Kaya is the true model student: beautiful and rich, but modest, outgoing, but prim and proper. This is a mask, however, as at her heart, she’s a massive pervert. Carrying this mask all the time is causing her stress to build up, but she connects with Takasaki, a part-time teacher at her school and starts a relationship that allows her to release her stress.
Today will be the last day Takasaki is teaching at her school, so he prepares a special parting gift for her...
Mutya is back with another entry in the Development Diary series! To top it off, this first issue comes in 50 pages of full color manga!
The heroine this time is Makoto, a pretty average, if not well-endowed girl. The story starts with her getting confessed to during a sunset. She accepts the confession, but things don’t progress past a kiss that evening. Her newly appointed boyfriend walks her home, where we’re shown her adoptive brother looking at them from his window with an evil grin. If you’ve noticed NTR in the tag list, you know where this is going...
Tsukushi Miokawa has a medical condition that turns him into a girl at times. His best friend, Kaoru, understands his situation and is always very helpful, like all best friends are. But what Tsukushi doesn't know is that, Kaoru loves how he looks when he turns into a girl. One day, the two friends take cover under a shelter to avoid the rain, but Tsukushi is in his girl form, soaked, with a boy's school uniform that isn't doing a good job of covering the curves...
Being a Magical Girl is not easy.
In addition to balancing their academic duties and fighting evil monsters, they must work hard to keep their real identity hidden from the public. After all, that’s common sense for every superhero type.
This explains perfectly why Reika was so willing to give in to blackmail and started paying money to a man who took photos of all the Smiles transforming.
Unfortunately, even a rich girl like Reika eventually runs out of money.
“Luckily” for her, her blackmailer had an alternative way for her to pay him in mind. The only question really is how far would Reika be willing to go to protect her friends’ identities.