君は淫らな僕の女王 (Kimi Wa Midarana Boku No Joou). Possible English translation: You Are My Lewd Queen. Author is Okamoto Rin (Elfen Lied creator). Manga artist is Yokoyari Mengo.
Bought this manga digitally from BookLive! yesterday. It’s a single volume only.
It’s actually available at Kinokuniya (THE Japanese bookstore in Singapore) but with a ‘Not Safe For Young’ label, just like To Love-Ru Darkness series.
I was expecting To Love-Ru’s kind of ecchi but this one is extreme lol.
The heroine of the manga, Subaru, is the most beautiful student in a highly prestigious school. She comes from a rich family, is kind to everyone…
…except to a certain boy:
The boy, Akira, is her childhood friend. When he entered primary school he could no longer meet Subaru. He found out that Subaru went to a prestigious school. He asked his parents to send him there too, but his poor parents couldn’t afford it. So he studied very hard in order to get scholarship to chase after Subaru. He finally managed to get into the same high school as her. But when they do meet, Subaru acts cold (tsun, lol) toward him.
Then some students talk about a rumor that if you wish something to a certain god, your wish would be granted. That night, Akira tries it, wishing for his dorm room to be connected to Subaru’s (the boys and girls’ dormitories are separate buildings). Their rooms do get connected and both Subaru and Akira get all flustered:
The god then comes to explain that in exchange for granting the wish, he would be taking Subaru’s self-control for one hour a day:
And when Subaru’s self-control is taken, her true nature is revealed… lol.
And when she wakes up and leaves the next morning:
The manga is 5 chapters + 1 extra chapter. It’s over a bit too soon but it’s fine, I guess. The plot is nothing really new except for the heroine character… I think they have really pushed the limits on this one (as a book that can be sold to general public) ^^;
You can read the entire first chapter at BookLive!’s page. Click ブラウザ立ち読み to read within a browser if you are not on a smartphone/tablet and you don’t have the reader app.