Yaoi Apperciation: Seven

Seven by Momoko Tenzen

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Status: Completed

Year: 2004

Summary:  Nana (no-name in Japanese) has no memory of his childhood before the age of twelve, when a store owner took him in and cruelly named him. The only clues to Nana’s past life are the burn scars on his legs and his irrational fear of fire.

Enter Mitsuha, a vagabond writer, who crashes Nana’s place at the insistence of a mutual friend. At first, Nana loathes Mitsuha’s very existence – although he can’t sleep along, Nana doesn’t like it when his new roommate climbs into bed with him, either – but eventually, he warms to Mitsuha’s sincerity and kindness and fins happiness waking beside him. Can their budding relationship help Nana come to terms with his unknown past? Are Mitsuha’s feelings real, or is Nana simply a replacement for someone he lost long ago?

I read this a few years ago and I remember why I bought it the story sounded really cute Mitsuha really hates sleeping alone and it was a different twist to a love story at the time and I though Nana’s past would be really sad and I wanted to know how he came to forget everything I was just curious. This manga was a really good read I recommend it for light yaoi this is a good manga to start with when getting introduced into yaoiland. I don’t want to spoil it but the mutual El is the comedic relief. Mitsuha and Nana have so much in common lets just say they are each others missing piece in life.

 

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