Seven Seas Entertainment has announced that it has acquired the license for the self-contained manga I Didn’t Mean to Fall in Love by Minta Suzumaru. In this Mature-rated boys’ love romance, a 30-year-old virgin finds himself falling for a charming flirt who doesn’t want anything more serious than a casual fling… or does he?
Yoshino knows, at the age of 30, that he wants to be with men, but he doesn’t know how to find one. When he overhears some women at work talking about a gay bar, he realizes that for some people, it’s just that easy. He thinks the flashy college student Rou is one of those people when Rou readily offers to have sex with him. But Yoshino finds himself falling for the charming young man, despite his best efforts. After all, it’s not possible to find Mr. Right by sleeping with the first man who offers, is it?
I Didn’t Mean to Fall in Love will be released for the first time in print in North America in March 2023 for $14.99 USA / $18.99 CAN, available in a single large-trim edition as part of the new Seven Seas BL label (boys’ love titles). An ebook will also be available on digital platforms.
Source: Seven Seas Entertainment