Manga creator Fūka Mizutani revealed on September 21 that their Love at Fourteen (14-sai no Koi) manga will end in the 37th issue of Hakusensha‘s Rakuen (Le Paradis) magazine on October 29. The magazine’s official Twitter account confirmed the announcement on the same day.
Yen Press is releasing the manga in English, and describes the story:
The second year of junior high is when most students are in the throes of puberty and feeling the pangs of first love. It’s no different for Kanata Tanaka and Kazuki Yoshikawa, a boy and a girl who have been friends since elementary school.
But even though Kanata and Kazuki are at the same point in life as their classmates, an air of adulthood sets the two apart. Kanata is taller and more attractive than the other girls, but the boys stay away because she seems too mature for them. Kazuki too stands out from the other boys, but the girls are wary of him because he seems like a player. And so, Kanata and Kazuki are thrown together in a tale of two very adult students falling in love like the teenagers they are.
Mizutani launched the manga in Rakuen in 2010. Hakusensha published the manga’s 11th compiled book volume in December 2020. Yen Press published the 10th volume on June 29.