Koi-iji: Love Glutton ch. 19

Title: Koi-iji: Love Glutton
Original Title: こいいじ (Koiiji)
Author: Shimura Takako
Publisher: Kiss
Genre: Josei
Status in Japan: 6 volumes, ongoing
Scanlator: Megchan's Scanlations feat. Migeru
Scanlation Status: Ongoing
More Info: Baka Updates

Summary: 31-year-old Mame has been in love with her childhood friend Souta ever since she can remember. Despite multiple rejections, her love has stayed constant. It's become a habit more than anything, but is it one she'll ever be able to break and get on with her life?

Chapter Summary: Mame still can't believe this is really happening.

Chapter 19: Holiday

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11 comments ↓

#1 ammy on 07.19.17 at 12:14 pm

Thanks for the new chapter^^

#2 megchan on 07.19.17 at 7:27 pm

You're welcome!

#3 cats on 07.19.17 at 4:55 pm

Thank you very much!

#4 megchan on 07.19.17 at 7:27 pm

You're welcome!

#5 michelle on 07.19.17 at 7:06 pm

"I hate that sort of thing. It's so half-assed." I love that emotionally Mame and Souta are almost the same person, he's just a little more mature than her.

#6 megchan on 07.19.17 at 7:28 pm

They really do have a lot in common!

#7 Jony on 07.19.17 at 7:11 pm

My heart is broken and I can't see through my tears. YOU GO MAME

#8 megchan on 07.19.17 at 7:28 pm

<3

#9 winter on 07.21.17 at 1:37 pm

aaaaaah. i'm starting to like them together noooh. it can't possibly go this smoothly. i feel like i'm being set up for a fall, haha

also yu-chan hurt me a little in this chapter. i feel a little sad that mame's biggest supporter is somebody who wants her to always be in second place, although it's kind of to be expected >~<

in any case, thanks for the new chapter!!

#10 megchan on 07.21.17 at 9:02 pm

Yeah, I know what you mean, but it feels more realistic to have Yu love Mame and want her to marry her dad, but still feel that no one can replace her real mom.

#11 winter on 07.24.17 at 5:46 pm

Oh, yeah, definitely. I think if Yu's support of Mame was portrayed as any less self-centred than it was I'd be kind of ??? – critical of the narrative I guess. I was just surprised the story managed to pull a feeling out of me by telling me what I already knew?? there's something melancholic and pitiful and relatable about the way that Yu and Souta expand out to fill the space left in their family, and the way Mame goes along with it bc she's always loved Souta, and it just really hit me in that moment for some reason how difficult and unfair this is for all of them in different ways? maybe i'm reading too much into it, heh

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