In the Clear Moonlit Dusk Vol. 1

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In the Clear Moonlit Dusk Vol. 1

In the Clear Moonlit Dusk Vol. 1

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The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: Yoi is dark haired and naturally a bit withdrawn and reserved, which gives her a cool and somewhat distant vibe. Love Triangle: The classic example of two people in some sort of romantic relationship and a third who pines over one of the two.

To her surprise, she's not sure how to handle this new relationship, especially when her newfound friend is a prince himself (and a guy prince, at that). This is later lampshaded by Yoi's friend in chapter 4 who asks her, "isn't it better for a late-bloomer and beginner in love like you to be wooed strongly by a master of love? The gap between her public image and her much more innocent and chaste personality is part of what attracted the school's playboy, Ichimura, to her.Secret Relationship: As part of the rules for their trial dating, Yoi stipulates that outside of them (and their friends who are there when she is reading out the list of guidelines) no one can know they are dating. Written by Mika Yamamori of Daytime Shooting Star and Tsubaki Chou Lonely Planet fame, the manga was first published in Dessert magazine on July 21, 2020. This is lampshaded in the story because when Yoi is trying to repress and distract herself from her emotions, she goes into excellence overdrive, exuding princely charm. Foil: Yoi is dark-haired, working class, and despite her frustrations with being treated as a prince, she genuinely is good-natured and chaste, with a strong sense of right and wrong, like an actual Prince Charming would be.

But I feel like the author keeps on using “prince” too much, like it’s an actual official title for a person. Bishie Sparkle: Used for comedic effect along with Something about a Rose to play up Yoi's princely behavior and image whenever she is acting particularly chivalrous. This leads to the two taking shelter at what Yoi comes to realize is Ichimura's large house where he lives alone. What follows is a high school romance story following a girl who considered herself too boyish to ever attract romantic attention and doesn't know how to deal and a boy who never really took romance all that seriously learning that he just might want to get serious with her. At first he tries to avoid it and downplay his feelings, but soon even he has to admit that he's behaving differently towards her than anyone else.

Almost Kiss: At the end of their gyoza date, Ichimura admits to Yoi that though he says he's fallen for her, he's not really sure if what he feels is love, so he wants their dating test to be a test for his feelings as well. They think like in those works, even if Yoi doesn't like it right now, she'll come to enjoy and appreciate his aggressiveness like in those works. Prince" meets prince in this offbeat high school romance, where two picture-perfect teens must see past appearances to understand what being in love really means. After apologizing, he grabs Yoi's face, comments on how beautiful she is, and then proceeds to mistake her for a guy.

One of Ichimura's friends asks Yoi's friend Nobara if she's always like this, to which she replies " Well, relatively. While Yoi tries to rebuff his advances at first, she ends up falling for his charms and decides to pursue a relationship with him. I've been looking for more titles since Tsubaki-chou finished and while the opening for this work didn't hit me in the feels as hard as Tsubaki-chou, it was definitely a refreshing, pleasant read. While it suits her extraordinarily well, it likely contributes to the Lady Looks Like a Dude incidents she runs into and further characterizes her as being less traditionally feminine than her peers.The art style is so pretty and for the first time ever I am in love with both the male and female main characters. Caught in the Rain: In chapter 3, just as Yoi is trying to explain to Ichimura that she doesn't actually find his light teasing annoying as much as she does embarassing and disorienting, it begins to immediately downpour. The Ingenue: Despite her princely demeanor and appearance, Yoi's personality is more in line with this trope. More Experienced Chases the Innocent: Because of her Bifauxnen looks and behavior, Yoi has zero experience with men, who often mistake her for a really, pretty boy.

All of our books are 100% brand new, unread and purchased directly from the publishers in bulk allowing us to pass the huge savings on to you! If It's You, It's Okay: Ichimura cannot explain at first what it is that draws him to Yoi other than her stunning good looks and says that he thinks he'd be just as interested and fascinated by her even if she was a guy.Yoi Takiguchi's long legs, deep voice, and handsome face are the perfect recipe for an attractive guy--until people realize she is, in fact, a girl.



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