luv it 3.5 5I want to like this series , but it is cute The exaggeration is sometimes a bit much, but otherwise it s cute.Now two out of the three know about the twins switching Sanada finding out brings him and Megumu closer, and the focus on their relationship is very cute in this volume They re kind of adorable, and I do like Sanada a lot The problem is that he can t get close to girls without passing out, so they can t be physically close This is sure to be hard for them, but they re trying.Then Azusa finds out about Mitsuru, and instead of being a bully, she s finding herself falling for him I m not enjoying this storyline as much, but it s interesting I like Shino, too, so I m not sure how I feel about this It s going to be interesting, for sure.I m not getting pulled in enough with this series, but I am interested enough to pick up another one I m very up and down on how I feel about it so far Read at my blog, Geeky Reading Kobayashi Mitsuru And Kobayashi Megumi Are Twin Brother And Sister, With Identical Faces But Radically Different Personalities While Mitsuru Is A Confident Charmer Who Wins The Hearts Of Dozens Of Girls, Megumi Is An Average Otaku Who Is In Love With A Virtual Hero Yet, The Two S Lives Start To Turn Upside Down After Mitsuru And Megumi Switch Roles A Complicated Love Story Starts Aoi Sanada is SO freaking cute I m digging the eye patch and his laid back style Now that he s figured out that Megumu is a girl, he is visibly relieved to not be gay But he still has that small issue of panic attacks whenever he is within two feet of a girl How can he overcome passing out whenever he gets too close Especially since he really likes Megumu and her silly school girl antics which really surprised me because he s the strong, silent type, yet he can admit to himself that he likes how over the top in love that Megumu acts That s really sweet of him Back at the all girls school, mean girl Azusa still can t figure out why Mitsuru boy twin likes Shino and not her Mitsuru doesn t have the guts to tell her that he doesn t like her because she s MEAN So Azusa takes matters into her own hands and orders Mitsuru to go on a date with her or else she ll spill his cross dressing secret to Shino This date sounds like a disaster waiting to happen Volume 3 of So Cute It Hurts is filled to the brim with sweetness and mushy love It s even cuter than the first two volumes I m loving how this story is progressing, and I can t wait to read the next volume. Goodness but the name is accurate. Ahahahaha, the stickers I almost cried in that part I was laughing so hard under my breath so as not to disturb all these other people in the break room at work with all my snickering Oh man Another strong opus The story moves along at a brisk pace, issues from volume 1 have been resolved and new ones are forthcoming It seems like the cross dressing hijinks are over I hope the sotry stays fresh and will avoid cliches All is in place for a standard high school romantic comedy so I am afraid anxious to read volume 4. 3.0 out of 5 starsBasically errbody is going on dates next book and Mego can t be touched by her boyfriend Literally all that happened I wanted plot This series really is So Cute It Hurts.And for once, there s a bit of a love triangle that doesn t annoy me Tokugawa liking Mitsuru and being too proud to actually admit it, and Mitsuru liking Shino is sweet.It s a cute manga, and I m hoping it stays a little goofy even though characters are already pairing up. Quick recap Megumu and Mitsuru Kobayashi are fraternal twins who have been dressing as each other at their schools as part of a wacky scheme to bring up Mitsuru s history grades Each of them has fallen in love while in disguise as the opposite sex Hilarity ensues.This volume picks up moments after Aoi, the eyepatched hunk Megumu has a crush on, got visual confirmation that she s actually a girl She s put on a towel in the intervening seconds, preserving the Teen rating After some relationship fumbles caused by neither party having been in a romantic relationship before, it s established that Aoi still likes Megumu and is secretly relieved he s not gay but he still gets panic attacks whenever he gets closer than two feet to a girl.Meanwhile, Mitsuru s secret has been spilled to school bully Tokugawa without the necessity of being naked She simultaneously hates him and is lusting for his body, and winds up blackmailing Mitsuru into a date in exchange for not revealing the secret to the teachers Mitsuru isn t sure how to take this, and he still hasn t gotten around to telling his deaf sweetie Shino who he really is.This volume appears to be the end of the crossdressing plotline, though I suspect Mitsuru will need to dress up as Megumu again at some point Now we re on to standard complications to teen romance, as Aoi angsts about the dark secret behind his panic attacks, and Tokugawa doesn t understand why Mitsuru is attracted to Shino than her Hint It s because Tokugawa is a bully and Shino is a beautiful cinnamon roll, too good and pure for this sinful Earth The art and characters continue to be adorable, although the sugar level may be way too high for some readers now that the gender bending shenanigans are over I especially liked the scene where Megumu uses her recently learned sign language skills to express her feelings to Aoi when words just weren t cutting it.Still recommended to shoujo fans.