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Soy Sauce Face ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Soy Sauce Face By Sedonia Guillone ⚣ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Sometimes the best kept secret is the one you keep from yourself I m an ordinary man with an ordinary life in every way Except for Jun That s what I think to myself every night when I watch Jun gettin Sometimes the best kept secret is the one you keep from yourself I m an ordinary man with an ordinary life in every way Except for Jun That s what I think to myself every night when I watch Jun getting ready for his work as a bar host in Kabukicho He s everything I m not He s the beautiful, graceful, sociable and ambitious counterpart to me a hulking, reclusive, completely unambitious guy who d rather fix car and motorcycle engines all day than interact with people I d be happy if Jun Soy Sauce PDF/EPUB or just stayed here with me the rest of our lives, in this little apartment we d once shared with Dad But Jun has other plans Or so Jun thinks One night he gets ready and goes to work But a tragic occurrence derails his career and all his plans for the futureThrough the eyes of his best friend, Tomo, the man who loves him above all others, Jun will be forced to confront himself, his deepest fears, hates, desires And his deepest love.

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  • Soy Sauce Face
  • Sedonia Guillone
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  • 09 August 2017

About the Author: Sedonia Guillone

Multi published, award nominated author, Sedonia Guillone is the owner operator of Ai Press, publisher of erotic romances in all genres Please come and visit ai pressShe lives on the water in Florida with a Renaissance man who paints, writes poetry and tells her she s the sweetest nymph he s ever met When she s not writing erotic romance, she loves watching spaghetti westerns, Jet Li and samurai flicks, cuddling, and eating chocolate She writes both man man and man woman erotic romances and hopes you ll find something here you like.



10 thoughts on “Soy Sauce Face

  1. Nancy Nancy says:

    Cross posted at Shelf Inflicted and at Outlaw Reviews This is a lovely story about Tomo and Jun, two Japanese men who have been close friends since childhood Abandoned by his mother at a very young age, Jun is raised by Tomo s father and the boys lived together as brothers Jun is now 27, working late hours as a bar host while Tomo has a secure job as a mechanic The two remain very close, but their different schedules prevent them from spending a lot of time together A brutal assault in a dar Cross posted at Shelf Inflicted and at Outlaw Reviews This is a lovely story about Tomo and Jun, two Japanese men who have been close friends since childhood Abandoned by his mother at a very young age, Jun is raised by Tomo s father and the boys lived together as brothers Jun is now 27, working late hours as a bar host while Tomo has a secure job as a mechanic The two remain very close, but their different schedules prevent them from spending a lot of time together A brutal assault in a dark alley leaves Jun hospitalized and worried about his future Told from Tomo s point of view, we get glimpses of his strength, vulnerability, and insecurity Though his body is muscular and calloused from physical labor, he is a gentle soul who is deeply in love with and protective of Jun Jun is Tomo s physical opposite, and thesociable one of the two His unresolved abandonment issues, however, keep his pain and feelings for Tomo from surfacing Eventually, the friendship, love and trust they have for each other enables them to heal their emotional wounds and expose their hearts I really enjoyed this beautiful and moving story and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a thoughtful and touching romance Have some tissues handy Thanks to Vivian from Bookie Nookie s Erotic Lending Group for lending this to me.

