Synonyms: Eternal July
Published: Apr 9, 2014 to ?
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SynopsisAs the engagement to the company president’s daughter had been settled, days passed in smooth sailing for Tachibana when in front of him, the university senpai who he had lost contact with long ago, Ryuusuke, appeared. To add to that, Ryuusuke said to the bewildered Tachibana that he wants to play “couple” for a just a month…. A bittersweet love story filled to the brim with heartrending emotion!
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I feel that both ukes are the same: both have deep emotional issues that stop them from falling in love and they both hide their true feelings by putting on a false front. Both seme's end up falling for the ukes and get dragged along, not releasing the depths of their problems, until they are pushed to their limits and run away.
To Sow a Seed (Tane wo Maku Hito) is a little more serious and has no love-scenes, where Eternal July is quiet smutty and more easy on the feels.
The art is also similar between the two, where the ukes are gorgeous people who flaunt their looks and both semes are normal white collar workers.
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