Daydrop’s first project is Yes, No, or Maybe Half? by Ichiho Michi!
I hope you can give this book a chance! Kei, the MC, is an extremely difficult person. He’s foul mouthed, he has a terrible personality, and you could even say he’s two-faced. He can be a lot to take in, especially at the beginning of the book. But he’s a fascinating character, and I’ve grown to love him a lot! He’s not perfect. He has his struggles like the rest of us, and he deserves love too!
What I admire about him, though, is his resilience. The pressure that he faced near the climax of the first story was nearly soul crushing. My heart really went out for him. Please stick with the book to see how he pulls through! And how he finds love!
There are some content notes for Volume 1 of the series. Please check out the Table of Contents for the content notes to see if this book is for you. One of the scenes does contain a common trapping found in Japanese BL, so you may need to re-adjust your expectations or skip all together. I’ve decided to take the disappointments with the good, and there is so much good in this series!
Click to read Volume 1 Chapter 1.
And the bittersweet traces of lemon candy drops.
4 thoughts on “Yes, No, or Maybe Half? – Vol. 1 Ch. 1 Update”
Thank you for the chapter! Your site is really great! May I ask how you made it (if you created it from scratch, or used some web hosting platform)?
Thank you! I used WordPress to make the site using the Twenty Sixteen template with a couple of plugins to add a couple of useful functions.
Hi. I want to ask for your permission to retranslate this novel to my language, Burmese on Wattpad.
I’m sure I will give a credit to you. Thank you. Waiting for your reply.♥♥
I have to respectfully decline your request. This novel is licensed in English, and I do not distribute copies of my fan translation to anyone, not even for retranslation. Other sites have taken my translation without permission, which I do not approve of, and they do not even retain the proper formatting, which makes it confusing to read. I appreciate your courtesy in asking, and I hope you can respect my wishes.