Omoisugoshi mo Koi no Uchi
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Omoisugoshi mo Koi no Uchi

Alternative Titles

Japanese: 思い過ごしも恋の内


Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 9
Status: Finished
Published: 2007
Genres: Boys Love Boys Love, Erotica Erotica
Serialization: Hanaoto
Authors: Yamada, Sakurako (Story & Art)

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Score: 6.891 (scored by 785785 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #9472
Members: 1,389
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Synopsis

"I am not gay!" shouts Kishida suddenly to Hino, who just broke up with his boyfriend and who tries to pick up KIshida up at a gay bar. Kishida was just there because he was concerned about his nephew in high school who he thought might be seeing another boy. He wanted to be able to be there for his nephew should he need to ever talk about anything... Hino was more than willing to help the new object of his interest, the serious, innocent Kishida, but...? In addition to this main pairing, we also have Yoshinari x Akio too! A gorgeous sequel just hot off the press!

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Characters

Akira
Main
Minami
Main
Jamie
Main
Saiki
Main
Yoshinari
Main
Kishida
Main
Akio
Main
Hino
Main
Ernest
Supporting

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May 28, 2021
CyberpunkBoyToy (All reviews)
This manga was decent up until the last story, the thesis of which was "being gay and being a pedophile are equally valid and somewhat equivalent."

Now I throw this entire manga in the fire.

Even without that, this isn't the best writing or art from this author. The other stories in the collection are completely average, you can easily find something of similar quality and content in another manga. They aren't incredibly romantic, there's some misrepresentation of kink bordering on Stockholm syndrome, and the individual storylines and characters are pretty forgettable. Nothing in this collection really justifies reading this rather than anything else.

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