While heading for the stairs, she sees Keita heading up. Himari tenses up. Keita says that it seems that they are chatting quite happily. He asks if she’s mocking him that after winning the lovers competition, Ryou would specially bring her home and she even invited him to her room. Himari tries to explain that it isn’t like that. She is startled when he exclaims then what about it, when he obviously asked her not to leave him. Surprised Himari slightly backs away that she trips and sits down on the stairs. Cornering her, Keita asks what the two of them [her and Ryou] are doing. He says that they are alone in the room right. Flustered Himari tells him not to say strange things for they didn’t do anything. Keita exclaims if she understands his feelings or not. Then, he kisses her. She thinks that at this place and time, she doesn’t want this. She calls out his name. He tells her that she’s too noisy, be quiet because if she’s loud, they’ll be found out. He is surprised to see Himari crying. This stuns Keita that he stands up from her. Then, he says that perhaps it is better for him to leave this house. It is Himari’s turn to be stunned. As she looks at him, Keita tells her that he has no way of becoming the younger brother that she wants and he never thought of doing it. “Besides, it is also impossible for me to ignore this current feelings... so, I want to leave this house.” Keita continues to walk upstairs and his words are sinking into Himari’s brain. Then, she asks if he is truly leaving this house. He looks at her, closes his eyes and walks away, leaving Himari by the stairs looking flustered.
Comment: Ya, he is indeed moving out. Since I don’t think he had enough money yet, so unless he manages to get his current parents to pay for his apartment, he might have to stay with his mother. In a way, that is an inevitable decision since he doesn’t want nor have the intention of playing siblings with her and he doesn’t want to see/hear her doing whatever lovey-dovey with Ryou even if he is obviously letting his imagination go wild. Apparently, his emotions also cloud his reasoning because from that chatting, isn’t it obvious that it is Keiko who is happily chatting and not Himari. ^^; It does seem quite awkward for Ryou on how Keiko has been interviewing him and everything as if he is the boyfriend. And, neither he nor Himari, want to burst Keiko’s bubble by telling her that it isn’t what she believes it to be. ^^;; I guess this is one frustrating love triangle since everyone are getting hurt because of the situation even if all the ones involved know who she really loves. Anyway, maybe with Keita leaving, things come to a shove and someone start telling everything to their parents. Or, at least, make Keita take in his mother’s surname so that they won’t be siblings by law = problem solved. Scans by all★wink汉化组
Quote of the day:
Jealousy is all the fun you think they had. ~ Erica Jong
PS. There is another incest series called True Love by Sugiyama Miwako. Based on the Chinese site, they are rated about the same. In TL, the couple seems to be really blood related unless later on revealed that they aren’t. Also, they are a ‘we love each other who cares what others think and who cares who gets hurt including parents’. Currently, TL is somewhat more interesting plotwise than KK. Currently, TL’s problem is external whereas KK is more on themselves. I don’t really mind which of this series I would summarize but I cannot do both. So, I’ll put up a poll for the readers of KK if they would prefer TL to KK. Just an option if you’re getting bored with KK. ^^ Voting closed: KK wins.