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Student council president Nanami Touko is in love with her friend, Koito Yuu! Even though Yuu doesn’t love her back, she stuck by her side and joined the student council, too. She’s accepted Touko’s feelings–but what about her own? Yuu still doesn’t have anyone she likes…but now, a new thought is growing her her heart: “I want to fall in love with Nanami-senpai!”
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Nakatani Nio is a Japanese manga creator best known for Bloom Into You.
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Bloom into You Vol. 2 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This second volume pays off in ways that I was almost afraid to hope for. The first was a slow-burn yuri romance with really cute art and adorable characters, but because of the pacing, it was hard to tell if Yuu was really a romantic asexual, or if, as seemed far more likely, she was simply slow to awaken to truly loving her friend. But now that this volume has come out, even though the word isn't used, it's clear that she doesn't feel the sexual attraction that society has led her to expect even as her love for and relationship with Touko grow deeper. The author still could pull the rug out on this, but this volume also introduces a boy who, after only the faintest of faking towards a love triangle, is interested in hearing about and encouraging romance for other people, without having one for himself, which makes me far more confident that it is all intentional. (Now, there's a childhood friend who might provide a triangle from another direction, but... :) This is a very compassionate and accepting story as well; Yuu feels conflicted about her feelings, and wishes she could 'fall in love' with Touko to return her affection, but Touko never pressures her about it, or makes any sign that there's anything wrong with the way her girlfriend feels. She does ask for, and receives kisses in a _very_ cute scene, though. The whole book is really very cute, actually. We get to learn more about the other characters too, and their friendships, and I love seeing all of them happy together. It's very heartwarming if you like slow romance, and a must-read if you're at all interested in ace romance.
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