The Lion’s Play Bite by Yu Natsunagi

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Both Reon and Taiga are too stubborn to admit or ask how the other feels, but when left alone in a classroom to study for finals, Reon’s bold actions help Taiga find a way to motivate Reon with his studies.

Creator

Yu Natsunagi

Japanese Title
Japanese Title (Romaji)
Japanese PublisherSelf Published
English PublisherRotten Blossoms

Where to Buy/Read

Rotten Blossoms

1 review for The Lion’s Play Bite by Yu Natsunagi

  1. Phya

    The dynamic between Reon and Taiga feels incredibly natural with them both teasing and taking jabs at each other like real best friends would. It was so subtle and not in your face that it wasn’t till a second reading I truely appreciated this. Along with the pacing, it makes those first steps into becoming something more feel almost real.

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