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Kirkaori1347
Really, it's a story for people who enjoy yaoi, it has that engaging and captivating feel of a yaoi story :)) the author used the characteristics of all the characters so professionally that it only needed to be in Japanese to make it seem like the author himself. (I believe that exaggeration! But it's true! ) but the story is a bit convoluted, for those who don't like it much and have less patience, I don't recommend it, (I really hate convoluted, I like engaging action scenes, but I loved the description so {fuck it if}).
"ENSURE" and "INSURE"

"Ensure" means to guarantee or make certain. "Insure" refers to obtaining insurance coverage. Ex.: Please ensure the door is locked. We need to insure our new car.

"LED" and "LEAD"

"Led" is the past tense of the verb "to lead." "Lead" can be a verb meaning to guide or a noun referring to a type of metal. Ex.: She led the team to victory. He will lead the project. The pipes are made of lead.

Recommended by Kirkaori1347

Kirkaori1347
Really, it's a story for people who enjoy yaoi, it has that engaging and captivating feel of a yaoi story :)) the author used the characteristics of all the characters so professionally that it only needed to be in Japanese to make it seem like the author himself. (I believe that exaggeration! But it's true! ) but the story is a bit convoluted, for those who don't like it much and have less patience, I don't recommend it, (I really hate convoluted, I like engaging action scenes, but I loved the description so {fuck it if}).