Sojou no Koi wa Nido Haneru by Mizushiro Setona
I can’t find a word that can suit this manga. It is both heartbreaking and heart warming. There’s this certain impact and pressure that keeps you reading for more. The characters are obviously refined and well-done. It’s somehow realistic. Straight men leaning to homosexuality wouldn’t mean that they would only stick to guys per se. The female characters here isn’t the unique type but truly gives you another breathe of fresh air. The protagonists are both childish and mature or maybe somewhere in between. Both are undecided, both are unjust and selfish. But at the end of the day, you will see why the circumstances lead to its proper end. An end were both of them are satisfied.