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Iizuka's gay, and unfortunately for him it's an open secret among his co-workers, who all but whisper about it the second he turns his back. Even worse, he begins falling for his new boss, Takase--at least until they go out drinking one night and Iizuka wakes up the next morning with no memory of what happened.
Chapters 3-5 are about a man (the one lizuka almost slept with in chapter 1) who is on a search for love and then he bumps into a little girl and takes her back home to her father who might just be his destiny.
**According to Dangerous Pleasure there is a 2nd volume.
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The second story is, hands down, THE BEST
The first story was fine, cute and all but completely pales in comparison to the second story.
The only disappointing aspect of it was that they never actually did anything more than
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cuddle together through the night.
But, hey, that just added to the adorable aspect. Plus, like most of the work from this mangaka, the characters are completely realistic. I find this especially difficult with single parents in the yaoi genre.
Also, these two types of characters are [i]definitely[i] my favorite. Full of heart. <3
... Last updated on December 26th, 2013, 6:19pm
So frickin' good
So my type of yaoi- love, love, love. Art (typical of Suzuki Tsuta) is lovely and unique, story (typical of Suzuki Tsuta) is awesome. She has this sort of melancholy-sardonic-funny-but-serious vibe in her work that's just so dang likable. The first story was pretty good, but the second story- man, that was funny, romantic, and sexy. I seriously died when
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Kouji was all, "I did something bad to a little girl".
For a mangaka who can write about working characters so realistically, she's got a really good sense of comedic timing. Definitely recommend!
... Last updated on October 20th, 2013, 4:09pm
Second story rocks :3
The first story (chapter 1 and 2) is definitely cute but I doubt there's anything to it beyond that. The pacing is rather rushed and, although these are two adorable characters, because everything is so stilted and fast-paced, they seem to lack motivation. They say they love each other, which is fine, but in the end of the day you don't quite know why. Overall it is a nice story, but hardly compelling. Tomorrow I won't remember their names.
The second story is much, much better. Even though there is no sexual action at all, the chemistry between Kouji-kun and Shirou-san is palpable. Probably because of that, the pacing is not so distracting in this one. I loved Michi, the daughter, too. Really sweet and funny. I wish the whole volume was about this little new family and I can't wait to read more of it (if the 2nd volume comes to be, that is).
The art is just beautiful, really to my taste.
... Last updated on October 7th, 2013, 12:23pm
I wasn't expecting both stories to be amazing...I was already squealing with the first story and the second one just to me by complete surprise. The only downside is that there isn't more chapters, I love this manga too much :'(
Ugh, that last story just, urgh. So good yet so *Frustrating!*, so complex and so much depth for a 2 chapter story! Dang it, I wish to read more of that great quality manga to the end! ~sigh~ also, it leaves me with the desire to know how it turned out for those 2 in the end T.T huu~
I really enjoy the bittersweet/sweet stories here. Learning to love, finding love, getting over past hurts, it's moments of reality with happy endings...but I need more! More chapters! Must have more!! Anyone know when they'll be posting more? Not sure if I can express my need for more without using the word "more" a thousand ...more...times. I really, really love the art. "Wild and Strawberry" has this art too and it makes me happy.
Such a lame review, sorry. Not my night for eloquence.
the art is nice and neat..well she's a bit of odd character user like using middle aged man..the uke personality is actually the seme and such. so i really enjoy tsuta sensei's work.
i only had the chance to read only the first story and it was hmmn, interesting. an ONNA inside a man's body in a unsual attack hard to describe but its really sweet and adorable story. this isnt about the sex its about story.
It's actually way better than I first thought it would be.
Chapter 1-2 were really good, featuring the relationship of co-workers and rumors at the work place. The characters were well made and interesting. Nothing much new, but really well done.
Indeed, not much sex. But the story compensates for it. Very cute, especially all the blushing and misunderstandings. The art is of course very good.
The third chapter is also an interesting one and tells the story of a lonely 27yr old guy looking for his destined one... Quite sweet and amusing.
Wow, my favourite English scanalation group doing one of my favourite mangaka's work? What's not to love?
I quite liked this story. If you are looking for a lot of action and sex, this probably isn't for you. Yes, there is a sex scene, but this story is honestly more about the relationship, which is something I really adore in a story. Suzuki Tsuta is relatively new to comics from what I can tell, but I love her art style and her pacing, evrything fits well, it feels like there isn't filler or wasted space. As for her art, the style is clean and crisp. There is a very reserved use of screen tones in this, which seem to have been set aside in preference for heavy black and white contrast and a great use of varying line weights, something else I wish there were more of in manga. The facial features really stand out thanks to that, and just gives this manga an awesome feel to it.
Seriously, go read it.
Also, props to Vices 'n' Devices for always bringing me something great with clean editing too, love the art in the things they do. And to DP, who just does so much in general, nice to see them working together.
Can't quite pinpoint exactly what it is that I love about this story, apart from that it's sweetly, awkwardly, touching. Oh, and the art's nice and clean, as always.