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A mangaka and an editor, or childhood friends when they were off the clock, were sitting in a café. The editor, Hatori Yoshiyuki, was checking Yoshikawa Chiharu's manuscript or known to her friends and loved ones, Yoshino Chiaki, as she played with the ice in her drink, waiting for his approval of a good job. Then again maybe not.

"Yoshikawa Chiharu is a popular manga artist who's sold over 10 million copies. It's too obvious that you thought that anything with your pen name would sell. Don't be arrogant, you idiot." He lectured her. That got her standing out of her seat fuming.

"When have I ever been arrogant?! And sure, even though were childhood friends, I don't think you should talk about that to the author!" She scolded. He remained unfazed, knowing she was just throwing a tantrum. Again.

The truth is the dark chocolate brunette, didn't even know what to do this time. The more she thought about how to draw her work the more she got confused. Her big blue eyes were studying the manuscript like it was the world's most complicated math problem. She was under a lot of pressure because of the deadline so she forced it to be on the paper.

"I saw that there is a lot you want to draw, but you have to think of the readers. As for the important scene, why are you ending it with a cheap joke?"

Seeing the error, Chiaki took of the hair tie that was on her wrist, pulled her choppy hair back, and grabbed a pencil that was next to her to get to work.

Chiaki's hair barely reached over her shoulder, but it still got in the way when it came to drawing. So she always had a hair tie on her just in case. Her hair wasn't very neat for a few reasons, one was she didn't want to be physically compared to her sister, Chinatsu. The only differences they had was their hair color and age. She swore even if she was born a guy, they would still be too much alike. The other reason was because she was just too busy (or too lazy) to do anything about it.

Because Ritsu Onodera hates to rely on family connections he quits a job as a literature editor at his parents' company, Onodera Publishing, and winds up taking a job at Marukawa Books. To his chagrin, he is assigned to the shōjo manga department in spite of having no interest or experience in it. And on top of that, he has an awful first impression of his high-handed editor-in-chief, Masamune Takano.

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Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi - Wikipedia

A mangaka and an editor, or childhood friends when they were off the clock, were sitting in a café. The editor, Hatori Yoshiyuki, was checking Yoshikawa Chiharu's manuscript or known to her friends and loved ones, Yoshino Chiaki, as she played with the ice in her drink, waiting for his approval of a good job. Then again maybe not.

"Yoshikawa Chiharu is a popular manga artist who's sold over 10 million copies. It's too obvious that you thought that anything with your pen name would sell. Don't be arrogant, you idiot." He lectured her. That got her standing out of her seat fuming.

"When have I ever been arrogant?! And sure, even though were childhood friends, I don't think you should talk about that to the author!" She scolded. He remained unfazed, knowing she was just throwing a tantrum. Again.

The truth is the dark chocolate brunette, didn't even know what to do this time. The more she thought about how to draw her work the more she got confused. Her big blue eyes were studying the manuscript like it was the world's most complicated math problem. She was under a lot of pressure because of the deadline so she forced it to be on the paper.

"I saw that there is a lot you want to draw, but you have to think of the readers. As for the important scene, why are you ending it with a cheap joke?"

Seeing the error, Chiaki took of the hair tie that was on her wrist, pulled her choppy hair back, and grabbed a pencil that was next to her to get to work.

Chiaki's hair barely reached over her shoulder, but it still got in the way when it came to drawing. So she always had a hair tie on her just in case. Her hair wasn't very neat for a few reasons, one was she didn't want to be physically compared to her sister, Chinatsu. The only differences they had was their hair color and age. She swore even if she was born a guy, they would still be too much alike. The other reason was because she was just too busy (or too lazy) to do anything about it.