  2. Arthur Arthur says:

    4.5 stars Jun s mother left him when he was young Since then, he was raised by the Nakadais, the family of his best friend, Tomo Jun and Tomo grew up together and at one point Tomo s father officially adopted Jun The three of them Tomo s mother already died a while ago lived in an apartment in Tokyo Tomo had a feeling for his adopted brother, but he never told Jun When the father died, Jun started to work as a bar host, which sometimes involved spending the night with clients Jun s decis 4.5 stars Jun s mother left him when he was young Since then, he was raised by the Nakadais, the family of his best friend, Tomo Jun and Tomo grew up together and at one point Tomo s father officially adopted Jun The three of them Tomo s mother already died a while ago lived in an apartment in Tokyo Tomo had a feeling for his adopted brother, but he never told Jun When the father died, Jun started to work as a bar host, which sometimes involved spending the night with clients Jun s decision to work as a host made Tomo sad, but he couldn t do anything since Jun was an adult Even though they still lived together in the the father s apartment, they rarely spent time together Jun had to go at night and slept during the day and Tomo kept himself busy with his job as a mechanic An attack on Jun, however, changed everything Tomo s carefully nursed Jun Only to learn that Jun had signed a lease for another apartment a month ago I liked reading this book The author spent time in describing the impact of their parents actions on their lives The Japanese setting is also nice Tomo is a typical Japanese man who keeps his duty as an older brother Jun still has to deal with the abandonment issue Interestingly, I read this on the same day of reading The Decisions We Make, another story on boys who are raised as brothers but fall for each other Here, however, the MCs are already adults Jun is 27, I think, and Tomo is older so decisions have to made by themselves without the luxury of parental wisdom

  3. Lena Grey Lena Grey says:

    If you find even one true friend in this lifetime, you re very fortunate This is what Tomo s Dad in Soy Sauce Face by Sedonia Guillone often said Tomo wants to be Jun s one true friend, but Jun s insecurities, and his own, prevent this from happening Tomo must realize that if he wants to experience love unconditionally means he must first love and nurture himself Tomo is a very kind and gentle man who worships Jun The only problem with worshiping someone is that the pedestal upon which If you find even one true friend in this lifetime, you re very fortunate This is what Tomo s Dad in Soy Sauce Face by Sedonia Guillone often said Tomo wants to be Jun s one true friend, but Jun s insecurities, and his own, prevent this from happening Tomo must realize that if he wants to experience love unconditionally means he must first love and nurture himself Tomo is a very kind and gentle man who worships Jun The only problem with worshiping someone is that the pedestal upon which you ve placed them can become so high that the object of your affection is unreachable Tomo is bit aware of the sacrifice he s making just to be in Jun s life, i.e., denying himself basic needs, having no life of his own, and putting himself down, just to keep Jun up on the pedestal which Tomo has created in his mind It takes a tragedy to break the cycle which has caused things to become so off balance, regroup, and put things right.Jun broke my heart, with his obvious denial of his feelings about his mother and about Tomo In his mind, it was his fault that his mother left him Jun believes that there is something wrong with him that makes him unworthy of love Before Tomo s father died, Jun was happy, although he never entirely believed that Dad and Tomo loved him but after his death, Jun started running away from himself and Tomo, fast and furiously Unfortunately, when he did, he was running from the very thing that he needed most Jun needs to absolve himself from any guilt connecting him to his mother s desertion Jun needs to recapture the affection and security of the good times he had with the only two people in his life who ever truly loved him Tomo and his father only then will he be able to express his joy.This is an intense, well paced and well written story Although it features some glamorous people and places it s not a fairy tale It s a realistic look at life in the Japanese culture, emphasizing a formal, exotic tone Tomo s narrative draws us deeply into his feelings, making them evenpoignant Regardless of culture differences, many of life s challenges, especially concerning love, are universal For all of us, love doesn t just happen love must be nurtured in order to grow and, as any successful couple knows, the best relationships of all begin with a firm foundation of friendship I recommend this story to anyone who enjoys an extraordinary story of love, loyalty, sacrifice, forgiveness, and redemption and can appreciate the idea that being married to your best friend is one of the greatest gifts in the Universe Thanks, Sedonia, for moving my heart and making me think.NOTE This book was provided by Ai Press for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews

