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This tale of forbidden fruit is ripe with angst and taboo. Nineteen year old college girl Kasumi is traveling in Italy after a painful breakup. In Rome, she meets a handsome Japanese man and, knowing nothing about him, not even his name, she has a one-night stand with him. There should have been no chance of them meeting again, but when Kasumi gets back to Japan, she learns that fate has played a cruel trick! The man she slept with was Yoshiki...her younger brother!! And that's only the start of it...
忌禁的恋人 犯罪天使 罪に濡れたふたり Ước Mơ Xanh Forbidden Love Together We are Drenched in Sin Two Soaked in Sin Two, Soaked in Sin
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My fav :)
This is the first time I read incest...honestly, incest is my fetish, especially older sister and younger brother thing That's why this is my fav incest manga all the time. Sadly it's not completely scanlated. The story is cliche, lot of smut, and sometimes the female lead is annoying and indescisive. But I though it was pretty normal considering that she was confused in her love affair. When sibling get separated when child and met again after they both were adult, it's harder to see the other party as sibling. the story is a ill bit dragged to me but still worth to read
Kasumi is annoying
I like stories like this, but unfortunately the protaganist's indeciveness and insecurity has been taken to an extreme in this story (to highlight the melodrama aspect, I guess) and it is irritating. 90% of the troubles they face is probably because she couldn't decide what she wanted, who she wanted, and what she was going to do about it. The story would have been a lot better with an emotionally strong and mentally strong female lead. Just because it's melodrama doesn't mean the female lead has to be weak.
And a lot of "No, I can't tell him!" had me screaming "YES YOU OBVIOUSLY CAN" at the page. She's usually not at fault, but she feels like it and it screws with the mood. Oh, and one last thing: Kasumi should stop being an ass and cheating on Yoshiki with rapey Kazuki.
... Last updated on June 23rd, 2013, 6:37pm
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what the hell the brother and sister at the end get married and live happily ever after?
thats just sick unless im missing something please fill me in other wise im not reading this crap of a joke this is just to gross! please tell me are they real siblings or not i haven't even read 1 page yet if i get the answer that im looking for it'll help me make the choice to read or not to read!
even if i love the art of this Author and work but this story is just too much. i so wish they weren't real blood related siblings but i guess thats just not it.
actually i wanna fast reading today... then i see this series. interesting, pretty good, like the romance... though a little bit boring coz the story move on slow pace.. this is first incest manga i've read, whatever as long as it's different gender....
... Last updated on August 17th, 2010, 11:48am
A very meaningful story...
This story is terribly sentimental, yet irresistibly sexy and very well-drawn! It drives you nuts at times with its unexpected twists and the characters' promiscuity, and yet you are unable to break away and hunger for what happens next. Unlike the highschool-ish chick-flick kind of love story like Boku wa Imōto ni Koi o Suru, Tsumi ni Nureta Futari's love story is deeper, more mature, more sweetly agonizing...
I wouldn't put it as one of my favorite reads but hell, I'm addicted to it!!
I avoid incest manga at all costs, so I have no idea what I was thinking when I started this manga. By now I fully regret making that decision - not because Tsumi ni Nureta Futari is bad, but because it's addictive! Yes, everything is exceedingly cliche and hackneyed, but it's well-done cliche. Kasumi is a bit stronger and more independent than your typical shoujo ditz, and she doesn't let herself be used or treated like an object. None of the guys are the smut-rapist stereotype. Kitagawa has a great, creative layout technique, which makes her good at portraying emotion and very good at portraying sex without actually showing it.
Still, 18 volumes of this is just too much. I can't imagine anyone could fill that many pages with fresh material. I'm sure that by the 6th volume or so everything will start to feel old.
That's 6 volumes of good times, though.
... Last updated on November 2nd, 2009, 9:49pm
Tsumi ni Nureta Futari
This story is good but really it's still disturbing depending on which way you look at it what parent would be happily looking forward to their kids getting married to each other none so i see the mother trying to break them up as a normal reaction i only read a few chapters so i can't say this is bad i did read the spoiler of how it ends because i wanted to know and it had been awhile since a new chapter had been released and i really only wanted to know how it ends it ended kind of dramatic but this is shoujo so it's kind of what i expected not a bad manga it just has a taboo romance
I know most people reject incest but if people love each other I think they should be together but they shouldn't have kids because of the genetic disorder point of view but adoption is always considered.
I dont think people should disgrace them so quickly because love has no boundries.
Series is very good- bittersweet, drama, and of course love
Thanks Black Hole!
I've been wondering about this friggin manga forever! I could read the scanlated volumes but yeah, it's been a long time and I doubt they'll finish scanlating it. As Yazzilicous said, I can finally get it out of my mind..since even though I knew it wasn't being scanlated, I kept on checking for updates every once in a while. I'm satisfied with that ending
Thanks black hole! :D
To Black Hole:
My uni unfortunately does not offer Japanese classes and I haven't had the time to learn it myself on the side. With the lack of releases (and without the look of any on the way,) I was annoyed.
Thank you so much for telling me how it ended, now I can finally get it out of my mind. Perhaps I am a little mad that I only was able to read half of the manga but at the same time, 9 more volumes parent vs. kids?