That day, I was going to confess my feelings. I was going to confess to Tokiwa Nagisa, a kouhai who had confessed her feelings to me many times before.
As we were alone on the rooftop, I was supposed to tell her how I felt, and I was supposed to finally become her lover, but—I got caught up in a “Confession Quartet,” a game of love and romance.
If you fall in love during the game, you are promised “Eternal Love” by magical forces, but if your love is instead not fulfilled, it will be as if it never existed in the first place. In other words, you will go back to the relationship you had before you fell in love.
“I want to cherish the process of love with the person I love without the guarantee of eternal love.”
“If I can’t have eternal love, I’d rather forget this feeling altogether.”
In the face of such an ultimate choice, I begin to defy this game—