I’m reading on mobile so I couldn’t see the page numbers so when they parted ways I really thought it was the end of the story. The introspective-ness of it and all the thought-boxes kept making me go, “oh this is it... wait no... maybe now... nope...”
I appreciate adult romances without teenage insecurity. This was lovely, I really loved some of the softer expressions in this.
(I kept pausing after every few pages because I kept thinking it was gonna end soon and readied myself for an inevitably somber conclusion but then I saw the whooping page count...)
Anyways, this was nice.
Why are one shots generally better than a lot of series? This story hits right into the heart.
Also I can't help but wonder how possible situations like this are irl? I find it pretty bizarre how two strangers would just keep meeting into the station every week for no reason, and then suddenly one tries to kiss the other and catch feelings. But anyway, one shots have to move too fast, so the plot gets shaped accordingly. We never learned their names either lol.
Can anyone explain why are they wearing their engagement ring on their pinky finger and not on their ring finger...
I'm unsure if there's a specific meaning, but I took it as "hey, Japan doesn't do gay marriage, but we want to have a thing between us to prove our love" yet also not spark people to go "hey, are you married/engaged" by it being on the traditional finger.
Oh my glob this was so beautiful, I thought the two wont get together bc of the drama tag and a certain page where they try to forget each other but despite that destiny made a way so they could be together ヽ(；へ；)ノ
I kept reading, and it just kept going. I was so worried that the two of them would really just leave it at that and the girl would go get married. Maybe I've read a little too many bad endings on here.