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At first glance, he’s just the disturbed boy, and she’s just the popular girl. But people are more than the sum of their parts, as both Kyotaro and Anna are about to discover.
Despite his misgivings, Kyotaro keeps helping Anna the more they interact. He may be a better person than he believes.
Anna and her friends keep their guard up around the boys; it’s obvious what they want. But Kyotaro’s different. Each brief interaction brings him and Anna closer together.
Like many people his own age, Kyotaro has a tendency to overthink everything. Anna, however? She has her own way of approaching life.
It’s not like Kyotaro wants to join Anna’s group or anything. But when a certain other classmate tries to join the group, Kyotaro just gets swept up in events. That’s all!
As Kyotaro wrestles with his feelings, he notices Anna’s been acting differently. Could it be that she—? No, he shouldn’t read too much into it. She’s just being nice. Right?
Kyotaro can no longer deny he likes Anna. He tells himself it’s not like he wants to be her boyfriend, but there’s a detail he hasn’t considered: maybe Anna wants him to be.
Parent-teacher day mortifies Kyotaro. Not only is his mother at school, but she’s bonding with Anna! Things couldn’t get any worse.
Despite all the hints Anna throws at him, and others beginning to notice, Kyotaro refuses to believe that she could actually like him. He is his own worst enemy.
It’s Japan’s most romantic time of the year and Kyotaro and Anna are not-on-a-date. Kyotaro is keeping a running tally of all his screw ups, but Anna is enjoying herself.
Distance separates Kyotaro and Anna, but their thoughts are of each other. However, their budding relationship faces a threat: Haruya still has his eyes set on Anna.
Kyotaro didn’t think his cunning plan for New Year’s all the way through. Anna showed up early and now his sister is trying to be his wingwoman.
How do two people grow closer? There is a time and place for grand gestures, but it’s the small everyday moments that actually matter.