  4. Jeff Erno Jeff Erno says:

    Soy Sauce Face is a very beautiful friends to lovers story that incorporates elements of yaoi but does not fully embrace the Seme uke heteronormative gender roles that are typically depicted The story is told in first person narrative by Tomo, the Seme character He is masculine, rugged, and clearly the top His love interest is Jun, his best friend since childhood Jun is opposite Tomo in almost every way Tomo is a mechanic Jun works as an escort Tomo does not dress fashionably, is rather Soy Sauce Face is a very beautiful friends to lovers story that incorporates elements of yaoi but does not fully embrace the Seme uke heteronormative gender roles that are typically depicted The story is told in first person narrative by Tomo, the Seme character He is masculine, rugged, and clearly the top His love interest is Jun, his best friend since childhood Jun is opposite Tomo in almost every way Tomo is a mechanic Jun works as an escort Tomo does not dress fashionably, is rather reserved socially, and is a manly sort of man Jun is softer,delicate, and very refined He has manicured hands and a wardrobe of the most fashionable clothing He s slender whereas Tomo is broad shouldered and bulkier.This contrast is the ideal set up for a perfect yaoi story But the most wonderful thing about this relationship is the fact that it is Tomo who appears most vulnerable His emotions are laid bare, utterly exposed to the reader, simply because he is the one telling the story Being able to see inside his head gives us a wonderful glimpse of Tomo s self doubt, his dependency, and his intense, all consuming love for this beautiful boy Jun Tomo s devotion and dedication to Jun, to the point of tremendous self sacrifice, is achingly beautiful.It s not that we don t also see Jun s vulnerabilities But we see them through the loving eyes of Tomo It becomes so easy to understand why Tomo places Jun on a pedestal and idealizes him The smaller boy has such inner strength He s weathered so much tragedy in his short life, and the couple have leaned upon each other through many losses.The plot is simply about the angst this couple endures as they struggle to open up to each other The way they dance around their feelings and avoid admitting how much they love each other is at times frustrating, but it builds to a much anticipated and amazing climax The emotional impact is stunning.I love stories like this that depict the contrast of the lead male characters I applaud any story that doesn t shy away from presenting the softer, feminine side of a male protagonist This one especially touched my heart

  5. Krissy Krissy says:

    I really liked this one

  6. Betryal Betryal says:

    Tomo is big and strong, but with such a soft heart which he wears on his sleeve, for Jun and Jun is delicate to an extent Jun is left somewhat broken from a mother that walked out on him while Tomo stands by him day after day after day Their story is what I can only call beautiful and I enjoyed it very much.

  7. Lily Lily says:

    Such a touching story, which to me is all about Tomo s steadiness, pure emotions and finally finding his happiness To be honest, I did not like Jun that much and, while I understood his emotional issues and he did somewhat redeem himself by the end, I just could not help resenting his quite careless attitude towards Tomo and how Jun left him feeling alone for so long view spoiler actually considering to leave their shared flat without saying something to Tomo beforehand hide spoiler Ne Such a touching story, which to me is all about Tomo s steadiness, pure emotions and finally finding his happiness To be honest, I did not like Jun that much and, while I understood his emotional issues and he did somewhat redeem himself by the end, I just could not help resenting his quite careless attitude towards Tomo and how Jun left him feeling alone for so long view spoiler actually considering to leave their shared flat without saying something to Tomo beforehand hide spoiler Nevertheless, the happy ending left me very content

  8. Buffy Kennedy Buffy Kennedy says:

    This is a very sweet and very emotional romance between two friends who always wanted, but never expected .This story is a very emotional one, because Jun 19s had a tough childhood, and he deals with that periodically throughout the book Tomo, his best friend, is the son of the man who took him in and they 19ve always been close, but after the man 19s death, there 19s been tension that neither of them seems to know quite how to alleviate Jun is a 1Chost 1D which is basically a high class m This is a very sweet and very emotional romance between two friends who always wanted, but never expected .This story is a very emotional one, because Jun 19s had a tough childhood, and he deals with that periodically throughout the book Tomo, his best friend, is the son of the man who took him in and they 19ve always been close, but after the man 19s death, there 19s been tension that neither of them seems to know quite how to alleviate Jun is a 1Chost 1D which is basically a high class male prostitute, and when he 19s attacked one night while taking a break, his path in life is thrown into question and he 19s forced to sit down and think through everything, no matter how much it hurts As usual, Tomo helps him through it, and it 19s during this time when emotions are raw and they 19re cooped up together for an extended period of time that they 19re honesty with each other and themselves becomes apparent It 19ll bring about what they both need, but were always too afraid to give voice to.The author does a good job getting the reader emotionally invested and taking us on their journey of healing and reconnecting with each other inways than one Tomo cares for Jun in a lot of ways, and it 19s actually a little confusing at the beginning because it almost seemsof a fatherly love or brotherly love, but as time goes on you can definitely tell the chemistry between the two men If you like gay romance, this is a really touching story to check out

