Misa hands Ao a lifeline by allowing her to use her room at Mira’s place. While Mira seems excited by the idea, will Ao’s parents accept her proposal?
As expected, Ao’s parents were initially against Ao moving to Mira’s house. It’s understandable since her mom wants to do what is best for her daughter. However, Ao finally decides to stand her ground. Thankfully, with Mira’s mom talking to Ao’s, it seems that she changed her mind. In other words, Mira and Ao is able to be together.
I have to admit that Mikake making chocolates with Moe is quite nice. Moe forces Mikake to wear the maid uniform although Mikake insists doing in a jumpsuit. I have to admit, Mikake looks cute in that outfit. They made star shaped chocolates for the club. Sure, Moe’s usual antics didn’t work with Mikake. But at least after graduation, she finally shows feelings for Mari.
Also, we see some flashbacks of Mari, Ino and Mikake when the club merged. Mari started crying after admitting she couldn’t find something she enjoyed in the club. Even so, Mikake promises that she will be there with her. Either way, Mikake and Mari finally receives the relationship upgrade they needed. After all, they are going to the same college.
As for Moe, it seems that she was able to give some chocolates to her crush, Misa. I wonder how Misa would respond. I guess she is oblivious just as the previous years. If things don’t work out, I guess she still have Ino after all.
At last, it’s moves in day. Apparently, Mira found something with her name on it and wonder what it is. She upsets Ao got by looking into her stuff. Thankfully, the disagreement didn’t last long. Apparently, they were mugs that have a constellation on it. Ao wanted to give it to Mira as a going away present. Thankfully, that didn’t happen, so they can use it together.
With that, their second year of high school begins as Mikake’s younger sister and a new member potentially joins the club.
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