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種部の刃から陽菜を庇い、意識不明となった夏生。事件をきっかけに、夏生の周囲にも大きな変化が生まれ始めていた。覚悟を固める陽菜、選択を迫られる瑠衣。そして、想いを自覚する雅。落ち着いたはずの恋模様、四角関係で再始動!


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種部の刃から陽菜を庇い、意識不明となった夏生。事件をきっかけに、夏生の周囲にも大きな変化が生まれ始めていた。覚悟を固める陽菜、選択を迫られる瑠衣。そして、想いを自覚する雅。落ち着いたはずの恋模様、四角関係で再始動!

30 review for ドメスティックな彼女 20 [Domestic na Kanojo 20]

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jon Ureña

    I heard online that a significant number of people quit this series at some specific point, and I wonder if this was it. The story seems to shift genres for a plot line that ends up having catastrophic consequences for the main characters, particularly the protagonist. It's somewhat incongruous with what had come before. Hina, the now 26 year old former teacher, and former girlfriend of the protagonist, managed to find a decent job as a receptionist at a hotel, but remained generally miserable be I heard online that a significant number of people quit this series at some specific point, and I wonder if this was it. The story seems to shift genres for a plot line that ends up having catastrophic consequences for the main characters, particularly the protagonist. It's somewhat incongruous with what had come before. Hina, the now 26 year old former teacher, and former girlfriend of the protagonist, managed to find a decent job as a receptionist at a hotel, but remained generally miserable because she couldn't see herself loving anybody but Natsuo, the protagonist, who was dating his sister. (view spoiler)[Her mother took the opportunity to suggest an arranged marriage: the son of a client of hers was a handsome guy with a high paying job. Hina, hoping to get over her heartbreak, began dating this guy, who kept spending money on her and showering her with expensive gifts (hide spoiler)] . Until now, every character in the story was essentially decent. Even the guy who attempted to rape Rui, the protagonist's current girlfriend, and another character who falsely claimed to have been raped to fire a teacher, were shown as troubled and misguided. However, (view spoiler)[this guy trying to marry Hina is a nasty case, a chilling example of malignant narcissism. You get hints of how controlling and overbearing he is as he plans Hina's entire future while putting her down: she can't afford rejecting him, as she's nearing thirty and likely won't get a better opportunity. She should also learn how to cook properly, as she will be expected to quit her job and become a housewife. She's somewhat creeped out by him, but she ultimately rejects him because she can't imagine herself spending the rest of her life with anyone but the protagonist. This guy doesn't take rejection well. He starts sending gifts to her parents' house, where she lives. He follows her around and demands her to stop playing hard to get. She stalks her at the hotel she works at. Although Hina hasn't learned to stop bottling up her worries and rely on people around her, her coworkers realize what's going on, and security warns the guy. This angers him. He hires a bunch of goons to call the hotel incessantly demanding she gets fired, and a private detective to learn everything about her and her family. When she takes a trip with her sister Rui, the stalker sends Hina a message making sure she knows she's constantly being watched. Advised by her coworkers, she calls the police on the guy. However, they merely warn him according to an anti-stalking law, and presumably put him on some database. The guy realizes that just that could ruin his career, and it pushes him over the edge (hide spoiler)] . In another example of how carefully the author manages her characters, the fatal flaws of both Hina and the protagonist take pivotal roles during the following developments. (view spoiler)[When Hina catches the guy stalking her on the streets, she calls the protagonist in order to ask for help, yet still her tendency to hide her worries prevents her from properly explaining the situation. The protagonist, knowing her, yells until she wakes up and lets him know what's up. However, being aware of the situation doesn't prevent what's going to happen (hide spoiler)] . (Huge spoilers) (view spoiler)[Some other day, the stalker waits for Hina as she leaves her job. The crazed look on his eyes scares her, and while she flees she calls the protagonist for help. It's a testament to how much the author makes you care for her characters that when a panel showed that the stalker was holding a knife, I felt the heat leaving my body. Right then, Natsuo's fatal flaw, his need to save people from suffering, leads him to jump in between her stepsister, and ex, Hina and the stalker's knife. It goes deep into his abdomen. The stalker flees as the protagonist passes out. Hina cries in terror while unsuccessfully trying to staunch the bleeding (hide spoiler)] . (view spoiler)[He ends up in a coma. His family, including the protagonist's stepsister/girlfriend Rui, gathers around him. It doesn't look good. Also, Rui's behavior gives a hint of the road the author might intend to follow for the remainder of the story. Until this catastrophic event happened, I had the impression that the series was building up to its natural climax as a romantic comedy. Rui had shown herself to be a moody girlfriend; she would go about her routine seemingly content, only to corner the protagonist and demand to know if she was truly making him happy, if he wanted to be with her for the rest of her life. She carries the guilt of feeling that she stole the protagonist from her beloved sister, and that maybe she had interfered in a relationship that could have made her man much happier. However, given my general inability to identify with most people, I love the character of Rui mainly because she reminds me of my own temperament and issues (which is ironic, because I hate myself): she's quiet but blunt and no-nonsense when she chooses to communicate, has issues connecting with people, is often unreadable even to herself, and is more than a bit nutty. Additionally, such a disaster revealed a much deeper issue with her. Despite being the protagonist's girlfriend, among the closest people in his life she visits him the least. She keeps busy with work. When the protagonist, sensing that maybe she's conflicted because he stepped in to save his ex, and that could mean that he loves Hina more than his girlfriend, he attempts to put her mind at rest, but Rui cuts him off. Maybe she simply isn't able to care enough about people, despite her best intentions (hide spoiler)] . On the other side, Hina, (view spoiler)[who had been wishing to free herself of this impossible love bit by bit, is consumed by a new drive after his ex saved her life. She decides she will devote her life to making him happy, even if she can't be by her side as her lover. Her happiness will come second, if ever. Her loving devotion comes as a stark contrast with Rui's behavior, who is now even getting motorcycle rides from a coworker of hers, a somewhat rude and serious guy that superficially resembles Rui. The girl's father makes her an offer that maybe will determine the ending of this story: she has the opportunity to go to New York and study under some important chef for a whole year. Despite her reservations, she accepts the opportunity. There she will work side by side with that coworker. Back in Japan, the protagonist will work on his upcoming book while his devoted stepsister/ex girlfriend will do anything she can to make him happy. Hina remains a complete mess: she awkwardly insists on helping the protagonist pee in a bed pan when a nurse should do it; when she notices that the protagonist has an erection during presumably an erotic dream, she struggles to contain herself from grabbing it; when some of Natsuo's friends come visit, Hina hides under the bed for several minutes. However, at this point you can't doubt about Hina's intentions, but Rui is dangerously unreliable and too often disappears into her work (hide spoiler)] . The main characters have moved on from their previous settings; they graduated, leaving behind some of who had been among the most prominent characters for plenty of volumes. However, the author put a lot of effort into tying off the relationship arc for a pair that had gotten stranded when that period in the lives of the characters ended. Along with that, one of the members of the drama club that the protagonist belongs to is also attempting to steal the protagonist for herself; although this subplot is on its own funny, interesting and somewhat erotic ((view spoiler)[the girl is a bit of a prude, and asks for advice the local mega slut, who proceeds to lock herself along with the prude in a bathroom stall, grab the poor girl's crotch and rub her clit to make a point (hide spoiler)] ), it feels like a major digression this late in the story. Also, it is unnecessary. What a fucked up ending it would be if the protagonist ditched both his girlfriend and his ex to go for this clubmate that he hasn't shown a romantic interest in. Only 16 more chapters left.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Laura ☾