  9. Buffy Kennedy Buffy Kennedy says:

    This story is a very emotional one, because Jun s had a tough childhood, and he deals with that periodically throughout the book Tomo, his best friend, is the son of the man who took him in and they ve always been close, but after the man s death, there s been tension that neither of them seems to know quite how to alleviate Jun is a host which is basically a high class male prostitute, and when he s attacked one night while taking a break, his path in life is thrown into question and he s f This story is a very emotional one, because Jun s had a tough childhood, and he deals with that periodically throughout the book Tomo, his best friend, is the son of the man who took him in and they ve always been close, but after the man s death, there s been tension that neither of them seems to know quite how to alleviate Jun is a host which is basically a high class male prostitute, and when he s attacked one night while taking a break, his path in life is thrown into question and he s forced to sit down and think through everything, no matter how much it hurts As usual, Tomo helps him through it, and it s during this time when emotions are raw and they re cooped up together for an extended period of time that they re honesty with each other and themselves becomes apparent It ll bring about what they both need, but were always too afraid to give voice to.The author does a good job getting the reader emotionally invested and taking us on their journey of healing and reconnecting with each other inways than one Tomo cares for Jun in a lot of ways, and it s actually a little confusing at the beginning because it almost seemsof a fatherly love or brotherly love, but as time goes on you can definitely tell the chemistry between the two men If you like gay romance, this is a really touching story to check out

  10. Babs Babs says:

    First off, this is the first Yaoi I have ever read Jun s mother leaves when he is young He is raised by his best friends, Tomo s, family The two grew up together and Tomo s father adopted Jun They lived in Tokyo When their father passed away the two still lived in the apartment something happens to Jun that changes everything.I was surprised how well the story went and liking the characters The author does a great job with the Japanese culture which I found interesting and the impact a fam First off, this is the first Yaoi I have ever read Jun s mother leaves when he is young He is raised by his best friends, Tomo s, family The two grew up together and Tomo s father adopted Jun They lived in Tokyo When their father passed away the two still lived in the apartment something happens to Jun that changes everything.I was surprised how well the story went and liking the characters The author does a great job with the Japanese culture which I found interesting and the impact a family can have on each other I will be looking forbooks from this author and all the other ones at Ai Press

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10 thoughts on “Soy Sauce Face

  1. Nancy Nancy says:

    Cross posted at Shelf Inflicted and at Outlaw Reviews This is a lovely story about Tomo and Jun, two Japanese men who have been close friends since childhood Abandoned by his mother at a very young age, Jun is raised by Tomo s father and the boys lived together as brothers Jun is now 27, working late hours as a bar host while Tomo has a secure job as a mechanic The two remain very close, but their different schedules prevent them from spending a lot of time together A brutal assault in a dar Cross posted at Shelf Inflicted and at Outlaw Reviews This is a lovely story about Tomo and Jun, two Japanese men who have been close friends since childhood Abandoned by his mother at a very young age, Jun is raised by Tomo s father and the boys lived together as brothers Jun is now 27, working late hours as a bar host while Tomo has a secure job as a mechanic The two remain very close, but their different schedules prevent them from spending a lot of time together A brutal assault in a dark alley leaves Jun hospitalized and worried about his future Told from Tomo s point of view, we get glimpses of his strength, vulnerability, and insecurity Though his body is muscular and calloused from physical labor, he is a gentle soul who is deeply in love with and protective of Jun Jun is Tomo s physical opposite, and thesociable one of the two His unresolved abandonment issues, however, keep his pain and feelings for Tomo from surfacing Eventually, the friendship, love and trust they have for each other enables them to heal their emotional wounds and expose their hearts I really enjoyed this beautiful and moving story and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a thoughtful and touching romance Have some tissues handy Thanks to Vivian from Bookie Nookie s Erotic Lending Group for lending this to me.

