Ebi-hime has published their sweet romance between two women, Fragile Feelings, on Steam and Itch.io.
Fragile Feelings is a kinetic visual novel written by ebi-hime, the creator behind Blackberry Honey, a romantic yuri story between two maids. Our heroine Ann Clements was born with an inoperable tumor on her temple and doctors told her that she will never live long enough to reach adulthood. Her parents saw her as an inconvenience in their lives, so they sent her to live the rest of her young life at St. Cecilia’s, an all-girls boarding school nestled in the countryside. Despite believing she had no future to look forward to, Ann miraculously survived her childhood.
Ann is now nineteen and working as an assistant teacher at St. Cecilia’s. While her job is fulfilling, she isn’t satisfied with the monotony of life. Since she never planned to live this long, she didn’t have any dreams, goals, or plans when she grew up. As her twentieth birthday draws near, her desire to experience the world outside of school increases even more. When Ann meets Asaba Kohaku, the new nurse at St. Cecilia’s, her horizons begin to broaden. What kind of relationship will form between these two women?
- A story written by ebi-hime, the author of Blackberry Honey
- About 100k words of text (approx 4-8 hours of reading)
- A kinetic story with no choices/branches
- Detailed character and background artwork
- A custom OST
- A cute, slow burn romance story
- Despite the premise, the story is actually quite uplifting, I promise!
You can purchase Fragile Feelings on sale from Steam and Itch.io for $11.04. After October 19th, the sale on Steam will end and the game will return to its original sales price of $12.99. There is also a demo available on both sites, if you would like to try the game out for yourself first. Additionally, an adult patch for Steam version can be downloaded from Itch.io.
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