Called it! I don’t want to ruin this volume, but I called what was happening with Misao. Actually, I had a suspicion things would lead to this when they first learned that Misao might die from their relationship. This volume contains the big revelation of why Misao seems to be changing. I think it was pretty obvious. It does give her a chance to think about her relationship with Kyo and decide what she really wants. She pretty much decides that she just wants to be with Kyo. She has no interest in going to college. She just wants to make him happy. It was something she decided before she learned the truth about herself too, so it’s not like she allowed that to change everything. I expected Kyo to get all alpha-male protective, but he is always clear that he wants her to follow her dreams. He wants her to make her own decisions about her life. I feel like that is a little at odds with Kyo’s personality before now. I’m not sure if it’s something he’s developed since they’ve been together or if it’s a part of him I never saw. Either way, I like it. He makes up for his lack of possessive behavior later when Misao’s life is threatened. I’m thinking Sakurakoji can squeeze a couple more volumes out of this series. Maybe three. I’ve enjoyed it, but I’m read to move on to something totally different. I already have volume 16. Hopefully, the next one will be available soon.