  2. Arthur Arthur says:

    4.5 stars Jun s mother left him when he was young Since then, he was raised by the Nakadais, the family of his best friend, Tomo Jun and Tomo grew up together and at one point Tomo s father officially adopted Jun The three of them Tomo s mother already died a while ago lived in an apartment in Tokyo Tomo had a feeling for his adopted brother, but he never told Jun When the father died, Jun started to work as a bar host, which sometimes involved spending the night with clients Jun s decis 4.5 stars Jun s mother left him when he was young Since then, he was raised by the Nakadais, the family of his best friend, Tomo Jun and Tomo grew up together and at one point Tomo s father officially adopted Jun The three of them Tomo s mother already died a while ago lived in an apartment in Tokyo Tomo had a feeling for his adopted brother, but he never told Jun When the father died, Jun started to work as a bar host, which sometimes involved spending the night with clients Jun s decision to work as a host made Tomo sad, but he couldn t do anything since Jun was an adult Even though they still lived together in the the father s apartment, they rarely spent time together Jun had to go at night and slept during the day and Tomo kept himself busy with his job as a mechanic An attack on Jun, however, changed everything Tomo s carefully nursed Jun Only to learn that Jun had signed a lease for another apartment a month ago I liked reading this book The author spent time in describing the impact of their parents actions on their lives The Japanese setting is also nice Tomo is a typical Japanese man who keeps his duty as an older brother Jun still has to deal with the abandonment issue Interestingly, I read this on the same day of reading The Decisions We Make, another story on boys who are raised as brothers but fall for each other Here, however, the MCs are already adults Jun is 27, I think, and Tomo is older so decisions have to made by themselves without the luxury of parental wisdom

  3. Lena Grey Lena Grey says:

    If you find even one true friend in this lifetime, you re very fortunate This is what Tomo s Dad in Soy Sauce Face by Sedonia Guillone often said Tomo wants to be Jun s one true friend, but Jun s insecurities, and his own, prevent this from happening Tomo must realize that if he wants to experience love unconditionally means he must first love and nurture himself Tomo is a very kind and gentle man who worships Jun The only problem with worshiping someone is that the pedestal upon which If you find even one true friend in this lifetime, you re very fortunate This is what Tomo s Dad in Soy Sauce Face by Sedonia Guillone often said Tomo wants to be Jun s one true friend, but Jun s insecurities, and his own, prevent this from happening Tomo must realize that if he wants to experience love unconditionally means he must first love and nurture himself Tomo is a very kind and gentle man who worships Jun The only problem with worshiping someone is that the pedestal upon which you ve placed them can become so high that the object of your affection is unreachable Tomo is bit aware of the sacrifice he s making just to be in Jun s life, i.e., denying himself basic needs, having no life of his own, and putting himself down, just to keep Jun up on the pedestal which Tomo has created in his mind It takes a tragedy to break the cycle which has caused things to become so off balance, regroup, and put things right.Jun broke my heart, with his obvious denial of his feelings about his mother and about Tomo In his mind, it was his fault that his mother left him Jun believes that there is something wrong with him that makes him unworthy of love Before Tomo s father died, Jun was happy, although he never entirely believed that Dad and Tomo loved him but after his death, Jun started running away from himself and Tomo, fast and furiously Unfortunately, when he did, he was running from the very thing that he needed most Jun needs to absolve himself from any guilt connecting him to his mother s desertion Jun needs to recapture the affection and security of the good times he had with the only two people in his life who ever truly loved him Tomo and his father only then will he be able to express his joy.This is an intense, well paced and well written story Although it features some glamorous people and places it s not a fairy tale It s a realistic look at life in the Japanese culture, emphasizing a formal, exotic tone Tomo s narrative draws us deeply into his feelings, making them evenpoignant Regardless of culture differences, many of life s challenges, especially concerning love, are universal For all of us, love doesn t just happen love must be nurtured in order to grow and, as any successful couple knows, the best relationships of all begin with a firm foundation of friendship I recommend this story to anyone who enjoys an extraordinary story of love, loyalty, sacrifice, forgiveness, and redemption and can appreciate the idea that being married to your best friend is one of the greatest gifts in the Universe Thanks, Sedonia, for moving my heart and making me think.NOTE This book was provided by Ai Press for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews

