Ranking 25 Thai BL Dramas || Bingo Board πŸ³β€πŸŒˆ

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This year I completed a Thai BL Bingo board where I watched 25 bls. For the board and credits, check out my first post in the challenge here~ In this post I said I would rank them once I’d completed them all and here it is! This took me a lot longer than I thought, and I’m still not certain I’m completely happy about the order.

I didn’t think this post would be this long, so thank you in advance if you get through it all. And of course, this is a completely subjective list, which is why some trash drama’s are probably higher than they should be πŸ˜…

Oh and we’re starting at 21 because I felt that a few made me feel the same way and I couldn’t decide!


21 Love Sick (2014)

Phun (White) has a girlfriend, but his dad wants him to date someone else for a better connection. In order to stop his father from pushing the subject he gets help from his little sister who likes to read bl. Noh (Captain) is a member of the Music Club and needs to get more funds and so seeks the help of Phun, who is part of the school council. In order to raise the money, Phun asks Noh to pretend to be his boyfriend in exchange. The fake feelings start to become real.

This is such a boring drama. There are too many characters and too much plot shoved into the episodes. After a few episodes I gave up and just skipped to all the main character’s scenes… they were cute at times, but even they didn’t have much substance and that was because not enough time was given to them… and they’re meant to be the leads.


20 My Tee || Make It Right

I put these two together because they’re both as messy with the plots, pacing and underdeveloped characters.

My Tee (2018)

High school student Mork (Drake) is a troublemaker who sells porn dvd’s from his dad’s barbershop. After giving Tee (Frank) a bad haircut, the boy’s start a rivalry, which culminates in Mork leading Tee’s girlfriend Bambie (Noon) – and the whole school – to believe that Tee is gay. To make Mork take responsibility for what happened, Mork becomes his fake boyfriend to get Bambie jealous. Through them spending more time together, feelings from the past are rekindled and explored.

The pacing of this drama is a mess and so is the editing, script and product placement. The beginning is all over the place and has a comedic vibe, but when the plot turns serious, it’s jarring and uncomfortable. There was some important conversations and the characters were likeable. There was a lot of potential but the bad writing and confusing timeline meant it didn’t make much sense. Frank and Drake were good with what they were working with.

Make It Right (2016)

This drama follows the lives of high school students. Fuse (Peak) takes his breakup badly and tries to get over her by getting drunk with his friends. At the party he meets Tee (Boom), and they end up sleeping together. He finds it hard to come to terms with his feelings for a boy.

Make It Right was a mess. The pacing was weird and sometimes it was just boring. Certain plotline’s were unnecessary and everything just felt overdramatic and juvenile. I get that they are high school students, but really? Nothing was wrapped up and the entire thing felt pointless considering the ending – and Fuse was so annoying, it was hard to sympathise with him. Book (Toey) and Frame (Ohm) were the only redeeming quality.


19 Thank God it’s Friday || Make It Right 2

I grouped these two together because there are some elements I enjoyed, but overall, these drama’s were more frustrating and pointless than anything else.

Thank God it’s Friday (2019)

This is a sequel of sorts to Love Sick, whereby the music club is once again in trouble. This time, it’s both lack of funs funds and the clubs serious lack of talent that hasn’t won any competitions since the Love Sick days. In order to get some much needed training they go to Khon Kaen’s Friday College over the summer holiday’s for help. Friendships and loves are formed far from Bangkok.

This had potential and at first I was confused at why it had such poor reviews. And then it hit… Thank God it’s Friday gets bogged down in drama – most of which is unnecessary and doesn’t add anything but forced angst. The main plot was for the students to learn about music and strengthen the bonds within the club, but that was thrown out real quick. In the second half of the drama, they don’t touch a musical instrument once! And they don’t even take part in a competition… like what was the point?!

Make It Right 2 (2017)

This follows off from the first series, where Fuse continues to flip flop between his girlfriend and Tee – who was basically a doormat. I ended up skipping a lot of their scenes, as well as another couples. The only reason I kept watching was for Book and Frame’s plotline. They were the best actors of the series and they had more communication, although they did lack a bit when it actually mattered.

This was better than the first series, but it was still a dumpster fire and it was ultimately dragged out. In my notes after I watched it, I wrote that “I never want to think about this series again”.


