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Grade 9 Up–Satoru, often mistaken for a girl, has a strong crush on his long-time best friend, Shirou. He has confessed his love every year, and each time he is rejected. Unable to understand why, he decides to give up his quest, assuming that Shirou has fallen for the beautiful Seiichi. Seiichi, on the other hand, has fallen for Satoru. This all-male love triangle finally untangles when, after a three-year time lag, a long-lost letter arrives in Satorus mailbox, providing the catalyst that allows the boys to confront one another with their true feelings. This is a sweet and angst-filled example of the boys love genre. Filled with innuendo and a few PG-rated love scenes, the will they or wont they intrigue will surely charm readers. The fluid art style with its pretty male characters works exceptionally well. This one-volume edition is perfect for any library looking to add boys love manga to their collection without a huge commitment to additional volumes.–Jennifer Feigelman, Goshen Public Library and Historical Society, NY
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One of my all time favorite yaoi.... I have read over 50 so ya'll should really like itPublished 13 months ago by Jinx
This story is best for people new to the genre, or likes soft, innocent stories. The boys only kiss once and once is all we need. Anything more wouldn't fit. Read morePublished 13 months ago by mazaki-sensei
One word, AMAZING
I could not stop reading, so I finished the book in less than an hour
love Odagiri works :)))
Shinobu Gotoh, the author of the "Passion" series has done it again. "Time Lag" was wonderful, I normally HATE shonen-Ai Titles, but since Shinobu Gotoh is one of... Read morePublished on February 13, 2013 by kate bean