I Don't Want to Die in an Otome Game (R-18)


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    Name: I don't Want to Die in an Otome Game
    Otome Gemu de Shinitakunain desu
    乙女ゲームで死にたくないんです
    Author: Hazuki Kuroru
    Artist: Tanaka Rin
    Genre: Adult, Ecchi, Fantasy, Josei, Mature, Romance, Smut
    Publisher: Ichijinsha
    Year: 2015
    Volumes: 1 (Complete)
    Manga Adaption: No
    Description: Part 1: Audrey remembers on her 16th birthday that she has reincarnated into the world of an otome game. She knows she will enter the death route if she does not lose her virginity and somehow has to decide which capture target she has to do ecchi things with; though the guard, Calfan, tries to instruct her how to sneak around to do nightly activities. Sweet Lovey-Dovey story.

    Part 2: From 5 years old, Flora, the heroine of an otome game, knew that the days of embarrassment await. She thought that in order to get away somehow, she must acquire the power to fight back against the embarrassing ikemen. It’s a rom-com with a ruthless S butler.

    My Opinion: It's about time, that we adults get a JNC R-18 label (maybe J-Novel Club Ring, or something like that). I've read the fan translation some time ago and immediately took a liking to it (unfortunately it never got completely translated). It's dirty, but not too much. The two heroines are really cute, but quite naive, although they both manage to avoid the terrible ends of the R-18 otome game they reincarnated into, they fall straight into another trap.xD

    Both stories are in my opinion very sweet and easy to read. Moreover, it's a longshot volume published by Ichijinsha, so it should be easier to get.


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    Sounds not only fun but will satiate my craving for a steamier romance story that I have been dreaming of. Count me in!


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    I'm afraid that after Busy Wizard got pulled from Amazon, companies are going to be hesitant to publish R18 light novels


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    I'd read it just out of curiosity...yes, that's the only reason...that's the ticket!


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    Well as long as the smut stays in the prose it should be fine. There are tons of smutty novels on amazon Kindle. It’s when the illustrations have nudity that Amazon seems to have a problem with it...
    So that begs the question, how are the illustrations?


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    @LegitPancake I just flipped through it and there are only 2 sexy illustrations (one with exposed boobs, one not showing any important bits but very clearly In The Middle Of Things).


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    @LegitPancake @gmkz Isn't this only when the girls in such novels have an appearance that screams ”I'm still underage”, even if they aren't? The girls in this novel are both proper adults/young women, so I don't think it will be a problem, though I think, if it really matters this much, amazon should set buying restrictions, so that only those who are 18, or older can buy and view it.


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    @Clarabelle As it's been said before, Busy Wizard I don't believe had any lolis (but it did have several panels with nipples) and it got taken off Kindle.


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    I live in hope that since they will redoing the website in the near-ish future, they will be able to build in the infrastructure needed to offer these kind of steamier R-18 romances.


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