18 The Best Twins (2019)

Identical twins Per and Pond (Pak) live with their homophobic sister Pad (Meenay Jutai). The household is already tense as Pond refuses to hide his homosexuality, but things worsen when the house next door is renovated and the siblings stay with them. Tee (Mild) has a crush on Pond and there is a sort of back and forth between them, while Per wishes Tee’s sister would look at him rather than his twin. To add even more chaos to the pot, Pond’s ex boyfriend tries to get back with him through underhanded means.

This wasn’t great, but it wasn’t super terrible either. The plot was a little all over the place and the chemistry wasn’t good, but Tee’s character was cute and his imagination often made me laugh out loud. My main issue is that it’s just not that memorable.


17 What the Duck (2018)

After failing to pass the flight attendant exam, Pop (Oreo) decides to join the airline’s catering service so that he’s still close to the planes. He is instantly made uncomfortable by the advances of his colleague Oat (Strong), but unexpected feelings develop between them. Meanwhile, Pop’s girlfriend Mo (Aim) is left to live out his dream due to her passing the test, however, the new environment she finds herself in is far from dreamlike as she is forced to endure constant bullying. Her brother, Pree (Mew), seems to have a perfect life, but it all comes crumbling down when he realises his relationship with Rambo (Art) may not be as stable as it seemed. What the Duck is about the messy lives of messy and some not-so messy young adults all connected to one airline.

I’m fully aware that this drama should be lower on the list and that I had to stop myself from putting it higher… This was trash, but it was entertaining and so much happened that I was certainly never bored. The main couple were both flawed and Pop was indecisive and I still don’t understand why following his dream and dating Oat was a problem… Pree and Rambo were a weepy mess, but again they were never boring, that’s for sure! The only person who actually deserved better was Mo. This poor woman is doing her best to make her boyfriend’s job come true and she gets bullied, cheated on, sexually assaulted and then blamed for it!

I don’t really know who I would recommend this drama to… I guess if you like problematic messes, then this will be for you πŸ˜‚ but I would highly recommend looking into the trigger warnings first!


16 Waterboyy (2017)

The swim club is in trouble with the university and the threat of disbandment looms over the members’ heads. Captain Waii (Earth) is forced to step up and find a way to save the club and get his team ready to win some medals at the upcoming competition. With a strained relationship with his father and the new swim coach causing problems, Waii is in over his head. While things start off cold between him and Apo (New), the pair come together to try and do their best, but developing feelings threaten to ruin everything.

This has a lot of bad reviews as well, but I kind of enjoyed it. That’s not to say there weren’t some very questionable plot choices and unnecessary drama. Not to mention that our main couple didn’t have much screen-time, so parts of their relationship felt forced and rushed. And this ended being the case for most of the couples. The best aspect of the drama were the friendships between the swim club members. They were all idiots, so when they were acting just like regular teens it was fun.


15 2Moons, the Series (2017)

In the original series, Bas and God play the respective roles of Wayo and Phana. Wayo is a first year science student who is chosen as the faculty’s Moon and has to take part in the University competition. All previous Moon’s and Star’s are required to help the new one’s prepare for the festival. The pair’s relationship starts off rough, but through more interactions and Phana realising he knows Wayo from their school it becomes more evident that Wayo’s one sided love wasn’t all that one sided.

2Moons2 does was the original does in 4 episodes. Which means the pacing for this series was slow as nothing much happened apart from the competition, without any real conflict. And there was such a non-ending that didn’t even give any motivation for me to want a second series, so it makes sense that the story was given a remake. What I did like about this series were Ming (Kimmon) and Kit (Copter), who I enjoy in both renditions. I will always love a grumpy shy character with a confident idiot πŸ˜‚

I think the acting was pretty good and if you want a shallow reason to watch, it’s God as Pha! That man is so handsome and tall β™₯.β™₯


14 My Engineer (2020)

Bohn (Cooper) is an engineering student who gets revenge on freshman medical student Duen (Poy) by getting him to drop off a rose to him every morning. Through mishaps and misunderstandings the pair get closer.

