Many people reject an NTR (Netorare) story at the very first sight of the word, having no idea that they might be missing out on a nice piece of hentai. It is true that some NTR works are too depressing on even psychologically violent, but in the end, they can be a rewarding experience. I might even add that some NTR stories should be read by any hentai lover because they can be an interesting read. This new J18 release is a good example of that.
Netorare Girlfriend, written and illustrated by Satou Kuuki, is the new Doujinshi release from J18 and it features 34 pages of NTR as the title suggests, fully uncensored and in English. We follow the story of Souta and his childhood friend Mizuki. They both made a promise in their youth, said by Mizuki herself – “Let’s take the “next” step… after we graduate”. However, in good NTR classic drama, someone got to her before Souta. Mizuki is a star athlete in the track and field team and after some unfortunate events, her coach, Iijima, started to treat Mizuki as his personal slave. The climax of the story is Mizuki showing off directly to Souta that she doesn’t care about him anymore, and that her coach is all she needs. While this might seem one of those extreme NTR stories, the way the story is told, by showing off how Mizuki life went upside down, it kind gives a better understanding of why things played out this way, and not just basic NTR for the sake of it. The book also features a second chapter that works as an epilogue to the main story. It’s a twisted happy ending if I had to describe it.
The art by Satou Kuuki has the perfect amount of detail and contrast. It never tired me seeing Mizuki breasts hanging around while her coach was having fun with her. She has a cute lewd face, nice hips and looks healthy since she’s an athlete. Muziki’s dark skin also adds a bit more to her independent personality.
I enjoy hentai with some drama, and NTR always fulfills that. Characters are always in deep relationship issues, which can lead to some enjoyable mind break scenes without feeling out of place. Even if you don’t enjoy NTR you should consider giving Netorare Kanojo a chance, maybe it can change your mind, since the second chapter is much less aggressive than the first chapter, and it feels like a natural succession of any NTR story. This should be a good doujinshi to add to your collection.