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From DramaQueen: Reona is a college student, working hard at the Kaizaki family's Tokyo castle. Ruling over this castle is the young master, Kaizaki-sama. Amidst chores and strict obedience, who would have thought that Kaizaki-sama's discipline of Reona would lead to a fairytale romance?!
Also contains two oneshots: A Yokohama Story - ch 4 Killing Me Tenderly - ch5
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Funny and Sexy!
Only Ougi Yuzuha sensei can write manga that has a great kind of humor while having sad or serious moments as well and keeping the men and the sex so hot! I love the mix! It's laugh-out-loud funny, the men are manly and the smut is super smexy and uncencored. I found this to be hilarious, it was really a highly entertaining read! When I first read one of her works I found her style to be a bit weird but it's grown on me and Ougi Yuzuha sensei has become my personal queen of sex and I find her men incredibly beautiful. Do not try to take this seriously! Neither the story nor the characters are meant to be taken seriously or meant to be believable! It's a comedy! They're way over the top and exaggerated, it's meant to make you laugh not think "Oh this isn't realistic!"
... Last updated on September 30th, 2012, 8:06am
Bwaha seriously, idk why people are hating. I thought it was really funny how the uke is so dense! And how Dahnna would set up traps for him. I love love love ougi yuzuha she is omazing!! I didnt really like the second story tho :/ but i did love the first. The art is perty good for a yr 2003
This was pretty entertaining for me. The main story and the one involving the dentist anyway. I didn't much care for the
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violent rape oneshot.
The humor worked for me, though it wasn't side-splitting hilarious. I did not feel any legitimate connection with the characters, but to me it didn't seem like that was even a goal. It was a comedy really, not something heartfelt to be taken seriously. I actually HATE the cover artwork, but found the actual art to be much more acceptable. Overall much better than I had expected.
... Last updated on December 12th, 2011, 1:43am
the only thing i liked here is the afterword. the stories are unbelievable, the humour doesn't reach me, and the odd mix between serious, melodramatic, and humourous moments just pushed me around so i never actually formed any kind of affinity for any of the characters.
the artwork is... very uneven. and that's not because the bodies are "too masculine" -- i prefer masculine over girly any day. i really like the front cover. i like the first page. a lot of the backgrounds are beautiful. but they look like they were drawn by somebody else; they don't fit with the character art. for me ougi's character design oscillates between beautiful and butt-ugly, and it tears me out of the story every time. which means the sex, while nicely graphic, also doesn't do much for me, and that makes the manga a total loss.
... Last updated on March 20th, 2011, 5:53am
LOL as in LOL
This is very funny yaoi manga. One might find the story stupid or not depending in ones expectation. Worth a try.
I begun to appreciate the mangaka works when I finished Brother 2. The first work I read from her (is not Brother) didn't make an impression from me.
... Last updated on July 1st, 2009, 8:52pm
Bizarre... and funny
Okay, so the storyline is kinda stupid and, yeah, unbelievable, and Reona is incredibly naive, but all this ridiculousness is oddly entertaining. Plus no girly uke (or girly seme for that matter) here, thank god... just guys with luscious, masculine bodies. I say *READ IT*... you'll be in for a few WTFs and definitely some laughs.
... Last updated on April 7th, 2009, 9:02pm
As much as I love reading about dramatic/serious series, sometimes, I like to read uncomplicated stories like this one. This one was funny (although I must say, it was pretty unrealistic) and the storyline was pretty good to keep me interested till the very end.... However, I just have one question... How come all of her main characters look the same in each of her manga? The couple in this manga, in the brother series, and the star series look similar/same. Does anyone else think that or is it just me?
This one was super funny. Imagine the time Kaizaki must have spent setting up all those plates! The totally gullible Reona was a lovable dupe. Add to the mix Reona's protective (and apparently only semi-balanced person) and I found a recipe for great enjoyment in BL-dom. I love the beautiful and explicit drawings of Ougi-sensei. So lush and sparkly and brave. Her story-telling always draws me in and affects my emotions within a few pages. Her characters seem to jump off the page!
... Last updated on August 18th, 2008, 5:52am
Masculin doesn't mean it's not yaoi
after all, yaoi is about gay MEN, not gay men who act like women....although most have gay men acting like women...but anyways, i'm just saying as a reply to "grumble cakes" that just because this is more masculin than the "usual" feminin ukes you get in a yaoi series, doesn't mean it's "un-yaoi". i found the artwork quite sexy, but the plot was kind of...non-existant...lol...i think the artist just wanted to draw some pr0n and just stuck a random plot somewhere....x3~ wouldn't say i recommend it, but if you want a little...uh.....eyecandy? smex candy? dunno, but a light, non-angsty read, you should just take a look =3
the story is kind of unrealistic and crappy but still the manga ka has a lovely and sweet style that can keeps you hooked up to the end. how ever, don't expect too much from this story. she has better works which deserve to get more attention than this one.