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    Tie Me, Unravel Me, Kiss Me O.M.G. This was lovely, with gorgeous art, and such a satisfying plot! This is my first story by this author, but it won't be the last. I can't wait to read more of their work. From the characters to the plot development, the surprises and the flashbacks, I was quickly obsessed. It's such a cute, lovely story with a whole lot of heart, and some yakuza thrown in. I really hope it's available in paperback, because I want it! To begin with, I found the cover a bit ambiguous about which of the two old friends Itabashi would end up with. Adaci is more clean-cut and well put together, taller too, while Shinigawa is shorter, with more messy hair in the illustrations. But the cover is sneaky, in that the MC is sitting down, and has slightly messy hair, so it's hard to tell which one he'll end up with. I loved that, because it meant I got to be surprised later. When Shinigawa first walked in, I thought – Oh, he's cute! That first panel introducing him has that prep-boy cutie air to it, but the more the story went along, the more I didn't really like him as the love interest and I was worried I'd end up not liking how the book ended. Then the Yakuza enter the story, and there's this mysterious character we never get to see for about 4 pages. The suspense was killing me, then Adachi appeared and – I'll admit, his character was so angry in those first 3 pages that I didn't see the hotness that came later. I'm pretty sure that was on purpose, because Adachi was supposed to be the enemy. Then we get to Chapter 2 and – Hello! – Adachi is a smooth sweet-talker and then we get that adorable flashback to school, when Itabashi made pyjamas for him and...my heart melted. I'm not going to go into the full story – or admit who Itabashi ends up with – only that, once the political intrigue began to unfold, I was hooked, and the romance was just...so utterly lovely. The pyjama's were an important and beautiful part of the story, Adachi's growth throughout was so wonderful, Itabashi's strength was admirable and endearing, and Shinigawa learned to stand up for himself, to be a better man. I'm so happy about how it ended. Oh, and big thanks to the author for those extra panels at the end. The ending broke my heart and mended it with a 4-page relief in the epilogue. Then I got the stunningly adorable pyjama extra scene, and 2 After Story pages! I really needed something uplifting and refreshing, this week, and this story was it!
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