  4. Jeff Erno Jeff Erno says:

    Soy Sauce Face is a very beautiful friends to lovers story that incorporates elements of yaoi but does not fully embrace the Seme uke heteronormative gender roles that are typically depicted The story is told in first person narrative by Tomo, the Seme character He is masculine, rugged, and clearly the top His love interest is Jun, his best friend since childhood Jun is opposite Tomo in almost every way Tomo is a mechanic Jun works as an escort Tomo does not dress fashionably, is rather Soy Sauce Face is a very beautiful friends to lovers story that incorporates elements of yaoi but does not fully embrace the Seme uke heteronormative gender roles that are typically depicted The story is told in first person narrative by Tomo, the Seme character He is masculine, rugged, and clearly the top His love interest is Jun, his best friend since childhood Jun is opposite Tomo in almost every way Tomo is a mechanic Jun works as an escort Tomo does not dress fashionably, is rather reserved socially, and is a manly sort of man Jun is softer,delicate, and very refined He has manicured hands and a wardrobe of the most fashionable clothing He s slender whereas Tomo is broad shouldered and bulkier.This contrast is the ideal set up for a perfect yaoi story But the most wonderful thing about this relationship is the fact that it is Tomo who appears most vulnerable His emotions are laid bare, utterly exposed to the reader, simply because he is the one telling the story Being able to see inside his head gives us a wonderful glimpse of Tomo s self doubt, his dependency, and his intense, all consuming love for this beautiful boy Jun Tomo s devotion and dedication to Jun, to the point of tremendous self sacrifice, is achingly beautiful.It s not that we don t also see Jun s vulnerabilities But we see them through the loving eyes of Tomo It becomes so easy to understand why Tomo places Jun on a pedestal and idealizes him The smaller boy has such inner strength He s weathered so much tragedy in his short life, and the couple have leaned upon each other through many losses.The plot is simply about the angst this couple endures as they struggle to open up to each other The way they dance around their feelings and avoid admitting how much they love each other is at times frustrating, but it builds to a much anticipated and amazing climax The emotional impact is stunning.I love stories like this that depict the contrast of the lead male characters I applaud any story that doesn t shy away from presenting the softer, feminine side of a male protagonist This one especially touched my heart

  5. Krissy Krissy says:

    I really liked this one

  6. Betryal Betryal says:

    Tomo is big and strong, but with such a soft heart which he wears on his sleeve, for Jun and Jun is delicate to an extent Jun is left somewhat broken from a mother that walked out on him while Tomo stands by him day after day after day Their story is what I can only call beautiful and I enjoyed it very much.

  7. Lily Lily says:

    Such a touching story, which to me is all about Tomo s steadiness, pure emotions and finally finding his happiness To be honest, I did not like Jun that much and, while I understood his emotional issues and he did somewhat redeem himself by the end, I just could not help resenting his quite careless attitude towards Tomo and how Jun left him feeling alone for so long view spoiler actually considering to leave their shared flat without saying something to Tomo beforehand hide spoiler Ne Such a touching story, which to me is all about Tomo s steadiness, pure emotions and finally finding his happiness To be honest, I did not like Jun that much and, while I understood his emotional issues and he did somewhat redeem himself by the end, I just could not help resenting his quite careless attitude towards Tomo and how Jun left him feeling alone for so long view spoiler actually considering to leave their shared flat without saying something to Tomo beforehand hide spoiler Nevertheless, the happy ending left me very content

