Haitoku wa Amaku Mushibamu, by AYUKAWA Mio

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Haitoku wa Amaku Mushibamu, by AYUKAWA Mio Title: Haitoku wa Amaku Mushibamu
Author: AYUKAWA Mio
ISBN# 4-09-130568-7
Flower Comics, 2006

I have no shame! I bought this purely for the smutty cover ^_^ Look at it! There can be no doubt that this is a smutty shoujo manga! Seriously! So watch out. If you can’t handle smut, you can skip this summary right now. I am not really sure what the title of this volume means. Something about Perversion/Corruption, and sweetness/innocence and being eaten away… XD My, it sounds naughty already! There really isn’t too much of a plot in this book, but I really didn’t mind, what with all the nice art and the bishounen eyecandy. See those guys on the cover? They are TWINS! Yay! The art in this is rather nice. The guys are hot, and the heroine has large chest for a shoujo heroine XD

This is a rare shoujo manga story in that there actually isn’t much of a love triangle in it. I know, it looks like there should be one from the cover, but this book is actually a HAPPY THREESOME manga! Why should the heroine have to pick one of the cute guys and break the triangle, when she could have BOTH? XD

Really, this book is like a yaoi fangirl’s fantasy or something (maybe that is why it cracked me up so much ^_^), especially when there are chapter covers that look like THIS inside! Anyway, this is the story of a girl named Anna. She loves sweets. Fortunately for her, her boyfriend Toranosuke, is a pastry chef. He is always baking delightful treats for Anna, and she can’t resist eating them. Toranosuke is an adorable, cheerful, “genki” type of guy. He likes Anna a lot, and they are a “sweet” couple. ^_^ (Hah, hah) Unfortunately, eating all those sweets isn’t good for Anna’s teeth, so she is soon forced to see a dentist. Amazingly enough, the dentist is someone she knows- Ryuunosuke, Toranosuke’s older twin brother! Ryuu looks just like Tora-kun, however he is much more serious, and he wears glasses. The twins have opposite personalities, however they have one thing more in common besides their looks. Ryuu also happens to like Anna very much, and steals a kiss from her while she is in the dentist chair! (Tsk! How unprofessional!) Anna is shocked, but finds herself responding to Ryuu’s advances. Ryuu is more serious and intense about his passion, while Tora is more carefree. Soon Anna can’t decide between the twins, but they helpfully take the choice away from her when they BOTH offer themselves to her… together! O_O Oh MY… Things get pretty wacky from there. Anna is in a steamy, illicit kind of relationship with two brothers together at the same time… naturally outside forces will create friction and some internal jealousies will pop up, but it all works out in the end…. after much smut of course! :D There is a sidestory at the end of the volume about one of the supporting characters in the main story. It manages to be a pretty smutterific chapter as well ^_^;;

is not cute like a shoujo manga heroine.
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