Misuzu just started her dream job teaching at a prestigeous high school, and she feels totally motivated. Recently, she began going out with the principal Kazuki, and their relationship couldn't be better. But one day. Kazuki's younger brother Masahiro, who happens to be a student at the same school, forced Misuzu (against her will) to have sex with him. But, somehow, it turns into love?! This is a huge secret that they can't tell anyone: the love affair between a teacher and a student.
The mere four chapters of this manga aren't nearly enough to develop such an outrageous story. It's true that many shoujo mangas (especially mature ones like this) usually have ridiculous plots, but this one presents more serious issues.
First, I should warn you that the "official" plot summary is quite misleading. Yes, it's about a school teacher that has a relationship with a student, but this isn't really the taboo of the story... Actually, it doesn't even matter that she's his teacher, that's hardly a conflict on its own.
The true summary should go like this: Misuzu is an enthusiastic english teacher that's going out with the
young principal of the school, the gentle Kazuki. One day after class she's cornered by a cute and shy boy called Masahiro, who shocks Misuzu (and probably the reader as well) when he attacks her and proceeds to rape her. Indeed, the fact that Masahiro is Kazuki's younger brother is connected with this... So what will Mizusu do now?
I don't know about you, but I can't understand how a love story can be born after such a traumatic event as a rape, much less how can it be justified in only a few chapters. But even if you're okay with that, the story has other problems, starting by the characters. They all seem inconsistent and paradoxical, and their actions have absolutely nothing to do with their personalities.
There are abundant smut scenes and the art style is very cartoonish, as expected from Miki Aihara, but it's clean and well defined. But the story is poorly developed and very implausible, even inside the fantasy world of a shoujo manga.
Um, this series has a sequel, which I only read 1 chapter of it, since only chapter 1 of it has been scanlated. The sequel seems to have more character development.
Ok let's start this short review.
[Notable pickings: Fantasy: 7 l Ecchi: 7 l Character development: 1 l Drama: 7]
The story is dreadful. Starts off with some potential but the potential that could be tapped into was used for cause of smut and ecchi. Storyline wasn't much explained, somehow everything really started when the student rapes the teacher.
Morally speaking, this kind of storyline is really bad for children, may twist their mentalities towards "the
other side". There seems to be some kind of plot, but the events within the plot seem a little too fantasy-like, and totally out of realistic boundaries. And the plot wasn't really interesting, it's just more of an adult/ecchi genre series.
It's the ending that is surprising, which seems to give this series much more potential for a deep plot. Therefore, depending on the author , the sequel could be much more interesting.
Clear, seems like typical shoujo art, with some flowery patterns by the sides of the panels.
Large amounts of potential destroyed. Character development was scarce, and I really hate the 2 male characters in there. Twisted. I think that the female character was very badly developed, as the mangaka seems to glorify the concept of rape, judging from the emotions reflected after the incident.
Not much to say about this series actually... this series is more towards ecchi and shoujo than adult for its genres imo.