  8. Buffy Kennedy Buffy Kennedy says:

    This is a very sweet and very emotional romance between two friends who always wanted, but never expected .This story is a very emotional one, because Jun 19s had a tough childhood, and he deals with that periodically throughout the book Tomo, his best friend, is the son of the man who took him in and they 19ve always been close, but after the man 19s death, there 19s been tension that neither of them seems to know quite how to alleviate Jun is a 1Chost 1D which is basically a high class m This is a very sweet and very emotional romance between two friends who always wanted, but never expected .This story is a very emotional one, because Jun 19s had a tough childhood, and he deals with that periodically throughout the book Tomo, his best friend, is the son of the man who took him in and they 19ve always been close, but after the man 19s death, there 19s been tension that neither of them seems to know quite how to alleviate Jun is a 1Chost 1D which is basically a high class male prostitute, and when he 19s attacked one night while taking a break, his path in life is thrown into question and he 19s forced to sit down and think through everything, no matter how much it hurts As usual, Tomo helps him through it, and it 19s during this time when emotions are raw and they 19re cooped up together for an extended period of time that they 19re honesty with each other and themselves becomes apparent It 19ll bring about what they both need, but were always too afraid to give voice to.The author does a good job getting the reader emotionally invested and taking us on their journey of healing and reconnecting with each other inways than one Tomo cares for Jun in a lot of ways, and it 19s actually a little confusing at the beginning because it almost seemsof a fatherly love or brotherly love, but as time goes on you can definitely tell the chemistry between the two men If you like gay romance, this is a really touching story to check out

  9. Buffy Kennedy Buffy Kennedy says:

    This story is a very emotional one, because Jun s had a tough childhood, and he deals with that periodically throughout the book Tomo, his best friend, is the son of the man who took him in and they ve always been close, but after the man s death, there s been tension that neither of them seems to know quite how to alleviate Jun is a host which is basically a high class male prostitute, and when he s attacked one night while taking a break, his path in life is thrown into question and he s f This story is a very emotional one, because Jun s had a tough childhood, and he deals with that periodically throughout the book Tomo, his best friend, is the son of the man who took him in and they ve always been close, but after the man s death, there s been tension that neither of them seems to know quite how to alleviate Jun is a host which is basically a high class male prostitute, and when he s attacked one night while taking a break, his path in life is thrown into question and he s forced to sit down and think through everything, no matter how much it hurts As usual, Tomo helps him through it, and it s during this time when emotions are raw and they re cooped up together for an extended period of time that they re honesty with each other and themselves becomes apparent It ll bring about what they both need, but were always too afraid to give voice to.The author does a good job getting the reader emotionally invested and taking us on their journey of healing and reconnecting with each other inways than one Tomo cares for Jun in a lot of ways, and it s actually a little confusing at the beginning because it almost seemsof a fatherly love or brotherly love, but as time goes on you can definitely tell the chemistry between the two men If you like gay romance, this is a really touching story to check out

  10. Babs Babs says:

    First off, this is the first Yaoi I have ever read Jun s mother leaves when he is young He is raised by his best friends, Tomo s, family The two grew up together and Tomo s father adopted Jun They lived in Tokyo When their father passed away the two still lived in the apartment something happens to Jun that changes everything.I was surprised how well the story went and liking the characters The author does a great job with the Japanese culture which I found interesting and the impact a fam First off, this is the first Yaoi I have ever read Jun s mother leaves when he is young He is raised by his best friends, Tomo s, family The two grew up together and Tomo s father adopted Jun They lived in Tokyo When their father passed away the two still lived in the apartment something happens to Jun that changes everything.I was surprised how well the story went and liking the characters The author does a great job with the Japanese culture which I found interesting and the impact a family can have on each other I will be looking forbooks from this author and all the other ones at Ai Press

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