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Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Shingo + Masaki, Gattsuiteke!, It's Unintentional!, Natsu no Ouji-sama, Prince of Summer, Shiitake., The Mushroom Girl
Japanese: S+M


Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 14
Status: Finished
Published: 2000 to 2002
Authors: Sumoto, Amu (Story & Art)
Serialization: Cheese!


Score: 6.291 (scored by 475 users)
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Ranked: #139652
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Popularity: #6098
Members: 1,214
Favorites: 1


Both have to do with twins falling in love with someone and fighting over the person. S+M is 2 guys 1 girl. Haru to Natsu is 2 girls 1 guy. 
reportRecommended by Dunkjoe
It has a S & M relationship, but minus the twin situation. 
reportRecommended by brownie1321
Both by the same author with very odd love triangle story lines, where every single character needs to see some sort of therapist. Also the male love interests for both stories are possessive and rapey. 
reportRecommended by Hyperbolic33
S+M is about a girl having dilemma over choosing one of 2 boys while Yubisaki Milk Tea is vice-versa.

Concept of choosing/dating both also comes up in both series. 
reportRecommended by Dunkjoe
Both girls are in love with twin brothers and cant choose one of them!

Oh well...In 'moe kare' the guys arent twins, they are just brothers.
But they look exactly the same! Plus their characters are exactly like the characters of the twins from 's+m' manga!

reportRecommended by Anastasia
The girl thinks for sure she's in love with the gentle , prince like twin, but the other one keeps hitting on her until she's not sure about her feelings between the two anymore.
Both arts are pretty dated, but S+M is a bit better. 
reportRecommended by ishitagupta
saaaame plot... but S+M is totally kinda odd and confusing, and yeah, lots of its parts don't really make sense... but it's still a decent read! (: 
reportRecommended by jayjayy
The triangle depth for both mangas are intriguing from the start. The perverted girl-friendly comedy is common to both stories as well. Surprisingly the set-up for both stories are realistic. 
reportRecommended by hmfan24
when i read this manga i was thinking if i'm reading S+M all over again ... 
reportRecommended by kaname08