Wait, this aired this year? At face value there isn’t much to the plot, but it’s really the other 3 couples and the friendship dynamics that flesh it out more. While Bohn and Duen were often cute, they lacked maturity and ultimately communication. They didn’t really develop as people much either. Ram (Perth) and King (Lay) seemed to be the viewers favourites and I can see why. There was a softness to this pairing that was made special by Ram’s gradual use of speech and King’s gentle understanding and playfulness. I’m interested to see where they go next as they ended on angst. Mek (Ryan) and Boss (Inntouch) were my favourite couple! The friends to lovers trope was done so beautifully here (poor Ryan’s dub was atrocious though, but his real laugh was a delight to hear!).

Overall, My Engineer was mostly fun and easy to digest. Could have had more dog content though, along with the stunning, the beautiful Cupcake the lizard β™₯


13 2gether (2020)

Tine (Win) is a handsome cheerleader who is being pursued by Green (Gun), despite repeatedly telling him he isn’t interested. To get Green off his back Tine begs the popular member of the football and music club Sarawat (Bright) into being his fake boyfriend. Sarawat is less than impressed, but through Tine’s perseverance in the music club he allows his feelings to show. Their relationship forces Tine to consider if he wants the fake situation to become real.

This was incredibly hyped when it first aired (in Feb of this year… which feels like 2019) and for me it fell rather short of the adoration I was seeing. That’s not to say it was bad, it was fine. There were some sweet moments, but it was a bit boring at times, especially when the conflict was shoe horned in a the end like an afterthought. Tine’s character development is slow and only really shown in the mini series (which is so much better than this by the way. If you weren’t keen on 2gether, still check out Still 2gether, for the most part I loved it β™₯). The side characters are rather fun, and likeable despite being a bit annoying at times. Man (Mike) and Fong (Khaotung) were great friends and I enjoyed that they were silly, but could be the rational in helping the mains when needed. Also Mike and Toptap were so cute together as Man and Type!

I won’t hear a bad word against Sarawat! What an awkward cutie β™₯


12 Our Skyy (2018)

Our Skyy is a compilation mini series that gives an episode to 5 different couples from GMM bl’s. Going in I didn’t know 2 of the 5 couples.

Episode 1 follows Pick & Rome from Puppy Honey who live together, but miss the opportunity for special occasions. The story takes a supernatural twist when the pair swap bodies and while living the other’s life they must work out how to switch back and get their relationship back to a good place. It was pretty fun seeing Off and Gun play the other and see how they interpret the other’s acting choices. The plot was a little strange, and I was hoping for a bit more in the cuteness department.

Episode 2 follows In (Pluem) and Sun (Chimon) from My Dear Loser: Edge of 17. I didn’t know what this was then and still don’t. It’s about In coming to terms with his feelings for Sun and stepping out of his comfort zone to try and show that affection publicly. There were some cute moments, but ultimately, I just didn’t really care. The thing about Episode 1 was that they were established and I’m familiar with the actors so it was fun to watch.

Episode 3 follows Mork (Drake) and Tee (Frank) from My Tee, which is on this list and it didn’t do well. However, this short special episode was rather cute. They’re studying at different universities and have been a couple for three years. The pair work to surprise the other for their anniversary, but miscommunication stirs up trouble. These idiots were so dumb. Tee was legit ready to just dump Mork lol. There were a lot of cute moments though and the ending did leave me smiling like a fool.

Episode 4 follows Pete (Tay) and Kao (New) from Kiss Me Again (and later their own series Dark Blue Kiss). Kao wants the pair to spend more time together so concocts a story where a woman gave him a list of things to do so that they won’t be cursed to break up. This boy is precious! And Pete is hot tempered, but also a cutie under all the annoyance. This episode was absolute fluff and I loved every moment of it! I think it does a good job of setting up their characters even for those who haven’t seen the series they originate from and is a good basis to go into Dark Blue Kiss with.

Episode 5 is the best one, I mean it’s Kongpob (Singto) and Arthit (Krist) from SOTUS! This comes after SOTUS S and Kongpob is preparing for a year abroad to study in China and it’s about the pair trying to come to terms with the distance they’ll be facing. They were so cute in this and also had a maturity about them that was nice to see. What was also great to see was Arthit articulating his insecurities and fears about Kongpob going away. This was a great addition to the Sotus story, with some lovely and sweet moments. I highly recommend it if you love the original series. And GMM finally put them up on Youtube with subtitles.


