Even though she and the protagonist Yuu are married, their relationship is still like that of an older sister and a child. There’s plenty of teasing and doting, and of course plenty of ecchi from a rather forward girl.
A younger student told you she liked you, but you held off reacting until the results for your university entrance exams are back. If you pass, it's all smooth sailing and you can tell her your feelings with the confidence of success.
Her affection not yet returned, she works doubly hard to turn your head by becoming an idol. But in that time, other men slipped between her pure legs and turned her into a salivating bitch whore!
'I could still live in peace... if I never learned the truth...'
This tale is set in the haunted Ayakoji Mansion, nestled away deep in a dense, dark forest. Professor Yamanobe, a close friend of the mansion's owner, arrives at the mansion with a small group of his students to explore and learn the truth behind its many rumors and mysteries. However, they too are engulfed by the innumerable horrors lurking within before long...
It is then that Homura, Professor Yamanobe's son, arrives with a small group of his friends in search of his father. Will they be able to find his father and escape alive? Or will they suffer an unthinkable, sinister fate...?
Marcel is the illegitimate son of the famous actor Georges de Saint-Rémy, a celebrated virtuoso on the stage, and a notorious rake with a penchant for sleeping with other men's wives. Owing to his father's seedy reputation and his own meek, socially awkward mannerisms, Marcel is bullied relentlessly by the other boys at his Parisian school, who seem determined to make his life miserable.
At the beginning of autumn in 1896, Marcel's brigand of a father becomes embroiled in a particularly salacious scandal, which is widely circulated in tabloids across Paris and beyond.
Fearful for her son's welfare, and desperate for him to have a respite from their family's continued drama, Marcel's long-suffering mother pulls Marcel from his school, and instead chooses to send him to her older sister's school in Myennes, deep in the French countryside. There is a catch in this seemingly innocuous plan, however. Marcel's formidable aunt, Albertine, owns an all-girls' establishment, which has never before admitted any male students. To attend his aunt's school, Marcel is bidden to dress and act like a girl – which he does, albeit, begrudgingly.
Marcel never much fit in with his male classmates at his Parisian school, but he's similarly fearful that his female classmates in Myenes will also shun him. Uneasy and afraid, Marcel expects only the worst when he arrives at his aunt's school...
Which is why he finds it so very surprising when, rather than being treated with scorn, his new classmates instead seem rather fond of him.
During his stay in the countryside, Marcel meets four girls who express an interest in him: the quiet, inscrutable Luce; the fiery troublemaker, Claudine; the elegant pianist, Celine; and the class dunce, Mirabel.
As the autumn months pass, Marcel grows closer to these four girls – but which one will he develop the strongest bond with? That is up for the reader to decide.
Coming back home after week-long business trip (convention), Sam can't help but sense that something isn't quite right the moment he set foot inside his house. Is it the fact that his newlywed wife was sleeping in the afternoon rather than waiting impatiently for his return? Or is it because she was rather evasive the moment he questioned her about it? Or maybe it is simply his weary mind playing tricks on him?
The latter seems like the most compelling answer, or so he thought, but as he finds himself gazing at a selfie his wife sent him during his business trip--a selfie in her lingerie-- he notices something he didn't catch when he first received it; the presence of three inconspicuous fingertips peeking at the edge of the frame.