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Yes, No, or Maybe? Novel

4 star rating out of 5
4 Reviews
SKU: 9781645058663

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About Yes, No, or Maybe? Novel

Yes, No, or Maybe? Novel features story by Michi ichiho and art by Lala Takemiya.

Kunieda Kei is the up-and-coming Prince Charming of the evening news. Inside, he’s the opposite: brash, hot-tempered, and prickly as can be. For years, Kei has successfully juggled his private and professional personas—until a chance meeting with a stop motion animator threatens to bring it all crashing down. But is that really as frightening as the possibility that someone might love and accept both sides of who he is?


  • Publisher: SEVEN SEAS
  • Media: Novels
  • Genre: Romance
  • Themes: Slice of Life, Yaoi
  • Age Rating: 16+
  • Release Date: 11/3/2020
  • Page Count: 180
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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Ratings & Reviews

4 reviews

5 star rating out of 5



Kei a very egotistic individual that made me laugh from what he was thinking every time he came in contact with another individual that showed too much flaws. I must say he can be realistic in sense that there will always be two sides of an individual which there is nothing wrong with and in this case finding someone who excepts both side, is someone you never want to let go of. Overall, Kei can come off as annoying at times, but I don't blame him. Tsuzuki the second lead was a cool character that didn't change Kei which I thought was weird possibly because I am so use to the norm that when were introduced to the second lead they influence the first lead to change drastically. Thats why it was a bit refreshing to the approach the author took and basically Tsuzuki accepting Kei and letting him be himself they way he wants to. And personally it was cute, funny, and had me screaming at some points which is a good thing.

4 star rating out of 5

Surprisingly Satisfying


This was the first time I've read a light novel and at first, I was a bit disappointed. I couldn't take the romantic scenes seriously because it was a lot of "ahh ahh ahh" with little description. I would have been fine with light fluff or nothing at all. Overall, the badly executed fanfic porn was made up by the entertaining story of Kei and his duel lifestyle. It's relatable to the average slobby person who just likes to go home after work, get into their track suit, and eat noodle bowls without social interaction. It's a great read and killed my entire afternoon, I couldn't put it down. :) Recommended.

4 star rating out of 5

Not bad at all

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Honestly the book really isn't that bad at all, it kept me interested enough to keep reading. I've never read a yaoi LN so I wasn't sure what to expect, and yep, it's just like a straight up yaoi manga in written form. It was good enough to for me to reccomend it, but I guess I was expecting a little more so that's why I gave it 4 stars

3 star rating out of 5

If "50 Shades of Gray" was a Yaoi.

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First off, the age rating is 16+, but the sex scenes (though few) are descriptive, so maybe the rating should have been more like 18+, but that's just splitting hairs I guess. Also I don't know if this is just a translation issue, but the novel reads like a yaoi version of "50 Shades of Gray", with fairly cringy analogies and metaphors that really made me wonder if that was why the age rating was "older teen" and not "adult". Aside from that, the love between Kei and Ushio is ultimately the only thing saving this review from being lower than it already is. Kei is a tsundere n Ushio tends to be a bit forceful but he does care deeply about Kei and never tried to hurt him purposefully so at least there's that. Oh, and also the anime movie adaptation, now THAT was cute. I'll be buying that the moment Rightstuf has it on their site.