L-DK Chapter 35 Spoilers

Here is the summary spoiler for L-DK Chapter 35. To read it, please click and highlight the text below. This summary is compiled from a couple of Japanese blogs that I read… they have a lot of detail and comments but no pictures.

Chapter 35

So… Shuusei doesn’t really want to be separated from Aoi. But he believes that in order for them to stay together, for now they should live apart. He tells her that he really likes her family and the strong feelings that they have for each other. His family isn’t like hers. He sees how amazing a parent’s love is and doesn’t want to trample on those feelings… awww, so sweet! Aoi asks him if it’ll be okay if they’re not together and he tells her that he wants to believe they will be fine. Shuusei will move out. Aoi is at the park, crying, and two men try to take her. Her dad shows up to protect her, but he has trouble handling two guys. Then, Shuusei comes to the rescue and saves the day. After all that, Aoi tells her dad that she’s become who she is now because of him, his love, his support. She’s able to smile more, make friends, fall in love… and now she wants to protect Shuusei’s smile. Back at their apartment, Aoi’s dad gives his approval for their relationship and tells them they can live together until they graduate next year, yay! Under one condition though… they cannot be intimate… oh my, lol. Aoi, who’s thrilled about staying together in the apartment, seems fine with it, but Shuusei seems a bit uneasy even though he agrees…

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. pesimystique
    Jun 27, 2012 @ 13:33:22

    thank you so much for this! i got so disappointed with how the last chapter ended, and much worse, the next chapter is not yet available, which added to my sense of urgency.. lol.. somehow, i need to satisfy myself with these spoilers. thanks for the information again.

    from a fellow LDK manga fan. ^^


    • dnjs
      Jun 27, 2012 @ 14:26:01

      yw! I was really curious about what was going to happen after Chapter 34, too, so I broke down and started searching for spoilers in Japanese. I’m glad that the “let’s separate” misunderstanding was quickly resolved. 🙂


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