane-chan no Akai Ito, Sono Koe "Suki" to Itte
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Both start out with the guy teaching the girl about love but later the girl is teaching the guy how to love, the boys both start out as kinda flirtasious, and both female leads are shy and inexperienced, also there's a weird kiss by the guy in the first chapter.
The moment, I read Hatsukoi Wazurai, Watashi ni xx Shinasai popped into my head. Both heroines learn about love. While Yukina learns it for the sake of her stories, Hotaru genuinely wants to learn in order to "change." In both cases, the heroines learn through experience with a popular student. Eventually, the heroes of these tales both fall in love with the heroines.
There's a huge significance to the pacing of the story. Watashi ni xx Shinasai can be dragging with how it's carried out, but each chapter provides at least one deep, meaningful lesson (plus the drawing is amazing!) and I guarantee that it will leave you wanting for more. Whereas Hatsukoi Wazurai is up-beat the moment you read the story. In just the first chapter, you can already see a relationship blooming between the protagonists.
Watashi ni xx Shinasai takes a dark turn after reading the first 10 chapters of the story. It gets pretty intense, once you're engrossed with the story. All the more, it makes the story interesting and unique. It's one of the best mangas to portray the meaning of "love" in multiple aspects.
So if you enjoyed reading Hatsukoi Wazurai, then you will definitely love Watashi ni xx Shinasai.
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