11 TharnType || Love By Chance

TharnType (2019)

Type (Gulf) is excited for his first year of university and thankfully he’s found a great roommate in Tharn (Mew). Type was traumatised by being sexually assaulted as a child which made him homophobic and this trauma changes their relationship when Type finds out that Mew is gay. His friendliness turns to outright hostility, but Tharn is determined to not give into Type’s tantrums. As they get closer to understanding the other, they move from enemies to lovers.

This has several problematic elements, but some good topics were brought up. Type is frustrating to watch, but his development is well done and the special episode really brings it all together. What makes this drama so high up in this list for me is Mew and Type’s chemistry was amazing, despite not having that solid a plot (some parts were wild). I also loved Techno (Mild), he was so funny and dumb πŸ˜‚

Love By Chance (2018)

Pete (Saint) is a shy boy who has been used in the past because of his wealth. One day, he gets knocked down by Ae (Perth), a sweet boy in the football team. The pair start to run into each other and it tends to end with Ae protecting Pete. As the pair get closer, both have to come to terms with different things – Pete is afraid of Ae being ridiculed for being in a gay relationship as he once was, while Ae explores his sexuality (however, if I remember correctly this drama plays the “I’m not gay, I just love this one boy” trope).

What I liked about Love By Chance is that the main couple don’t really have that much angst and are very cute. It was refreshing at how straightforward Ae was and how open he was with his feelings when talking to Pete. This pair definitely carried the entire series. They were the most developed and despite a lot of inclusion of Tin and Can in the latter half this side couple still felt underdeveloped, but had potential (I just don’t like Mean + Plan’s acting).

This is another one of Mame’s books and is set in the same world as TharnType, which was strange because there was some familiar characters played by others. I definitely preferred the Techno in TharnType, and I hated the relationship between him and Kla, that boy needs to go to jail.


10 He’s Coming To Me (2019)

Thun (Ohm) is able to see ghosts and as a child he meets Mes (Singto), a ghost who has waited for 20yrs to be reincarnated. Several years have passed and the pair meet again during the Qingming festival at the graveyard where Mes is buried. Thun reveals to Mes that he knows how ghosts died and tells Mes that he was murdered. To help solve the mystery which will allow Mes to reincarnate, he moves into Thun’s university apartment. As they solve the mystery, the boys start to fall in love.

This was such an interesting concept and for the most part was executed well. I will say it’s frustrating that Ohm never pretended to be on a phone in public and was just out here talking to himself… and then the mystery resolution and the end was a little frustrating too.

He’s Coming To Me was a sweet look into the afterlife and relationships, including the integration of ghost Mes into Thun’s friendship group which was funny. I wish this was longer than 8 episodes and I don’t think the romantic relationship was as developed as it could have been, as it felt like they were more brotherly throughout rather than in love. The acting from our leads was great though, Ohm did a fantastic job β™₯


9 Together With Me (2017)

Korn (Max) and Knock (Tul) are characters from the drama Bad Romance and the prequel ‘Together With Me’ is the start of their relationship. Korn and Knock are childhood friends who reunite at their University induction and their friendship immediately rekindles. Things get complicated when they have sex after a night of heavy drinking.

I’ve watched this so many times and I am completely aware that it’s trash. It has so many tropes that I hate and think are overused in bl’s – cheating, villainised girlfriends (but tbf Knock’s gf is awful) and an indecisive af lead – but the chemistry between Max and Tul is great! I also loved the two female friends, Yihwa (Maengmum) and Fai (Olive) – they’re hilarious, but also add such a rational aspect to the drama (well some of the time πŸ˜‚).

I will say, I’ve not watched the second series in their storyline and I don’t really care. I’ve seen all the cute moments so I’m grand~ But, I am very excited for Manner of Death to end so I can marathon that! February seems so far away γ… γ… 


8 WHY R U? (2020)

Tutor (Saint) is a smart, level-headed student, while Fighter (Zee) is somewhat temperamental. Their relationship starts with some animosity, but the two can’t ignore the building tension and feelings they have for each other. Meanwhile, their friends are having their own enemies to lovers storyline. Zon (Tommy) is always second best to his sister, so when he tries to steal her writing ideas, he finds that she has been writing and uploading a story with him and his enemy – music club member Saifah (Jimmy). When they’re forced to spend more time together for a competition, Zon is confused and alarmed that his life might turn into his sister’s book.

