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So Cute It Hurts!!, Vol. 12 Paperback – April 4, 2017
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Go Ikeyamada is a Gemini from Miyagi Prefecture whose hobbies include taking naps and watching movies. Her debut manga Get Love!! appeared in Shojo Comic in 2002 and her current work So Cute It Hurts!! is published by VIZ Media.
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(May contain spoilers.)
Both couples seem to be getting further in their relationships.
Mitsuru and Azusa are trying to prove their relationship and stop Azusa's father from forcing her into an unhappy marriage. Azusa gets angry, and Mitsuru makes a bet that he can prove he's smarter than her suitor. I do commend how hard Mitsuru is working to prove himself, but at the same time, I want to see Azusa fight and take charge. Given her personality, I think that's more fitting. It does mean a lot to her to see how hard Mitsuru is trying, though.
At the same time, Megumu and Aoi are working through their long-distance. I do think it's weird how much time we skip, and how they don't even seem to notice that months go by. That's weird—but it does make sense, after Aoi proves there's no other girl for him. It is a bit too cheesy, and too fast, though. A lot of the point-proving and time skipping seems to also skip development, or at least seem rushed. Like how quickly Aoi wins over Megumu's father. Also—the way Megumu and Aoi confess their intentions on the phone at the end? So weird. Who does that? Seriously, why?
There's a lot of hinting at darkness coming, and I'm a little interested to see what it is. Megumu and Mitsuru freak out over a shared dream, though I think it has to do with Aoi's mother? We'll see, I suppose.
Oh, and it does get a bit more steamy in this volume. It doesn't actually show anything, but both couples get more intimate, particularly Megumu and Aoi.
A review copy was provided by the publisher, VIZ Media, for an honest review. Thank you so, so much!
[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]