Hi, 17 chapters of this are out now and I don't know where else to talk about it. I still like it a lot, but I wouldn't say the writing is particularly "deep" or novel enough to recommend to people who aren't actively looking works that center a lesbian couple, but I kind of like it that way? I'm not even saying that well-composed plots and really emotional storylines are even. I really liked >>17735
and it was very well-written imo and the art was stunning, but there's something nice about the comparatively easy reading that comes with Green Tea Bitch. I dunno, I don't really read works where the main plot is romance, but Green Tea's sensibilities really just gel with my own.
The MC is pretty heavily implied to live in a broken home, but the way she (doesn't) cope with it along the way she reasons with herself and acts when it comes to trying to be friends with her love interest and not make her attraction obvious is pretty relatable. I also like how there's both realistically homophobic people and people like the love interest's mom (picrel) who, upon learning that her daughter is in love with her friend, is just embarrassed she didn't catch on sooner lol