This was a lot better than I thought it would be going in. Tutor and Fighter had good elements, plus, Saint and Zee had obvious chemistry. However, there was a lot of times when communication would have been so much better to see than them making out. We literally had a whole episode of them doing that at the beach with barely any plot or character development to show for it. On the flip side, Saifah and Zon were great and adorable. I wish they had been utilised more because they got put on the back burner for a while. Some of the pacing was off, but it was being filmed at the start of the pandemic, so I wasn’t too bothered.


7 3 Will Be Free (2019)

Neo (Joss), a stripper, gets on the wrong side of a gang leader after sleeping with his wife. While running away from hitmen, he ends up entangling his life and trouble with Shin (Tay) – the son of the gang leader and old friend – and Miw (Mild) – the manager at a gogo bar who shoots the hitman in self defence. Through their chaotic and fear fuelled escape from danger, the three characters are also forced to navigate their physical and sentimental feelings they feel for each other.

3 Will Be Free was incredibly unique, especially in this list and relationship wise with the polyamorous rep. This drama was incredibly well written, with developed women which was wonderful to see! There were a whole host of characters and it was interesting to see our mains interact with them. The acting in this drama was great, Tay was perfection and the side characters Mae (Jennie) and Tur (Gunsmile) showed me a different side to these actors’ abilities β™₯

I will say the mains aren’t all that likeable – Neo was a pain – and parts of the main relationship irked me, but Shin is perfect and deserved way more than he got.


6 SOTUS S (2017)

Arthit (Krist) has graduated and works for an electrics company, while Kongpob (Singto) has become the head hazer of the faculty. Arthit is forced to be in a role he didn’t want and grapple with the feelings of loneliness and submissiveness in the workplace. On the other hand, Kongpob is trying his best to change the strict and gruelling method of the initiation process. In his final year, Kongpob must find an internship and decides on Arthit’s workplace without telling him. This leads to strain in their relationship as they struggle to find a balance amid miscommunication.

Sotus S wasn’t as strong as Sotus and it starts quite slow, but I ended up really liking it. Again, I was more invested in our main couple, but there is some expansion of other characters that added different elements to the story. The change in environment was essential to the character growth, especially Arthit’s, which alone was *chef’s kiss*~ The inclusion of another couple – Day (Fiat) and Tew (Oaujun) – had potential, but their pacing was off and Day’s sudden personality change didn’t make sense.

If you have a definite love for Arthit and Kongpob you’ll most likely enjoy Sotus S and the little special scenes at the end of every episode were all very cute! β™₯


5 2Moons2 (2019)

Wayo (Earth) is accepted into the faculty of science where he can once again see his high school crush Phana (Benjamin). Their first encounter is somewhat hostile, and it’s clear that Phana doesn’t recognise him. However, due to the Sun and Moon Event, Phana is required to supervise the new “moon” during the competition which just so happens to be Wayo. After more mishaps and some endearing moments Phana finally recognises Wayo which reveals that it might not have been an unrequited love for Wayo after all.

2Moons2 did everything and more than the previous version on this list. The plot and characters were expanded on far better and we got to see them actually grow as people and grow in the relationships they formed throughout. I will say that I preferred Wayo’s actor in 2Moons, I’m not sure if it was Earth or just the characterisation of Wayo in general that I didn’t fully enjoy. The main pair were cute together though, but it was the side couples that truly shone and made the drama more versatile and enjoyable. Ming (Joong) and Kit (Nine) were wonderful and as a non-reader of the books I found the progression of Forth (Pavel) and Beam (Dome) unexpected, but great (they were teased in promo’s for 2Moons but nothing happened with them).

I’m excited for the second series if it happens.


4 Theory of Love (2019)

Khai (Off) and Third (Gun) are final year Film students at university and have been friends since freshman year. Third has prepressed his feelings for Khai, who is a playboy with a “no dating friends policy”. To pursue his feelings Third ends up staying at Khai’s apartment, which only brings him more heartache when Khai brings girl’s home. After finding out something that makes Third strive to stop his love, Khai wants to start exploring his own feelings.

This drama is so well made! The film student aspect is so original in the world of bl’s and integrated into the plot wonderfully. Off and Gun were great, especially Gun whose range is fascinating to watch! It’s natural and really draws you in. Khai was undoubtedly a jerk, but I’m a sucker for cuteness and when he started being adorable that was me on board with his attempts at reconciliation with Third. All the film references thrown into the plot were great and really added to the performances. I will say that I would have liked more expansion on the side character’s relationships, but the friendships in this were more than enough to make up for it! I loved the Savage Gang β™₯


3 Grey Rainbow (2016)

Nuer (Nut) and Porsche (Karn) are best friends and roommates in University. When Nuer goes home to help with the running of his parents Elephant camp, Porsche is invited along. The pair have always fought against their feelings for one another, however, that can’t last forever.