    I don't think I like where this is going. Hina always by Natsuo's side. Her saying she will always try to make him happy. Like, mooooove on Hina, this is getting ridiculous yet again. Rui surely leaving for that cooking job in NY with that other chef guy... And that drama club girl who's interested in Natsuo. I am already calling it : Rui and Natsuo will break up. And this just feels so stupid. I feel like the author is kinda sidelining their romance for a couple of chapters now. The way Rui has I don't think I like where this is going. Hina always by Natsuo's side. Her saying she will always try to make him happy. Like, mooooove on Hina, this is getting ridiculous yet again. Rui surely leaving for that cooking job in NY with that other chef guy... And that drama club girl who's interested in Natsuo. I am already calling it : Rui and Natsuo will break up. And this just feels so stupid. I feel like the author is kinda sidelining their romance for a couple of chapters now. The way Rui has acted when Natsuo was in the hospital feels very OOC to me. It almost felt like she didn't care. Which is NOT how Rui would act. Meh, adding drama just to add drama is not my thing. I think I'll be taking a pause with these right now.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Selina ♡

    ˖ * 。 ✩ — 11/65

  4. 4 out of 5

    Syl Sora

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. ¡Espero qué Rui vaya al extranjero! Sinceramente, no le veo futuro a su relación con Natsuo.

  5. 5 out of 5

    ReadingFrog

    2.5 stars.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Eke

    poor natsuo 😭 the ending though wow 😳

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kestrel

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jennie Vance

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mai

  10. 4 out of 5

    Whitney

  11. 4 out of 5

    frank hardy

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lukas De Aguiar

  13. 5 out of 5

    Andrés Caicedo

  14. 5 out of 5

    Denis Valentin

  15. 5 out of 5

    Eslam Ahmed

  16. 4 out of 5

    Eduardo

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kristy Kountz

  18. 4 out of 5

    Leandro

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tanu

  20. 5 out of 5

    Rezolut1on

  21. 4 out of 5

    Tim

  22. 5 out of 5

    Krisztina Pap

  23. 5 out of 5

    Harditya Sarvaiya

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dhanush

  25. 5 out of 5

    Victor

  26. 5 out of 5

    James Ozil

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lucas.G.Chueri

  28. 4 out of 5

    Damian Metzger

  29. 4 out of 5

    Michael

  30. 5 out of 5

    Meriste

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