[REVIEW] Our Two Bedroom Story: Akiyoshi Zaizen season 2 Don’t tell him I’m Popular!

OTBS Akiyoshi Zaizen S2 don't tell him!

After moving into one of the company’s newly built employee condos, the MC finds herself working on a gossip article with Minato. Keeping her relationship with Akiyoshi a secret while living with a team leads to the couple spending less together, and the MC can’t help but be worried when he starts to look tired at both work and home. However, she faces her own troubles when Minato finds out that she’s in a relationship and confesses his own feelings for her, saying he could make her happier! Continue reading

[REVIEW] Our Two Bedroom Story: Akiyoshi Zaizen season 2 The Proposal

OTBS Akiyoshi Zaizen S2 the proposal

After moving into their new place while the house goes under repairs, Akiyoshi and the MC are woken up the next day by a phone call from his father asking him to go to a marriage interview. He turns it down, but soon afterwards the CEO of a company that Seasonelle is looking to partner up with wants to set him up with his daughter, who’s heads over heels in love with him. He turns it down as well, but then things start to go awry in their business negotiations. Continue reading

[REVIEW] Our Two Bedroom Story: Akiyoshi Zaizen season 1 Sequel

OTBS Akiyoshi Zaizen S1 sequel

It’s been two months since Akiyoshi and the MC have started dating, and things are going well for both of them at work and at home. However, a careless mistake by the MC causes trouble for the Seasonelle team, and Akiyoshi gets into trouble with senior management when the team as a whole starts to experience mishaps. Trouble starts brewing when Akiyoshi gets transferred to another department, and Seasonelle’s new chief editor starts changing things in a direction that the team isn’t comfortable with. Continue reading

[REVIEW] Our Two Bedroom Story: Akiyoshi Zaizen season 1 Main Story

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When the MC finds herself living with Akiyoshi, the chief editor of Seasonelle and her new stepbrother, she starts to discover a new side to him apart from “the Growler” persona he has at work. After getting transferred to the Seasonelle team, she learns more about him at both work and home, and they spend even more time together when he insists on helping her out on the article she’s writing proving the innocence of Masaki Oda, a baseball player staged to go to the Olympics. Continue reading