This is from the same artist as “A Room Without Shiori”. Another joint release with Team Vanilla.
(ComiComi18) [G-complex (YUI_7)] The orange prince and words of love [English] =TV & Yuri-ism=
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Man, first A room without Shiori and now this, I think I have a new favorite author! 😀
Her (I’m gonna randomly assume Yui_7 is a she o.o) stories feel very real somehow and as much as I love reading fluff usually (yes Morinaga Milk I’m looking at you :D), same-sex relationships don’t always play out like a fairy tale, so reading this kind of story every once in a while is refreshing imo..
Anyways, thanks for translating, I enjoyed this a lot 🙂
I don’t usually like to read high-school Yuri, but I think this one is somewhat cute and special :). Thanks for everything, it’s been a long time to read a fluffy and lovely Yuri doujin XD.
much nsfw. very pages. such thank you. wow ❤
no seriously thanks.
Thought it was going to have a bad end for a minute there luckily it didnt
I’m glad it ended well. Excellent comic.
I was expecting this to have a bad ending like the previous doujin from this author (and ready to turn off the pc -_-), but luckily it din’t, so I now have reconciled with this author. This ending wasn’t that open like the other or confusing, and like a bonus was a happy end, that with the realism the author put in his/her doujins (for the moment) is sooo good ❤
Thanks for translating 😀
My Aoi Hana comment from last time feels even more relevant now – I mean come on, look at that cover!
I liked this one a lot, however I think it lacked a little bit of the restraint A Room Without Shiori demonstrated. I appreciate what the writer was doing with Yuu’s dramatic, tearful break – in conjunction with the afterword they appear to be trying to create a more aggressive romantic agent who is also vulnerable, that is, the prince who tells their princess “I love you.” However that sort of thing feels a touch indulgent and melodramatic to me. This is just a matter of taste but I think it was a bit abrupt in the pacing of the story, like a climax that sort of just jumps out at the reader.
On a side note, I think yuri stories like this are valuable because they demonstrate a wider range of templates or archetypes for lesbian relationships that are tenable and realistic.
Anyways I’d love to see more like this in the future.
thanks for the release.. 🙂
Sooo what about Rumi then? I really liked her character. I’m not sure about the point of the story – trying to put so much weight on simple words. I love you? Ok now what about the actions that define you? Those will always be more important. Saying it is only one small part of the whole thing.