A chance encounter with a stranger introduces Ko to a nocturnal life. Ko follows her and why shouldn’t he? The night is still young.
How can you fall in love with a vampire when you can’t even track them down!? Nazuma remains frustratingly elusive, but Ko may have a nostalgic solution to this new problem.
When can you start calling someone a friend? What even IS friendship, anyway? As Ko reconnects with a classmate, questions arise he isn’t sure he knows how answer.
Three’s a crowd when Ko invites Akira to hang out with him and Nazuna late one evening.
How does Nazuna make money, anyway? Ko is about to get the inside scoop on her (very suspicious) business, but first he’ll need to make sense of his complicated emotions.
Ko doesn’t need a mirror to see his reflection. It’s staring right back at him in the form of Nazuna’s latest client.
Boredom drove Ko into the night. Boredom drove Ko’s new acquaintance to killing time in her own way. She and Ko seem very similar… perhaps TOO similar for comfort.
Ko thought he had all the time in the world, but the revelation of an unexpected deadline changes everything. Hopefully his friends (new and old alike) will have some advice.
Seri is extremely popular, but popularity isn’t all it’s cracked up to be when one of her human paramours develops feelings she isn’t ready to deal with.
It’s not all sparkles and hearts at the maid café where Midori works. Someone is creeping on a certain maid, but uncovering the interloper isn’t as easy as it looks…
Nazuna needs new blood for her cuddle-buddy business, and Ko is on the case! But he’s not the only one wandering the night looking for someone…
What does it mean to be a vampire? Why does Ko want to become one? A chat with a friend reveals Ko’s lack of answers to these all-important questions.