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Choko Kuze is the sensible daughter of a venerable family who went bankrupt. She joins a real estate company as an entry-level office worker, but her eccentric boss is harder on her than anyone else in the company! After hearing him inadvertently call her "milady," she realizes he was the young servant boy she knew as a child. At work he's a tyrant, but after hours he insists on treating her like a lady of the nobility. Is romance even possible for a couple locked in such a crazy role reversal?
蝶よ花よ 蝶子小姐 蝶恋花 애지중지 Butterflies, Flowers Butterfly or Flower Chiyou yo Hana yo Cho yo Hana yo Chouyo Hanayo Ma petite maitresse (French) Mein Chef & Diener O Butterfly O Flower
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OMG this manga is like awesome^^" and cute and funny. hohoho it's interesting to read though theres adult themes and I knwo 60% of viewers are under 18 reading this buh oh well~ no1 cares...lol Yes anyways read this manga its funny and interesting (Y) ~~
As expected from Yoshihara Yuki, a must read
I love this manga I seriously laughed so hard atht my mo thought I was doing something illegal lol. A/ws Yuki-san did a awesome job with thia manga, she usually makes the girl into the pervy-sex crazed one but this time its the guy and I can't help but love this story even more. I wish I was someones 'Lady'
The ending was kinda blah, it was a let down for me. Maybe a volume or two would have made this a better story. Some of the A-B-C story lines could have been expanded, giving the characters more depth. But Yoshihara Yuki is know for her smutty characters so...whatever. I genuinely liked this manga, so I caved in and bought the remaining three volumes (6-8). This manga in my opinion is one of the best the mangaka has ever produced.
It's not really how i thought ut would be... Since it's unexpectedly funny and lovable!! And i'm pretty much sure the "mature" genre of this is not really a mature type manga but literally it is mature... I mean... Like fore mature thinker audience BUT! this manga can be read by young adults too.... It's just the wau characters talks here is very mature (there i think i got my point!) I digress... But it's really funny... Definitely reccomend this to everyone who likes a different taste of manga!!! (^_^)
... Last updated on August 1st, 2010, 9:52pm
Those of you guys who complains that the manga is perverted - come on, a majority of Yoshihara-san's manga falls under the Smut category, so of course it's a little ecchi.
What I like about the mangaka's work is that it's done tastefully and quite close-to-life scenarios. Her artwork's simple yet elegant at the same time - that's what make me a big fan of Yoshihara-san's work.
Yoshihara Yuki is such a good mangaka, I'm never bored when reading when of her stories. It's a great mix of comedy with just enough drama to still keep you entertained. She's so good at balancing the two. I had no desire to skip any chapters.
Her stories are always over the top comedy. This one was not as over-the-top as Darling wa Namamonon ni Tsuki, but I think that just makes me like it even more. There were a lot of scenes that just makes you bite your nails anxiously, although, you never really worry for the main couple.
Quite satisfying, wish they had a few omakes on life after marriage. I look forward to more works by this woman.
just the right amount of everything
I statred to read this manga because of the comments, although not very favourable, but it cought my attention, and I can say it was worth it. It is just the right amount of everything, commedy, smut and romance. There is a somewhat cliche in the chief-subordinate relationship, but still very cute, and just really funny. which suprised me. The humor is really good, and I laughed a couple of times very loudly, literraly LOL..because of the unexpected storyline at some parts. But the ending was: what the...?!?!. It really is not an ending, and I don't think this is complete manga. Perhaps it went on hiatus, or the mangaka really was forced to cut it like that...I don't know the reason, but its dissapointing. Anyway, good refreshing read, not too time consuming, and I give it a 9.
... Last updated on December 3rd, 2011, 5:18am
imo, the best yoshihara yuki work
i've read some of her work before and had always dropped them after the first volume or two. The characters were either too annoying or boring. HOWEVER, in this work, the heroine, Chouko, is likable and she doesn't spaz out like previous Yoshihara heroines. The main guy is the spaz here! =D The side characters are also really likable and funny. Those characters who came off as villains in the beginning are actually pretty nice and become good friends to the main guy and girl.
and moreover, this manga is really funny!
Funny, but crass!
I read the available chapters and loved it... and I couldn't wait to read more, so I went and read the Chinese version... I got very put-off by the "medicine" they used when the main character got sick - I thought it was too crass. Things didn't get any better and the humor starts to seem repetitive so I give it up! What a pity! I love the artwork and I quite enjoyed 'Venus ni Arazu'!
... Last updated on October 28th, 2010, 4:52am
When I first read this, I find it very intriguing, romantic and laugh-out-loud funny. But eventually, it got very boring especially when hero's ex-girlfriend enters the picture. Somehow, I already knew how the story's going to be ended from that midpoint. Such a shame cause it has a very interesting characters and premise. I just don't like the direction where it's going and was expecting something better.