Honey Moon

Honey Moon A collection of sweet love stories Honey MoonAs her father married again Mio has a stepbrother Surprisingly he is Junpei whom she has been in one sided love with The situation complicated her feel

  • Title: Honey Moon
  • Author: Shouko Akira
  • ISBN: 9784091353146
  • Page: 315
  • Format: None
  • A collection of sweet love stories 1 Honey MoonAs her father married again, Mio has a stepbrother Surprisingly, he is Junpei whom she has been in one sided love with The situation complicated her feelings, but they began to live together Now Mio and Jumpei have to spend three weeks alone.2 Best Position3 Cool4 Last Scene

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      Published :2019-08-14T16:19:09+00:00

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    153 thoughts on “Honey Moon

    • Well the first story is the usual two-stranger-become-siblings-become-lover kind of thing, it’s a predictable story but I can’t seem to stay away from reading this kind of story anyway. What I hate in this kind of plot is that most of the story has always the older-"sister", why? Can’t the boy be the older one for once? I’m fine with girls being older; in fact I already have stories where the heroine is older but I don’t think it happens a lot in real life (or do it happens often now?) [...]


    • An interesting arrangement with the bittersweet story falling at the end of the volume. An introspective ending - exactly the way I like it. I want to be forced to think about a story even after its done, which is often hard to accomplish in these short vignettes. The first story is typical, the middle ones are forgetful, but the ending improves my opinion of the whole package.


    • I like Akira-sensei's way of playing her story and plot. But at this stage, I kind of know how and where The Sensei would direct her story to. But still I enjoy it, for the story. Not for the female character.



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