This is a short drama, but the impact was huge.

Grey Rainbow discusses many important topics, some of which are are hard to watch – Porsche is sexually assaulted – and I would recommend watching the ending with tissues nearby. The drama is well written and acted with a genuine feeling of thoughtfulness throughout. We watch as two men struggle with the hardships of life but strive to be better people and protect what they love. I also really liked the inclusion of Buddhism as it was a lovely and powerful inclusion.

I’m still upset about the ending 😭


2 Dark Blue Kiss (2019)

Kao (New) and Pete (Tay) are in an established relationship, but only two people know. Due to his father being so open and understanding, Pete is often confused and frustrated as to why Kao is so afraid to tell anyone, especially his mum. This leads to some tension, but the true breaking point comes in the form of Non (AJ) who Kao is forced to tutor. Jealousy and secrecy may be the undoing of this long term relationship. Meanwhile, Sun (Podd) has given up on his feelings for Kao and is simply determined to keep his cafΓ© stable. To do so he enters a competition and finds himself getting help from an unexpected source. Mork (Gawin) constantly gets into fights, but the stability of spending time with Sun starts to show his softer side and the pair start to fall for each other.

Dark Blue Kiss is technically a sequel, but I’ve only watched the PeteKao scene compilations on GMM. And honestly, they aren’t needed. I’ve even read that doing so makes some things confusing as there are plot discrepancies.

This drama does a fantastic job of setting up the character’s for new viewers and they’re so interesting. This drama is well written and while there is some prolonged angst, it was understandable in comparison with the character’s personalities. Tay and New work well together as a believable couple, and Kao especially surprised me with his acting. This drama does a great job of placing it more in reality with real life concerns of those in the LGBTQ+ community. I also have a huge soft spot for Mork and Sun! We also stan supportive parents and Pete’s dad teasing them is so funny and cute β™₯

This is also a beautiful drama and I don’t just mean because Tay Tawan is one of the leads πŸ˜‚ and at this point the intro is kind of iconic!


1 SOTUS || Until We Meet Again

SOTUS (2016)

To become a “true” member of the Engineering Faculty, all students must go through the SOTUS initiation process done by the 3rd year students, to gain the traditional gear bracelet. Arthit (Krist) is the strict head hazer and often abuses his power, however, he meets his match when faced with freshman Kongpob (Singto). Through their squabbles, continuous encounters and Kongpob’s flirting, the pair end up developing feelings.

Sotus is the first Thai bl I ever watched and I love it so much. It’s simple, sweet and is comforting. The side character’s are lacking, but Arthit and Kongpob’s relationship more than makes up for it. Arthit is actually a soft idiot who gets flustered by Kongpob’s forwardness. The latter is also sweet and is someone who takes it upon themselves to protect and care for not only his friends, but whoever looks like they need help.

Until We Meet Again (2019)

30 years ago, society was not so open to homosexuality. Intouch (Earth) and Korn (Kao) suffer the tragic consequences of their fathers’ prejudice, but the red thread of fate keeps them connected in their reincarnations. Two boys, who have felt as though they were always missing someone in their life, meet in University. First year Pharm (Fluke) meets the Swimming captain P’Dean (Ohm) when his best friend signs up for the club. The pair continue to run into each other and the connection they feel is palpable.

On a more objective note, Until We Meet Again is phenomenal! The character’s are complex and the storyline is intricate and emotive. It was so thoughtfully done, especially how both boys had to work through the fact that they were essentially two people. I don’t think I’ve cried so much! This is such a gem – the plot, the actors, the score and New’s stunning cinematography make the watching experience wonderful. I also loved the side characters – Samantha is a Queen in general and I loved her as Manow. Boun and Prem’s character’s were also a good aspect and I look forward to seeing their development in their upcoming own series.


Thanks for reading! Do you agree or disagree with my ranking, let me know in the comments. Or let me know some good bl’s that I should also check out.

I hope you’re having a lovely day and staying safe β™₯

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