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Features the same homophobic brother from , but this time as the main character!
Contains an extra story called Bokutachi no Shippai in v.5 featuring Masaki and Morinaga's big brother Kunihiro.
Morinaga, who has always met selfish partners his whole life, cannot even hope to find a partner that loves him back for who he is and this breaks my heart even more.
He was so happy that Senpai remembers his name now, that he tries to explain some of his actions even though in the past he didn't bother at all.
One character is drugged, cannot move and gets raped by the other. Later the rapist say he's sorry but that it's also the victim's fault for disregarding his feelings. I couldn't suspend my disbelief enough to accept someone would forgive their rapist and let rape be trivialised that way.... Tatsumi was so fragile, so vulnerable, but yet so fierce.
Last updated on May 2nd, 2015, pm Was the third yaoi I ever read and I initially hated it because of the homophobia and rape scene. But I came back eventually and fell in love with the characters. I even read the original story Challengers which I don't like as much though it explains a few things that Koisuru Boukun didn't bother to. Takanaga did wonder with this character - making him so three dimensional.I'm keeping toes and fingers crossed for more of this fantastic series. Tyrann Mathieu may have had a lot of off-field problems entering the NFL Draft, but a girlfriend wasn’t one.He brightens up with the simpliest things and this is sooo angsty for me as a reader.Morinaga gets to "sleep" with him only after a lot of sweet-talking, going on and on about how kind Senpai is and how much he loves him and in return he gets to have sex with no real feelings attached, where he does all the hard work ina body-worshiping kind of way, and even if they happen to sleep together after the act, Senpai hits him and acts cold as soon as he wakes up under the guise of being shy and not comfortable enough. However, at this point, even though Morinaga swallowed all these insults and abuse and apologized to Tatsumi a thousand times (he replies with an "I'm sorry" almost every other panel) for being gay or for wanting more and even though Morinaga confessed in the most endearing ways and had tons of sex with Tatsumi, it breaks my heart that the only thing he has accomplished is being Senpai's assistant at work, housekeeper and personal whore in bed.And as for the arguments that their relationship is mostly non-con, then you need to be able to read subtlety better. Tatsumi, the more hottie of the two main characters was so bang-able. I also loved that Tatsumi was no damsel in distress even though his beauty made him seemed so fragile.