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Stories focused on the romantic relationships between the cast.
by Cardboard Edward
Me, Minami and Hazuki, and Our Activities
- Recommended by Iamoyashirosama
- Pairing(s): Kouta Tsuchiya/Minami Shimada
- Synopsis: A quite interesting story about Minami getting over her crush on Akihisa and finding herself spending alot of her time with Kouta. It's better than it sounds.
- Comments: Very well-written, in-character fanfic. Although it's not crazy and hilarious like the show/novel, you can easily tell that these are the Baka Test characters. It has more reviews than the show's other fics and deservedly so. You should read this even if you never thought of pairing up Kouta and Minami.
by Takagi Akito
- Recommended by Accidentally Tsundere
- Pairing(s): Akihisa Yoshii/Minami Shimada & (Briefly mentioned) Yuuji Sakamoto/Shouko Kirishima
- Synopsis: (Taken directly from the author's summary) Akihisa, Minami, and Hazuki planned to go somewhere together. However, it turned out that things aren't going to be easy for them. And this uneasy things make their relationships closer... Find out! NOTE: Beta-edited by Festus Flare. The sequel, "Me, Minami, and Our Circumstances" is out!
- Comments: Hilarious, engaging, and in-character to the point where you actually expect to see pictures like in the light novels — then you realize Mizuki hasn't interfered with Aki and Minami's activities. The only real complaints you should have is the grammar errors (which there aren't that many of), lack of pictures, and a slight issue with the ending, BUT there's a sequel (currently in the making) that should resolve that issue by the time it's over. This is a master piece otherwise.