I'm not intrigued but I'm confused. It's the point that she likes crushing after her friend more than she'd like dating her?
It's fear of change.
This author depicts extraordinarily well the delicate feelings, the small worries, the attention to teeny-weeny details, all those things that make the fragile side of a young girl's heart.
Ami enjoys immensely what she has with Yuu right now. She realizes that the next step is telling Yuu she loves her. She knows she should bravely confess; she understand the notion, but... she can't but worry: what if by doing so she somehow disturbs the balance between them and ruins their relationship?
I really admire the skill of this author in making a realistic portrait of the vulnerability and emotional insecurities that so often beset young women.
Couldn't have said it better myself. It reminds me a lot of how I was back in high school; full of insecurities and fears that kept me from taking action in any direction. though my fears were more in the "she's probably straight and I shouldn't fall in love with her in the first place" department.
Big sis gives major "I need an adult?" "I am an adult." vibe and I find it very amusing. Also weirdly hot. Also did she just throw in "it's no wonder Yuu [would] like you" and it went completely under the radar?
The way I'm reading the whole "good girl" thing is that it probably feels like she's being reduced to only being that, like nothing else about her stands out, which should be objectively incorrect in-universe but still something that happens and would explain her apparent lack of confidence. Looking forward to seeing things develop further.
This is legit one of the series that I'm simultaneously most looking forward to seeing updated while only remembering of its existence when it does, paradoxically enough. Something about the character designs just oozes passion, affection, and warmth in a way that really hits different.