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Amami's a low-man on the totem pole at a tiny start-up firm—and his superior Hachidori really seems to have it out for him. They've got history themselves, which helps nothing, but one evening, Amami learns Hachidori's deepest, darkest secret…which tilts his impression of the guy on its head.
诱惑的挑逗 魅惑仕掛け甘い罠 魅惑机关 甜蜜陷阱 Lured into a Sweet Trap Miwaku Shikake Amai Wana Miwaku Shikake: Amai Wana Miwakujikake Amai Wana
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I can't believe it ends I want more and the story needs more chapters!! poor Amami-kun, we don't know what will happen to him. Is that a one time only? Will they have a proper relationship? will hacchidori keeps deceiving him until he's tired of it and then that's the end ?
Another chapter please
I liked this very much (especially after a second reading), and found it a lot of fun and very different from the run of the mill story. I think there's a possibility that this couple might appear again at some point. The fact that details were withheld (final page) indicates a more than casual interest, and it would be great if the magaka tied up the loose ends. Hope there will be more to read.
... Last updated on December 30th, 2013, 11:31pm
I liked it
I surprisingly liked this a lot! When September Scans gave a warning in regards to the homophobia, I didn't think I'd like it but it was done so well. Someone commented about how there are people out there like the main character, and they're absolutely right. When he gave comments like 'faggot' and all that, you're SUPPOSED to side-eye him, you're supposed to think 'wow what a bigoted guy'. That said, I didn't hate him at all, he was really cute despite the homophobic slurs ha.
I wish it was longer...
The art as usual was fantastic and I love the way the author draws the characters expressions.Overall I liked the manga a lot but I think it should have been longer. That way sensei could develop the plot and characters more. It has potential, but for a 3 chapter story it was good.
I actually thought the homophobia was done pretty okay (and as a reference to the comment below me, I'm sorry, but I definitely disagree. Koisuru boukun is done so tastelessly and annoying in regards to homophobia, at least Amami had a legitimate trauma) I think the biggest problem was that it got rushed. The story would have been so much better if they were able to have actual romantic development
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rather than just leave the end at a one night stand kinda thing
I also really love the whole drag queen thing, it's not very common and I was really excited to see that in action, but ended without any hot semes in dresses (was I the only one waiting for that?!) Hachidori was kind of a jerk, but if there were more chapters and development, I think it had the potential to be a pretty good story.
... Last updated on June 26th, 2014, 6:24am
It is a work by Nekota-sensei, and the artwork is really good, but to be honest the plot is bad...and the uke is an annoying homophobe (even the one in Koisuru boukun isn't like that) but still he will fall in love with the seme?? I couldn't even finish reading it all..
Indifferent, but ...
This feeling might be related to the fact, that the plot just had 3 chapters for development and that's a rather limited range. Seeing this, the characters a pretty well created and have their distinctive personalities, which you can recognize right away from the first introduction. The drawing style of the author is - as usual - really likeable and in it's own way attractive.
As for the storyline, IMO it was interesting and the homophobia aspect wasn't that bad executed, as you can see it in some of those "PWP" oneshots out there. The character has at least it's reasons to act the way he does, which are introduced in short flashbacks, that are (if you consider the age he during those times) to some level understandable, even if his behaviour could be disliked by some readers. In my eyes it was bearable and rather funny, since on the other hand the personality of the guy paired up with him is also not all that great and rather pushy. That's why it somewhat seemed like he triggered that behaviour and dragged him into those childish reactions.
In conclusion I would recommend this story for those, that are looking for something funny and able to kill some time without getting to much into it. You will get to see some eyecandy artwork and some unpredictable twists. ^^
Not for everyone
I think the story had great potential, but because of people's narrow mindedness, I can't help but feel that it got axed before the story every started. The first two chapters were building up to the point Amami, despite his phobia, will fall for Haichidori, but for whatever reason, the third chapter was rushed and basically ruined it in a big way. I really dislike NTR and this felt like it ended on that note :\
I feel as if this manga was written by homophobes who want to perpetuate the negative stereotype that gay men are predatory rapists set on corrupting "poor" heterosexuals. This manga presents an unrealistic and threatening depiction of gay men, that if anything, justifies homophobes' worst fears. The characters are 2 dimensional and the plot is rushed. The drawing style is ok, and that's pretty much the only positive thing I can say about it.
As always, Nekota Yonezou's artwork was flawless. I'll read whatever she makes, just for that, really. The plot was original, and I really didn't expect that ending. You don't get surprised very often when you've read yaoi for ten years, but this did.
But surprising twist aside, it felt rushed and unfinished. Even with the twist intact, it would have suited this story much better, if it was volume-length (like, two more chapters or something like that). It felt too tailor-made for and compromised by magazines.